Sandals Resorts International (SRI) has opened its 17th property, Sandals Dunn’s River, in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, following an opening celebration held on 19 May.

The all-inclusive resort features 260 guest rooms comprising new culinary concepts and upgraded suite designs.

The Coyaba Sky Rondoval Villas of this property have private pools and soaking tubs on separated patios.

The Mammee Bay Beachfront Butler Suites include balconies with views of the sea and sunsets, while Travertine Beachfront Club Level Rooms are titled after Dunn’s River Falls’ huge, natural limestone steps.

Guests can access several dining options, such as Lapidus Lounge, Laughing Waters Beach Bar and Jerk Shack.

Edessa is one of 12 gourmet restaurants featured in the resort, which offer Mediterranean cuisine while offering views of the ocean.

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The property also features an izakaya-inspired sushi restaurant called Hamani and eatery Saltaire.

In addition, guests will be offered an Asian-fusion menu at Banyu. They can also gain access to Italian flavours at Cascata; French flavours at L’Amande, along with Central and South American flavours at Zuka.

SRI executive chairman Adam Stewart said: “Building extraordinary resorts that make it easy for our guests to authentically experience our home countries and the people that bring these incredible places to life is the work of Sandals Resorts.

“The Caribbean is wide and diverse and brimming with flavour and fun. There is so much to discover here and we want to bring our guests closer to it all.”