Location: White House, Jamaica
Go: Come experience Jamaica’s first resort to feature one of the most unique suites in the Caribbean, the new Sandals Signature Rondoval™ Swim-Up Suites featuring zero-entry swim up access, outdoor Tranquility Soaking Tub™ for two. The new South Seas Rondoval Village offers 20 of these special special suites nestled over a man-made oasis in the heart of Jamaica, unique to Sandals South Coast.
South Seas Village is home to the longest swim-up pool in the Western Hemisphere, measuring over 17,000 sq. ft. While at Sandals South Coast, explore the recently renovated Dutch Village, offering 112 new oceanfront rooms on Jamaica’s south coast with pristine white-sand beaches. Consider one of twelve Over-the-Water Bungalows featuring 360 ocean views and three unique pool experiences, perched above the clear turquoise waters, with exclusive amenities like Butler Elite service and 24-hour room service.
Enjoy Latitudes Overwater Bar, dine at nine 5-Star Global Gourmet™ restaurants and indulge in seven bars at Sandals South Coast including swim-up bars.
See the beauty before you go for yourself by viewing this 360 Virtual Tour.
And Do Good: The Sandals Foundation is a non-profit organization launched in March 2009 to help Sandals Resorts International continue to make a difference in the Caribbean. All costs associated with administration and management is supported by Sandals International so that 100% of every dollar donated goes directly towards funding impactful and meaningful initiatives within the key areas of Education, Community and Environment.
Sandals Foundation invites guests to give back while on vacation, whether it be through a financial donation, providing needed supplies through Pack for a Purpose™or by choosing a community route tour in partnership with Island Routes Caribbean Adventures.
From taking a Reading Road Trip, a volunteer literacy enhancement program aimed at improving listening, reading and comprehension skills of children ages 3-6 years to supporting the Ocean Connect program, a new program supporting teaching life-saving water skills to Caribbean children, travelers can choose from an assortment of programs that give back. Full-time high school students can also participate in Island Impact and earn community service hours for their volunteer time.
At Sandals South Coast, certified scuba divers can now get involved with these conservation efforts by taking a Coral Nursery Cleaning Dive.
Click this link to learn more about the Sandals Foundation. Community tours and outreach subject to availability.