Sandals Announces Emerald Bay Expansion

Sandals Emerald Bay, Great Exuma, Bahamas marks its 1st Anniversary this month with the completion of a million-dollar renovation project to its Greg Norman-designed golf course; upgrades to the resort’s gourmet dining options; and the addition of 66 luxurious rooms set to debut on April 15.

On April 15, Sandals Emerald Bay will debut the first round of four new suite categories, which, along with additional rooms in multiple other categories, will make for a total of 249 rooms throughout the property by the end of May.
Located in the Seaside Village, the new suites will include: Colossal Penthouse Constellation Suite, a spacious suite with sweeping views overlooking the beach; Colossal Beachfront Walkout Constellation Suite, featuring a separate living area and direct access to the beach via the private outdoor patio; Coco Plum Penthouse Grande Luxe Beachfront Suite, another spacious suite with a four-poster bed, modern décor with silver and blue accents and impressive views and Coco Plum Grande Luxe Beachfront Walkout Suite, a grand room with mahogany furnishings and large patio complete with beach access. All 18 new suites are available for bookings immediately and will also feature butler service.

Timed with the 500-acre property’s first anniversary, Sandals Emerald Bay is also unveiling a large-scale renovation project to Sandals Emerald Reef Golf Club. The Greg Norman-designed Sandals Emerald Reef Golf Club is an 18-hole, 7,000-yard, par-72 championship course replete with ocean side holes and environmentally-friendly facets. Renovations include new maintenance equipment and irrigation system; as well as a golf lounge, coined the Shark Shack in honor of Norman, with new soft furnishings, interior seating area complete with a poker table, a sandwich and coffee station and an outdoor deck featuring a barbeque pit.

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