The 3 Sandals Resorts to visit in 2020

It’s that time of year again. It’s cold, it’s rainy, and the perfect time to start planning your next holiday. Sandals resorts offer the perfect luxury getaway for couples, and they’ve got amazing deals in their Big Sale. You could save up to 45% on bookings made before the 4th February, plus up to an extra £600 off.

You’ll indulge in unparalleled quality and discover why they’ve been voted the “World’s Leading All-Inclusive Resorts” for 24 years in a row. If you need any help deciding, here are our top three Sandal’s resorts to tick off the list.

Sandals Grande Antigua Resort & Spa, St. John’s, Antigua

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If it’s unparalleled romance you’re looking for in a holiday resort, you should consider the Sandals Grande Antigua Resort & Spa. It’s voted the “Caribbean’s Most Romantic Resort” year after year, and it’s not difficult to see why. You’ll find Antigua’s most famous beach, Dickenson Bay, and expansive manicured gardens to explore. Pristine cottages and suites come as standard, and this resort is also home to the Eastern Caribbean’s largest zero-entry pool.

Sandals Ochi Beach Resort Ocho Rios, Jamaica

This resort is all about the sea, from beachside bars to bluff side terraces overlooking the pristine beach. With all the savoir-faire of the French Riviera and with the laid-back rhythms of Jamaica, you’ll enjoy 11 fabulous bars and lounges, including the Caribbean’s first speakeasy. Dine at one of 16 restaurants renowned for their gourmet cuisine. Or enjoy multiple rounds of golf at the 18-hole Sandals Golf & Country Club.

Sandals Halcyon Beach Castries, Saint Lucia

An image that shows the Halcyon Beach Castries resort, Saint Lucia.

Of all the Sandals Resorts, Halcyon Beach Saint Lucia best defines the Caribbean. You’ll discover a laid-back retreat tucked into a gorgeous palette of ever-blooming gardens along a tranquil turquoise sea. Otherwise known as pure bliss.

Take a stroll among birds of paradise under canopies of shaded trees or a lazy swim in one of two pools. Alternatively, there are seven bars and six restaurants to choose from, including Saint Lucia’s most legendary dining experience; Kelly’s Dockside Over-the-Water Restaurant, which dramatically extends 150 feet out over the water. Enjoy multiple rounds of golf with complimentary green fees at nearby Sandals St. Lucia Golf & Country Club at Cap Estate and an executive course at Sandals Regency La Toc.

If you have visited a Sandals resort, let us know which is your favourite in the comments!

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Katie McKenzie

Katie is one of our blog contributors who can be found relaxing in a nice hotel room.