30 Best
Caribbean All-Inclusive Resorts Island's Top Vacations

Caribbean all-inclusive resorts feature oceanfront rooms, private pools, great nightlife, locally produced cuisine, and various outdoor activities to satisfy the needs of every traveler.

As one of the most intriguingly beautiful places globally, the Caribbean turns tropical holiday dreams into reality. Its azure blue waters, sugar-white beaches, unique cultures, and the best all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean attract more than 30 million vacationers each year from all over the World.

With plenty of islands and resorts in the Caribbean, choosing the right one for your next all-inclusive getaway can be challenging. Whether you want to unplug from your everyday worries or embark on a tropical adventure, explore our hand-picked list of the best resorts in the Caribbean for a fantastic all-inclusive trip.

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Top All-Inclusive Resorts in the Caribbean

The Jumby Bay Island Resort, Antigua

* Best resort in the Caribbean for families
Aerial view - Photo credit The Jumby Bay Island Resort, Antigua
Photo credit: The Jumby Bay Island Resort, Antigua

The Jumby Bay Resort’s villas are the perfect destination for families. They come in various room types with outdoor dining and lounging spaces, breathtaking views of the ocean, and close proximity to the resort’s facilities. Onsite facilities include two expansive pools, three restaurants with children’s menus, plus a beach bar. See more details

Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $3800/per night

Excellence Oyster Bay

* Best resort in the Caribbean for adults-only
Beach Villa at Excellence Oyster Bay - Photo by Excellence Resorts
Photo credit: Excellence Oyster Bay

Excellence Oyster Bay is an adults-only resort near the Montego Bay airport. The resort offers various room types packed with private balconies, top-notch amenities, romantic décor, and some even include private pools.

In addition, the resort includes facilities such as a luxurious spa with couple’s treatments, a wide range of restaurants, a vast fitness center, and multiple bars. See more details

Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $500/per night

The Sonesta Ocean Point Resort, St. Martin

* Top resort in the Caribbean for couples
Photo credit: The Sonesta Ocean Point Resort, St. Martin

In Maho Village, Saint Martin hides the luxurious Sonesta Ocean Resort. This all-inclusive resort features 129 bright, spacious rooms with private balconies, large bathrooms, and direct beach access. In addition, the stunning “resort within a resort” offers three pools, five bars, an iconic Azul restaurant, a 24-Hr service, a fitness center, and a personal concierge. See more details

Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $509/per night

Jade Mountain Resort

* Best honeymoon resort in the Caribbean
Photo credit: Jade Mountain Resort

Jade Mountain Resort is one of the most romantic resorts in the Caribbean. It is exclusive and private, with spacious rooms with their own private infinity pools. Couples looking to celebrate their honeymoon will love the stunning scenic beauty and peaceful atmosphere at Jade Mountain Resort.

With 600 acres of beachfront property, there is plenty to explore and experience here while having the sense of seclusion that one might feel isolated from civilization. See more details

Average Rating:
4.9/5
Average Price: $1815/per night

Cap Juluca, A Belmond Hotel, Anguilla

* Best beach resort in the Caribbean
Photo credit: Cap Juluca, A Belmond Hotel, Anguilla

Belmond’s Cap Juluca is an island-chic beachfront retreat on the private island of Anguilla in the British West Indies, nestled along the small crescent and healing sands of Maundays Bay.

The pilgrims’ sensation of arriving at a magnificent landmark is satiated by the Moroccan-style domed white houses that ring the site like sugar cubes. See more details

Average Rating:
4.8/5
Average Price: $1213/per night

The Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman

* Top golf resort in the Caribbean
Exterior view - Photo credit The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman
Phoot credit: The Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman

The Ritz- Carlton in Grand Cayman is easily the most luxurious Caribbean resort hotel on the island, standing out for its variety of services and top-notch service.

It is the most amenity-packed resort on the island, with two large pools, five restaurants, a spa, a fitness center, a golf course, and a children’s club, to only name a few. The atmosphere with wandering vacationers and giggling kids is casual and comfortable. See more details

Average Rating:
4.7/5
Average Price: $1139/per night

Family-Friendly Resorts in the Caribbean

The Caribbean family-friendly resorts are located in stunning locations and packed with everything you need for a relaxing vacation. From high-end to budget-friendly options, there are excellent all-inclusive family resorts in the Caribbean you can stay in for a wonderful family holiday.

Whether you’re a large or small family, be sure to check out our selection of the best Caribbean all-inclusive family resorts for your next vacation.

The Jumby Bay Island Resort, Antigua

* Best for families looking for a luxurious experience
Photo credits: The Jumby Bay Island Resort
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $3800/per night

If you are looking for a relaxing vacation for your family,  The Jumby Bay Resort is the perfect fit. True to its luxurious title, this resort offers every amenity imaginable, all at a fixed price. The resort also provides babysitting services so both kids and parents can enjoy their vacation.

The exquisite selection of 40 rooms and suites and 14 villas are designed in a way to provide both comfort and luxury and satisfy all needs.

Key features:

  • Two-bedroom, three-bedroom, and four-bedroom configurations
  • Outdoor dining and lounging spaces
  • Close to the resort’s facilities

You can always go out to eat with your family, knowing that every restaurant has a kid’s menu. The onsite restaurants offer the most delicious dishes, both multicultural and traditional Caribbean.

Key features:

  • Beach bar
  • Three restaurants

You’ll never have to wonder what to do during your stay at the Jumbo Bay Resort. Both you and your kids have an array of activities to pick from, and all of them are supervised, so the kids are always safe.

Key features:

  • Sightseeing
  • Turtle hatching excursions
  • Beach and water sports
  • Cooking lessons
  • Nature walks
  • Two pools
  • Spa& fitness center

Sunscape Curacao Resort, Spa & Casino

* Best for beach-loving families
Photo credits: Sunscape Curacao Resort, Spa & Casino
Average Rating:
4/5
Average Price: $300/per night

Sunscape Curacao Resort, Spa & Casino is a 4-star family-friendly resort designed seamlessly for a relaxing family getaway. With its lovely beach location, this resort is perfect for travelers that want to spend their days by the water.

The resort has 341 rooms and features a private beach. The recently renovated rooms and suites give a very welcoming feel with a picturesque view. The connecting suites make you feel right at home.

Key features:

  • Private balconies
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Seating areas
  • Minibar
  • Cable Tv
  • Coffee maker
  • Air-conditioning
  • WiFi
  • Kitchenettes and dining areas in some suites

Dining options are ample as the resort offers five onsite restaurants, all serving international and traditional dishes. Menu options include kid favorites so everyone can enjoy the dishes.

Key features:

  • Five restaurants
  • Cocktail bars
  • Swim-up bars
  • Cafe

Finding fun activities for the whole family won’t be hard at this resort. From water sports to shopping centers, you can branch out to anything.

Key features:

  • Three pools
  • Water sports
  • Explorers club for kids
  • Core Zone for teens
  • Movies on the beach
  • Board games
  • Nightly entertainment
  • Beach volleyball
  • Rock climbing
  • Casino
  • Spa and fitness center

The Verandah Resort & Spa, Antigua

* Best for beach-loving families
Photo credits: The Verandah Resort & Spa, Antigua
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $620/per night

The Verandah Resort & Spa is the perfect all-inclusive resort for families on the island. The resort is tucked on the shores of Dian Bay in the quiet corner of the island. It offers beautiful views, sheltered swimming waters, and plenty of activities for children.

The resort offers 186 warm and inviting suites and villas. Across all accommodation types, you can feel the tropical aesthetic, with the delicate decorations and warm colors.

Key features:

  • Living areas with sleeper sofas
  • Kitchenettes
  • King size beds
  • Air conditioning
  • Mini-fridges
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Balconies
  • Private pools

Dining is reserved for the onsite restaurants that prepare mouthwatering dishes, both international and traditional. In addition, there are multiple bars scattered in different locations across the property.

Key features:

  • Three restaurants; a la carte and buffet
  • Three bars
  • Lounge
  • Cafe

The property, which is one of the most family-friendly on the island, offers various activities for children. For those who are feeling adventurous, nature and hiking trails begin right at the property’s edge.

Key features:

  • Kid’s club
  • Mini golf course
  • Private plunge pools
  • Gym
  • Tennis courts
  • Small spa
  • Non-motorized water sports
  • Beach access
  • Off-site excursions

Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa

* Best for travelers looking to splurge on a vacation
Photo credits: Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $1600/per night

Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa is one of the best all-inclusive resorts on this side of the island. Although it’s on the more expensive side, everything from meals to drinks and facilities is included in the price. Therefore, this resort is worth every penny you spend.

