Welcome Home to Sandals Inn

view-of-poolThe final Sandals resort on Jamaica, and in Montego Bay, is Sandals Inn. Just as the name implies, this charming hotel offers an authentic Jamaican experience and a warm welcome to make you feel instantly at home.

cp-321-brThis Inn is decidedly different from any other Sandals Resort. It’s not in a resort-y area, but closer to town. It’s not directly on the beach, but across the street from a public beach in Montego Bay, with ocean views from many of the rooms. There are no club level rooms or butler suites at the Inn, but there are 52 beautifully appointed rooms and suites in this, Sandals’ smallest resort.

patio-2There are four dining options at Sandals Inn: two full service a-la-carte restaurants, a garden side grill, and 24 hour room service for all guests. Unlimited top shelf beverages are available from two bars. Numerous complimentary entertainment and land activities are available on-site. Watersports are available at nearby Sandals Montego Bay and Sandals Royal Caribbean. And here in Montego Bay, Sandals offers “stay at one – play at three” including transportation between resorts. This gives each guest access to over 20 restaurants, 12 bars, 12 pools, and 4 beaches!

Despite (or maybe because of?) it’s small size, this is Sandals resort with the greatest number of repeat guests. So many return year after year because they feel like they’re coming home. Their pictures are on the wall, staff greets them by name and treats each guest like the friends they are! And it’s a budget friendly option. It’s popular with those who like get outside the resort for it’s close proximity to Montego Bay’s Hip Strip (Gloucester Avenue) where there’s dining, bars and clubs, shopping and beach activities.

If a smaller, more intimate and authentic experience is what you have in mind for your next vacation, Sandals Inn might be the perfect pick for you.

 

 

 

 

 

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