We recently arrived home from another wonderful trip to our very favorite Sandals Resort in Jamaica. The All-Inclusive Sandals Grande Riviera.
With 15 different restaurants, and only 5 nights, it was difficult deciding which ones to visit. We stopped almost nightly at Soy Sushi Bar for some great sushi and apps, We dined one evening at Kimonos Japanese Teppanyaki, another at Sabrina's, another at Bayside (yes, I finally tired of lobster and came home 10 lbs heavier) On our last evening there, we tried Valentino's Italian, delicious! The food, breakfast, lunches, drinks, service and staff as always was fantastic.
We stayed at the Butler Village Poolside Villa Suites on the Manor side of the resort, but made many back and forth visits to the Riviera/Beach Club via the shuttle bus. One could never possibly be bored at this resort, as there are so many things to do.
Contact me, and I'd be happy to get prices, remember that it would cost you no more or less to use a travel agent.
During our recent stay in Jamaica, Kelly-Ann Styles the Executive Assistant at Sandals Royal Plantation was kind enough to give us a tour of the award winning resort. It was nothing short of being breathtakingly beautiful.
The Royal Plantation is small, quiet and very intimate All-Inclusive resort. All rooms include a Butler as well as 24 hour room service. Each room has a wonderful view of the turquoise crystal clear water of the Caribbean. When Kelly-Ann opened the French doors of the Great House Oceanfront Suite, the view and the sound of the waves crashing actually gave me goose bumps.
For those that opt to stay at the Royal Plantation, you'd also have full exchange service next door at Sandal's Grande Riviera.