Beaches separates its rooms into four “villages” and offers up to 40 room categories. But, unique interiors and up-scale amenities can be found throughout each room type.

Key features:

  • Four-posters beds
  • Flat-screen TVs
  • Furnished balconies
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Mini-fridges
  • Game consoles

This resort boasts twenty restaurants and a dozen bars, making it the best-equipped property in Turks & Caicos.  The diverse cuisine allows you to taste flavors from all around the World while staying onsite.

Key features:

  • 20 restaurants
  • 12 bars; 5 swim-up
  • Café
  • Lounges

Due to its size, this resort feels like a small town on its own. You can spend the whole day trying out new activities yet still find new things at every corner. From on-ground to aquatic, there are all kinds of facilities to fill up your schedule.

Key features:

  • Six pools
  • Land sports courts; soccer, volleyball, tennis, basketball, etc
  • Non-motorized water sports
  • Spa & fitness center
  • Food and wine tasting
  • Retail village with high-end shops
  • Water park
  • Kids’ club
  • Nightclub for teens
  • Sesame Street Camp
  • Games room

Tamarijn Aruba

* Best for activity-oriented families
Photo credits: Tamarijn Aruba
Average Rating:
4/5
Average Price: $540/per night

Tamarijn Aruba Resort has a beautiful coastal location on the white-sand Druid Beach and offers all-inclusive packages, 236 rooms, and breathtaking amenities. If you’re looking for an activity-filled vacation, this is the perfect resort for you.

The 236 rooms in Tamarjin Aruba are decorated in a pleasant décor with cream hues, all offer water views, and the amenities are top-notch. The rooms are separated into two buildings, but there aren’t many differences across all of them.

Key features:

  • Private balconies or patios
  • Ocean views
  • King or queen-size beds
  • Small seating areas
  • Minibars
  • Coffee/tea makers
  • Air-conditioning
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Flat-screen TVs

Dining options are ample as the resort offers five onsite restaurants, all serving international and traditional dishes. Menu options include kid favorites so everyone can enjoy the dishes.

Key features:

  • Five restaurants
  • Cocktail bars
  • Swim-up bars
  • Cafe

The facilities at Tamarjin have to be the highlight of this property.   Across the property, you can find pools, treatment rooms, nightly karaoke shows and parties, and much more. In addition, guests have access to the next-door Diva Aruba Resort.

Key features:

  • Four pools
  • Spa & fitness center
  • Volleyball court
  • Non-motorized water sports
  • Fitness classes
  • Tennis court
  • Wall climbing
  • Nightly parties
  • Nearby golf course

Adults-Only Resorts in the Caribbean

Are you ready to enjoy an exotic vacation without a child onsite?

Choosing to stay at some of the best adults-only resorts in the Caribbean will give you the most magical stay, packed with romantic amenities, nightly shows, and a relaxing atmosphere.

These are our picks as the best Caribbean all-inclusive adults-only resorts. They are perfect for travelers who wish to get away from it all!

Cocobay Resort, Antigua

* Best for couples looking for a quiet, romantic getaway
Photo credits: Cocobay Resort, Antigua
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $860/per night

This quiet resort with direct access to the sea is a perfect romantic getaway. Cocobay Resort is a small resort perched atop a rocky bluff, has spectacular views, infinity pools, a restaurant with delicious dishes, a spa, and all-inclusive rates that include wine and cocktails.

Cocobay Resort is perched atop a rocky bluff overlooking Valley Church Bay. As a result, the views are spectacular throughout the property, especially from the Premium Waterfront Suites, which directly access the sea.

Key features:

  • King size beds
  • Minibars
  • Private balconies
  • Air-conditioning
  • Seating areas
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Premium Waterfront Suites
  • Coffee/tea makers

The resort offers restaurants, both a la carte and buffet-style, that serve Mediterranean and traditional Caribbean cuisine. In addition, multiple bars serve top-notch liquor.

Key features:

  • Two restaurants
  • Three bars

Although marketed as a quiet resort, you and your partner will find plenty of fun things to do. Across the property, there are various facilities, from pools with loungers to fitness classes that will fulfill your vacation schedule.

Key features:

  • Four pools
  • Spa center
  • Hiking trails
  • Yoga and aerobics classes
  • Access to three beaches
  • Non-motorized water sports
  • Off-site excursions and day trips

Olive Boutique Hotel, Puerto Rico

* Best for couples looking for a smaller and budget-friendly resort
Photo credits: Olive Boutique Hotel, Puerto Rico
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $475/per night

Olive Boutique Hotel has a rustic-chic laid back ambiance. The outdoor terraces with Spanish tiling and lux furniture are breathtaking and available in every room. The hotel has a rooftop bar and lounge with a plunge pool which makes it excellent for romantic vacations.

The resort offers 15 rooms that have a rustic-chic ambiance yet both laid-back and up-scale feel at the same time. The impeccable amenities just add to the charm of this little boutique hotel.

Key features:

  • Outdoor terraces
  • Modern furniture in every room
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Private balconies
  • Flat-screen TVs
  • Free WiFi
  • Air-conditioning
  • Free snacks every day

The resort has excellent onsite dining at Sage Steak Loft. This is a perfect option for romantics. The rooftop restaurant offers cuisine that combines Caribbean, South American, French, and Asian flavors.

Key features:

  • Rooftop bar
  • Lounge with plunge pool
  • Onsite restaurant

This resort focuses on lounging and relaxing throughout the day in the company of your lover. Even though it doesn’t offer many onsite amenities, they are enough to unwind and rejuvenate during your stay.

Key features:

  • Infinity pool
  • Parties with a Dj
  • Multiple seating areas for socializing
  • Off-site excursions and day trips

Excellence Oyster Bay

* Best for couples looking for a secluded and intimate resort
Photo credits: Excellence Oyster Bay
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $500/per night

Excellence Oyster Bay located near the Montego Bay airport, is perfect for couples looking for tranquility and relaxation. This adults-only resort offers rooms packed with top-level amenities, private balconies, romantic dècor, and even private pools.

Across the property, you can find a luxurious spa with couple’s treatments, a vast range of restaurants, a fitness center, and multiple bars.

This beautiful resort located on its own private peninsula offers various room types. Nevertheless, the fantastic amenities and gorgeous décor is present across all room types. The main differences are in the villas where you have larger rooms, private butler service, and plunge pools.

Key features:

  • Private balconies
  • King size beds
  • Living rooms
  • Top-notch technology
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Free Wi-Fi

Dining ranges from lobster and Asian cuisine to steakhouse and buffet. You and your partner can reserve romantic candle-lit dinners or gaze at each other while sipping cocktails at one of the bars.

Key features:

  • Multiple restaurants
  • Bars and lounges
  • Private clubs

This resort is designed seamlessly to find every facility without leaving the property. From onsite games to water sports, you can enjoy every activity in this resort.

Key features:

  • Multiple swimming pools
  • Beach access
  • Snorkeling
  • Deep-sea fishing
  • Yoga classes
  • Table tennis
  • Spa and fitness center
  • Nightclub
  • Off-site day trips and excursions

Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort Aruba

* Best for sophisticated couples
Photo credits: Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort Aruba
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $679/per night

Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort is located on Eagle Beach and offers a lovely getaway for couples. The resort exudes a tranquil island vibe with modern touches. Bucuti & Tara resort is nothing but romantic.

This four-diamond resort has 45 suite rooms and 59 guest rooms.  The rooms are polished and contemporary, with a little mix of dark furnishings and vibrant pops of color. The accommodations are separated into four types, yet all are spacious, airy, and nothing short of perfect.

Key features:

  • Large balconies
  • Living rooms
  • Dining rooms
  • Kitchens
  • Free WiFi
  • Smart TV
  • Air-conditioning
  • Minibars
  • King or queen-sized beds

Bucuti and Tara resort offers delicious dishes that can be enjoyed in an open-air restaurant with unlimited options. At the restaurants, you can find tasty 5-8 course meals.

Key features:

  • Two restaurants
  • Breakfast buffet
  • Bars
  • Vegan and vegetarian options

The real draw is the stunning beach, which is kept immaculate by the staff. Bucuti & Tara also has a spa for couples’ treatment and other facilities to complete your romantic getaway.

