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Old 09-08-2008, 12:15 PM
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Who has been to Sandals Inn Jamaica (Montego Bay)

For our 10 year anniversary I have booked a trip to stay 6 nights at the Sandals Inn. It is the smallest of the Sandals resorts, but is the only one with room service included and a B&B feel. We will have access to all activities offered by the Sandals Resorts. What I am looking for is recommendations for the different activities. What did you do, what did you like, and what could you have done without. Thanks in advance for your responses..
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Old 09-08-2008, 02:39 PM
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If this is for yaor 10th anniversary, then why are you taking her to Sandels, and not hedonism? heck with her NEW look, she'd be right at home!
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Old 09-08-2008, 02:44 PM
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If this is for yaor 10th anniversary, then why are you taking her to Sandels, and not hedonism? heck with her NEW look, she'd be right at home!
Eh not my cup of tea.. That is a swinger joint isn't it
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Old 09-08-2008, 02:54 PM
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Never been to Sandals, but my wife and I went to Grand Lido Negril. Very nice place and no (or very few) kids. Also, Hedo (can't remember which number) is right across the street. Went over there to check-it-out and saw some pretty odd stuff.
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Old 09-08-2008, 02:54 PM
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Stayed at Dunn's River for our honeymoon 'bout 8 years ago. Did Ochos Rios. Pretty forgettable - you walk up the waterfall holding hands in line with a bunch of other tourists. Only memorable thing about it was the 2 local ladies who got in a knife fight in the parking lot while we were waiting for the shuttle back to the resort. Surreal.

You can go tubing on the river. It's relaxing and they bring along beer.

We went to the Sandals Ochos Rios for dinner a couple times. Good restaraunts. At Dunn's River resort they had scuba, waterskiing, parasailing, and lots of watercraft you could check out. Only thing for scuba is if you're not already certified you needed to get up early for the class.

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Old 09-08-2008, 02:59 PM
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Never been to Sandals, but my wife and I went to Grand Lido Negril. Very nice place and no (or very few) kids. Also, Hedo (can't remember which number) is right across the street. Went over there to walk around and saw some pretty odd stuff.





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One thing that was burnt in my brain was a lady walking a guy on a leash. The lady was also holding a whip. We left shortly after that.
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One thing that was burnt in my brain was a lady walking a guy on a leash. The lady was also holding a whip. We left shortly after that.
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Stayed at Sandals Ocho Rios in 2000 and Sandals Royal Caribbean in 2005. Make sure you utilize all the resorts near you. You get free transfer service to the other Sandals. If you want to have dinner at one of the nice restaurants at one of the other resorts, make reservations on the first day there. These get booked up quickly. I would highly recommend the Royal Thai Restaurant at the Sandals Royal Caribbean.
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Old 09-08-2008, 03:16 PM
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For our 10 year anniversary I have booked a trip to stay 6 nights at the Sandals Inn. It is the smallest of the Sandals resorts, but is the only one with room service included and a B&B feel. We will have access to all activities offered by the Sandals Resorts. What I am looking for is recommendations for the different activities. What did you do, what did you like, and what could you have done without. Thanks in advance for your responses..
Yep I have been Montego Bay stayed there 3 times, it is a fun time!! Most of the people are on their honeymoon or on their anniversary, the good thing you are 5 minutes from the airport so no long bus drive from heII to get to your resort, the down side is the airplanes taking off all day long and the sound?? It is not so bad?? But it is something you should know….. The other good thing being so close to the airport is the day you are coming home you don’t need to have a long 2 hr drive back to the airport, so you can drink more at your resort!!! Yes they have MC boat and you can ski from 8 to 11 I think??? But if you get to know the boat diver and tip on the down low…. they will get the boat out at 6am and take you around the beach to the north to a NICE bay,, glass for days!!!! And they ski you ski it is so nice!!! PM me if you would like more info…. You will have a good time!!!! And you drink like a fish at the bars!!!!!
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