There’s an excellent choice of high-end resorts in the Caribbean offering all-inclusive holidays for an easy and stress-free stay.
At first glance an all-inclusive option may look expensive, but given the amount of food, drink and activities that are often included, it can be the best way to enjoy your holiday to the full secure in the knowledge that you’re getting the best possible value.
Our top all-inclusive resorts in:
At luxury boutique hotel Spice Island Beach Resort all meals, afternoon tea and select premium label drinks are included as well as a stocked minibar, unlimited use of non-motorised watersports, floodlit tennis courts an bicycles alongside complimentary green fees at 9-hole Grenada Golf Club, and a children’s activity centre.
Afternoon Tea on the Sea and Surf Pavillion, Spice Island
At contemporary chic O2 Beach Club & Spa all-inclusive includes dining across all restaurants, casual beachside lunches as well as gourmet fine dining, premium drinks, non-motorised watersports and evening entertainment. On a minimum 5 night stay, all room types benefit from a complimentary round of golf. Luxury Collection rooms include a bottle of champagne on arrival, daily stocked mini bar, spa credit and unlimited golf. Concierge Collection suites add a selection of daily how to, and learn to, experiences.
Crystal Cove by Elegant Hotels is a sophisticated all-inclusive escape with meals and refreshments throughout the day, afternoon tea and selected drinks. There are complimentary motorised and non-motorised watersports, wellness classes, the use of floodlit tennis courts, and a club with supervised activities for 3 to 12 year olds. Also included are daytime water taxis and a dine around programme in conjunction with other selected Elegant Hotels.
Suited to couples looking for a small and friendly hotel with a relaxed Caribbean feel Mango Bay offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, afternoon tea, a selection of local and premium label drinks and cocktails as part of its all-inclusive plan. Other benefits include a weekly cocktail party and nightly live music, a scuba lesson in the pool and a catamaran cruise, and a selection of complimentary watersports, including water-skiing.
The Endless Privileges® all-inclusive option at beachfront Zoetry Agua Punta Cana is generous and covers delectable and unlimited gourmet dining and premium drinks, private in-suite dining any time of day, a bottle of sparkling wine and fresh fruit daily, replenished minibar and luxurious in-room amenities. There are also enrichment experiences including fitness, painting and cooking classes, wine tasting and a 45 minute horse riding session and a 20 minute wellness experience.
Indigo bar, Zoetry Agua Punta Cana
St Vincent & The Grenadines
With access to five magical white sand beaches, the island hideaway of Palm Island Resort & Spa appeals to honeymooners and couples. All-inclusive covers meals that can be taken in either of the two restaurants or guests can choose to dine under a tree or beneath a beach pergola in the evening. There is afternoon tea, picnic hampers for a romantic beach lunch for two and premium brand drinks by the glass. Other perks include a stocked minibar on arrival and weekly rum tasting and cooking demonstrations, evening entertainment, boat trips, yoga and tennis and use of bicycles and nonmotorised watersports with tuition.
Royal Palm Restaurant, Palm Island Resort & Spa
At adult only Galley Bay Resort & Spa guests can enjoy use of bicycles, go windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and snorkelling, and play croquet and tennis as part of the all-inclusive concept. Afternoon tea, early evening hours d’oeuvres and premium label drinks, cocktail parties and barbecues are included as well as all meals, and whilst there’s a supplement applicable at fine dining Ismay’s, it’s worth splashing out to enjoy the very best of local cuisine.
Family friendly St James’s Club & Villas offers dining across four restaurants with children’s menus and options available at all of them, daily snacks and afternoon tea, unlimited drinks served by the glass with some premium brands and sparkling wine, evening entertainment, a selection of non-motorised watersports including instruction, use of fitness centre and tennis courts, fitness classes and a supervised children’s club.
Set on the lush hillside Windjammer Landing Villa Resort Hotel is a popular choice with both families and couples. Culinary choices range from light bites at Jammer’s and laid-back beachside dining at Embers, to upscale seafood-and-steak restaurant Upper Deck. In-villa dining and a romantic candlelit supper at the beach gazebo can also be arranged, with nightly live entertainment provided at Jammer’s Bar.
Bartender at Jammers, Windjammer Landing Villa Resort Hotel
This is not an exhaustive list of our featured all-inclusive resorts, or hotels where an all-inclusive board arrangement is optional. We can always supply further information on alternative properties at enquiry stage. You may also want to consider full board, half board, bed and breakfast and room only options at lower price points.