31 Best
All-Inclusive Resorts in
St. Lucia

St. Lucia has long been a mainstream holiday destination to visit, hosting some of the best all-inclusive resorts and it is easy to see why St. Lucia is more about than just sand, sea and the sun.

The island is a stunning Caribbean oasis with its own brand of cuisine, music, cultural traditions, and heritage from French, English, African, and East Indian influences.  Young, blooming verdure, swaying palm trees, exotic banana plantations, and breathtaking coastline facing the ocean are just a couple of reasons that make this place so unique.

There is so much to know and love about St. Lucia, whether it is about enjoying the endless beach life, taking adventures in the rainforest, touring the countryside or exploring the mighty Pitons. 

Let’s chat about heaven! 

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Overview of St. Lucia

Soufriere Bay, St. Lucia - Photo by GOGO Vacations
Soufriere Bay, St. Lucia | Photo credit: GOGO Vacations

St. Lucia is not one island, but an archipelago of more than 7,000 islands forming a chain of volcanic isles in the Windward group jutting out from the Eastern Caribbean in the Atlantic Ocean. Formerly known as Iyonola (as native Amerindians called it) and Hewanorra (as native Caribs called it), St. Lucia is spread over an area of 238 square miles in the Lesser Antilles south of Martinique, northeast of Saint Vincent and northwest of Barbados. 

The choicest tourist destination, Saint Lucia, is teeming with magnificent streams flowing down its dreamy mountains through fertile valleys, ancient craters, and volcanoes, steaming sulfur springs and luxury holiday resorts that attract thousands of tourists round the year.

Quick Facts

St. Lucia has a tropical climate, hot throughout the year, with a fairly calm, dry season from January to mid-April; and a thick, humid rainy season from mid-June to November. The average annual temperature ranges from 70-90 °F, and the average annual rainfall is 53.6’’


The time zone is Atlantic Standard Time GMT-4


The inhabitants of St. Lucia are a mixture of various nationalities, heritages and traditions, but share a common characteristic with the surrounding island people. While English is the original St. Lucians language, a greater percentage also speaks French Patois


St. Lucia’s currency is the Eastern Caribbean dollar (EC$). US $1 roughly equals EC $2.70

Average Flight Time

New York/Newark 5 hours
Philadelphia 6 hours
Boston 6 ½ hour
Chicago 6 ½ hours
Miami 3 ½ hours
Los Angeles 8 ½ hours
(Some flights may require connections)

Fun Fact

The only drive-through volcano
Where else in the world could you park and drive alongside an active volcano? St. Lucia’s impressive geology allows tourists to quickly get up close to the boiling Sulphur Springs

Top 10 All-Inclusive Resorts in St. Lucia

As advocates of stress-free, fun holidays, we believe that your vacation should be an immersive escape into St. Lucia’s iridescent and exotic beauty. However, for an once-in-a-lifetime trip to this fantastic place, you want to be confident that you are picking the proper accommodations for you, your partner, and your family.

1. Sandals Grande

Sandals Grande St. Lucian, Gros Islet, St. Lucia - Photo by Sandals Resorts & Spa
Aerial View of Sandals Grande St. Lucian, Gros Islet, St. Lucia | Photo credit: Sandals Resorts & Spa

This resort is unique in that it offers the only overwater bungalows in St. Lucia. The beach is spectacular, and nearly every accommodation has a view of the sea. It is an all-inclusive resort in the genuine sense of the term.

2. Serenity at Coconut Bay

Serenity Pool - Photo credit Serenity at Coconut Bay
Serenity Pool | Photo credit: Serenity at Coconut Bay

Serenity is a romantic resort for all romantic events, including honeymoons, marriages, anniversaries, and those who just wish to renew the flame.

3. Jade Mountain

Exterior View - Photo credit Jade Mountain Resort
Exterior View | Photo credit: Jade Mountain Resort

Jade Mountain is without a doubt one of the Caribbean’s most sought-after resorts. With a spectacular view of St. Lucia’s famed Pitons, the resort has one of the most magnificent vistas on the island.

4. Ladera Resort

Couple enjoying the pool - Photo credit Ladera Resort
Couple enjoying the pool | Photo credit: Ladera Resort

Ladera Resort, formerly part of one of Soufrière’s oldest and most famous cocoa estates, is now St. Lucia’s most distinctive and magnificent resort. At Ladera Resort St. Lucia, you may create lifelong memories.

5. Cap Maison Resort & Spa

Beach at Cap Maison - Photo credit Cap Maison Resort
Beach at Cap Maison | Photo credit: Cap Maison Resort

Cap Maison is a luxurious boutique hotel with a stunning cliffside location.

6. Anse Chastenet

Anse Chastanet Piton Pool Suite - Casuarina - Photo Credit Anse Chastanet
Anse Chastanet Piton Pool Suite - Casuarina | Photo Credit: Anse Chastanet

The Anse Chastanet Resort is the only property on St. Lucia with views of both the Petit and Gros Piton mountains. This private estate is a reflection of its surroundings.

7. Rendezvous Saint Lucia

Beach Yoga at Rendezvous St. Lucia - Photo credit Rendezvous Resort
Beach Yoga at Rendezvous St. Lucia | Photo credit: Rendezvous Resort

The adults-only Rendezvous Saint Lucia, perched above Malabar Beach’s gentle beaches, takes pride in establishing an environment of escapism suitable for relationship reinvigoration.

