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Sandals reopening – photos

More than 400 invited guests and 600 hotel visitors celebrated the re-opening of the Sandals Royal Bahamian resort and spa last week. See photos of the event here. 

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Thursday, November 24, 2016
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More than 400 guests celebrated the re-opening of the Sandals Royal Bahamian resort and spa on Cable Beach last week. Browse another selection of photos, courtesy of Sandals Resorts, here.

Andrew Holness Perry Christie Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart

Andrew Holness, left, Prime Minister of Jamaica, meets with Bahamas Prime Minister Perry Christie, centre, and Sandals founder and chairman Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart prior to the official re-opening of Sandals Royal Bahamian November 18 in Nassau. (Photo courtesy Sandals Resorts)

Royal Bahamas Defence Force Band

Sandals Royal Bahamian re-opened on November 18 after a multi-million-dollar makeover with a lavish party that included performances by the Royal Bahamas Defence Force Band, pop band Visage, Valley Boys Junkanoo, fire dancers and other entertainers. (Photo courtesy Sandals Resorts)

The popular Bahamian band Visage

The popular Bahamian band Visage performed during the celebration of the grand re-opening of Sandals Royal Bahamian in Nassau, Bahamas November 18. More than 400 invited guests and 600 hotel visitors attended the lavish event that followed a multi-million-dollar makeover of the historic property. Entertainment was all Bahamian and the evening featured tributes to the rich diversity of the Bahamian culture. (Photo courtesy Sandals Resorts)

CEO Adam Stewart Sandals Royal Bahamian staff and entertainers

Sandals Resorts CEO Adam Stewart is flanked by Sandals Royal Bahamian staff and entertainers as he is ushered into the ceremony marking the grand re-opening of the iconic property on Cable Beach, Nassau, Bahamas. (Photo courtesy Sandals Resorts)

Sandals Resorts CEO Adam Stewart

Sandals Resorts CEO Adam Stewart touted Sandals standards for training and service excellence among its 14,000 employees on 20 properties that have made it the most recognized and awarded resort brand in the Caribbean region. (Photo courtesy Sandals Resorts)

Deputy Prime Minister Philip ‘Brave’ Davis

Bahamas Deputy Prime Minister Philip ‘Brave’ Davis lauded Sandals founder and chairman Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart for what he called ‘risk excellence,’ taking a chance in financially challenging times to open a hotel “different from all others and pursuing his dream until he built an empire and the best recognized all-inclusive brand in the world.” (Photo courtesy Sandals Resorts)

Major golf and basketball tournaments over the next couple of weeks are giving The Bahamas global exposure as premier sports tourism destination. Watch a report here.

The Central Bank of The Bahamas is actively seeking to reduce de-risking threats to The Bahamas by monitoring the impact of de-risking measures, and use the findings of its surveys to guide policy reform recommendations.

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