Sandals Emerald Bay recently announced it opened three new restaurants, bringing the total number of dining options at the resort in the Bahamas to 11.
The new restaurants include Bombay Club, the brand’s latest Indian restaurant concept offering a colorful setting inspired by India’s "Festival of Colors;" Kimonos, a lively Japanese restaurant where the chefs cook right in front of guests and Soy, a sushi bar restaurant amid the ambiance of cherry blossoms and a Japanese night sky.
According to Sandals Resorts CEO Adam Stewart, the company is reviewing restaurant concepts at all Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts.
“We’re excited to bring more '5-Star Global Gourmet' dining options to our guests in The Bahamas and are actively reviewing choices at all our resorts," Stewart said in a written release. "We want to present our guests with a choice of dining opportunities that not only exceed their expectations in terms of quality, but that are distinct, authentic and engaging."
Sandals’ Over-the-Water Bungalows in St. Lucia Open for Reservations
Sandals Resorts International also recently announced nine new Over-the Water Honeymoon Butler Bungalows at Sandals Grande St. Lucian, which are available to book now for travel beginning in May.
These new over-the-water bungalows in St. Lucia offer glass floor panels, a private outdoor “Tranquility Soaking Tub” for two, a king-size bed and over-water hammocks.
The bathrooms are equipped with his and hers sinks, a large backlit mirror adorned with mosaic tile, and a walk-in rain shower.
Outside, the private patio is also equipped with an extended sun deck, outdoor shower, sun loungers, and a bistro set for two. "Butler Elite" service, which handles every detail of the guest’s vacation with unobtrusive grace, and 24-hour room service are included.