8. East Winds

Beach Area - Photo credit East Winds Resort
Beach Area | Photo credit: East Winds Resort

East Winds Inn, which sits on 12 acres along St. Lucia’s La Brelotte Beach, is a relaxing, expansive refuge for travelers searching for a magnificent yet low-key getaway.

9. BodyHoliday

Aerial View of beach area - Photo credit BodyHoliday Resort St. Lucia
Aerial View of beach area | Photo credit: BodyHoliday Resort St. Lucia

BodyHoliday Saint Lucia is set along Cariblue Beach on the northwest corner of St. Lucia, and it exudes an environment of health-focused rejuvenation.

10. Calabash Cove Resort & Spa

Aerial View - Photo credit Calabash Cove Resort & Spa
Aerial View | Photo credit: Calabash Cove Resort & Spa

The adults-only Calabash Cove is located on a quiet hillside on Bonaire Bay, roughly midway between Castries and Rodney Bay, St. Lucia, and offers magnificent waterfront accommodations.

Most Popular Places for
All-Inclusive Vacation in St. Lucia

As advocates of stress-free, fun holidays, we believe that your vacation should be an immersive escape into St. Lucia’s iridescent and exotic beauty. For a once-in-a-lifetime trip to this amazing place, you want to be certain that you are picking the right accommodations for you, your partner, and your family. 

While the exclusivity of most resorts and hotels in St. Lucia is unparalleled, travelers will experience a holiday of leisure and luxury only at the best all-inclusive resorts in Castries, Gros Islet, Vieux Fort and Rodney Bay.


Castries, St. Lucia
Castries, St. Lucia

If you happen to enjoy quiet dinners, low-key evenings by the bar or romantic moonlit walks on the beach, there is no better place to find all this and more than in Castries. The town, having St. Lucia’s main cruise ship dock, is immensely popular with cruise ship travelers who are mesmerized by its amazing views of the harbor and environs. 

You will find some of the most stunning beaches, shopping plazas, resorts, restaurants and bars in Castries. Some outstanding all-inclusive resorts that you can book and stay at include East Winds St. Lucia, Royalton Resort & Spa, Jade Mountain Resort, and Cap Maison Resort & Spa.

Vieux Fort

Vieux Fort, St Lucia - Photo by Shore Excursions
Vieux Fort, St Lucia | Photo credit: Shore Excursions

Vieux Fort is a well-known tourist town located on St. Lucia’s southernmost tip on a fertile plain overlooking Vieux Fort Bay. 

Named after the Old Fort – a 17th-century fortress that once watched out towards St. Vincent – Vieux Fort Quarter is the nation’s first sugar-growing district and a major sugar producer in the 18th and 19th centuries. Vieux Fort’s main draw is its exotic spices, fresh fruits, scenic coastal front, and a beautiful bay that serves as a prime destination for beach walks, windsurfing, and kite surfing. 

While the town is great for people who love to be outdoors surrounded by nature, it is home to premium, full-service resorts along the island’s lovely southern coast. The top all-inclusive resorts in Vieux Fort Quarter include Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa, Serenity at Coconut Bay, Tet Rouge Resort and Castles in Paradise Villa Resort.

Gros Islet

At the top of Pigeon Island overlooking Gros Islet, St. Lucia - Photo by Wikipedia
At the top of Pigeon Island overlooking Gros Islet, St. Lucia | Photo credit: Wikipedia

If you are seeking excitement with signature Caribbean charm, then look no further than Cros Islet – the place for a honeymoon in paradise. Previously a quiet, little village set on St. Lucia’s northern tip, Gros Islet has gone on to become one of the most popular and bustling tourist destinations in the country. 

The rainforest-clad summits of Petit Piton and Gros overlook Gros Islet, and the views from here are simply breathtaking. Resorts in Gros Islet are seamlessly built into the ocean-side mountains, with camouflaged walls, natural touches and koi ponds that look straight out of a magazine!

Rodney Bay

Rodney Bay, St. Lucia
Rodney Bay, St. Lucia

Rodney Bay doubles as the heart of St. Lucia’s commerce and business by day and a bussing entertainment hub by night. Since the town is home to some of the major banks and businesses in the region and is also a popular tourist destination, you will find no shortage of comfortable and affordable accommodations in town. The island’s many hotels and resorts are close to the beaches, including Coco Palm, Bay Gardens Beach Resort & Spa, and Calabash Cove.

St. Lucia All-Inclusive Family Resorts

If you are a parent determined to explore the world with your children, you will be hard-pressed to find a better family-friendly place than St. Lucia. Perfect for a family holiday, St. Lucia’s isles feature many all-inclusive resorts offering kid-friendly amenities and entertainment.

There are so many things here that are sure to appeal to families with kids, such as scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, lessons in water sports, kids clubs, and family spa treatments.

The top resorts and hotels in St. Lucia have specially designed family-friendly vacation packages that feature rooms with separate sleeping areas for parents and children, on-site restaurants, and kid-friendly activities.

St. James Club Morgan Bay, St. Lucia

Resort Beach - Photo credit St. James's Club Morgan Bay, St. Lucia
Resort Beach | Photo credit: St. James's Club Morgan Bay, St. Lucia

Just minutes away from the famous Rodney Bay, this resort is casual and family-friendly, surrounded by a romantic waterfront setting. The big draw is the affordable all-inclusive rates for the resort, including dining in six restaurants, alcoholic beverages in many bars, and a wide variety of activities such as water sports, Spa, aerobics, and a tennis court, and nightly entertainment.

