Sandals Resorts in Jamaica to Be Featured on Last Two Episodes of The Bachelor

The Bachelor, Ben Higgins, at Sandals Resorts in Jamaica.

Sandals Resorts will set the stage for romance in Jamaica during an upcoming episode of ABC's reality series The Bachelor, which is in its 20th season. 

The episode will feature three resorts in Jamaica owned by Sandals Resorts International - Sandals Ochi Beach Resort, Sandals Royal Plantation and Rio Chico by Sandals Resorts – as the backdrops for the Bachelor, Ben Higgins, and his final three ladies as their journey comes to an end. 

The first of two episodes will air Monday, February 29, with the second episode to air Monday, March 14. Both episodes start at 8 p.m. EST.


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The resorts featured in the episodes include:

Sandals Ochi Beach Resort

Following a recent multi-million dollar renovation project, Sandals Ochi Beach Resort features a fresh, modern design aesthetic along with seven new Gourmet Discovery Dining options for a total of 16 restaurants, a fresh Ochi Beach Club, reinvented resort entertainment, upgraded accommodations and more. Encompassing more than 100 acres of landscape, the resort also features the Caribbean's first and only speakeasy. 

Sandals Royal Plantation

Sandals Royal Plantation is an intimate all-butler resort of just 74 ocean view suites. This enclave of retro-chic sophistication showcases roaming peacocks and manicured lawn and has long been a favorite hideaway for the international jet set and literary elite, with the likes of Ian Fleming and Noel Coward staying here back in their day. 

Rio Chico by Sandals Resorts

A 14-acre villa located just outside of Ocho Rios, Rio Chico by Sandals Resorts is a six-bedroom private property that combines beachfront luxury with gardens reminiscent of a formal estate.


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