Friday, March 29, 2013

Sandals Ocho Rio, Jamaica Part II

Sandals Royal Plantation 
If you are looking for a classy get-a-way for yourself or for a group, your search can come to an end. When I visit properties, I look for the WOW factor. Sandals Royal Plantation has the WOW factor from the moment you step on the property. 
Sandals Royal Plantation is an all-butler boutique resort. Butlers are expertly trained by the Guild of Professional English Butlers so they are ready to fulfill any request you can dream. 
There's more to do than lounge by the sea blue, aquatic paradise. For the more active person, you might enjoy kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, snorkeling, glass-bottom boat rides, scuba diving, or sailing a Hobie Cat. 
The fun doesn't stop on the water. Tennis, chess, volleyball, and Bocce Ball are just some of the land sports. Golf Digest and Frommer's Travel Guide have named this Par 71, 18-hole Sandals' Golf course among Jamaica's best courses. 
There is plenty to do on this resort from water sports, to land sports, to dining in 4 distinctive restaurants. This resorts is right next door to the Grand Riveria (see Sandals Ocho Rio, Jamaica Part I). How does that benefit you? As a Royal Planation guest, you are able to visit and take part in activities at Grand Riveria (including their 16 restaurants...dining at The Reef is a must. See previous blog 
This is 1 of the 74 exquisite suites. It was very roomy and had a beautiful view of the Caribbean and the resort. The bathroom has a tub and tiled shower. Plenty of room to move around in this room. This is the Royal Great House Oceanfront Suite, one of the smaller sized rooms at 465 sq ft.

One of my favorite accommodations on this property is the Villa Plantana. The Villa Plantana is has 3 bedrooms with 3 bathrooms, a private pool, its own butler, private room attendant and chef. This would be a great accommodation for guests needing 3 rooms.

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