If you think I’m talking about a walk on the beach, you’re only half right. Sandals is the premier couples only all-inclusive vacations that set the gold standard for vacations and Beaches is their family version. When people hear all-inclusive, almost everyone thinks of a bad vacation they had and they immediately want to steer clear of making the same mistake again. However, there is no mistake to be made when choosing either Sandals or Beaches. This privately owned company has a CEO who not only created Sandals from the ground up, but stays actively involved in every aspect and even reviews the literature page by page before it goes out. Sandals has 13 resorts: 7 in Jamaica, 3 in St. Lucia, 2 in the Bahamas, and one in Antigua. With amazing waterfront views that many other resorts can’t achieve with newer building laws that prevent building on the waterfront, Sandals offers waterfront, beachfront, and oceanfront views compared to ocean view, which could mean your resort is a few blocks or miles from the water. Additional benefits include exchange privileges with other Sandals resorts, which will increase your dining and entertainment options exponentially, Red Lane Spa, and golf! Beaches has resorts in the Turks & Caicos (1 resort) and Jamaica (3 resorts) with water parks, children’s and teen programs, all of which are included.
RoxAnne from RoxAnne’s Travel recently wrote a post about Sandals on her blog that you should read. If you are thinking about a luxury-included vacation that includes transfers to and from the airport, scuba diving, golf, snorkeling, gratuities, and more, make your next vacation one at Sandals or Beaches. With Weddings by Martha Stewart at Sandals and Sesame Street at Beaches, can you think of a better vacation? It’s time to plan your next getaway so why not consider a luxury all-inclusive vacation at Sandals Grande St. Lucian, Sandals Negril or Beaches Negril?