Beaches Resorts

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Beaches Resorts
FounderGordon Stewart (Chairman)
HeadquartersTurks & Caicos, Negril, Ocho Rios, Jamaica
Number of locations
3 Resorts
Area served
Key people
Adam Stewart (CEO)

Beaches Resorts is an operator of all-inclusive resorts for couples & families in the Caribbean, founded in 1997.[1] Beaches Resorts and Sandals Resorts are part of Sandals Resorts International (SRI) which is a parent company to five resort brands across seven countries.[2]


The locations operated by Beaches Resorts are:

There is another Beaches Resort scheduled to be built on the site of the former Almond Beach Resort in Saint Peter, Barbados.[3]


Gordon “Butch” Stewart, Chairman and Founder:

Gordon “Butch” Stewart is the businessperson who founded and continues to own Beaches Resorts.

Adam Stewart, Deputy Chairman:

Adam Stewart is the son of Gordon “Butch” Stewart and is also the Deputy Chairman of Sandals Resorts International (SRI).

Gebhard Rainer, CEO:

Appointed CEO in March 2018, Rainer's appointment marks the first time a non-family member has held the post. Responsible for all areas of SRI operations, he is expected to fast-track the company into a new period of growth and development.


Beaches Resorts have won the following awards:

  • World's Leading Family Resort Brand. Awarded by the World Travel Awards and won for 15 consecutive years [4]
  • Various level International Star Diamond Awards from the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences:[5]
    • Six Star Diamond Award for “Keeping it Green” at the Ocho Rios resort
    • Six Star Diamond Award for their “Italian Village” at the Negril resort
    • Five Star Diamond Award for the resort itself, the Le Petit Chateau Restaurant and Mario's Restaurant at the Turks and Caicos location
    • Five Star Diamond Award for the resort itself at the Negril location



  1. ^ "Inc. Magazine".
  2. ^ "Sandals".
  3. ^ "Breaking Travel News".
  4. ^ "The World Travel Awards".
  5. ^ "Star Diamond Awards". Archived from the original on 2013-11-23. Retrieved 2014-02-28.

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