Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Island

West Bay Street, PO Box 39-CB-13005, , New Providence Island, 20317, Caribbean
(5 star hotel)
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Great Honeymoon

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 23, 2010

We spent our honeymoon here in August 2006. This is an adult, couples-only, all-inclusive resort, and the guests were almost exclusively couples on their honeymoon or celebrating an anniversary. As explained in our orientation, Sandals has a sister chain of resorts, Beaches, for those couples once they start families.

Pictures at: http://www.traveltheories.com/

A great bonus to booking with Sandals is a free transfer to the airport, and the resort has plenty of shuttles, so there is little or no wait to leave the airport. Upon arrival at the resort, we were greeted with champagne, a little gift bag of shampoo and lotion, and a schedule of available activities for the week. Tips are included, and the staff is not allowed to accept them, so you can just put your wallet in the safe and forget about it all week. We stayed in a Royal Village Luxury room with a garden view. It was not one of the more expensive rooms, but it was nice to walk out into lush gardens, and we were only a minute’s walk away from the breakfast buffet.

The food was absolutely delicious. I highly recommend the duck at the Baccarat and the entertainment at Kimonos. Dinner is formal at most of the restaurants, with the women usually wearing dresses and the men wearing business casual (a little dressier than the khakis and polo shirt you can get away with at other resorts). At least one restaurant is open at all times, with Cricketers Pub being the late night option.

For the most part, we relaxed in the pools and had drinks at the swim up bars. However, there were a number of activities available and for the most part no pressure from the staff to take part. We played beach volleyball, went to a comedy show, and took advantage of the free tour to the Bacardi plant. The tour was a only a short bus ride away, consisted of about 15 minutes of actual explanation of the rum-making process, and ended with all the free samples you could want, including a delicious banana rum in a frozen strawberry drink.

Overall, we had a wonderful time at Sandals and enjoyed just the right amount of sun, pools, activities, and food. I cannot wait until my next Sandals experience.

Summary

Favorite things about this resort: romantic atmosphere, great food, Bacardi tour.

Least favorite things: getting called up on stage during the comedy show.

Recommendations: Check the forecast carefully before scheduling. We got great prices by going during hurricane season, but Sandals no longer offers the guarantee of a new vacation if a hurricane hits as it did when we were there. Fortunately, we only ran into a few hours of rain that happened to coincide with the first Saturday of the football season, so we were able to watch our game and then get back outside.

If possible, avoid scheduling your flight with US Airways. It felt like a second class flight the entire time, and there is nothing quite like watching your belongings spill out all over the baggage claim carousel because the baggage handlers decided to tear apart your bags (yes, those are footprints on the bags in the pictures).

Pictures at: http://www.traveltheories.com/

Unique Quality: It's simply a beautiful place, food, people, everything was wonderful.

