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Sandals relaunches Ochi resort

Bevan Springer | 4/16/2015, 10:17 a.m.
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica (April 16)—After a multimillion-dollar renovation project, Sandals Resorts has relaunched the chain’s largest and Jamaica’s newest resort ...
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MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica (April 16)—After a multimillion-dollar renovation project, Sandals Resorts has relaunched the chain’s largest and Jamaica’s newest resort to date, Sandals Ochi Beach Resort.

Previously known as Sandals Grande Riviera Beach and Villa Golf Resort, the completely renovated resort was rebuilt to offer a dynamic beach experience, complete with stylish beach club vibes, chic exclusivity and innovative culinary concepts.

Sandals Ochi Beach Resort debuts a fresh, modern design aesthetic along with seven uniquely new Gourmet Discovery Dining options, a fresh, trendy Ochi Beach Club, reinvented resort entertainment, upgraded luxurious accommodations and more.

“Sandals Ochi Beach Resort is a game changer for the all-inclusive resort experience in Jamaica,” said Jamaican hotel magnate Gordon “Butch” Stewart, chairman of Sandals Resorts International. “With this relaunch, we’ve not only enhanced the resort but did so with a re-imagined guest experience in mind solidifying Sandals Ochi as Jamaica’s most comprehensive resort in the region. We’re leading the next generation of resorts in Jamaica, and while others may try to follow, we will continue to do what we do best: exceed guest expectations.”

Guests will experience a whole new level of luxury with completely renovated rooms to suit varying styles and budgets. The resort also expanded its butler service by introducing the All-Butler Village. All suites located in the Village are now serviced by expertly trained butlers to not only tend to guests’ every need throughout their stay, but also to anticipate their every want.

Sandals Ochi Beach Resort is set on more than 100 pristine acres of lush rolling hillside and tropical gardens on the beautiful north coast of Jamaica. Nestled between the verdant St. Ann’s Mountains and the Caribbean Sea, the resort features 529 rooms and suites, diverse dining offerings, two luxurious spas and nearby access to one of the Caribbean’s finest golf courses, Sandals Golf and Country Club.