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A dancer helps celebrate opening day at Sandals Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

Sandals Saint Vincent and the Grenadines opened its doors this week with a view straight to the cobalt blue Caribbean sea, welcoming its first guests to a nature-forward experience brimming with island inspiration and ‘Sandals Firsts’. The opening marks Sandals Resorts’ eagerly anticipated introduction to the largely undiscovered Eastern Caribbean destination of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, where—set against a mountain backdrop—the brand’s 18th all-inclusive resort offers a sanctuary where guests can commune with nature, foster wellness, and cultivate lasting connections.

Sandals Saint Vincent and the Grenadines offers 301 rooms and suites across 50 lush acres, authentically embracing its Saint Vincent location with an experience that is as thoughtful as it is meticulously local, from built-in programming celebrating the island’s illustrious botanical gardens to the introduction of new dining concepts like Buccan, a large-format style dining experience that creates conversation and connection over locally harvested food roasted in an open hearth.

Inspired Sleeps and a Side of Awe

Basking under the Vincy sun has never been more delightful with access to a 300-foot linear pool that connects the flora-framed lobby terrace to the horizon. Along the way, cabanas and cocktails invite guests to loll the day away, with three other pools among lush vegetation.

A pioneering concept for the brand, the Vincy Overwater Two-Story Villas will feature expansive spaces spanning two stories above the sea, as well as dedicated villa perks including an exclusive table at Buccan. Beachfront Villas offer a tranquil retreat just steps from the sand; inside, guests are met with warm neutrals, organic textures, locally-sourced volcanic materials and pops of cool blue to create a harmonious connection with the island’s natural surroundings. Many of the resort’s suites also feature elevated amenities, from a dedicated media room and private pool to a personal fitness room with exercise bikes, yoga mats and a library of fitness classes. The brand’s signature butler service adds an additional level of luxury.

A Destination for Discovery

Onsite, guests will enjoy guided kayak experiences to Buccament Bat Caves and bikes for winding throughout the resort’s gardens and trails surrounded by the destination’s natural flora. Interactive classes and tastings highlight the region’s rich agricultural heritage, from aloe vera to local fruit like mango and breadfruit. As night falls, the essence of the island comes alive with vibrant festivities, from sunset parties on the beach to rum sensory experiences and movies under the stars.

The main pool leads to the beach at Sandals Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

With adventure available at every turn, guests will find balance and serenity at Red Lane Spa, offering the soothing ambiance of flowing water and lush greenery, and treatments that harness the natural minerals found in volcanic sand to exfoliate and detoxify.

Eleven culinary concepts, five new to the brand, showcase the island’s bounties, from Buccan—an open-air culinary journey and the region’s first-ever solid fuel restaurant—to Scrimshaw, which taps into the island’s abundant access to fresh seafood from its location on the coastal shelf while boasting a sophisticated cocktail menu featuring the Gin Tonica, a botanical excursion in a glass adorned with citrus wheels, rosemary pimento vermouth, and lime.

In celebration of the opening, guests who book a stay by April 17, 2024 for travel through Jan. 31, 2025 will receive an air credit of up to $1,500 USD to Sandals Saint Vincent and The Grenadines.

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