Sandals Resorts is opening its 18th resort on its 8th Caribbean destination. Originally announced as a Beaches family-friendly resort, it was eventually decided to instead open the resort as a Sandals adult-only resort.
Check to see if Sandals Saint Vincent is open for booking here.
The new resorts will be 50 acres nestled within a mountain range and neighboring rainforest.
The Buccament Bay Spa and Resort was purchased by Sandals and is going to be extensively renovated to be transformed into Sandals St Vincent and the Grenadines.
St Vincent and the Grenadines is a lesser-known island and the Sandals Resort will bring new life to the tourism industry.
“Some visitors are not looking for the major tourism destinations where there are 50,000 hotels, they are looking for something that is just quaint, that is just different, that is just picturesque, as far as they are concerned and that is what I believe St Vincent has to offer right now- immediately, just by me spending the first four hours on the island, the destination.”
Sandals Saint Vincent Accommodations
Whenever Sandals opens a new resort they innovate to make amazing suites and room categories.
Vincy Overwater Two-Story Villa
New at Sandals Saint Vicent are the two-story water villas. You can enjoy the sound of the surf as you relax on your daybed. Here you get unique privacy with butler service to make your stay exactly how you would like it.
Beachfront One-Bedroom Butler Villa Suites with Private Pool
Several one bedroom rooms have beautiful patios with their own private pools and tranquility soaking tubs.
Suites with Media Rooms
New to sandals are suites with media rooms. Enjoy a relaxing evening watching a movie with a 75″ HD TV and sound bar. These media rooms are also available as swim up suites.
Suites with Fitness Rooms
Also new to Sandals are fitness rooms. If fitness and wellness is important to you, these suites have two exercise bikes, complete with programs you can personalize. There is a large tv with additional weights and workout equipment so you dont have to leave your room to get in a great workout.
Foods & Drink
At Sandals Saint Vinvent there will be a number of upscale and unique restaurants that are of course all included in the cost of your stay.
|Club & Kitchen|
Ice Cream & Coffee
Izakaya & Handroll Bar
Sandals Saint Vincent Reviews
There is a lot of excitement for Sandals Saint Vincent as it looks like an amazing modern resort.
The previous resort Buccament Bay Spa and Resort, received mixed reviews. A lot of the bad reviews were due to disrepair. Since the resort will be fully reimagined, I do not think this will be a problem.
As we receive more information and see more reviews, we will keep this page updated.
When will Sandals St Vincent and the Grenadines open?
The newest Sandals Resort will be open in early 2024 with arrivals starting March 27, 2024.
When can I book Sandals St Vincent and the Grenadines?
Sandals Saint Vincent is now open for booking!
How much will Sandals Saint Vincent cost?
The most affordable rooms start at $489 per person per night.
Should I wait to book Sandals St Vincent and the Grenadines?
When a Sandals Resort opens, there is usually a grand opening incentive to book soon after opening as an added perk. When a Sandals Resort is open there are sometimes some issues that need to be resolved as they smooth things out and train new employees.
I recommend giving them at least a few weeks before going.
How Far is the Sandals Resort from the airport?
The resort is 45 minutes to the airport without traffic.
About St Vincent and the Grenadines
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a small island nation located in the Caribbean Sea. It is part of the Lesser Antilles and is situated to the south of Saint Lucia and to the north of Grenada.
He is an expert travel advisor and enthusiast. He has traveled extensively in the USA, Central American, South America and Europe. He has visited every Sandals Resort and is one of a select few Diamond Elite members of the Sandals Chairman’s Royal Club.
Dan graduated from Johnson & Wales University with an associate degree in Culinary Arts. Later he graduated from the University of Utah with a bachelor’s degree in International Studies with a focus on people and culture.