The resort has four swimming pools, including family and children’s pools with slides and a shallow section, in addition to the clean and rock-free beach. When the kids get tired of swimming and water sports, they may relax in the kids’ club, which offers crafts, movies, board games, video games, and other activities.

Every room has mini-fridges, flat-screen TVs, and furnished balconies or patios, which feature a conventional and somewhat antiquated design. In addition, families Suites with interconnecting doors are offered.

Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort

Aerial view of pool and beach area - Photo credit Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort
Aerial view of pool and beach area | Photo credit: Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort

Windjammer Landing is an excellent place as St. Lucia’s all-inclusive family resorts. The property has a helpful Kids Club and a teen program that allows you to enjoy bonfire nights, shopping arcade trips, and more without having to hover over your children continually. To make your stay more comfortable and your holiday more successful, you can opt for several all-inclusive family packages.

Marigot Bay Resort and Marina

Exterior View - Photo credit Marigot Bay Resort and Marina
Exterior View | Photo credit: Marigot Bay Resort and Marina

With its scenic and hilly scenery, this resort on Marigot Bay takes advantage of its location. In this part of St. Lucia, not only is this the most luxurious resort, the attached marina draws in jaw-dropping sailboats and yachts from around the world. Families can enjoy the modern suites, two outdoor swimming pools, a spa, and a yoga studio. A personal assistant is allocated to each suite, and a rum cave and sushi bar give the taste of a chic dining option.

Bay Gardens Beach Resort

Water Park at Bay Gardens Beach Resort - Photo credit Expedia
Water Park at Bay Gardens Beach Resort | Photo credit: Expedia.com

This beachfront resort brings a new energetic social scene with a Caribbean flair to the table. It is close enough to the beach to hear the waves from the rooms on the beach. Budget-oriented families would undoubtedly enjoy this St. Lucia family resort with its one and two-bedroom suites. The two main attractions at Bay Garden Beach Resort are Reduit Beach and a large lagoon pool with a giant hot tub in the middle.

A playground and a gaming room are among the facilities available to younger guests at this family-friendly destination, with a complimentary kids club and poolside games are available for children aged 4 to 12. In addition, families can get up to six free passes to the nearby Splash Island Water Park.

Coco Palm Resort

Outdoor Pool at Coco Palm Resort - Photo credit Expedia
Outdoor Pool at Coco Palm Resort | Photo credit: Expedia.com

Coco Palm is a budget-oriented boutique hotel with the design and service you would expect to find at a higher-priced resort on the beach. It has a big free-form pool, French-Caribbean style, and tropical rooms. Though not on the ocean, Reduit Beach is a short walk away from the resort. Coco Pal offers an authentic Caribbean atmosphere that attracts both families and couples.

The Coco Palms’ top floor is home to spacious two-room Family Suites. King-size beds, two bedrooms, living rooms with sofa beds, vaulted ceilings, bright yellow walls, comfortable alcove window seats, and master baths are among the amenities.

All-Inclusive Couples Resorts in St. Lucia

St. Lucia is a honeymooner’s dream. The country holds a unique romantic allure for couples with its exquisite beaches, secluded coves, and seductive resorts. However, it is not just about destination weddings or honeymoon trips that St. Lucia is famous for.

East Winds

Beach Area - Photo credit East Winds Resort
Beach Area | Photo credit: East Winds Resort

East Winds Inn is an intimate, 30-room, all-inclusive resort that offers guests a peaceful place where they can relax without constant attention. Set between lushly landscaped gardens, it provides a laid-back feel. You and your partner can hide in an air-conditioned room in a cottage theme, snorkel the reefs from the stunning golden sand beach or make your own cocktail at the swim-up bar.

There is also a luxury spa in the garden that provides various indulgent therapies, including aromatherapy massages, reflexology, and calming Aloe skin wraps. If you book luxury all-inclusive, you’ll get some fantastic additions like individualized dinners, frequent land, and sea barbecues, and private dining upon request.

Jade Mountain Resort

Exterior View - Photo credit Jade Mountain Resort
Exterior View | Photo credit: Jade Mountain Resort

Jade Mountain only provides all-inclusive St. Lucia packages for couples. This is a unique choice in the Caribbean as a resort. The suites are beautiful platforms with its fourth wall totally missing allowing you an incredible view from the comfort of your room. Jade Mountain Resort lets you embrace the full glory of the Pitons of St. Lucia.

Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort

Beachfront Collection Pool - Photo credit Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort
Beachfront Collection Pool | Photo credit: Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort

In a magnificent valley right between St. Lucia’s popular Pitons, the exclusive resort sits, spread over more than 100 acres. This resort has the only beach in the area with white sand. You can seek seclusion amid the vibrant gardens and towering trees; as you discover every stunning angle of this island paradise, also take the time to reconnect and reflect; be it hiking on the Pitons, a treatment at the Rainforest Spa, or sipping rum cocktails.

Sandals Halcyon Beach Resort

Sandals Halcyon Beach Resort - Photo by Sandals Resorts & Spa
Sandals Halcyon Beach Resort | Photo credit: Sandals Resorts & Spa

Halcyon, the smallest of the three St. Lucia Sandals Resorts, is also quieter and more personal. The French-Caribbean-style building in this all-inclusive resort is decorated with exposed stonewalls making it a stylish alongside cozy nest for honeymooners and couples. The lushly landscaped grounds offer plenty of opportunities to walk and relax in oversized daybeds, whirlpools on the oceanfront, and sofas set around fire pits.

