10,000+ employees


£3.5+ million


Sandals Resorts started with one brand and one resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica and now has five brands and 24 properties in seven countries – Antigua, The Bahamas, Grenada, Barbados, Jamaica, Saint Lucia and Turks and Caicos.

Sandals Resorts owns and operates about a dozen resorts in the Caribbean. The all-inclusive resorts, located in the Bahamas, Antigua, Jamaica, and St. Lucia cater to couples and offer such upscale amenities as gourmet dining, spa services, and scuba diving and golf. Sandals also offers free wedding packages for guests planning their honeymoon at the resort. The company additionally owns four Beaches resorts that cater to families. Sandals is credited for being the first resort to use swim-up pool bars. The company was founded in 1981 by Jamaican businessman Gordon “Butch” Stewart.

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32 Ives Street, London SW3 2ND

T: 020 7590 0210

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