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Outer Island Paradise

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 19, 2010

Arrived at Nassau airport , quickly went through customs, collected our luggage, and found Sandals counter. Surprised to find that they just tagged your luggage and you had to take the luggage to the end of the terminal to get on board a van. No beverage when arriving, no separate lounge to wait for a ride, but drive and driver was pleasant. Arrived at Royal Bahamian (RB) and were greeted by the staff with a cold, moist towel. Left luggage and were escorted to a waiting area where we received champagne and finished any paperwork.
We had to wait for our room, but we were hungry anyway, so we were escorted to the Spices restaurant for a buffet lunch; first left our hand-luggage in a locker. Fresh vegetables, cold-cuts, sandwich materials, fresh fruit, beverages, breads, salads, desserts, hot items, etc.
We found we were upgraded from a Honeymoon Royal Village Deluxe to a Honeymoon Ocean View Concierge Room on the second floor (#204) of the Manor building. We entered the room through a short hallway and immediately saw the four-poster king-sized bed. Next our greeter advised that the liquor, and any items in the small refrigerator were part of the room and no extra charge. We also had an official invitation to the Gala Dinner held on every Thursday. The balcony offered a glimpse of the shimmering ocean in the distance, otherwise we had a good view of the pool area. One nice touch – a bar rack to hang swimsuits and towels on so that they dried in the sun.
We quickly unpacked and took a stroll around the grounds. We decided to just sit on the beach under one of the umbrellas and enjoy the wind and sights. We found that the small birds would march right past where you were sitting and they were quite the entertainment – after all you are there to relax! Love was in the air for some of the larger birds as we watched one particularly puffed-up lover at work courting his chosen mate. At supper, we did go to the Tex-Mex buffet, food was plentiful and okay, but – sorry RB– you just don’t know Tex-Mex. After more ocean-gazing and relaxing, we retired for the night to a very comfortable bed.
Monday – Out to the island for the day and as we waited for the ferry we noticed a manta ray gracefully swimming around in the clear, calm waters near the pier. The ride out to the island was quick and as we neared the drop-off area we were also advised that they had bug spray for those who needed it. If you are the type of person who, when insects see you they think lunch, use the bug spray. The island, on the wild side, was wonderful. We walked along the beach, collected shells, lay in the shade watching the sea going vessels on the horizon steaming to and fro. Watched the birds dive-bomb feeder fish on the reef. It was finally time for lunch at the Café Goombay. It was excellent. Conch chowder (nice and light with a touch of spicy heat), fish and chips – well prepared and moist, and seafood roll was excellent. The cookies were fresh and delicious. The servers were friendly and very helpful. We wandered around the rest of the island while we waited for the ferry to return to the main island. The Zen garden in the spa was very peaceful and we hung out there for a while.
Once back on the main island, we retired to our room to get ready for the Manager’s Welcome party. It was a nice gathering with good hors d'œuvre, drinks and a chance to meet the staff. Then, off to the island for the Junkanoo party. Nothing says getting in the mood like being met on the pier with a cooling beverage and a smile. The food was good, other than some of the offered meats were a little tough. But everything else was plentiful and you did not leave hungry unless you wanted to. Entertainment – the first person up was a very limber, very strong “Limbo” man. He took first one person, then two people, then progressively larger men in his arms and under the limbo pole, all the time with the area below him on fire. He was excellent. Then, ladies, it was the turn of the mysterious dancer in mask and robe. He was sensual, and very good at his dancing and… well you’ll just have to go and see for yourself. Next came the lady who played with fire, she got the guys into the act with her sensual dance moves and beat. Next was the anticipated Junkanoo parade. The costumes were very colorful and elaborate the music lively and the parade participants encouraged all to join in the parade. There are a lot of activities at night that all can participate in after the parade and party as well: The Best Man Contest, movies, piano bar sing-along, etc.
Tuesday – had breakfast at Spices (where we had breakfast every morning during our stay). Next, out to the entrance to catch a ride on one of the many buses. We were dropped off not far from the straw market and what a straw market! Yes, it is crowded, loud and the people were mostly selling the same items, but they were friendly. You had to look at things quickly and keep going if you weren’t interested in buying. A pleasant “No Thanks” sufficed to show a lack of interest. The goods for sale are piled sky high and it will get stuffy in there. Take water or another beverage with you so make sure you stay hydrated.
We finished at the market and then wandered through the other little side streets just looking around. There are a lot of little shops and boutiques that are open and may catch your eye. It was time for lunch. If you ever get a chance to go to Senior Frogs, GO! It is a blast. If all you want to do is perch at the bar, you can go straight through to the back of the establishment. We wanted lunch and had to wait for a few minutes, but the hostess kept it lively by dancing to the music pulsing from the restaurant. We took a tour of the place until the buzzer alerted us that our table was ready. We got the nachos to share, and it was huge. Beer was cold, the entertainment was non-stop with the servers dancing to the music. You must go if you are in Nassau! Finally, it was time to get back to the RB to decide what to do for supper. Back on the bus!
Supper was a casual affair since we didn’t want to get dressed up and we decided to go to the Cricketer’s Pub. After hearing how tasty the fish and chips were, I decided to try that offering. The Chef must have been having an off night as the breading or covering of the fish wasn’t really cooked thoroughly, and the chips weren’t something to rave about either. The server was very friendly though, showed us magic tricks, and kept us entertained. For entertainment at the resort, there was standup comedy at the MAX Theater, a one-man band in the Spices Terrace, and so much more.
Wednesday – Lunch & Tour – we opted for the Combination Tour – we saw the Ardastra gardens and zoo, drove around Nassau and Paradise Island, and did enjoy a Bahamian lunch – all because of Anthony our tour guide. The stop at the gardens/zoo really was not long enough to see everything but we did see the marching flamingos, the peacock hen with chicks in tow and other brilliant birds and exotic animals. The tour of Paradise Island was a drive through the lush grounds in and around the Atlantis resort (where we stopped briefly to admire the statues over the entrance), and we visited a wonderful garden on the island as well that had statues and wildlife galore – including one really tough, rough looking black bird that kept posing for pictures. The real Bahamian lunch was excellent – fried fish, rice, beans – all the flavors of the island. Good food, good conversation – it was relaxed as well.
It was raining by the time we got back to our room, but we found 2 large umbrellas in one of the closets. Supper that night was at Casanovas. No reservation, we just got there early and were the 2nd or 3rd in line for a table, beautiful building and wonderful ambience, very nice feeling to the whole experience. The salad/appetizer bar had pizza, antipasto, breads, just so much to choose from you could make your whole meal from that area. I had eggplant parmesan – and it was the perfect size, not too big or too small, and good. The chicken parmesan was a little crispy around the edges but otherwise fine. We split one order of cannoli and that finished the meal off perfectly! It was still misting on our way back to our room, but that big umbrella worked perfectly!
Thursday – Then we headed back over to the island for our final sun and sea day. Time passed by leisurely and when we finally decided it was time to eat – there was the Café Goombay (great staff always smiling and wanting to make sure everything was just so!). Lunch was as delicious as ever and afterwards we again headed to the Zen garden for some final relaxation in the over-sized lounge chairs there. I found a shell lying on the walking path and not wanting to crush it, picked it up (ok I admit it, I wanted to take that perfect shell home). Out popped a slender claw and then another – finally the tiny soldier crab made an appearance. Neat little critters – we put him under a bush for protection. Shell collecting proceeded and then it was time to head back to the main island to get ready for the gala supper that returning guests were invited to attend.
But the best was the dinner that night for the returning Sandals guests! The dress standard for the party was casual elegant – most everyone made the attempt to get cleaned up and put on their glad rags for this lively, exciting event. The ballroom dressed in a party atmosphere with balloons, streamers, etc. Every table had one or two of the resorts managers in attendance. Menu – crab cakes, red wine poached apple salad with blue cheese and walnuts, hand-carved beef tenderloin and Caribbean lobster tail, potato and market vegetables with a chocolate truffle cake to finish.
Friday was our last day – rats! All too soon it was time to check out. We left luggage in the room as instructed, and went to the reception area to the settle our bill. Oh, the pain, we had to leave and end our stay in paradise – what a bummer.