Boucan by Hotel Chocolat

View from Boucan by Hotel Chocolat - Photo credit Expedia
View from Boucan by Hotel Chocolat | Photo credit: Expedia.com

Boucan by Hotel Chocolat is a luxury hotel in Soufriere, situated on a historic cocoa farm. The hotel’s 14 Lodges and Luxe Lodges exude understated luxury, with plantation-style slatted shutters with spectacular views of Petit Piton. The minimalist décor is primarily a dark chocolate brown and white in the house.

The 50-foot-long swimming pool, lined with striking black quartz, offers guests a breathtaking view of the Pitons while relaxing on a sun lounger. Cacao is used in any procedure at the hotel’s Cocoa Juvenate Spa, including cacao massages, cacao body wraps, cacao facials, and cacao exfoliation.

There’s a chic infinity pool, a luxurious salon, and an air of exclusivity everywhere. But, unfortunately, the lack of air conditioning and televisions in the rooms would not cater to everybody, and there is no pool.

St. Lucia All-Inclusive Resorts Adults-Only

There comes a time in our lives when we want to reconnect with our significant other and revel in vacation splendor while escaping managing children’s stress. So if you seek a secluded paradise to reawaken your fiery passions once more, the exclusive adults-only resorts in St. Lucia present the perfect solution for your romantic getaway.

Hideaway at Royalton Saint Lucia

Exterior View - Photo credit Hideaway at Royalton St. Lucia Resort & Spa
Exterior View | Photo credit: Hideaway at Royalton St. Lucia Resort & Spa

Explore the best of Saint Lucia’s all-inclusive resorts at the Hideaway Resort and Spa exclusively for adults. A modern resort setting set in a tropical paradise near Smuggler’s Cove will have you look forward to gourmet cuisine and artfully made cocktails. The 166 rooms at the resort are spacious and modern, with open-concept bathrooms, private balconies, and comfortable seating areas. As a guest at Hideaway, you can enjoy complete access to the larger Royalton Saint Lucia Resort and the facilities, restaurants, bars, and the Royal Spa.

Sandals Regency La Toc

Sandals Regency La Toc, St. Lucia - Photo by Sandals Resorts & Spa
Sandals Regency La Toc, St. Lucia | Photo credit: Sandals Resorts & Spa

The adult-only Sandals resort is a little more conventional than its sister properties. The luxury resort is targeted at couples and honeymooners. Couples here are kept busy by the nine-hole golf course, beautifully landscaped grounds, the private lounges, nine restaurants, and the signature beachfront pool with a swim-up bar.

When you’re ready to get out of your room, try your luck on the nine-hole golf course or book a relaxing couples massage at the Red Lane Spa. At its stunning beach, this 220-acre resort also offers snorkeling, kayaking, and scuba diving, as well as three pools.

Serenity at Coconut Bay

Serenity Pool - Photo credit Serenity at Coconut Bay
Serenity Pool | Photo credit: Serenity at Coconut Bay

The newest all-inclusive, adults-only luxury resort in St. Lucia is the quintessential Caribbean exclusive romantic Hideaway. Each suite has a private balcony with a plunge pool and 24-hour room service, an HDTV, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Regular signature drinks and mixology classes, customizable wet bars revamped daily, and butler service are all typical amenities.

If you can pull yourself away from the luxurious suites you can unwind on a complimentary daybed or lounge chair on the beach or by the Serenity Pool. In addition, guests can take advantage of in-room spa facilities, including a variety of relaxing massages and facials and body scrubs of cocoa, coconut, and honey.

Suites feature immense indoor and outdoor sanctuaries with a private waterfall plunge pool, soaking tub, mahogany king beds, a discreet personal butler, gourmet dining, and more- all at your disposal.

Ti Kaye Resort & Spa

Main Restaurant and Deck - Photo credit Ti Kaye Resort & Spa
Main Restaurant and Deck | Photo credit: Ti Kaye Resort & Spa

Ti Kaye, meaning “little house” in Creole, is an intimate rustic-luxe resort with 33 private cottages built into a hillside overlooking the Caribbean. The resort’s way-off-the-beaten track location; guests come to Ti Kaye to rest and unplug, but the venue is one of the reasons they come. The cliffside is littered with gingerbread-style cottages surrounded by lush greenery and decorated with handcrafted furniture; each guestroom has an unrivaled ocean view from a private veranda with a double hammock and rocking chairs.

Although Ti Kaye may lack some of the facilities seen at larger St. Lucian resorts, the resort takes great care in showcasing the best of the island’s cuisine and spa items. Premium all-inclusive packages are available, including dinners, snacks, water sports equipment, and rentals such as snorkeling gear.

All-Inclusive Beach Resorts

St. Lucia’s sublime isles stir up dreams of sleepy sandy beaches, secret coves and cays, banana trees, and sugar plantations. Vacationers in St. Lucia are bound to experience a holiday of leisure, luxury, and peace.

The all-inclusive beach resorts in St. Lucia offer an exciting array of contemporary amenities and beachfront entertainment with outdoor rain showers, suit-style accommodations, private plunge pools, and fantastic holiday packages. The choice of accommodation in the country is expansive, and some notable resorts include the Landings Resort & Spa, BodyHoliday, Mystique by Royalton, and Starfish Resort.

