All Inclusive Caribbean Holidays
All Inclusive Holidays in the Caribbean offer exceptional value and are often a great option for couples or for family holidays to the Caribbean.
All Inclusive hotels are more common in some Caribbean islands than others and the range of inclusions at All Inclusive resorts in the Caribbean can vary widely, so it's important to choose your All Inclusive Caribbean holiday wisely.
We try to be discerning with our recommended All Inclusive Caribbean Resorts. Buffet lines, charter flights and cookie-cutter hotels isn't our thing, so the recommendations below are very select.
1. Anguilla All Inclusive Resorts
All Inclusive and Anguilla don't go together. Anguilla is an upmarket destination, a little bit harder to get to and as such hasn't bought in to the All Inclusive Caribbean holiday concept.
If you're considering an All Inclusive Caribbean holiday, Anguilla's not going to hit the mark.
Anguilla does however have some exceptional luxury hotels and possibly the best dining scene in the Caribbean.
2. Antigua All Inclusive Resorts
Antigua All Inclusive resorts are a very popular Caribbean holiday option.
At the top of the pile, Jumby Bay is the most exclusive All Inclusive Resort in Antigua.
Hermitage Bay is an eco-luxe boutique All Inclusive resort ideal for a boutique All Inclusive holiday in Antigua.
Galley Bay is another outstanding boutique All Inclusive resort in Antigua with excellent snorkelling and a really nice stretch of beach.
Escape at Nonsuch Bay also has good snorkelling and is popular with couples and families. There's just a single restaurant but bags of activities.
Rustic Keyonna Beach has just 27 cottages offering an unpretentious adults-only All-Inclusive boutique escape by a beautiful stretch of beach.
Curtain Bluff is an excellent family All Inclusive Resort in Antigua and one of the best All Inclusive resorts in the Caribbean.
3. Barbados All Inclusive Resorts
Although being known for it's many elegant luxury resorts, there are a handful of great All Inclusive resorts in Barbados.
Sandals Barbados is perhaps the most famous popular Adults-Only All Inclusive Barbados Resort. Although larger than we normally prefer, Sandals does a great job attracting a younger and middle-aged clientele, with its rather stylish All-Inclusive resort.
Neighbouring Sandals Royal is a step up in class and is arguably the most exclusive All Inclusive Resort in Barbados.
Waves by Elegant Hotels is the very first all-inclusive mind and wellness boutique hotel in Barbados – the perfect antidote to current times.
Sugar Cane Club is a tranquil, secluded boutique escape, seamlessly combining Mediterranean architecture and lush Barbados tropical beauty - quite the opposite of a large brash All Inclusive resort and highly recommended for a great value low-key All Inclusive Barbados holiday.
Tamarind by Elegant is an All Inclusive Barbados resort ideal for couples or families and offering a nice mix of Caribbean and Mediterranean styles.
A couple of other Elegant's All Inclusive Hotels are worthy of a mention - the jaunty, colourful Crystal Cove and lively, family focused Turtle Beach on the South Coast Dover Beach.
4. British Virgin Islands All Inclusive Resorts
Going All Inclusive in the British Virgin Islands is all about staying at one of Richard Branson's homes - on Necker Island or Moskito
Necker Island can be rented as a whole island home accommodating up to 30 people or on a room by room basis during 'Celebration Weeks'.
Moskito Island is Richard's second private hideaway and you can rent one of the private 'estates' there for an exclusive All Inclusive BVI holiday.
5. Grenada All Inclusive Resorts
Most of Grenada's All Inclusive resorts are in the south of Grenada, especially around Grande Anse.
Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel in Grenada combines five star service and luxury within a relaxed and intimate environment and offers an All Inclusive option.
Spice Island Beach Resort is a 30-room boutique hotel on Grenada's best beach. The resort is reopening in October 2021.
The hotel is owned by Sir Royston Hopkin and his family who have imbued the hotel with something of the spirit of the island.
Sandals Grenada Resort & Spa offers a romantic authentic All Inclusive holiday in Grenada.
Sandals is an iconic All-Inclusive Grenada resort offering a host of Luxury Included® amenities and exceptional service.
Incorporating a mélange of styles and cultural influences from across the globe, Laluna is an eclectic hideaway full of authentic Caribbean character, with an All Inclusive option.
Surrounded by emerald-green hills and facing an idyllic and peaceful beachfront, the resort is ideal for an intimate romantic getaway.
6. St. Lucia All Inclusive Resorts
Rendezvous St. Lucia is a calm, low-key, All Inclusive St. Lucia resort, ideal for a romantic getaway or St. Lucia Honeymoon. Facilities include 2 pools, water sports and a spa.
This romantic St. Lucia resort for couples offers 100 rooms, suites and cottages in a tranquil garden setting by the beach in Castries.
