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Sandals all-inclusive resorts offer discounts up to December 2023

Sandals all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean are offering an extra £100 off all seven-night bookings made before 2 February.

You just need to use the code EXTRA100 when you book.

Sandals Resorts is already offering savings of up to 45% on accommodation in selected resorts, room categories and durations on bookings made by the end of February.

It says this could save a couple up to £700 on their luxury all-inclusive Caribbean holiday.


Is it worth booking now?

Holidays from England and Scotland are banned due to the strict new lockdown restrictions, which are likely to remain in place in England at least until mid-February and in Scotland at least until the end of January.

Who knows when it will actually be safe to travel again and what restrictions will be in place for travel over the next few months. Hopefully the new Covid vaccine will be a game-changer and restrictions will start to be lifted from the spring, but until we have more clarity I wouldn’t risk booking a trip for 2021.

But Sandals offer is valid for bookings up to 4 December 2023, so you could take advantage of the offer now and give yourself something to look forward to.


Would you recommend Sandals?

Sandals were the pioneers of the luxury all-inclusive concept and they now have 15 all-inclusive resorts across the Caribbean. They mainly attract couples and they’re especially popular for weddings and honeymoons, but they can also make a fun group holiday.

Many years ago I stayed in Sandals Resort in Antigua, where my boyfriend (now husband) and I took advantage of the all-inclusive facilities to learn to scuba dive and improve (but not perfect) our water-skiing technique. I’d definitely recommend it for a totally chilled holiday, just make sure you get out of the resort to experience some of Antigua’s other attractions.

Linsey McNeill

A journalist and travel writer of 35 years' standing, a once-a-week yogi, terrible skier and out-of-order mum to 2 teens. Previously Editor of, bylines also include The Telegraph, The Times, The Observer, the London Evening Standard, Which? and The South China Morning Post.

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