MORE than 1,000 loyal guests were in Jamaica for the Sandals Select Guest Reunion Week of activities hosted by the hotel chain from April 5 to 9. Sandals Reunion Week is the Caribbean’s only annual event of this kind held by an all-inclusive resort that honours returning guests, giving them the opportunity to catch up with old friends they’ve made over the years while safely enjoying another vacation.

With some guests travelling for the first time since the novel coronavirus pandemic started last year, guests embraced and enjoyed the new approach to their vacation experience, as Sandals team members placed an emphasis on physical distancing and constant cleaning and sanitising, which it said gave guests a sense of security.

Coming in hot were Sandals Negril Managers Rosalind Brooks (left) and Tessian Todd-Bandoo at the resort’s Burlesque 20’s themed Gala Dinner
Sandals Negril photoshop manager Simone Black-Woodley came all the way through in her cowgirl garb for the resort’s Wild Wild West 1800’s Silent Headphone Party

At Sandals Negril repeat clients revelled in events depicting the epic Time Scape theme. The week started off with a Jazz and Blues 40’s Welcome Cocktail. Tuesday saw Reunion Week guests enjoying a Burlesque 20’s inspired Gala Dinner and a much talked about Wild Wild West 1800’s Silent Headphone Party. The festive ambiance was evident all around as guests looked forward to the highly anticipated My Retro Playlist Managers’ Talent Show where heads of departments showcased their best performances yet. The exciting week ended with a bang at the Mardi Gras & Carnival Beach party 2000s Foodies were pleased with the deliciously prepared meals offered at the events, with several participating in Jamaican-focused cooking demos and mixology competitions hosted by resort chefs and bartenders.

Their talent piece was a hit and they sure had fun with it! Here Entertainment Manager Rosalind Brooks (left) and her co-star Executive Chef Delroy Haye performs their number ‘I’ve got a woman’ at the My Retro Playlist Managers’ Talent Show.
Well who wouldn’t enter this party for some wild wild fun? Sandals Negril General Manager David Latchimy had his cowboy game on point as he welcome guests to the Wild Wild West 1800’s Silent Headphone party.