Unique Quality: The pools were very clean, the swim up pool inviting. The beautiful flowers accented the landscape greatly, even allowing us to see some of the birds of the area up close. The out island was one of the best features - truly relaxing.

Directions: Take the shuttle bus provided at the airport to get to the location.

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Luxury NOT Included

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 17, 2010

Take my advice GO SOMEWHERE ELSE. We had 24 seperate problems at this resort, from mouse poop on our room service trays to the TERRIBLE food. The service was bad but the food was worse. We live in New Orleans and eat fine dining on a regular basis. The food they were parading around at this resort was not fine dining. There were desserts that I had to spit out because they were actually inedible. We ended up eating pizzas from the pizzaria for every meal for the last 3 days of our trip because it was the only thing we found to be edible.

We had the butler service. Total waste of money.
Room service was always cold and never good.
Casual elegance? There were more airbrushed wifebeaters than spring break at Daytona Beach and apparently tatoos are a required attire for both men and women.

The biggest problem at this resort was that when there was a problem, NO ONE would do anything to fix it - or to even be apologetic. We found that to be true post-trip when dealing with customer service as well.

It was so bad, we turned down the 2 day vouchers they offered us because you couldn't pay me enough money to return to a Sandals resort.

There's so much more I could say, but take my advice, if you have ever had fine dining or you have any experience traveling in even remotely luxurious conditions, you will not be impressed.

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What a great trip

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 11, 2010

From the time we arrived at the airport, to being dropped off there when leaving, Sandals made this a most memorable trip. My wife & I have vacationed at many islands & found this experience incredible.

I had read several reviews on Trip Advisor before we left & made note of several of the potential problems. We encountered none of them. The personnel were all very nice to speak with & the service was outstanding. I can't understand where some of these reviews come from.

We did upgrade to a suite with butler service, which turned out to be a great extra, but most everyone we met outside of our room were very helpful & pleasant. If you ever want to pamper the wife, consider the butler upgrade. Chauncey did a fantastic job with the turndown service. (Rose petals some nights, animals from towels, candles throughout the rooms & chilled champagne at the foot of the bed.) Wow.

