A transformed Sandals Royal Bahamian to reopen on Jan. 27

After a three-year, multimillion dollar transformation, the Sandals Royal Bahamian will reopen in Nassau on January 27.
"From a completely new village of pastel-colored villas and Coconut Grove to our new outdoor lounge, entertainment area and outdoor lounge, to our offshore island that has been converted into a romantic hideaway," stated Adam Stewart, Sandals executive chair.

"We are dialing up the luxury, and leaning into a relaxed spirit of the Bahamas in order to deliver an authentic guest experience that makes it easy for love."

There are now more than 200 rooms and suites that have been renovated. The new accommodations include the addition of suites and swim-ups in the newly named East and West Bays as well as the Island Village, which has private pools and villas designed by butlers. Each island is named after a Bahamas island.

Coconut Grove Lounge will have live music and entertainment, views overlooking the ocean, and three food trucks. Guests can get a treat and coffee from Sweets n Tings or indulge in Bahamian fusion and seafood at Coco Queen, or choose an Italian classic at Bahama Mamma Mia.

The private Sandals Barefoot Cay island will have a beach bar and an outdoor shower. There is also the Aralia House restaurant that serves fresh seafood from boat to plate and authentic Caribbean dishes.

The new Breakaway program is available for early arrivals. It includes a relaxing lounge with signature cocktails, a trip to the swimming pool, and Sandals' staff taking care of check in.

Couples can enjoy a traditional conch-blowing ritual at sunset. This is accompanied by Bahamian cocktails and rake and scrape.

Sandals Royal Bahamian offers 13 dining options. Five of these are new: La Plume, a French restaurant, The Queen's Pearl, a traditional British pub, Kanoo, which celebrates the Caribbean region and Butch's Island Chop House, for steaks, fish and Soy for sushi.