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Sandals Resorts sets sights on new all inclusive resorts in Aruba and Grand Cayman

The CEO of Sandals Resort International, Adam Stewart, has announced the company has its sight on Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands and Aruba for new Caribbean hotels. Speaking at a press night for the 2014 Caribbean Travel Marketplace, Stewart said that the hotel chain is also considering expansion to Mexico but there are islands in the Caribbean they would like to be in first.

Sandals Resorts sets sights on new all inclusive resorts in Aruba and Grand Cayman

Sandals Resorts International has announced that it is looking to expand its portfolio and it has its sights set on Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands and Aruba.

The CEO of the hotel group, Adam Stewart, spoke about the possibility of the new Caribbean hotels at a recent press night as part of the coverage for the 2014 Caribbean Travel Marketplace.

When Stewart was asked about the chances of expansion to Mexico, he said:

"There is nothing we won't do so long as it makes sense for the brand. But before we even talk about Mexico, there are other islands in the Caribbean that we want to be in first and those would be Aruba and Grand Cayman and some others we are talking about."

Sandals Resorts currently operates a number of hotels in the Caribbean in destinations such as St Lucia, Jamaica, Antigua, Turks and Caicos, The Bahamas and Grenada.

The company also operates properties in the Caribbean under the brand names: Beaches, Grand Pineapple, Fowl Cay Resorts, and Private Villas.

The Caribbean hotel group has announced a series of new properties and upgrades recently including plans to build over-the-water suites at Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort and Private Island in Montego Bay, Jamaica and Sandals Grande St. Lucian; the newest addition to the Sandals Resorts Luxury Included portfolio, Sandals Barbados, which opened on 6th November, 2013; and the grand opening of the Sandals LaSource Grenada Resort and Spa which opened its doors to the public in December, 2013.

Sandals Resorts launched its first Jamaica hotel in Montego Bay in November 1981, and since then it has grown into one of the leading hotels groups for luxury holidays to the Caribbean. Over the decades, the group has launched a number of "firsts" in the hospitality sector such as being the first hotel chain to offer swim-up pool bars, the first to offer satellite TV, and the first to offer personal butlers for its guests.

Guests enjoying their holidays at a Sandals Resorts can relax with a full all-inclusive programme that includes accommodation, food, drinks, tips, transfers, taxes, and all recreational and water sports activities including scuba diving and snorkelling.

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