We were very pleased with all the restaurants, especially Gordon’s. Eating out, under the stars was a great experience & the food was excellent. Everyone there seemed especially tentative. (Thanks Oswald, Michael, Brian & Chef George)

We also took advantage of the water activates: Snorkel trip, Scuba diving, Hoby-Cat & kayaking. Again, everyone we dealt with was wonderful. (I had not dove in 2 years & they gave me a free refresher course in their dive pool.)

My wife also made use of the Spa & loved the massage she received there.

We had been to the Sandals in St. Lucia, which was a great trip, but the people here made this trip outstanding. We will be back.

Unique Quality: Personnel were very nice & accommodating.

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Fantastic Second Honeymoon

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 30, 2009

My husband and I just got back from 8 days at this resort where we celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary. It was our first experience with Sandals or any all-inclusive resort, and I can promise you, we will be back! The resort was beautifully appointed, safe, spacious and amazing clean. There were 9 different restaurants to choose from – definitely make reservations for the Crystal Room and Baccarat when you arrive – and the food was amazing! The alcohol was free flowing, and despite other reviews I’ve read, my husband and I (admittedly not heavy drinkers) felt the pouring was quite generous. The staff was engaging and genuinely dedicated to making sure we were having a good time with even the landscaping crew stopping to participate in a pool basketball shoot-out. The playmakers (think cruise directors for those who are new to Sandals) were a riot and we especially loved Iliya, Fabia, Nevada, Keith, Samantha, and Theo. Chefs “Tiny” and “Charlie” (short for Charlotte, if I remember correctly) in Kimonos were entertaining as well as great chefs! Fo lunch, we definitely recommend the pizza by the Manor Pool - delicious! Goes great with beach volleyball, which was scheduled twice a day, but we were able to also play pick-up games for several hours a day. The playmakers jump right in and play with you. I was worried that there would not be enough places to be alone outside our suite, but I shouldn’t have been; it was the perfect mix of group activities (beach volleyball, bocce and poolside trivia amongst our favorites) when we wanted to be social and private places when we wanted it to be just the two of us. Our room even had wireless internet so we could webcam with our kids at home each night. The snorkeling was not as nice as where we’ve been before (St. Johns) – the colors of the coral not as vibrant, smaller fish – but still enjoyable. Loved being able to take out a small catamaran and sail to the private island. A few hints for future guests: bring plenty of sunscreen ($17/bottle in the gift shop!) or walk across the street from the resort to the drugstore (somewhat cheaper); also bring bug spray as the mosquitoes were pretty bad for me (my husband was spared), even inside the lounge one night. Aloe is provided in your room in addition to the standard shampoo and lotion and the in-room bar is stocked with more alcohol, sodas and bottles of water. Food is available 24-7 (overnight is in the Cricketer's Pub) and at least the Grill, the Pub, the pizza place and Spices are willing to wrap up a plate for you to take and eat elsewhere. I had a great manicure and pedicure in the spa on day 2 and the manicurist was kind enough to send me home with a small bottle of sparkly nail polish for my 3-yr-old daughter.

Long story short, we had an amazing time and met some great people. Beats cruising any day! I’m hoping to make it an anniversary tradition from here on out! Recommendation without reservation!

Unique Quality: Much less expensive than Atlantis

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Perfect Honeymoon

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 3, 2009

Favorite things about this resort: romantic atmosphere, great food, Bacardi tour (Unfortunately this plant is now closed).

Least favorite things: getting called up on stage during the comedy show.

Recommendations: Check the forecast carefully before scheduling. We got great prices by going during hurricane season, but Sandals no longer offers the guarantee of a new vacation if a hurricane hits as it did when we were there. Fortunately, we only ran into a few hours of rain that happened to coincide with the first Saturday of the football season, so we were able to watch our game and then get back outside.

If possible, avoid scheduling your flight with US Airways. It felt like a second class flight the entire time, and there is nothing quite like watching your belongings spill out all over the baggage claim carousel because the baggage handlers decided to tear apart your bags (yes, those are footprints on the bags in the pictures).