The Landings Resort & Spa by Elegant Hotels

Resort view from water - Photo credit The Landings Resort & Spa by Elegant Hotels
Resort view from water | Photo credit: The Landings Resort & Spa by Elegant Hotels

This stylish all-inclusive resort on a soft-sand beach is just a couple of blocks from the Pigeon Island nature reserve. The Landings Resort & Spa in St. Lucia’s first beach resort offering spacious villas with luxury one, two, and three-bedroom amenities. Villas are bespoke retreats with views of the resort’s luxurious yacht marina or the Caribbean’s shimmering turquoise waters. Everything from the luxury spa and Health Club to the bathing pools, cycling, golf, zip-lining, and immersive tours of St. Lucia, allows for an incredible trip. The resort provides:

  • Dining and bars on the beach.
  • A wide variety of complimentary water sports.
  • An 80-slip yacht harbor plus a premier spa.
  • A lounge.


Aerial View of beach area - Photo credit BodyHoliday Resort St. Lucia
Aerial View of beach area | Photo credit: BodyHoliday Resort St. Lucia

BodyHoliday St. Lucia is the first in the world to combine the extreme joy of personalized well being with the desire to obtain wisdom that will change the rest of your life. This upscale, all-inclusive resort is one of St. Lucia’s most luxurious yet not overprized resorts, rising above the neighboring Sandals and Rendezvous sister resorts. The hotel comprises a series of buildings carved into the hillside with Pigeon Island National Park views and a secluded cove with a white sand beach.

With a large, multi-faceted spa complex and various sporting facilities, this is one of the best-equipped all-inclusive hotels in the Caribbean.

The massive temple-like wellness center serves as the focal point for regular spa services. Still, there is also a plethora of events ranging from yoga to archery to keep you active.

Mystique by Royalton

Exterior View - Photo credit Expedia
Exterior View | Photo credit: Expedia.com

The Royalton Mystique St. Lucia is located on Rodney Bay’s white sand beach, offering a one-of-a-kind luxury getaway that only the charming island of Saint Lucia can provide. Make yourself at home in one of the 92 air-conditioned rooms, each of which includes a refrigerator and flat-screen television. Egyptian cotton sheets are included with your pillow top bed. Deep soaking bathtubs and waterfall showerheads are featured in private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers.

A chic swim-up bar overlooks a lagoon-style pool surrounded by palm trees and comfortable white loungers and day beds that are spread far enough apart to provide privacy. The Beach Shack, an open-air pavilion right on the beach, is the most casual of the resort’s three restaurants.

Make use of the recreational facilities, including a fitness center, relax with a bath at the full-service pool, or enjoy the sun with experiences such as snorkeling and kayaking.


Pool - Photo credit Starfish St. Lucia Resort
Pool | Photo credit: Starfish St. Lucia Resort

This Starfish Saint Lucia All-Inclusive Resort, nestled in the Eastern Caribbean Sea, will provide your family with lifelong memories. Your family holiday will be nothing short of special thanks to the sparkling pool, unique beachfront venue, and welcoming staff.

Spend your days lounging by the sparkling lake, relaxing on a private strip of sand, or participating in one of the resort’s thrilling water sports. Then, return to one of the 140 luxurious guest rooms with sweeping views of the resort’s green gardens or sparkling Rodney Bay after a day of exploration.

There is entertainment and recreation for the whole family. When your children enjoy a swim or a game of pool volleyball, you can relax poolside. Make sandcastles, enjoy the sun at the beach, or head out on the water for some non-motorized water sports.

All-Inclusive Honeymoon Resorts in St. Lucia

Having some of the most luxurious resorts globally, the island offers a peaceful, relaxing, and idyllic vacation to couples who want only the best. With spacious suites, private roof terraces, gorgeous waterfront views, infinity swimming pools, and fine dining, it is a match made in heaven!

Rendezvous Resort

Beach Yoga at Rendezvous St. Lucia - Photo credit Rendezvous Resort
Beach Yoga at Rendezvous St. Lucia | Photo credit: Rendezvous Resort

Rendezvous Resort is a developed, upscale, all-inclusive resort set on the banks of the white-sand Malabar Beach near the capital city of St. Lucia. Rendezvous all-inclusive resort offers a comprehensive holiday plan specifically for couples, reserving seven acres of St. Lucia’s rewarding coastline for lovers and romantics.

Property features include a spa, tennis, and sophisticated tropical-style rooms. The Seaside Pool has a swimming bar with ocean views, but the more private pool by the spa is more representative of the resort’s overall vibe. It is all about passion at Rendezvous, allowing you to bond as a couple and becoming a little self-indulgent

Calabash Cove Resort and Spa

Aerial View - Photo credit Calabash Cove Resort & Spa
Aerial View | Photo credit: Calabash Cove Resort & Spa

Calabash Cove Resort and Spa is situated on Bonaire Bay and is a four-pearl resort. It’ll be one of the most luxurious all-inclusive holidays you’ve ever had. There are only 26 complete rooms at Calabash Cove; the rooms are divided into three groups with contemporary décor and distinctive room features, such as swimming pool access. In addition, most of the impressive on-site amenities of the Calabash- including the infinity pool and splendid restaurant- are built to take full advantage of the dramatic sea view. Such characteristics encourage many guests to spend most of their time on the property, especially on Calabash’s gorgeous beach.

It’s an experience to choose the all-inclusive accommodations. There are water’s edge cottages with plunge pools, Jacuzzis, an outdoor rainshower, and hammocks, all decorated in Balinese mahogany. Alternatively, four swim-up junior suites are available just steps from the infinity pool, and they also have a Jacuzzi in the bed.

Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa

Aerial View of the pool - Photo credit Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa
Aerial View of the pool | Photo credit: Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa

Golden beaches, swaying trees, and warm Caribbean waters surround the Coconut Bay Resort and Spa, situated in Vieux Fort, St. Lucia. The all-inclusive Coconut Bay divides its rooms into two parts. Much like two resorts within a resort: one for families (Splash) and the other for adults (Harmony). Adults have the luxury to spread out around a mile-long beach and five outdoor pools, along with a sleek fitness center and tennis court. Kai Mer is a full-service spa that invites visitors to relax with rich oils and deep tissue massages. Private outdoor showers and treatment rooms with ocean views bring a special touch of paradise to Coconut Bay, making the Kai Mer a must-visit for those who visit.

With an adults-only pool, an adults-only Jacuzzi, and an adults-only lounge, the resort is perfect for a St Lucia honeymoon. This resort offers excellent value for all-inclusive honeymoons, vacation weddings in St. Lucia, anniversaries, and intimate getaways.

Sandals Grande St. Lucia

Sandals Grande St. Lucian, Gros Islet, St. Lucia - Photo by Sandals Resorts & Spa
Sandals Grande St. Lucian, Gros Islet, St. Lucia | Photo credit: Sandals Resorts & Spa

Sandals Grande, the newest of the three Sandals resorts on St. Lucia, is an upscale, couples-only resort located on a peninsula adjacent to a national historical landmark, Pigeon Island. The action’s core is its iconic pool with a giant tower and a swim-up bar, a spot where young couples like to mingle with the other pairs.

Hammocks that swing lazily over the water, outdoor showers, and suspended patios with swim-up platforms are all included in these bungalows. Within, glass-bottom floors provide breathtaking views of the harbor, meaning that you are never more than a few steps away from the water.

Three different pool areas, a variety of water sports (amongst which scuba), a beautiful spa, and 12 restaurants help keep you and your loved one entertained.

St. Lucia All-Inclusive Villa Resorts

Oasis Marigot Villas

Garden at Oasis Marigot Villas - Photo credit Expedia
Garden at Oasis Marigot Villas | Photo credit: Expedia.com

Oasis Marigot is a private shore house villa group nestled amid the tropical palms and gardens of Marigot Bay’s northern hillside. Each Vacation Club villa has a breathtaking view of the bay and marina. The units are ideal for an active vacationer’s needs, with all of the required modern facilities and services.

Daily visitors, most of whom are couples, flock to Oasis for a tranquil atmosphere and a laid-back, tropical vibe. Kitchenettes, furnished patios, and free Wi-Fi are included in the cheerful and contemporary one-bedroom villas. A small outdoor pool is located on the hilly property, which leads to a lovely beach.

Villa Beach Cottages

Exterior view - Photo credit Villa Beach Cottages St. Lucia
Exterior view | Photo credit: Villa Beach Cottages St. Lucia

On the island of St. Lucia, Villa Beach Cottages is a one-of-a-kind luxury beachfront villa resort. On the northwest shore, Choc Bay has a cluster of colonial-style villa suites nestled amid the palm palms, just feet from the Caribbean Sea.

Oversized, fully furnished kitchens and airy rooms with handcrafted wooden furniture, including intricately carved four-poster beds, are available in the one- and two-bedroom apartments. The Honeymoon Cottage is a duplex with the sitting-dining room and kitchen on the ground floor and the upstairs bedroom and bath accessible through a wooden spiral staircase.

Two shallow pools are located between the units and the beach and are only big enough for a cooling swim; one pool has a waterfall, and the other has a whirlpool. Guests can use sun loungers and umbrellas, as well as hammocks.

Stonefield Estate Villa Resort & Spa

Pool - Photo credit Stonefield Estate Villa Resort & Spa
Pool | Photo credit: Stonefield Estate Villa Resort & Spa

The resort is situated near the rain forest and what is now a world heritage site. Therefore, it is secluded but in the heart of St. Lucia’s natural attractions, such as the open volcano, botanical gardens, and waterfalls.

Guests are known to spend a significant amount of time in their private, cottage-style villas. Even though Stonefield’s accommodations are all villas, the property’s utilities and amenities are comparable to those of a traditional hotel. It has a comfortable sea-facing terrace and an attractive and tranquil spa with various treatments offered in three treatment rooms.

At the Stonefield Villa Resort & Spa, there’s no such thing as too much indulgence. Its whole image is focused on high-end spa services, opulent villas with private beaches, and delectable island cuisine. The lack of beach access is the resort’s biggest drawback, but it does provide a free shuttle service to nearby beaches.

All-Inclusive Five Star Resorts in St. Lucia

Anse Chastanet Resort

Anse Chastanet Piton Pool Suite - Casuarina - Photo Credit Anse Chastanet
Anse Chastanet Piton Pool Suite - Casuarina | Photo credit: Anse Chastanet

The 600-acre estate is a beautiful tropical garden that runs beside one of the island’s loveliest beaches, where silky silver sands meet the Caribbean’s brilliant blue seas. Anse Mamin, the estate’s second beach, is only around the corner and can be accessed using the resort’s water taxi.

Just feet from the water’s edge, 12 beach-level condos are nestled away beneath the coconut trees. Anse Chastanet’s original rooms, bright-whitewashed houses with wrap-around wooden balconies, are perched on the hill. These octagonal-shaped “gazebos” provide spectacular views of the Pitons and the sea, framed by a profusion of blooming flowers.