Key features:

  • Wellness program
  • Non -motorized water sports
  • 24-hour fitness center
  • Spa
  • Pool and hot tub
  • Direct beach access
  • Off-site day trips and excursion
  • Beauty salon

Windhoek Resort Bonaire

* Best for eco-friendly vacationers
Photo credits: Windhoek Resort Bonaire
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $242/per night

Located in one of Bonaire’s most upscale neighborhoods, Windhoek Resort Bonaire is a four-star luxury eco-resort. A few minutes away, you will find the spectacular diving spots, the windsurfing beach Sorobon, and the kiteboarding beach Atlantis.

The combination of modern comfort and casual atmosphere is perfect for a relaxing vacation at this resort. The resort offers six rooms spread out in villas.

Key features:

  • Private swimming pools
  • Free welcome drink
  • Free WiFi
  • Spacious bathroom
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Living rooms
  • Dining rooms
  • Outdoor patios

For dining and drinks, you have a lounge and bar available to you. In addition, you can make your own meal in the en-suite kitchens.

Key features:

  • Outside BBQ
  • Bar
  • Lounge

You will find lovely amenities that are somewhat not usual for a typical resort on the resort’s exterior. Nevertheless, the chic ambiance and facilities are what allures guests here. In addition, nearby you can find fun adventures and exciting activities.

Key features:

  • Kite sports
  • Pool with sunbeds
  • A BBQ with dining area
  • Nearby beach
  • Windsurf sports
  • Trendy beach clubs

Best Caribbean Resorts for Couples

Are you looking for some adult time away from the kids or a passionate getaway with your significant other?

When it comes to romantic beach getaways, the Caribbean all-inclusive resorts for couples make a list’s top. Picture unbroken leisure, ideological backgrounds, adrenaline-pumping activities, natural wonders, genuine island friendliness, and miles of blue waters and white beaches.

Couples vacationing in the Caribbean opt for all-inclusive resorts for apparent advantages: you do not have to sign a bill at every turn. Everything is already taken care of for you. You can massage together, indulge in sunset cocktails, and dine lavishly at restaurants offering delectable Caribbean, Mediterranean, Thai and Japanese cuisines.

So many dreamy and romantic Caribbean resorts are perfect for couples, ranging from the highly ultra-luxe to the very budget-friendly. Have your pick at the best all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean for couples, and you’ll get all that and more.

Rendezvous, St. Lucia

* Best for an intimate adults-only vacation
Photo credits: Rendezvous, St. Lucia
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $710/per night

Rendezvous is a secluded adults-only resort that offers all-inclusive packages for the perfect romantic getaway.  Set on a beach, this resort has up to 100 accommodations and elegant amenities fit for couples.

Rendezvous Resort offers 65 rooms and 35 suites, all of them decorated in a gorgeous style and spacious. Although they are various in size, the amenities and perks are similar.

Key features:

  • King or queen-sized beds
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Private balconies
  • Dining and living areas
  • Flat-screen TVs
  • iPod docks and free WiFi
  • Minibars

Dining is never an issue at this resort as you have three restaurants at your disposal, all serving multicultural dishes. In addition, the bars serve premium liquor, and everything is included in the all-inclusive package.

Key features:

  • Three restaurants
  • Breakfast buffet
  • Two bars

All facilities at this are oriented towards romance. You and your loved one can arrange couple’s treatments at the spa, book a double lounger at the pool or take a stroll down the beach.

Key features:

  • Land sports
  • Non-motorized water sports
  • Nightly entertainment
  • Two tennis courts
  • Spa & fitness center
  • Fitness and dance classes
  • Archery
  • Lazy river
  • Multiple pools

La Concha Renaissance San Juan Resort, Puerto Rico

* Best for couples looking for a quiet, romantic getaway
Photo credits: La Concha Renaissance San Juan Resort, Puerto Rico
Average Rating:
4.4/5
Average Price: $505/per night

This all-inclusive resort is known as a hot spot in San Juan among tourists. La Concha Renaissance San Juan Resort offers various venues that serve multicultural dishes, scattered across the property where you can find multiple bars. There are many wonders of the Caribbean sea that you can explore through all kinds of aquatic sports.

La Concha offers 232 spacious rooms separated into two towers, The Ocean Tower and The Suite Tower. The interior is sleek, bright, and airy, packed with great amenities and the suites come with kitchenettes, larger rooms, and living rooms.

Key features:

  • King-size beds
  • Living and dining areas
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • High-tech appliances
  • Private balconies
  • Kitchenettes
  • Mini-fridges

The resort offers a range of onsite dining venues that serve multicultural dishes. You have options like a sushi bar, a high-end Italian restaurant, and various eateries. In addition, drinks are served at multiple locations across the property, including the onsite casino.

Key features:

  • Breakfast buffet
  • Poolside service
  • Lobby bar
  • Four restaurants
  • Café

La Concha Renaissance resort offers many amenities for its guests. You will find plenty of things to do or to go to pass the time. For sure, this resort is on the party side, so be prepared to dance your heart out by the beach, gamble till you drop at the casino, and in the morning rest on a lounger by the pool.

Key features:

  • Three outdoor pools
  • Casino
  • Spa & fitness center
  • Non-motorized water sports
  • Beach access
  • Nightly entertainment
  • Off-site excursions and day trips
  • Nearby shopping stores

The Sonesta Ocean Point Resort, Saint Martin

* Best for beach-party lovers
Photo credits: The Sonesta Ocean Point Resort, Saint Martin
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $509/per night

The Sonesta Ocean Point Resort is perfect for guests looking to party. The Maho Village provides a high-energy setting. The direct access to the beach allows sunbathing by the crystal clear waters or setting ventures into aquatic activities.

This all-inclusive luxury resort offers 129 bright, spacious rooms. All accommodations are decorated in welcoming blue and white hues, have unique furnishing, and are overall cozy.

Key features:

  • Private balconies
  • Minibars
  • Couches and sofas
  • Small dining areas
  • Kitchens available in suites
  • Large bathrooms

Although this resort has only one restaurant, the cuisine is top-notch and highly regarded. The dishes served are mainly Mediterranean, with both a la carte and buffet options.

Key features:

  • Clifftop restaurant
  • Lounge bar
  • Lobby bar

Sonesta Ocean Point Resort offers a great list of amenities, with the possibility of using those that are available at the nearby sister property. Whether it’s gambling at the casino, socializing at the bar, or hopping to the gym next door, you’ll always have something to do here.

Key features:

  • Three outdoor pools
  • Casino
  • Non-motorized water sports
  • Spa services
  • Fitness center
  • Beach access
  • Nightclub

Sandals Emerald Bay

* Best for romantic getaway in luxury beachfront setting
Photo credits: Sandals Emerald Bay
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $1089/per night

This Bahamas resort, nestled deep beneath the picturesque seas of the Exumas, mixes unrivaled luxury to the easy-going flow of the Bahamian Out Islands. It is an exclusive enclave meant to make you feel like you’re the only one there.

This 500-acre resort provides 245 superbly equipped luxury rooms ranging from beachfront villas to lovely bay house settings, all located along a mile-long length of white sand beach on Emerald Bay.

Key features:

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathtub
  • Butler Elite Service
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • HD Smart TV w/ Cable
  • Hair Dryer
  • His & Hers Bath Vanities
  • In-Room Bar w/ Premium Liquor
  • In-Room Electronic Safe
  • Pillow Menu
  • Plush His & Hers Robes
  • Red Lane Spa Amenity Kit

There’s something for anyone’s taste at Sandals Emerald Bay, whether you’re looking for a night of exquisite dining, the casual elegance of oceanside dining, a refined afternoon tea, or a boisterous night in an authentic English pub.

Key features:

  • 11 Restaurants
  • 6 bars
  • Swim-up bar,
  • Unlimited premium spirits

The resort has three magnificent pools and eleven great restaurants, all nestled amid 500 tropical acres along a magnificent mile-long coastline.

The beach at Emerald Bay is one of the most beautiful in the area, and you can easily spend an entire day sunbathing in the sand and swimming in the clear blue sea.

Then, tee off on the Greg Norman-designed 18-hole championship golf course that surrounds the circumference of this picturesque peninsula overlooking the Caribbean and has hosted PGA tournaments.

