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We needed a few days away and Sandals was really the place to make you feel as though you stepped into an Oasis. The butler service is worth it but be sure you are open and forthcoming about your expectations. They like tips too. The...More
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My husband and I, along with another couple stayed at the Sandals Ochi Beach Resort and had a great time! We didn't get to do any water activities, except for swimming because it was too windy everyday. But, that didn't hamper our fun! We had...More
Sandals is amazing but the people make it worth visiting, they're kind and genuinely care about your entire experience on the island (specifically super Shelley, she was so entertaining and kind. make sure you see her at karaoke.
Super Shelly is the best. She is fun, spontaneous, and outgoing. She is a very good singer and performer. I really enjoyed the burlesque show that she performed at. She has a great vocal range and high enegery. Even the tour that she brought us...More
This is a warning SAVE YOUR MONEY AND DO NOT VISIT THIS HOTEL.
We traveled to Sandals Ochi for my husbands work incentive trip. I want to start off with the drive from Montego Bay airport. It is a long one (approximately 2 hours), but...More
Response from Carmen R | Property representative |
Thanks for asking this question!
Dress code for most restaurants is Resort Casual, which means shorts or jeans, t–shirts or polo shirts are OK both at dinnertime as well as throughout the day. The basic rule is that... More
Thanks for asking this question!
Dress code for most restaurants is Resort Casual, which means shorts or jeans, t–shirts or polo shirts are OK both at dinnertime as well as throughout the day. The basic rule is that swimwear must be covered, and shirts and footwear are required. You will find plenty of dining options where you can dress comfortably.
The restaurants that require Resort Evening Attire for dinner are Le Gourmand, Valentino’s, and Kimonos. These require men wear dress pants/jeans, long- or short-sleeve dress shirts, and dress sandals or shoes. Shorts, t–shirts, sleeveless shirts, sneakers, flip flops, slippers, hats, and caps are not appropriate.
There are plenty of dining options that do not require reservations and accept walk-ins, so you will definitely not go hungry. For the restaurants that do require making a reservation, guests usually make these upon check-in to ensure availability. You should have no issues. :)
Hope this information helps you plan for your Sandals Ochi vacay! If you have any further doubts or require assistance, don't hesitate to reach out to me!
Response from TheTaxidermist | Reviewed this property |
This was our second stay there this yr and we got married there this time. We had a group of 12 of us this time, but of us do the gluten free thing. Everywhere you eat you get asked if there's any dietary needs that have to... More
This was our second stay there this yr and we got married there this time. We had a group of 12 of us this time, but of us do the gluten free thing. Everywhere you eat you get asked if there's any dietary needs that have to be addressed.