The ecstasy of a visit to Anse Chastanet’s Kai Belte Spa can only be balanced by the enjoyment of a four-course gourmet dinner. Enjoy a Swedish or shiatsu massage while taking in the tranquility of your surroundings. Alternatively, try Wosh Cho, an exceptional variant of La Stone therapy.

Beginning with St. Lucia’s unspoiled southwestern coastline, the Anse Chastanet resort creates a romantic, seductive, and adventurous holiday experience.

Ladera St. Lucia

Couple enjoying the pool - Photo credit Ladera Resort
Couple enjoying the pool | Photo credit: Ladera Resort

The tropical Ladera Resort in St Lucia takes luxury to a new level. This 37-suite enclave, nestled between St Lucia’s famed Pitons, captures the essence of the surrounding nature. The resort is constructed of tropical hardwoods, stone, and tile and decorated with handcrafted and antique-style furniture.

So, suppose you are looking for a romantic, eco-friendly honeymoon destination on the island of St Lucia. In that case, you should look no further than this one-of-a-kind luxury resort, which combines timeless natural charm with luxurious opulence.

The suites at Ladera all have an open wall on the west end that provides breathtaking views from your bed. A private cold plunge or heated pools are available in the eco lux tropical type suites and villas, also fitted with in-room safes, minibars, and tea and coffee making facilities.

Guests can have free admission to the 18,000-square-foot Ladera Spa, a hot water pool, and sauna.

Sugar Beach

Beachfront Collection Pool - Photo credit Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort
Couple enjoying the pool | Photo credit: Ladera Resort

Sugar Beach Resort is located on St Lucia’s gorgeous Caribbean west coast. Sugar Beach, St Lucia is the preferred choice among Soufriere hotels for discriminating guests seeking privacy and tranquility among outstanding natural beauty, with adequate room for families and honeymooners alike.

The Luxury Sugar Mill Rooms, Luxury Villas, Villa Suites, and Luxury Beachfront Bungalows at Sugar Beach all have breathtaking views of the Pitons or the Caribbean Sea.

The luxurious Great Room restaurant or the relaxed Bayside Restaurant by the river is also available for dining. Live entertainment holds the party going late into the night and highlights St. Lucia’s local culture.

An excellent Rainforest Spa nourishes the physical body while soothing the psyche, with seven treehouse treatment pavilions, a double treatment space with a hydrotherapy facility, a manicure and pedicure room, a Temescal, and a beauty salon. Bamboo massages, hot rock therapies, facials, body wraps, Indian head massages, and other signature treatments are available.

Cap Maison

Beach at Cap Maison - Photo credit Cap Maison Resort
Beach at Cap Maison | Photo credit: Cap Maison Resort

Cap Maison holds a magnificent setting in one of St. Lucia’s favored places, on the Caribbean island of St.Lucia, which is noted internationally for its natural beauty. Cap Maison blends luxury, elegance, charm, and high standards of five-star personal service on a private oceanfront bluff with stunning sunset views over the beautiful blue seas of the Caribbean Sea. Cap Maison, a hacienda-style hotel in northern St Lucia, is the most elegant place to stay, and with two excellent restaurants, it is the perfect hotel for dining on the island. The clifftop place is also a significant draw, and the beach is a lovely cove at the foot of a long flight of stairs.

There are 49 garden quarters, junior suites, and oversize villa suites among the 22 villas. Each elegantly decorated room and suite has a balcony or verandah, but villa suites have a more expansive balcony and separate living room, as well as a complete kitchen and washer/dryer. Others suites have a Jacuzzi, a plunge pool, or a massive roof terrace with a plunge pool.

Cap Maison’s best suit is his versatility. The open-air Cliff at Cap, which British-born chef Craig Jones runs, is a clear candidate for St Lucia’s best restaurant. The superb amenities of Cap Maison make it an ideal location for couples, families, and individuals.

Best All-Inclusive Golf Resorts in St. Lucia

Sandals Regency

Sandals Regency La Toc Spa & Beach Resort - Photo by Sandals Resorts
Sandals Regency La Toc Spa & Beach Resort | Photo credit: Sandals Resorts

This magnificent 331-room resort is set amidst 210 lush acres on a half-mile crescent-shaped beach and features a 9-hole golf course, eight restaurants, and eight bars. There’s plenty for everybody from ocean view rooms to spacious Millionaire Suites with private baths, Butler Service, and 24-hour room service. Since it is a relaxed atmosphere that needs the supervision of a local caddy, the sloping nine-hole course is an excellent place for new couples to introduce their partner to golf.

Cabot St. Lucia

TownHome - Photo credit Cabot Point Resort
TownHome | Photo credit: Cabot Point Resort

Cabot Point will be the newest addition to St. Lucia, offering an unrivaled Caribbean golf experience, perched over the Atlantic Ocean and crafted across the cliffs and valleys of Point Hardy’s breathtaking landscape.

St. Lucia isn’t known for its extensive golf offerings, but the Caribbean island could quickly become a popular destination for golfers from across the globe. Cabot Links is highly considered one of the best golf courses in the country, so Cabot Point in St. Lucia would have firm hopes.

Things to do in
St. Lucia

Food and Drink

St. Lucia and Her Rum Tour - Photo by Shore Excursions
St. Lucia and Her Rum Tour | Photo credit: Shore Excursions

British, French, West Indian, and Creole food influences have all shaped the local food scene in St. Lucia, home to delicious and fresh seafood food, pepperpot stews, gourmet cuisine, and fresh fruits. Whether you crave simple street food or are looking for an authentic fine dining experience, there is a meal to suit every palate on this amazing tropical haven. 

