Sandals Resorts' Over-the-Water Suites Open for Bookings

Sandals Resorts recently announced that the much-anticipated Over-the-Water Suites at Sandals Royal Caribbean in Montego Bay, Jamaica are now open for bookings for arrivals beginning November 15.

These over-the-water suites, starting at $4,321 per night, convey an intimate connection to the Caribbean Sea and include floating water hammocks and glass floors.

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Couples can admire the majestic beauty of the ocean from their private infinity pool or either of their two outdoor showers. They won’t even have to step outside to appreciate the Caribbean's waters.

Every suite aims to capture the height of luxury with stylish king-size beds made from teak adorned with soft Egyptian linens and pillows for a peaceful sleep experience. 

Each villa will receive their own personal butler, trained in accordance to the exacting standards of the Guild of Professional Butlers, who provide butlers to nobility and celebrities.

Visit www.sandals.com/main/royal/rj-over-the-water-suites.

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