Key features:

  • Four Outdoor pools
  • Whirlpools
  • Red Lane® Spa
  • Fitness center
  • Water sports
  • PADI dive center
  • Greg Norman golf course
  • Tennis
  • Nightly entertainment

Ka'ana Boutique Resort

* Best for an active honeymoon
Photo credits: Ka'ana Boutique Resort
Average Rating:
4.9/5
Average Price: $660/per night

Western Belize’s top resort, delivering a level of customized attention and facilities never seen before in the region. Guests can use Ka’ana as an ultra-luxurious and exclusive outpost because of the adjacent cultural, historical, and eco-adventure activities.

The 17 air-conditioned rooms at Ka’ana Resort include iPod docking stations and minibars. The rooms have access to furnished patios.

Each apartment is equipped and decorated uniquely. Memory foam mattresses are used in the beds. Premium cable channels are available on televisions. Showers, bathrobes, and hairdryers are available in the bathrooms.

Key features:

  • Private bathrooms
  • Tile / marble floor
  • Bath/shower
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Allergy-free room
  • Air conditioning
  • Additional bathroom
  • Minibar
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Walk-in shower

Elegant interior and relaxing patio dining are available at Ka’ana’s La Ceiba Restaurant. Sean Kuylen, the executive chef, focuses on modernizing native cuisine to produce distinctive, delicious meals that reflect the diverse areas of Belize and can satisfy even the most discriminating palates.

Key features:

  • Craft cocktails with local vibes
  • Wine Cellar
  • Organic Garden
  • Destination Dining

Ka’ana’s infinity pool is surrounded by thick greenery as if it were on the fringes of the Belizean jungle. Holistic treatments and massage are among the spa’s offerings. Local activities include fishing, canoeing, hiking, diving, horseback riding, and snorkeling.

Key features:

  • Spa
  • Free parking
  • Yoga classes
  • Hot tub
  • Infinity pool
  • Plunge pool
  • Horseback riding
  • Canoeing offsite
  • Entertainment staff

All-Inclusive Honeymoon Resorts In The Caribbean

When picking a honeymoon destination, there is nothing as remarkable as the Caribbean. After months of planning your wedding, an all-inclusive honeymoon in the Caribbean guarantees lots of post-wedding sun and sand for the ‘just married.’

Being close to the United States, the Caribbean islands are easily accessible and inexpensive compared to other options. They are also gorgeously warm all year round – full of blissful honeymoon goodness.

The best Caribbean honeymoon resorts are designed to give you a spectacular romantic experience with plenty of choices.

If you want that extra peace of mind, choosing an all-inclusive honeymoon resort in the Caribbean is even better. Having everything rolled into one single price for the whole trip will allow you to fully relax with your significant other and create memories for a lifetime.

Here are our picks for the best resorts in the Caribbean you should consider if you’re planning your honeymoon.

Sandals Grande St. Lucian

* Best for young honeymooners
Photo credits: Sandals Grande St. Lucian
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $1699/per night

The newest of the three Sandals resorts and the only one with overwater bungalows, Sandals Grande St. Lucian, is the most sought-after honeymoon resort in St. Lucia. The resort offers 301 accommodations and an enviable list of amenities.

Sandals Grande offers 301 accommodations, including the spectacular overwater bungalows, which are separated into 16 different categories across three levels. You can find excellent amenities and perks in each room, and for maximum privacy, you can book the overwater bungalows that come with private butler service.

Key features:

  • King size beds
  • Seating areas
  • Private balconies, patios, or swim-up platforms
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Outdoor showers
  • Hammocks
  • Plunge pools
  • Air conditioning
  • Coffee/tea makers
  • Butler service
  • Mini-fridges

You and your loved one will never be left hungry at this resort. Sandals Grande provides multiple restaurants with diverse cuisine, lounges for light snacks and buffets. In addition, there are a couple of bars scattered across the property.

Key features:

  • 12 restaurants and eateries with international dishes
  • Lounge
  • Late-night buffet
  • Swim-up bar
  • British Pub

While staying at Sandals Grande, every day will be an opportunity for new experiences. The beachfront location offers scuba diving and snorkeling activities, and the expansive grounds are dotted with facilities like a gorgeous spa and various sports courts.

Key features:

  • Beach access
  • Non-motorized water sports
  • Spa & fitness center
  • Four pool areas
  • Overwater wedding chapel
  • Hot tubs
  • Volleyball court

Park Hyatt St. Kitts

* Best for a luxurious honeymoon
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Average Rating:
4.8/5
Average Price: $940/per night

Park Hyatt St. Kitts is a luxurious adults-only resort that presents an unmatched experience to its visitors and is set in one of the most beautiful locations. The resort overlooks crystal clear waters facing the Narrows, which connects St.Kitts with Nevis.

Park Hyatt St. Kitts has 126 rooms and suites that are decorated in a perfect blend of contemporary architecture and colonial-inspired style that pay homage to the rich culture of St.Kitts. In addition, the upscale amenities just elevate your whole experience.

Key features:

  • Private balconies
  • Rooftop suites with private pools
  • King or queen-sized beds
  • Flat-screen TVs
  • Free WiFi
  • Ocean or garden views
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Air-conditioning
  • Espresso machines

This lavish resort offers gourmet dining and premium drinks across multiple venues. The award-winning restaurants prepare international and traditional dishes.

Key features:

  • Three restaurants
  • Three bars
  • Lounges
  • Breakfast buffet

Park Hyatt St. Kitts guarantees a relaxing and fun honeymoon. Book a couples’ massage, lounge by the pool, or dive headfirst into the various water sports.

Key features:

  • Beach access
  • Two pools with loungers
  • Spa & fitness center
  • Non-motorized water sports
  • Off-site excursions and day trips
  • Yoga and meditation classes
  • Nightly entertainment

Jade Mountain Resort

* Best for honeymooners looking for privacy and luxury
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Average Rating:
4.9/5
Average Price: $1815/per night

Jade Mountain Resort is hands down the most romantic adults-only resort in the Caribbean and the World. This architectural marvel is eco-friendly and offers 29 “sanctuaries” with amenities and perks that can’t be found in another resort.

The serene and idyllic accommodations called sanctuaries are enormous and divided into five categories: Sun, Star, Moon, Sky, and Galaxy. Views are breathtaking, and amenities are never lacking.

Key features:

  • Lounge area
  • Dining table
  • Minibar
  • Coffee/tea makers
  • Infinity pool
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Whirlpool tub and walk-in showers
  • No technology

The resort has only one restaurant onsite that cooks up international dishes. Yet, guests have access to the nearby Anse Chastanet Resort, which offers numerous restaurants with multicultural cuisine. For drinks, there is a sky lounge that serves premium liquor.

Key features:

  • One restaurant
  • One bar
  • Room service

Jade Mountain Resort is an expert for couple’s activities. Join a yoga class, explore the hiking trails, go on an off-site tour, and fill your honeymoon with one-of-a-kind memories.

Key features:

  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa & fitness center
  • Yoga classes
  • Hiking trails
  • Mountain biking
  • Escorted tours
  • Access to the beach from sister property next door
  • Non-motorized water sports

COMO Parrot Cay

* Best for a beach honeymoon
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Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $2285/per night

COMO Parrot Cay is an ultra-luxurious honeymoon resort set on a private island that is reachable only by boat. The 75 room resort has to be the most lavish property in Turks and Caicos. Overall, the resort exudes a Balinese atmosphere and décor, provides maximum privacy, and is nothing short of perfect for honeymooners.

The 75 rooms at Parrot Cay are divided into two categories; Standard Studios and Private villas. The suites resemble more to standard hotel rooms, while the villas are bigger; have private pools and multiple rooms. The interior throughout all room types is in a neutral tone with beach decorations and chic amenities.

Key features:

  • Four-poster beds
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Outdoor showers
  • Private balconies
  • Outdoor living spaces
  • Private pools
  • Butler service at villas
  • Kitchens at villas
  • Mini-fridges
  • Flat-screen TVs
  • Free Wi-Fi

During your stay at Parrot Cay, you can always expect excellent dining. The onsite restaurants serve a mix of Mediterranean, Caribbean and South-Asian dishes, while the bars offer only the best drinks.

Key features:

  • Two restaurants
  • Buffet
  • Bar

This resort aims to reset and rejuvenate your mind and body. Almost all amenities are designed to guarantee you leave your honeymoon as relaxed as possible and ready to dive into marital waters.

Key features:

  • World-renowned spa center
  • Fitness center
  • Infinity pool
  • Beach access
  • Tennis court
  • Yoga classes
  • Off-site boat trips

Peter Island Resort & Spa

* Best for party-going honeymooners
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Average Rating:
4.6/5
Average Price: $735/per night

Located in the British Virgin Islands, Peter Island Resort & Spa is set on a private island and one of the honeymoon resorts that offer an authentic island experience. Peter Island Resort & Spa is the best destination for your honeymoon, with five beaches, gourmet cuisine, and accommodations with breathtaking views.