  • St. Lucia Lambi: Lambi, also is known as conch, is a delectable dish with large shellfish served in a spicy Caribbean sauce. Sitting in an open-air restaurant on St. Lucia’s shores with a glass of wine and a bowl of shellfish is a highlight for many travelers visiting the island.
  • Rum: Having more than 25 different varieties known as the Spirit of St. Lucia, you can say rum is a quite big deal here. Rum specialists quote St. Lucian rum as warm, smooth, and fruity
  • Green figs and saltfish: Green figs and saltfish is the national dish of St. Lucia. It is prepared by stripping and heating the figs in saltwater, then serving them with boiled or flaked cod. The blend is then finished with the addition of peppers, local herbs, spices, flavors, and sautéed onions.
  • Bouyon: Cooked in huge pots and served at family gatherings and special occasions, bouyon is a specialty soup prepared with fresh, local ingredients and is a must-try for all who visit this mystical island.


Marigot Bay, St. Lucia
Marigot Bay, St. Lucia

Renowned for its heavenly beaches, St. Lucia is a stunning tropical island with glistening white sand, safe waters, and eternal sunshine and calm. Every beach on the island is open to the public including those that are part of the top resorts.

  • Reduit Beach: Reduit is the ideal spot for a long stroll down the island’s majestic shoreline and a dip in its quiet waters. You will find dozens of eateries and vendors renting out water sports gear and lounge chairs all along the beach. Families with children enjoy the Splash Island Water Park with coasting inflatable slides, slopes, and fun obstacles.
  • Jalousie Beach: The greenest and most dramatic landscapes of St. Lucia provide a dazzling setting for Jalousie Beach between the twin peaks of Gros and Petit Piton, making this seashore south of Soufriere the most loved spot for sunning, interesting tours and a plethora of water adventures. 
  • Marigot Bay: Marigot Bay is one of the most enchanting beaches in St. Lucia with its emerald-green rainforests, tropical gardens, ocean panoramas, and spectacular scenery. A popular romantic getaway, Marigot Bay is frequently portrayed as a “sentimental setting” in Hollywood movies.


Mt. Pimard Nature Trail Hike
Mt. Pimard Nature Trail Hike | Photo credit: Shore Excursions
  • Volcano Night Bash Tour: A truly unique and exhilarating experience, the night bash tour in Soufriere is the world’s only drive-in volcano trip that will take you inside a real-life volcano! This all-inclusive excursion includes a dip in the volcano’s mud baths, and once you step into the relaxing hot mud of the Sulphur Springs, you will know that it probably is the best thing you have ever done. 
  • Gros Piton Climb: The Gros Piton is the most popular peak in St. Lucia and is perfect for climbing. If you get the chance to climb the taller of St. Lucia’s twin mountains, make sure to bring a camera with you, as flora and fauna along the way are amazing, and the views from above are just awe-inspiring.
  • Pirate Ship Ride: Become a pirate for a day onboard the Black Magic Spanish Galleon transport. Let skipper John T take you on some unforgettable adventures with his marauder mates.
  • Horseback Ride: Horse riding in St. Lucia’s picturesque wilderness is a charming experience that one should never miss for anything in the world. Ponies on the island are shorter, sturdier, and love to take guests on fun rides around the countryside for a price as low as $65.

Need To Know

Post COVID-19 Travel Guidelines

The Government of St. Lucia has taken precautionary measures for tourists and travelers visiting the country. It is necessary to have a negative PCR test before entering the country, taken no more than five days before. In addition, prior to your arrival, you must complete and submit an online Travel Registration Form. For your well-being and that of everyone else, you should maintain social distancing and avoid unnecessary contact with strangers. For more updated day-to-day information, visit the official website.

Best Time To Go

The ideal period to visit St. Lucia is between May and June. These pre-summer and late-spring months offer the perfect opportunity to experience the most sunshine. This coincides with the time when the leatherback turtles draw ashore to lay their eggs, and the humpback whales migrate towards the warm waters of the Caribbean. Music lovers should consider visiting in early May as the St. Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival is held at the Pigeon Island National Landmark.

Getting Around (Transportation)

The best method to move around St. Lucia is by car or minibus, while taxis and water taxis are omnipresent around the island. The Hewanorra International Airport (UVF), in the southern hamlet of Vieux Fort, rents automobiles and scooters. You’ll need a temporary driver’s license for rental cars, which you may get ahead of time or at the vehicle rental firm, the airport, or the police station in Castries with a valid driver’s license.

Taxis in St Lucia are costly, with cross-island excursions costing between US$80 and US$90. You can find them at airports, harbors, front desks of large hotels, and taxi ranks in cities.

The island of St Lucia is not the most conducive to cycling; many roadways are small and dark.


Although crime is an issue in St. Lucia, travelers, and tourists are advised to practice caution and care when visiting the country. The Ministry of Tourism and the local police have increased their efforts to set up and maintain a system of enhanced security at hotels and resorts, and they do regular checks to ensure that all the tourists who travel here are safe.


Romance, palm-fringed beaches, majestic waterfalls; St. Lucia is the place to be. It has the perfect formula for an ideal vacation. Even though you are going to be tempted to just sip cocktails all day at your resort, St. Lucia will urge you to do so much more! Don’t think a moment longer. St. Lucia awaits!

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