The Cool Pool of the Week: Sandals Emerald Bay

Millennials looking to escape the crowds in Paradise Island, The Bahamas should head to the swanky, all-inclusive Sandals Emerald Bay, in the destination’s Out Islands for a relaxing dip with some of the Caribbean's most beautiful views.

There is actually a choice of three pools at Sandals Emerald Bay. Encompassing over an acre, one pool will entice guests with a whirlpool, swim-up pool bar, a unique fire pit feature and complimentary poolside cabanas. Straw-roofed Balinese gazebos each containing two comfortable beds are dotted around the  gardens, on the beach and around the pool. Clients can spend the day in the shade and be pampered by a Cabana Butler, who'll deliver cold towels, suntan oils, a morning fruit platter and continental breakfast, lunch and fresh drinks.

Signature cocktails here include the Caribbean Muse, which is made with Appleton Genesis white rum, vodka cantaloupe juice, creme de banana and simple syrup.


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There is also a “Quiet Pool” for total noise free relaxation. Sandals Emerald Bay also offers one of the Caribbean’s largest zero entry pools.

Agents should note that all of Sandals Resorts’ all-inclusive vacations include unlimited scuba diving, land and water sports and fitness classes.

Sandals Emerald Bay will offers Millennials eight, five-star gourmet dining restaurants, 16 relaxing treatment rooms at the Red Lane Spa, and a total of 249 rooms and suites sitting on 500 acres.

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