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Published on January 15th, 2016 | by Emma Hackwood


Adventures in Cuisine: Indulging at Sandals Royal Bahamian

Aside from choosing between the beach located on the property or the beach on the off-shore island, our Travel Expert Kelsey Stafford shares what made her experience at Sandals Royal Bahamian unforgettable – and 5 pounds heavier.

This was my first Sandals experience and let me tell you, it certainly exceeded my expectations from start to end. I’m even 5 pounds heavier to show for it.

Sandals Royal Bahamian offers a variety of cuisine, with 10 restaurants to choose from (and only 3 of those requiring reservations). I was able to enjoy a good handful of the restaurants but my favourite by far was Kimonos teppanyaki restaurant. We were able to eat with a group and got a taste of a full-on teppanyaki experience; the chefs flipped food from the grill in to the mouths of the guests in our group. What a show!

sandals royal bahamian restaurant

Staying at the Royal Bahamian also means having access to the off-shore island, which also means more, more, more beach space, plus a pool and a cool swim-up bar. I can honestly say the beach was one of my favourite features of the resort. With all the extra beach space, I didn’t need to wake up at the crack of dawn to hold down a good spot in the sand.

From start to end I was living in luxury at its best. From arriving at the resort, to having our bags portered to our room, receiving a great Bahamian welcome (and a glass of champagne) from the staff, to checking into our room and just taking in the views.

sandals royal bahamian balcony at sunset

I have to say, it was hard to leave. If you are searching for a place to relax, rejuvenate, eat, drink, and be pampered, the Sandals Royal Bahamian is the place to go. Sandals Resorts, I will be seeing you again soon!

For more information on the Bahamas, contact Kelsey Stafford online or visit here at our St Clair and Yonge travel store.

sandals butler serving couple on beach


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Emma Hackwood

a freelance copywriter, amateur glider pilot and full-time adventure seeker, has travelled extensively in pursuit of her lifelong dream of simply seeing it all. Up to over 50 countries, she lists American Samoa and the seldom visited Marquesas Islands as her current favourite destinations, with a wandering eye on Guam and Tonga to complete her Pacific escapades.

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