For more information and hundreds of photos see http://www.traveltheories.com

Unique Quality: A great bonus to booking with Sandals is a free transfer to the airport, and the resort has plenty of shuttles, so there is little or no wait to leave the airport. Upon arrival at the resort, we were greeted with champagne, a little gift bag of shampoo and lotion, and a schedule of available activities for the week. Tips are included, and the staff is not allowed to accept them, so you can just put your wallet in the safe and forget about it all week. We stayed in a Royal Village Luxury room with a garden view. It was not one of the more expensive rooms, but it was nice to walk out into lush gardens, and we were only a minute’s walk away from the breakfast buffet.

The food was absolutely delicious. I highly recommend the duck at the Baccarat and the entertainment at Kimonos. Dinner is formal at most of the restaurants, with the women usually wearing dresses and the men wearing business casual (a little dressier than the khakis and polo shirt you can get away with at other resorts). At least one restaurant is open at all times, with Cricketers Pub being the late night option.

For more information and hundreds of photos see http://www.traveltheories.com

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A great resort/spa rest: 3 years in a row

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 15, 2009

I've been to the SRB for 3 years in a row now and love this place. The grounds are classy, gated, focus on the sun, sky and water--and if you've never been there--the water is like nothing you have ever seen! Snorkelling is free as well as the steam room and saunas. Pay the money for the spa services: it's worth it! The food is excellent--I still fantasize about the breakfast buffet at Spices. I've had garden rooms and ocean view rooms and loved them all but then again, how much time do you really spend in your room? The staff is really nice and I've noticed that they are responsive to politeness--some people go there with a nasty attitude and it's embarrassing for the rest of us to see them act like Type-A jerks and give the rest of us a bad name. This is the Caribbean--learn how to RELAX!

Unique Quality: This resort/spa is european styled and really shows off the Caribbean locale. There are no casino/golf overtones: it is what it is--a place to park it by the pool and relax. If you're looking for nightlife than go off-resort at night but I've always found just sitting under the stars an amazing experience. One of the restaurant/bars is open until 7am so you can do your thing all night long. This is a gated community so relax and put your checkbook/credit cards away--at then end of your stay you won't want to leave!

Directions: cable beach, 15 minutes from the airport!

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Mixing feelings for Sandals Royal Bahamian

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 20, 2007

Sandals was not bad, but I have to say it was under my expectations.

We have a great time in general, and Sandals facilities (specially the pool) were good, but has also some bad points, like the state of the rooms.
We have standar rooms (the called "Deluxe") at main building, and all this building really need a renovation. We have great views, the bed was very good and the room was big enough, but we have a big problem with the bathroom.
The pipes were "crying" all day & night!!! When somebody at other room get a shower or simply open a tap, water start to flow on our own bathroom and an incredible noise started! You laugh when this happen at 11:00 a.m., but when is 4:00 or 5:00 a.m. it's really annoying...
We didn't know if this only happen in this building, but we have paid already a lot for this vacations, and we decided not to upgrade the room and reserve the money for some great excursions (see things to do). We think that things like that in this kind of resort can't happen, even in the standart rooms...
About restaurants: We really enjoy Casanovas, Kimonos (this really depends on the cheff and the group of people you join, we went twice and the second was much better, food is secundary), and Cafe Goombay (look with the mosquitos, better for lunch). Breakfast at Spices was simply perfect, but the lunch and dinner buffet was a little bit boring...

Beach is not very long, but for us was great, because was not crowed, water is so clear and sand is perfectly white. Pools were the best, one quite and other for water activities. We really enjoy pool-basket and pool-volley.

For Spanish people or hispanos: we didn't find anybody from Spain or South America. Everybody is from the States in Sandals, so prepare to practice your English all time with the rest of the guests. For the hotel, they have Isabella in Embassadors, a very nice girl who speaks Spanish and will help you in everything you need.

Unique Quality: The point of Sandals is the "Couple policy", so the resort is really quite as there are no children running on the pools. There are other special resorts for families (you have Atlantis in Nassau), so this is a good choice for romantic vacations.

Directions: Cable beach

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Great "adult" Vacation at Sandals

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 9, 2006

This is a great adult vacation. The hotel was beautiful. The food was out of this world.. however did have to wait till closer to the end of our stay to get to eat at some places. Make your reservations right when you get to your hotel room. Drinks plentiful and pools were great. Had a nice spa but pretty spendy. $45 for a manicure. Would recommend.

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The Honeymoon Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 21, 2005

When I first arrived, we were greeted with the utmost respect. We were taken to the reception desk where we were given a moist towel to wipe our hands off and accompanied with that was a glass of champagne. Very delicious and such a warm welcome by the receptionists. After checking in, we were then able to enjoy our first meal at a few different restaraunts that they offered and the one we chose was "Spices" which is a buffet style restaurant. The lunch was great.

