Sandals Emerald Bay Officially Open

After months of anticipation, Sandals Emerald Bay, Great Exuma, The Bahamas officially opens its doors Thursday, welcoming guests to another new and exciting luxury included vacation destination.

Following a soft-opening on January 22, the resort additionally hosted more than 30 top tour operators and travel agents for a first-hand look at the newest property in the Sandals Resorts portfolio.

“This is an exciting moment in the history of Sandals Resorts,” said Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart, chairman and founder of Sandals Resorts, in a written statement. “For years we have been committed to providing the very best Luxury Included experience in the Caribbean, and the grand opening of our latest resort only further proves our dedication to exceeding our guests’ expectations.”

Acquired in August, Sandals Emerald Bay, Great Exuma, Bahamas is a former Four Seasons, and now the 14th Sandals Resort in the Caribbean.

Expanding on the company’s luxury included concept, Sandals Emerald Bay is the first Sandals Resort to offer a Greg Norman-designed golf course, world-class marina and professionally-trained butlers in all 183 beachfront rooms and suites.

Additionally, the new Sandals Emerald Bay, set on one of the Bahamas’ most beautiful out islands, offers gourmet dining in a choice of five à la carte restaurants, premium brand wine and spirits, land and water sports including six Har-tru tennis courts all lit for night play, airport transfers and gratuities.

An exclusive 16,000 square-foot Red Lane Spa is also available to guests, featuring 17 treatment rooms.



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