Staying at an all-inclusive resort in Jamaica is probably on many travelers’ —and The Office fans’— bucket list, and one of the most famous hospitality companies in this beautiful Caribbean country just announced the opening of a brand new resort.
The Jamaican operator Sandals Resorts just opened the doors of its new all-inclusive resort Sandals Dunn’s River in the beautiful coastal town of Ocho Ríos in northern Jamaica.
The new Sandals Dunn’s River will be located in a strategic location, right on a white sand beach, where Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart, the company’s founder, built the first resort.
The hotel has been transformed into a modern and impressive building where travelers can now stay and enjoy and admire the spectacular property.
Guests will be able to choose from 260 luxury rooms with elevated designs and take advantage of new culinary experiences in the fresh and modern establishment.
Despite recent travel and security alerts, Jamaica remains a top destination for American travelers as most visitors stay in resorts with private beaches and remain in safe areas.
Those looking for a new promising experience on the Caribbean island should learn more about this new all-inclusive that will allow travelers to relax and enjoy paradise.
The New Sandals Dunn’s River
Sandals Resorts announced last year the construction of the new hotel and revealed a few of the most impressive perks of this new all-inclusive resort.
Now that the hotel is officially open, travelers can see all the details on the official website and take a look at the images and all the information.
The resort has been carefully designed to evoke the Caribbean and its natural beauty. These are the main amenities and services:
- 260 suites and rooms, including the new Tufa Terrace SkyPool Butler Suites —an innovative design with infinity pools facing the Caribbean— and amazing swim-up suites.
- 12 restaurants including a new culinary concept, BLŪM, a coffee shop inspired by local nature and traditions, and delicious gourmet restaurants like Edessa serving Mediterranean food.
- 9 bars, including a swim-up bar.
- A fitness center.
- 5 pools.
- 2 river pools.
- Personal butler service for top-tier rooms.
The all-inclusive experience guarantees guests unlimited fine dining, all meals and snacks, unlimited liquor and wines, airport transfers, wifi —in rooms and common areas—, unlimited land sports, day and night entertainment, and even a free wedding for those staying for more than three nights.
Those looking for a relaxing and beautiful stay will have all the best amenities, rooms, and experiences at this new resort. Room prices start from $389 per person and per night.
Getting To Jamaica And Ocho Ríos
Jamaica remains popular among U.S. citizens as there are many flights available and for very low prices. Low-cost airlines like Frontier, Spirit, and Southwest offer seats starting at just $99 from top cities in the United States.
Flights usually take just a few hours —no exhausting long-haul flights— and travelers arrive at beautiful destinations with great weather and stunning beaches.
Most flights arrive at Montego Bay, at Sangster International Airport (MBJ), and from there, travelers can take a bus, or shuttle, or drive 1 hour and 20 minutes to Ocho Ríos.
What Makes Ocho Ríos A Special Destination
Ocho Rios is home to part of Jamaica’s most impressive attractions. This destination offers visitors impressive beaches with turquoise waters and white sand and famous beaches like James Bond Beach— Featured in the film “Dr. No.”
From here, adventure travelers who want to make the most out of this destination and take tours can also visit the magnificent Dunn’s River Falls, one of Jamaica’s top attractions—, visit the Mystic Mountain or Konoko Falls and Park.
For those who want to explore and leave the resort for a few hours, there are plenty of interesting attractions, and those who want to relax and do nothing can also have a great time in Ocho Rios.
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