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Sandals Resorts has unveiled "next generation" expansions to its flagship family resort, Beaches Negril in Jamaica, and Sandals Halcyon Beach in Castries, St. Lucia.
Beaches Negril will add a total of 12 expansive new butler suites, bringing its room count to 197, while Sandals Halcyon Beach is adding 25 butler accommodations, bringing its total to 194. The new additions at both resorts are available for reservations now for travel beginning April 6, 2023.
At Beaches Negril, the new additions consist of six all-new Firesky Reserve Villas - beachfront on the northern end of the resort and inspired by the destination's technicolor sunsets. Each spans three stories and offers four bedrooms spread over 3,700 square feet.
Perfect for large families, the villas can accommodate up to 10 guests and feature stylish kitchens, private oceanfront plunge pools and rooftop decks with dining terraces looking out at the Caribbean Sea.
On the opposite end of the resort's coastline and comprising six suites, the Eventide Penthouse Collection ranges from three to four bedrooms each and accommodating up to 18 with access to a rooftop terrace. Spacious kitchens and thoughtfully designed living areas indoors give way to expansive balconies, walkout terraces and the horizon beyond.
At Sandals Halcyon, the expansion includes 20 Joli Beachfront Suites built on the edge of the shore, offering a combination of suites with walkout beach access and private pools, as well as second-story accommodations with balconies featuring Tranquility Soaking Tubs.
Just steps from the sea, five new Koko Rondoval Villas will feature rounded walls and thatched roofs, with windows that span nearly the entire wall. They will look out onto a private patio complete with plunge pool. Guests will have access to six gourmet restaurants at Sandals Halcyonas an additional 21 eateries at the two nearby award-winning Sandals Resorts in St. Lucia.
"Our guest experience drives everything we do and these new suites are emblematic of our unrelenting move across the brands as we challenge ourselves to reimagine every facet of the business," said Adam Stewart, Executive Chairman of Sandals Resorts International.
"We wanted to go beyond traditional luxury and these new suites are stunners; it's about design and amenities that make connecting with each other more comfortable and more fulfilling."
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