Sandals Royal Barbados Opens New Wedding Venue

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Sandals Royal Barbados has opened a new wedding venue: the Sky Terrace. The new terrace overlooking the Caribbean is available for both weddings and ReTie the Knot ceremonies or cocktail receptions, and it is also available to brides and grooms of the neighboring Sandals Barbados.

The Sky Terrace is a semiprivate venue that allows one function per day with a maximum of 50 total persons. The space is available at 10:00am, 11:00am, 4:00pm, and twilight, Mondays through Saturdays, and 4:00pm on Sundays.

The Sandals Royal Barbados is Sandals Resorts’ second property in Barbados and the newest resort in its portfolio. The all-suite resort is home to the brand’s first rooftop pool and bar, its first four-lane bowling alley, its first gourmet donut shop and two new restaurant concepts: American Tavern, which serves updated regional comfort food from across the United States, and Chi Asian Fusion


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Sandals Royal Barbados also recently announced a new VIP Arrival Service, which offers guests personalized plane-side meet and greets, assistance with the completion of immigration and customs forms, escorts and fast-tracking through immigration and customs, assistance with luggage retrieval, coordination of a Rolls-Royce Ghost transfer and access to an Exclusive Arrival Lounge. The complimentary service is available to guests in select Butler Elite room categories, which include Rolls-Royce Ghost transfers. 

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