East Winds is a secluded & tranquil resort in St. Lucia, set in tropical grounds, within easy walking distance of restaurants.
East Winds offers elegant villas, excellent dining, and a personal & exclusive ambience, ideal for a secluded escape in St Lucia.
BodyHoliday is a world-leading beachfront wellness retreat in St. Lucia offering the most comprehensive wellness resort in the Caribbean.
BodyHoliday has both restorative and preventative focuses, with yoga, meditation, relaxation and exercise programs.
One of the very best adults-only, all inclusive boutique resorts in St Lucia, Calabash Cove offers old style service and romance.
Cute cottages enjoy a lush setting. There’s a nice swimming pool, an on-site spa and a superb team managing the resort.
7. St. Kitts & Nevis All Inclusive Resorts
Tiny St. Kitts & Nevis is not the best place in the Caribbean for All Inclusive Holidays.
There are only a couple of All Inclusive Resorts in St. Kitts, notably the Marriott St Kitts Beach Club and Sugar Bay Club Suites.
St. Kitts & Nevis is much better known for its beautiful plantation style boutique hotels which appeal to those looking for a tranquil low-key Caribbean holiday rather than a lively All Inclusive Resort.
8. The Bahamas
The Bahamas is dominated by larger hotels and there are a handful of Bahamas All Inclusive Resorts.
For a low-key, back to nature boutique All Inclusive hotel in Andros, we recommend Small Hope Bay Lodge. it's a place to get back to nature and enjoy a stay in the 'Real Bahamas', in an eco-focused boutique resort.
For the opposite style - the best of the Bahamas All Inclusives is Sandals Emerald Bay, ideal if you want a secluded hotel with lots of activities.
9. Dominican Republic All Inclusive Resorts
The Dominican Republic is one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean for All Inclusive Resorts, whether it's an All Inclusive family resort or a boutique All Inclusive Resort.
There are some large All Inclusive resorts in the Dominican Republic such as the Royalton, Dreams and Breathless, each of which has 600-700 rooms.
Much more intimate and luxurious is the 55-room Le Sivory Punta Cana which has a lovely, secluded beachfront setting. Many rooms have pools and the 4 dining outlets are excellent.
Secrets Cap Cana is a sophisticated, adults-only hideaway in the Dominican Republic.
Facing the clear Caribbean Sea along the white sand of the exclusive Juanillo Beach, you'll experience Unlimited Luxury. Secrets Cap Cana is a large resort but one of the large All Inclusive Resorts in the Dominican Republic that we like.
The Reserve at Paradisus is a family focused boutique style hotel, located in the Paradisus Punta Cana Resort in the Dominican Republic.
The All Inclusive Reserve at Paradisus offers individual sparkling pools, a luxurious private lounge and an exquisite collection of oversized suites.
10. Jamaica All Inclusive Resorts
Jamaica All Inclusive Resorts haven't always had a very good reputation for quality, being renowned for bland buffet food, diluted drinks and guests who never left the resorts. Things have changed considerably these days and there are several excellent All Inclusive resorts in Jamaica.
Sandals Montego Bay is the original Sandals All Inclusive Jamaica Resort and still incredibly popular. It's a great resort for activities and there are 12 restaurants. Sandals Royal Caribbean is another popular All Inclusive Jamaica Resort and known for its over water villas & Thai Restaurant.
Sunset at the Palms is one of the most romantic adults-only, All Inclusive hotel in Jamaica and is perfect for couples looking for a Jamaican hideaway hotel.
Jamaica Inn has an All Inclusive options. This child-free, intimate hotel is one of the most historic boutique resorts in Jamaica and offers a luxurious, elegant Jamaican experience in Ocho Rios.
The Caves is Naomi Campbell's favourite hotel in Jamaica, sitting on the Negril cliffs. We love the funky colourful cabins set in tropical gardens. The Caves Hotel is perhaps the most unique All Inclusive boutique resort in Jamaica.
Round Hill is one of Jamaica’s most well-regarded luxury hotels catering to couples and families alike, offering award-winning dining and an optional All Inclusive plan.
The All Inclusive Sandals Royal Caribbean is smaller than most Jamaican All Inclusive hotels, is private and secluded with over water villas.
Whatever your Caribbean, we've got you covered.
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Whether you're looking for a romantic Caribbean bolthole, a luxury resort on a stunning Caribbean beach or a spacious, private family villa in the Caribbean, we have plenty of options for you.
We are always sourcing the best offers from our Caribbean hotel partners, so call us today to find out the best price, offers and availability for your boutique Caribbean holiday.
Our focus always has been and continues to be on boutique and luxury hotels. We've tried to narrow things down with our Caribbean hotel selection but if you have a preferred hotel in the Caribbean which isn't featured, just let us know - we're still likely to be able to secure you an exceptional offer.
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