As far as our hotel room went, we stayed in a Deluxe style room which had a wonderful view of the ocean. The only thing that was strange was they had plastic chairs for such a nicely done up room which was so unappropriate. The bathroom wasn't all that great since it had rust around the knobs and the tub. If those 2 things were done up right I wouldn't have a negative thing to say about the room.

Unique Quality: The pool area was breathtaking. Exactly what they had described in the brochure that I had requested before arriving. We wandered throughout the grounds and enjoyed the beautiful clean water. Something that you won't see in California. The swim up pool bar was great. The whole staff at the resort was so courteous. We went to the japanese restaurant Kimono's on our first night and were seated with a group of other couples and enjoyed a dinner show which consisted of the chef cooking in front of us. It's such a great experience.

Directions: It's right off of West Bay Street. About 10 to 15 min from the airport. The It's right along the coast.

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Adults only

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 13, 2004

Excellant service,good food and lots to do. This is a great resort if you want to get away from the kids......yours or anyone elses.

Unique Quality: Sandals has it's own private island off shore from the main resort.

Directions: Cable Beach, about 10 minutes from the airport.

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True paradise

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 17, 2003

This magnificent all inclusive resort sets on Cable Beach, and is the only Four Diamond hotel in the Bahamas. It offers 7 pools, including 2 colonnaded pools with swim-up bars, 8 world-class gourmet restaurants, continental breakfast room service, every land and water sport from a penthouse fitness center to scuba diving. From lavish suites to hospitality beyond compare, this resort is the ultimate romantic place to spend your honeymoon!

Unique Quality: We had a large room with a great view of the beautiful garden. You could also say that we had our private pool, since most of the other guests used the mainpool, we had the (smaller) pool and the jacuzzi often to ourselves, which was of course fantastic.

Naturally the staff of the hotel was very helpfull and very friendly.

The resort also offers a Spa collection to indulge yourself in a full menu of restorative treatments and salon services, cleansing body wraps, Swedish massage, sense stimulating aromatherapy and organic skin care products. These are just a few options that await you when you take the time to replenish at Sandals.

Also the food in the restaurants was excellent. The salmon bagles are so fine, you just wanne eat your fingers with them. Once a week there is a BBQ on the beach with excellent steaks, fish and salades. You also must try the a-la-carte restaurant which is amazing good!

What definitely makes this resort so special, is that It also offers an offshore island named Sandals Cay, making Sandals Royal Bahamian two exotic islands for the price of one. Sandals Cay features a pool, a whirlpool, a swim-up pool bar, a traditional Caribbean restaurant and a white-sand beach.

We truly had an amazing time at Sandals. With al its pampering, you'll have no idea what will hit you.

Before I forget, Sandals Royal Bahamian is a couples only resort. Read: no children!

Directions: Cable Beach, Nassau

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Address: West Bay Street, PO Box 39-CB-13005, , New Providence Island, 20317, Caribbean

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Paradise Island/Atlantis
Restaurants
Boats
Transportation
Airplane
Transportation
The Poop Deck Restaurant and Bar
Restaurants
Rental vehicle
Transportation
Boats & Water Sports
Off The Beaten Path
Athena
Restaurants
Paradise Is.
General
Beware Columbian Emeralds in Nassau!
Things to Do
Best Kept Local Secret!
Restaurants
Great Lookoff
Things to Do
The Watertower
Things to Do
Books and old stuff
Things to Do
The Providence House
Things to Do
Another Fortress
Things to Do
The first and the last thing
Things to Do
The Oldest Church
Things to Do
Local Artists and Artisans in action
Things to Do
Park Lane Jewelry...Beware!!!!!
Things to Do
Let down in 2016
Things to Do
Strolling along the Waterfront and the port
Things to Do
Purses of Nassau - Do Not Shop Here
Things to Do
Misplaced Jayhawkers paradise
Things to Do
Festival Place ~ A Great Beginning
Things to Do
"Cheesy" but very enjoyable..
Things to Do
Water Tower
Things to Do
Fort Charlotte
Things to Do
Fort Fincastle
Things to Do
Perfect Meal
Restaurants
Pirates of Nassau
Things to Do
Seaplane
Transportation