From the article: Sandals Royal Bahamian
If you've visited a Sandals resort, how was your experience? Did Sandals meet or exceed your expectations, or were you disappointed? What did you like best about your stay? What could be improved? (And please name the specific Sandals where you stayed.) Review Your Sandals Stay
Sandals Montego Bay
- All inclusive is not all inclusive. If you wish to do anyhting else besides eat and lay on the beach, or use their sail boats, you will have to pay. Stay away from the 200 block of rooms, as they are in the party area if you are looking for quiet. The food was prepared well. Feelree to tip, but discretely. Those workers only make about 5,000 year, and they work very hard. Very nice proud people always with a smile. sun is very hot, so start slow, I tanned well in 3 days. The special candelight dinner on the beach is not what it appears. 170.00 and there are people paying 0 eating behind you within 15 feet on the deck. All in all, after one settles down and figures out what is going on, great place to visit. Watch where you go buy, every vendor wants all of your money and they are quite aggressive. Even had a drug dealer approach me on the Hipster. The Harley shop was a more subdued place to shop, no pressure, free beers to HOG members.
- —Guest Richard Mascolino
Sandals Royal Bahamian sucked
- Where to start... first, we are so surprised at how great the other reviews are. Maybe its just us. The pros - the staff is very friendly and very nice. The majority of the resort if very clean and they pick up behind every (drink glasses, dirty dishes, etc.). The beach is very beautiful and there are plenty of seating options, both covered and uncovered. The private island was also pretty cool. Surprising that not as many people decided to go out there so it was a little more quiet and relaxed. The cons - this is a long list. The food is at the top. In short, the food was terrible. We went to all of the restaurants but Kimonos and didn't have a SINGLE good meal. The only thing we ate more than once was the buffet breakfast at Spices - at least we could eat a little of everything and have some fresh eggs prepared. But every other restaurant, even Gordon's on the Pier (which costs extra or requires Butler level) was extremely disappointing and really put a damper on our an
- —Guest Tige