Due to renovation, at this time, the resort is not accepting reservations for future stays.

The accommodations are spacious, homey, and with exclusive upscale amenities. You can book a suite or opt for a villa if you want to experience true luxury. The interior is a blend of tropical hues and rustic chic details that give you that warm and calm atmosphere. Although they vary in size, even the smallest rooms are big and airy.

Key features:

  • King size beds
  • Living room areas
  • Private balconies
  • iPod docks, flat-screen TVs, free WiFi
  • Outdoor patios
  • Mini-fridges
  • Kitchens
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Sundecks
  • Wet bars
  • Personal staff

Exceptional food, an exquisite wine room, and open-air restaurants await all Peter Island Resort & Spa visitors. The friendly Caribbean crew serves classic yet contemporary elegant charm, fusing Asian and Italian culinary influences.

Key features:

  • Two Restaurants
  • Lounge
  • Private Beach Dining

Relax on one of the five gorgeous beaches, get some exercise on kayaks, sailboats, or paddleboards, or visit the Paradise Watersports diving shop for an underwater experience.

At Peter Island’s 10,000-square-foot Spa, you’ll find everything you need for your mind, body, and soul. Ten indoor treatment rooms and couple’s suites are available.

Enjoy a beach volleyball, basketball, or tennis game while relaxing by the pool or working out at the 24-hour fitness facility.

Key features:

  • Spa
  • Scuba
  • Hiking
  • Diving
  • Fitness
  • Tennis

All-Inclusive Beach Resorts in the Caribbean

The Caribbean islands are the place to visit when you think about dreamy beach escapes, clear turquoise waters, radiating sands, and rustling palms.

Choosing to stay at one of the best all-inclusive beach resorts in the Caribbean is an ideal way to explore these vibrant islands and experience the perfect beach escape.

The best Caribbean beach resorts are seamlessly designed to give you the aquatic experience while boasting fantastic architecture and desirable amenities.

With plenty of options, we’ve hand-picked the top Caribbean beach resorts to help you find suitable one for your next getaway to this paradise.

Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort

* Best for couples looking for island seclusion
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Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $1230/per night

Viceroy is located between St. Lucia’s famous volcanic peaks called Pitons and right on one of the island’s best beaches. Set at a tranquil and chill place, this resort is perfect for couples and families.

Viceroy has managed to maintain its history and colonial charm. Seventy-nine rooms have the same crisp aesthetic: white walls and furnishings with a splash of colorful paintings from local artists. The rooms vary in size but rest assured, luxury and comfort are available in all of them.

Key features:

  • Flat-screen TV’s
  • Dining area
  • Air Conditioning
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Additional bathroom
  • Walk-in shower

Viceroy keeps the culinary program at a very high standard. There are meal plans to help keep the cost at check, which is excellent for families, and the all-inclusive plan covers all meals and house brand spirits.

Key features:

  • Three gourmet restaurants
  • One coffee bar
  • Multiple bars and lounge

Viceroy resort offers plenty of beach activities to keep you busy throughout your stay for people who love the active lifestyle. The sports and fitness facilities are deemed the best on the island.

Key features:

  • Tennis court
  • ATV biking
  • Hiking
  • Shopping
  • Rustic Plantation tour
  • Spa
  • Fitness center
  • Private pools

Cap Juluca, A Belmond Hotel, Anguilla

* Best for barefoot luxury
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Average Rating:
4.8/5
Average Price: $1213/per night

Cap Juluca is located in the Eastern Caribbean and is known for its slow vibes and peaceful life. This resort is a dream-like escape from reality.

Cap Juluca has 129 rooms with private balconies. It also offers multi-bedroom villas, perfect for families and groups of friends. The rooms are spacious, decorated with laid-back island-like decor.

Key features:

  • Allergy-free rooms
  • Air-conditioning
  • Sofa bed
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • TV
  • Dining area

Belmond Cap Juluca offers several excellent restaurants. From breakfast buffets to authentic Caribbean delicacies, there’s a place for every taste.

Key features:

  • Two restaurants
  • Lounge
  • Pool terrace
  • Rustic bar

This resort offers you an array of activities. Here you can enjoy all kinds of water and land sports. From relaxing at the famous Arawak Spa to scuba diving, the resort has something for everyone.

Key features:

  • Water sports
  • Land sports
  • Golf course
  • Spa
  • Infinity pool
  • Fitness room

The Crane Resort

* Best for those looking for a secluded sanctuary
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Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $380/per night

The Crane is located on the southeast coast of the island. Its isolated position makes it ideal for a peaceful and relaxing vacation. The resort is notable for many reasons, like its massive size, apartment-style rooms, and diverse culinary.

The Crane offers suites with ocean and garden views and penthouses. The rooms are elegant, with dark wood floors and mahogany furniture.

Key features:

  • Seating area
  • Private balconies/terraces
  • Whirlpool bath
  • Full-size refrigerator
  • Ice dispenser
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Cooking and eating utensils
  • Air-conditioning
  • TV

The award-winning restaurants provide a fascinating culinary journey. The restaurants offer multicultural cuisine and ambiance.

Key features:

  • Five international restaurants
  • Beach bar and grill
  • In-room dining
  • Caffe Bar
  • Cocktail bar

This resort offers a couple of onsite activities to relax, while nearby, you can find other activities to explore.

Key features:

  • Four pools
  • Jazz bar
  • Fitness center
  • Day spa
  • Tennis courts
  • Art gallery

The Ocean Club, a Four Seasons Resort

* Best for weddings with special Celebration Consultant
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Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $2200/per night

The Ocean Club is located at the stunning beach on Paradise Island. The resort is hidden away in a less crowded area. The unique property attracts many royalty members.

The Ocean Club has super luxurious, colonial-style rooms in different sizes. Besides the 105 rooms and suites, the resort also has two-bedroom garden cottages with private courtyards and plunge pools.

Key features:

  • Flat TVs
  • iHome docking stations
  • Private balconies
  • Walk-in showers
  • Living and dining areas
  • Bathrobes
  • Air-conditioning

The resort offers outdoor and indoor dining options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Another perk is that on Fridays are offered free wine hours.

Key features:

  • Multiple restaurants with international cuisine
  • Grill bar
  • Terrace Cafe
  • Lounge

The resort offers many onsite activities for the whole family. There are free yoga lessons, also the kids can join The Kids For All Seasons Club, where they are accompanied by professional staff.

Key features:

  • Infinity pool
  • Balinese-style spa
  • Kids Club
  • Fitness Center
  • Golf Club

The Palms, Turks and Caicos

* Best for a trip with the youngsters
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Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $523/per night

The Palms is located in the famous Grace Bay Area. Everything here feels very luxurious, from the slightly off-white buildings to the gardens of ivy, palms, and flowers. The resort’s backyard spills onto the soft white sand of Grace Bay Beach.

The rooms at the Palms don’t have the usual island-style decor. Instead, they opt for a sophisticated and classic look. You have the choice of either penthouse or suites, and they go up to three bedrooms.

Key features:

  • Private beach
  • Private balcony
  • Air conditioning
  • Additional bathroom
  • Kitchenette
  • Flat-screen TV

The restaurants at The Palms offer traditional cuisine from India, Europe, and The Caribbean. You can expect items such as butter-poached prawns, seafood risotto, juicy steaks, and many other delicious plates.

Key features:

  • Multiple restaurants with international cuisine
  • Poolside bars
  • Indoor and outdoor dining

The resort has a wide selection of property features. It offers many onsite amenities and facilities. Families can also take advantage of the Conch Kritter Kids Club.

Key features:

  • Private pool
  • Private beach
  • Land sports
  • Tennis court
  • Kid’s club
  • Relaxing Spa
  • Fitness center

Best All-Inclusive Golf Resorts in the Caribbean

Suppose you want to experience a tropical vacation paired with fantastic golf courses. In that case, the Caribbean is the place for you!

A golfing holiday in the Caribbean could be the ticket to improve your uphill chipping skills under the clear blue skies and swaying palm trees.

The Caribbean all-inclusive golf resorts are out of this world. Apart from the courses, they are enriched with elegant amenities, world-class facilities, and fantastic scenery.

