The very first Sandals resort to open its doors and set a whole new bar for luxury and romance in the Caribbean, Sandals Montego Bay still continues to completely and utterly captivate couples’ hearts. Born, back in the days when only the rich and famous wintered in the tropics, the resort’s original incarnation was as the glamorous Bay Roc Hotel. A Mecca for the jet-setting crowd of that era, the Bay Roc, known for its breathtakingly exquisite beach, was designed by renowned American architect, Edward Durrell Stone, who also created New York City’s Radio City Music Hall and Museum of Modern Art.
A True Original
Today, every inch of this remarkable spot—located ever-so-conveniently minutes from Montego Bay’s international airport—gives you an authentic experience of the good life, Caribbean-style. Feel the amazingly upbeat energy as it pulses and throbs infectiously to a tropical heartbeat, inspiring you to discover a whole new level of excitement. Walk along pathways that lead enchantingly through artfully landscaped gardens and you’ll encounter mature fruit trees, laden with mangoes, red ackees and citrus. Get lost in the brilliant tropical flowers, such as oleander, plumbago, yellow shrimp and frangipani, which assault your senses with impossible hues of pink, gold, purple and blue and fill your head with lingering fragrances that stay with you long after you’ve left the island. Stay in magnificent suites that were once the private villas of the fabulously wealthy who once made the Bay Roc their winter playground. Experience the upscale leisure of days gone by melded seamlessly with all of the luxurious, modern touches that characterizes this, the very first, and always special, Sandals.