The Sandals brand is doing it again. After a very successful opening of their newly appointed overwater bungalows at their Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica, Sandals is now almost ready to open up their Sandals Grande St. Lucian Resort overwater bungalows. At the moment, the rooms are available for booking, though guests won't be able to stay in one until mid May. This news comes shortly after Sandals Resort International announced that they are in the planning and construction stages of their Sandals South Coast Jamaica overwater bungalows.

Each of the 9 overwater Honeymoon Butler Bungalows feature an entertainment system, a large 4-poster king size bed, Wi-Fi and the combination of both a butler service and 24 hour room service. In addition, guests will also find the necessities such as air conditioning, a coffee and tea maker, an iron and ironing board alongside various luxury items that include slippers, his and her robes, a Red Lane Spa amenity kit, a make up mirror and a pillow menu. But it doesn't just stop there. Proving their commitment to providing the best of the best, Sandals also offers a living room, a tranquility soaking tub, a refrigerator outfitted with water, juice and various sodas, a private outdoor shower, a bar filled with premium liquor and a glass floor cutout that provides a view of the underwater world without having to get wet.

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Booking is now available for arrival dates starting May 15, 2017

The announcement of these overwater bungalows first came in 2012, but construction on those never began. Suddenly in early 2017 Sandals announced that the overwater bungalows are being built and that bookings are accepted for dates starting May 15, 2017. Room rates start at US$2,239 per night for two people, all-inclusive.


Currently, Sandals Grande St. Lucian Resort offers a large assortment of land based rooms for guests to choose from, along with various dining options, activities, amenities and nearby explorations. In addition, the resort plays hosts to a luxury spa that offers treatments catered to both women and men. Due to their location on the Gros Islet, each and every room offers views of the volcanic mountains surrounding the area.


Some of the activities included in your stay are snorkeling, scuba diving, knee boarding, table tennis, windsurfing and more. On-site, guests will also find a fitness center with various fitness activities, a boutique to shop at for goodies to take back to friends and family members, nightly entertainment and private cabanas.


Dining options are nearly endless with 12 different restaurants to choose from alongside a few different bars, one of which is pool side. The restaurants themselves cater to those who enjoy a wide arrangement of choices by offering a different cuisine at each one. If you prefer Italian one night, you’ll want to head over to Dinos Pizzeria Italiana restaurant. If the next night you’d prefer seafood, then The Mariner Seaside Bar and Grill or The Jerk Shack will serve as great options.


Those traveling to the Caribbean in search of a romantic destination vacation will find plenty of romance on-site with private cabanas to enjoy, luxury amenities in each and every room, couples treatments at the resort’s spa, sunsets cruises and of course, the resort’s newly built over the water wedding chapel.

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  1. Looking at Bora Bora.
    Looking to escape an Iowa winter in 2022. Like Intercontinental, so far.
    Any suggestions?

    1. Amy,

      Literally all of the Bora Bora resorts are fantastic. My advice is to choose the best one that you can afford, or the one that seems to be offering the best deals at the time you are ready to book. The InterContinental chain is top notch. I can’t afford the Four Seasons either. -Roger