These luxury golf resorts in the Caribbean are the best places for golfers to stay and play without paying the extra costs for cart rentals, green fees, and clubs.

Take a look at our picks as the best Caribbean golf resorts and start planning your getaway.

Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort

* Best for golf enthusiasts
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Average Rating:
4/5
Average Price: $235/per night

Divi Aruba is an all-inclusive resort that straddles the white sands of Druif Beach. All the amenities it offers are the reason it stands out. Though Divi Village is not beachfront, the property benefits from the lush green golf course, making it perfect for golf enthusiasts.

The 348 suit and villas come in studio, one, and two-bedroom options. The rooms are equipped with a king, queen, and/or sleeper sofas. The decor is very island-style.

Key features:

  • King-sized beds
  • Balconies/Patios
  • Sleeper sofas
  • Living room areas
  • Flat-screen TV’s
  • Fully equipped kitchens
  • Air-conditioning
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Free WiFi
  • Minibars

Here you can find two restaurants with views. All of the suites have fully equipped kitchens. Also, there are three dining options with contemporary cuisine.

Key features:

  • Two restaurants
  • Cafe bar that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the poolside

All-inclusive options at this resort offer the possibility to use the amenities from the sister resorts like Tamarijn and Divi Aruba. Guests have a wide range of activities provided onsite and at the neighboring Divi resorts.

Key features:

  • Spa and fitness center
  • Nine-hole golf course
  • Non-motorized water sports
  • Casino
  • Tennis court
  • Kids’ club
  • Two pools
  • Beauty and hair salon
  • Rock climbing wall

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana

* Best for larger groups and families
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Average Rating:
4.3/5
Average Price: $550/per night

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana is an all-inclusive resort that flamboyantly boasts its magnificent golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus. If that didn’t convince you to pick Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana as your vacation destination, the resort includes 1,775 rooms, 13 swimming pools, 13 restaurants, 23 bars, a luxurious spa & fitness center, and the largest casino in the Dominican Republic.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana offers 1,775 rooms, all luxurious and spacious. The accommodations are separated into suite types that vary in size and amenities.

Key features:

  • King or queen-sized beds
  • Living rooms
  • Private balconies
  • Dual showers
  • Plush bathrobes and slippers
  • Minibars
  • Plunge pools
  • Multiple bedrooms
  • Top-notch technology

Here you have the choice to grab a quick bite at the deli or have a gourmet meal at one of the restaurants.  Given that the resort offers more than a dozen dining venues and a whopping 23 bars, you will always have a full belly and a drink in hand.

Key features:

  • 13 restaurants
  • 23 bars
  • Deli
  • Ice cream parlor
  • Market food Hall

Amenities are the little things that make a vacation unbelievable, and this resort has too many to count. From aquatic adventures to on-ground sports and rejuvenating treatments, be sure always to find something fun at this resort. Not to forget that the highlight here is the amazing 18-hole golf course.

Key features:

  • 18 hole golf course
  • Spa and fitness center
  • Casino
  • 13 swimming pools
  • Beach access
  • Kids’ club and playground
  • Water slides
  • Nightly themed parties
  • Live shows
  • Yoga classes
  • Arcade rooms
  • Beauty and hair salon
  • Gift shops

The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman

* Best for travelers that want to splurge on a luxurious vacation
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Average Rating:
4.7/5
Average Price: $1139/per night

If you are looking for luxury, the RItz-Carlton is the fit for you. As the island’s most luxurious hotel, it offers a wide range of amenities and excellent first-class service. The nine-hole golf course designed by Greg Norman has to be the highlight here. If the weather is unpleasant, the guests can always use the golf simulator.

The Ritz-Carlton resort has luxurious rooms and suites for everyone’s taste.  The accommodations are styled in a traditional Caribbean décor and beach accents.

Key features:

  • Living and dining area
  • Private terrace
  • Flat-screen TVs
  • Coffee/tea makers
  • Work desks
  • Air-conditioning
  • King size beds
  • Minibars

At the Ritz-Carlton resort, the Caribbean cuisine is embraced in its own way. The seafood is locally sourced, and the pina colada by the beach is a must here.

Key features:

  • Multicultural restaurants that serve Italian, seafood, and steakhouse dishes
  • Beachside bars

Although this resort boasts impressive amenities, the main attraction, without a doubt, is the nine-hole golf course and the golf simulator. Nevertheless, even non-golf enthusiasts will find something to fill their day with.

Key features:

  • Spa & wellness center
  • Golf course
  • Non-motorized water sports
  • Wave game room
  • Five tennis and two basketball courses
  • Two pools
  • Culinary studio
  • Beach access

Bahia Beach Resort & Golf Club

* Best for travelers that want to combine their love for golf and beach fun
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Average Rating:
4.7/5
Average Price: $876/per night

Bahia Beach Resort & Golf Club is located on a pristine stretch of white-sand beach and offers private accommodations. Still, the main attraction is the 18-hole golf course, designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. The resort also offers pools, a fitness center, and four tennis courts.

Bahia Beach Resort & Golf Club offers 30 upscale private accommodations. They all have a spacious layout and impeccable amenities to make your stay as comfortable as possible. You can pick from one, two, or three-bedroom suites.

Key features:

  • Private balconies
  • Deluxe kitchens
  • Living and dining areas
  • Free WiFi
  • Flat-screen TVs
  • En-suite bathrooms with walk-in showers

There aren’t any onsite restaurants at this resort, but there is a lounge/eatery, and you can cook up your meal in your kitchen.

Key features:

  • Lounge
  • Deli-style eatery
  • Restaurants at the nearby resort

Facilities are sparse at this resort, but guests have access to the nearby St. Regis Resort and can use everything it has to offer.

Key features:

  • Golf course
  • Driving range
  • Golf shop
  • Two pools
  • Large fitness center
  • Four tennis courts

Aurora Anguilla Resort & Golf Club

* Best for couples looking for an elite getaway
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Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $999/per night

Aurora Anguilla Resort & Golf Club, located in Rendezvous Bay, is an intimate oasis that captures the Caribbean experience and will open in November 2021. The resort will offer rooms with stunning views and a relaxing spa, but the highlight will be the 18-hole golf course that spreads across 7.063 acres designed by Greg Norman.

Although the specifics of this resort are well hidden, from what we’ve heard, Aurora Anguilla Resort & Golf Club will boast 178 spacious suites decorated in gorgeous modern style and packed with upscale amenities.

Key features:

  • Private balconies
  • Room service
  • Flat-screen TVs
  • Free WiFi
  • Minibars
  • Ocean views

Dining will be left in the hands of the world-renowned Chef Abram Bissell, who will prepare American-style dishes with a Caribbean twist. All meals will be prepared al fresco with ingredients from the on-ground gardens.

Key features:

  • One restaurant
  • Lounges
  • Poolside bar
  • Breakfast buffet

Aurora Resort will boast elegant amenities as a newly renovated property, which will put the resort in its own league.

Key features:

  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa & fitness center
  • Tennis court
  • Golf course
  • Children’s playgrounds
  • Bicycle trails
  • Beach access
  • Fitness classes

Popular Islands for an
All-Inclusive Vacation in the Caribbean

While the Caribbean has 30 different island territories, thousands more islets, cays, and reefs make it challenging to choose a favorite. Generally, the Caribbean region is divided into Eastern Caribbean, Western Caribbean, and Southern Caribbean.

Each area has its unique vibe, different cultures, and beautiful islands to explore.

Eastern Caribbean

Eastern Caribbean is a region closer to the United States, and it’s only a short flight away, which makes it very popular among vacationers. There are plenty of Eastern Caribbean all-inclusive resorts to consider if you plan to visit this area.

Its proximity to the U.S. makes it a famous region for an all-inclusive getaway. There is no shortage of places you can visit with islands like The British Virgin Islands, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Turks and Caicos, and many more.

The Bahamas

Bahamas All-Inclusive Resorts

The Bahamas have a long history of being an attraction worth seeing. With over 2,000 islands and cays, the Bahamas are home to some of the World’s best beaches and top-rated Bahamas resorts. There’s plenty of activities that you can enjoy here, such as land and water sports, exploring historic and modern Nassau and World Heritage Sites, all while enjoying turquoise blue ocean views.

British Virgin Islands

British Virgin Islands All-Inclusive Resorts

This set of more than 50 islands, islets, and cays is one of the most beautiful Caribbean areas, ideal for those who want to get away and enjoy the quiet surroundings. The key islands are Tortola and Virgin Gorda, favorite cruise stops and hotspots for vacationers looking for British Virgin Islands luxury resorts. The British Virgin Islands have a unique and appealing vibe and can satisfy any vacation wish.

U.S. Virgin Islands

US Virgin Islands Resorts

Explore the vibrant multi-cultural heritage of the U.S. Virgin Islands and its exquisite cuisine and exciting calypso beat.  Luxury U.S. Virgin Islands resorts and magnificent hotels coexist with antique colonial structures in this heaven, offering everything you could want or need in a vacation paradise. And with no passport necessary for American citizens, it is a perfect destination if you want to take some time off work!

Turks & Caicos

Sapodilla Bay, Turks and Caicos

Another popular trip destination in the Eastern Caribbean, the islands that locals claim, was the first landing place of Columbus. With only eight of 40 islands that are inhibited, there are many undiscovered nooks to be explored. Each island has an individual and unique style, offering the best all-inclusive resorts in Turks and Caicos that will make your island getaway a story to tell for years.

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico All-Inclusive Resorts

Puerto Rico is a tropical paradise, with pristine beaches bordered with coconut palms, blue waters, and some outstanding Puerto Rico all-inclusive resorts. As a mix of old and new, it’s a fascinating cultural destination rather than just another tropical island paradise. Of all the Caribbean islands, some might say Puerto Rico has the most exotic aura.

Bermuda

Bermuda Resorts

Bermuda is a British overseas territory famous worldwide for its pink-sand beaches and architecture that combines contemporary attractions with maritime history. Days can be spent exploring the pink beaches, hiking through the Crystal Cave, diving into aquatic adventures, or relaxing in some of Bermuda’s best all-inclusive resorts, which there’s an abundance of.

Western Caribbean

Good weather, sunny skies, fantastic sunsets on the beach; all this enjoyment and more is waiting for you if you decide to visit some of the Western Caribbean all-inclusive resorts.

There are plenty of islands to choose from in the Western Caribbean, from Jamaica, the Dominican Republic to Belize and Costa Rica, all having their unique beauty attracting travelers each year.

Jamaica

Jamaica All Inclusive Resorts

Seemingly the focus of Caribbean clichés like Bob Marley songs performed to the rhythm of opening beer bottles, the best all-inclusive resorts in Jamaica offer everything one might dream about. And from the beaches to the food, music, and people- what’s not to love about Jamaica? Therefore Jamaica has become one of the most popular vacation spots in the western Caribbean.

The Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic All-Inclusive Resorts

Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, this tropical island is the home of the World’s best beaches and luxurious resorts. But there’s also a span of some of the best and affordable all-inclusive resorts in the Dominican Republic, giving everyone the chance to taste the Dominican gastronomy and enjoy the magnificent white beaches, rivers, and adventurous mountain ranges.

Cayman Islands

Cayman Islands Resorts

Want to know where to find the best luxury travel spots? Check out the Cayman Islands! The Cayman Islands are a group of coral islands located about 90 miles south of Cuba, and they’re one of the Caribbean’s most popular vacation destinations. This Caribbean paradise is perfect for those looking for a luxurious and relaxing vacation. The Islands will surely impress you with crystal clear waters, white-sand beaches, and world-class Cayman Islands resorts.

Belize

30 Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Belize

Belize has been nicknamed Central America’s “jewel.” The tiny, ocean-cradled country nestled between Mexico and Guatemala is a paradise for beach lovers and adventure seekers. Belize’s pristine natural splendor is home to hundreds of unique species, delectable seafood, a wealth of fascinating history, and top-rated Belize all-inclusive resorts.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica Resorts

Costa Rica’s unrivaled natural variety makes it a dream destination for eco-tourists. In contrast, its beautiful beaches and friendly people make for a pleasant vacation for those seeking sand and sun. Small, peaceful, and thriving, Costa Rica delivers stunningly diverse culture, climates, flora, fauna, and landscapes, encompassing rainforests, some top all-inclusive Costa Rica resorts along 750 miles of world-renowned Caribbean and Pacific beaches.

Southern Caribbean

Look no further than the Southern Caribbean all-inclusive resorts if you dream of a holiday consisting of palm trees, white-sand beaches, and turquoise waters.

The islands of Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, Barbados, and St. Lucia, among the many, are exclusive and exotic destinations that attract any traveler.

One of the numerous advantages of the Southern Caribbean is that the islands are outside of the Caribbean hurricane belt, ensuring that you will be safe from a significant storm.

Anguilla

Anguilla All-Inclusive Resorts

This delightful island offers powdery white beaches, clear aquamarine water, picturesque views, and stunning Anguilla all-inclusive resorts. Anguilla has a rich history, and the island is home to many century-old shipwrecks. Boat racing is a MUST on this island, seeing that it’s their national sport.

Antigua & Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda Resorts

Imagine a place where you can have 365 beaches to explore in just one lifetime. That kind of vacation paradise awaits on Antigua and Barbuda, whose shores are dotted with incredible Antigua and Barbuda all-inclusive resorts. The islands are picture-perfect with undulating hills, lovely coves, and magnificent vistas. A vacation here promises an island paradise with a beautiful blue sky, white sand beaches, and charming old harbors to explore.

Aruba

Aruba Resorts

Aruba is considered the happiest and sunniest island of the Caribbean. It is perfect for visiting all year round with the least rainy days on average than all other nearby islands. Aruba all-inclusive resorts offer perfectly encaptured traditional Caribbean vibe and culture. Renowned for its mix of sandy coastal stretches near Oranjestad, Aruba also has plenty of natural wonders to be discovered, such as rock pools, caves, and volcanic lava formations.

Bonaire

Bonaire Resorts

If you’re looking for an island escape that’s luxurious, relaxed, and unspoiled, Bonaire should be at the top of your list. This small Dutch territory in the Caribbean is home to some of the most beautiful Bonaire resorts and offers plenty of activities for adventurous travelers and beach bums alike. Bonaire is the ultimate playground for fans of all things aquatic, with a wonderfully steady tropical climate moderated by Atlantic trade breezes. From scuba diving, snorkeling, and fishing to sea kayaking, this small piece of tropical paradise will leave those of you who visit with magnificent memories to recall for years.

Curacao

Curacao Resorts

Curaçao is an island country located in the southern Caribbean Sea. It’s known for its white-sand beaches, coral reefs, and multicultural heritage. Curaçao is a popular tourist destination for luxury travelers who want to experience the Caribbean’s natural beauty and diverse culture. Whether you’re interested in soaking up the sun on the beach, diving into the ocean’s depths to explore coral reefs, or unwinding at a Curaçao all-inclusive resort,  the island has something for everyone.

St. Barts

St. Barts All-Inclusive Resorts

St. Barts is considered one of the most elite and expensive island in the Caribbean, and it truly lives up to its name. It has 22 pristine beaches, designer shops, elegant restaurants, and all-inclusive St. Barts resorts that will leave you speechless.

St. Kitts & Nevis

St. Kitts and Nevis All-Inclusive Resorts

St. Kitts offers its visitors an authentic island experience. With lush rainforests, St. Kitts and Nevis’s all-inclusive resorts, rich culture, and sceneries like no other place, this island is the perfect destination for a tropical vacation. Every day you will have a new adventure to experience, and the friendly inhabitants will make you want to stay forever.

St. Martin/Maarten

St. Martin All-Inclusive Resorts

The island of Sint Maarten and Saint Martin tucked away in a little corner of the Caribbean, is the world’s smallest land region split into two states. St. Martin provides a unique combination of European culture, some of the greatest food in the area, in addition to the traditional Caribbean beauty you’d expect to find here. The island of Sint Maarten is famous for its beaches, casinos, rum-fueled nightlife, and its St. Maarten all-inclusive resorts.

St. Lucia

St. Lucia Resorts

St Lucia is one of the most stunning islands in the Southern Caribbean. Its lush scenery, prominent twin Piton peaks, tropical rainforest, and remarkable waterfalls make it the perfect tropical getaway. But, the top all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia are a must to mention as a highlight. They are beautifully designed and packed with elegant amenities. The key tourist areas are at Rodney Bay in the flatter north of the island, noted for its vast curving sandy beach and a short distance from the capital Castries, where the cruise ships dock.

St. Vincent & The Grenadines

St. Vincent and the Grenadines Resorts

Imagine a place where the air is so sweet, your lungs feel like they’re being massaged with each breath. A place where the water is so clear, you can see the fish swimming below as if you’re floating on a cloud. This is St. Vincent & The Grenadines. These lovely islands, known for their pristine natural beauty, offer tropical rainforest and powdery white-sand beaches, making them ideal for nature hikes and watersports. Plus, with a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere in St. Vincent resorts, you’ll feel right at home on your holiday!

Montserrat

Montserrat Resorts

Montserrat is a small island in the British West Indies, and it’s a great place to visit if you’re looking for some tropical paradise. Montserrat has something to offer everyone with its lush vegetation, sandy beaches, and friendly locals. Plus, as a luxury traveler, you’ll appreciate the many high-end Montserrat resorts and restaurants available on the island. If you’re looking for an exotic destination off the beaten path, be sure to add Montserrat to your list!

Dominica

Dominica All-Inclusive Resorts

Dominica, a beautiful Caribbean island surrounded to the north by Guadeloupe and to the south by Martinique, is a sensory delight. It is an excellent destination for luxury travelers who want to get away from it all and enjoy peace and tranquility at an all-inclusive resort in Dominica. There are plenty of activities to keep you busy in Dominica, including hiking, swimming, diving, and fishing. So if you’re looking for a beautiful place to relax and rejuvenate, be sure to add Dominica to your travel list!

Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe Resorts

Guadeloupe is a French overseas department located on the Lesser Antilles, consisting of seven islands. In addition to its natural beauty, Guadeloupe offers plenty of cultural attractions, including old colonial towns, Creole villages, and fantastic Guadeloupe resorts. The unique blend of Creole culture, magnificent beaches, and simply outstanding French cuisine that visitors can experience on Guadeloupe’s island will leave them coming back for more.

Martinique

Martinique Resorts

Is Martinique on your list of places to travel? If not, it should be! This beautiful island is located in the eastern Caribbean and offers a wealth of activities and attractions for luxury travelers. Known as the Caribbean’s Paris, the island combines Parisian style with West Indian Creole culture to produce a one-of-a-kind island experience. And not only that; its French colonial charm can be seen in the remarkable Martinique all-inclusive resorts!

Grenada

Grenada Resorts

Grenada could be just what you’re searching for if you want to spend a week or two on a relaxing tropical island. To begin with, it features a lot of beautiful, soft-sand beaches. It’s also incredibly scenic, with a mountainous and lush interior. The island is ideal for a couple of leisurely days of touring, waterfalls, rainforests, chocolate, nutmeg, and rum factories, among the highlights. In addition, Grenada’s all-inclusive resorts are a bonus, as they all have chic architecture, elegant amenities, and a welcoming staff.

Barbados

Barbados Resorts

Barbados is located at the Caribbean’s Lesser Antilles. This island is inhabited by Barbados’ best resorts whose sole goal is to make your experience here the best. The Crop Over festival is Barbados’s most famous event. It’s a traditional celebration of the end of the sugar season. The best time to travel to Barbados is during this festival. It lasts for five weeks and features many carnival shows, colorful parades, and calypso concerts.

Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago Resorts

Picture this: You’re sitting on a white-sand beach, toes in the sand and a drink in your hand. The sun is shining, and the waves are crashing ashore. You might be thinking that this sounds like a perfect day, and you’d be right! But what you may not know is that you can find this paradise in the all-inclusive resorts in Trinidad and Tobago. This small country has it all – from beaches to rain forests to lively cities. So if you’re looking for an unforgettable travel experience, Trinidad & Tobago should be at the top of your list!

Popular Activities in The Caribbean

White sandy beach in Cap Cana, Dominican Republic
White sandy beach in Cap Cana, Dominican Republic

Due to the vast size of the Caribbean island, it offers so many activities that go beyond just walking through your resort or lounging by the beach. Explore the culture, tasty the traditional dishes, and see the wonders that are hidden on this paradise island.

  • Explore the historic city of St. John’s in Antigua

St. John’s provides visitors with many opportunities to learn about its rich history while also exploring other parts of Antigua that are not far from this historic town. You can explore the area’s architectural heritage or visit one of its many coffee plantations and taste some freshly brewed coffee made right at your table.

  • Visit rum distilleries and learn the Caribbean history

A tour of a rum distillery is an experience like no other. You’ll explore Caribbean history and come to understand why this drink has become so popular in the region. With every step you take, you will notice new insights into what it takes to produce some of the world’s best rums, as well as local favorites such as Mount Gay Rum, Appleton Estate Rum, and more.

  • Glide with bamboo rafts down Martha Brae River in Jamaica

Rafting down the Martha Brae River in Jamaica is fun and exhilarating to experience the Caribbean’s gorgeous ecosystem. The river is located in the Trelawny Parish, and it is known for its gentle current and serene beauty. The bamboo rafts are large and comfortable, and they provide a relaxing ride down the river.

  • Snorkel and deep dive in the crystal-clear Caribbean waters

Have you ever wanted to see the world from a new perspective? If so, then snorkeling might be just the thing for you. The Caribbean is home to some of the most beautiful and untouched coral reefs in the world. It’s an excellent way to get up close and personal with nature while also doing your part for conservation! The possibilities are endless for exploring underwater worlds – there’s always something new around every corner or under every rock!

  • Swim with pigs in the Bahamas

This is an excellent opportunity for people who are looking to try something new and exciting. Swimming with pigs can teach many life lessons, such as patience and empathy. The animals are surprisingly clean and intelligent, making them perfect companions for anyone interested in observing nature up close and personal.

Need to Know/FAQ

Climate

The Caribbean climate is tropical, which means it is warm to hot all year round, with one or two distinct wet seasons.

Timezone

There are two time zones in most of the islands in The Caribbean region. From West to East, the islands observe Central Daylight Time (UTC-5) and Eastern Daylight Time(UTC-4).

Language

The Caribbean has six official languages: English, Spanish, French, Dutch, Haitian creole, and a Portuguese-Spanish-based creole language.

Currency

The East Caribbean dollar, the United States dollar, and the euro are the most widely used currencies across the Caribbean.

Average Flight Time

The average flight time to the Caribbean islands varies based on your starting point. If you're flying to the islands in the Eastern and Western parts of the Caribbean, your flight will be 1 - 5 hours. However, islands located in the Southern Caribbean will have longer flight times ranging from 6 - 9 hours from the U.S.

Fun Fact

The Caribbean region is home to the world's tiniest shared landmass, the island of St. Maarten/St. Martin measuring just 87 square kilometers and shared by two countries. The Collectivité de Saint-Martin, which is controlled by the French, controls the northern part. Sint Maarten, the southern half, is one of the four countries that make up the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

What are the entry requirements for visiting the Caribbean?

The U.S. Department of State has mandated that all visitors to the Caribbean who enter by air or sea be in possession of a valid passport and an onward ticket if traveling by air. The entry requirements may vary slightly depending on which island you are visiting, but it is essential to always check with local Caribbean authorities before your trip.

The same applies to entry restrictions and travel requirements regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. You should check the official website about the specific travel regulations depending on the Caribbean Island you’re traveling to.

When is the best time to visit the Caribbean?

The Caribbean region is a destination that can be visited all year round. With warm, sunny environment with temperatures in the low 70s F during winter and mid-to-upper 80’s F in the summer. The peak season lasts from December until April, when it is at its hottest!

The hurricane season lasts from late June through November. However, depending on which island you want to visit and what you want to experience, the best months to visit may vary!

How safe is it to travel to the Caribbean?

To ensure your safety, we recommend that you minimize wandering into unknown and isolated areas. Make sure to keep track of all documents while in this country so you won’t lose them!

Should you require assistance, there are tourist police and are more trustworthy than the private police department. Every resort provides round-the-clock security to ensure that all guests are safe. We recommend that you follow the same safety precautions as you do at home.

What is the best way to get around the Caribbean islands?

Within the islands, transportation is generally straightforward, but it can be costly at times. Taxis are usually a safe option, but you should use the same caution you would at home. Many islands have local buses that are a cheap alternative, but you may have to ask around to figure out the schedules and routes.

The Caribbean is unlike any other place on the planet. It will entice you to return again and again. You can choose from a wide range of luxurious boutique hotels, adult-only retreats, and all-inclusive family-friendly resorts.

The Caribbean all-inclusive resort list is extensive and has something to offer everyone.

We’ve got you covered whether you want to snorkel in Barbados, lay your towel on a secluded beach in Antigua, or walk along the soft talcum beaches. Impressive features and facilities that go above and beyond your expectations are a specialty in the Caribbean.

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