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20 Best Luxury All-Inclusive Resorts in the Caribbean

We've rounded up the 20 most luxurious all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean, offering beautiful beaches, fine dining, and world-class amenities—all included in the price of your stay.

Lionel Richie, Paul McCartney, and Oprah can’t all be wrong. Some of the best luxury Caribbean resorts just so happen to be all-inclusive. While many people scoff at them, all-inclusive resorts are the height of indulgence and a fantastic way to enjoy the endless splendors of the Caribbean—warm waters dancing from turquoise to emerald, incredible diving, and rich island culture. These are the perfect places to stay and play with all the bells and whistles but with none of the hassle of planning, paying, or daily budgeting.

If you desire an elevated all-inclusive experience in the region sans neon plastic bracelets, lounge chair custody battles, long buffet lines, and cheesy entertainment, look no further. These tropical oases are luxe to the max and have everything from helicopter rides and archery classes to boat excursions and spa treatments seamlessly included in the rate. From Jamaica to Grenada, here are the best luxury resorts in the Caribbeanfor all-inclusive stays.

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Fowl Cay

WHERE: Great Exuma, Bahamas

Fowl Cay Resort is a sparkling unicorn in the realm of all-inclusives. Seafaring enthusiasts will love that the stylish villas come with complimentary use of a boat—and the property provides a map with suggested spots to check out. What better way to fill your days than exploring the grottos, picnicking on distant shores, and swimming with pigs? Aside from island hopping, visitors can take advantage of golf carts and fishing gear—all gratis, of course.

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Zoëtry Agua Punta Cana

WHERE: Dominican Republic

You can’t go more than a few minutes without stumbling upon an all-inclusive resort in the Dominican Republic but Zoëtry Agua Punta Cana blows its neighbors out of the water. And the picturesque setting is just the beginning. Prepare to be spoiled. Your personal butler (that’s right) is on hand to satisfy all your needs—whether that’s arranging horseback riding or pampering massages—and the lack of check-in and check-out times further sweetens the deal. For additional dazzle, guests in certain suite categories can reserve a complimentary helicopter transfer and arrive in style.

INSIDER TIPReady to chow down? Head to Olena and try the fresh octopus carpaccio with lime and olives.

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Hermitage Bay

WHERE: Antigua

Hermitage Bay is one of the top luxury Caribbean resorts for an eco-conscious and food-focused all-inclusive stay. Dishes are carefully curated around locally grown and sourced ingredients, and many of the herbs and vegetables come straight from the on-site organic garden. The menu items also change daily so you can savor grilled Mahi one day and deliciously indulgent lobster the next. With its turquoise tides and cascading bougainvillea, Hermitage Bay Resort looks straight out of an upmarket magazine yet the vibe is decidedly carefree. This is the sort of place where the staff members know your name and are never without a smile.

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Kamalame Cay

WHERE: Andros Island, The Bahamas

Kamalame Cay Resort is one of the best Caribbean luxury resorts for those lusting after remoteness, serenity, and your very own slice of palm tree paradise. This family-run 97-acre resort has individually-designed standalone oceanfront bungalows with up to four bedrooms. Some are even equipped with oh-so-refreshing plunge pools. Kamalame Cay Resort is located just outside the third-largest Great Barrier Reef meaning that world-class diving opportunities are at your fingertips and snorkeling guides are also on hand for scenic aquatic adventures. A departure from the mass-produced fare that some all-inclusives serve, the property is renowned for its culinary excellence. For many foodies, the highlight is the morning breakfast basket stocked with an assortment of coffee, juice, pastries, yogurt, and fresh fruit. If you wake up famished, a hearty buffet awaits at the Great House restaurant.

INSIDER TIPDon’t skip the lush relaxation garden at the spa.

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Jumby Bay

WHERE: Antigua

Jumby Bay is one of the most exclusive Caribbean resorts with a celebrity clientele to prove it. Heralded as the crème de la crème of all-inclusives, this desirable private island off the coast of Antigua is where luminaries and high-profile guests go for paparazzi-free downtime and exceptional service. The 300-acre island resort is delightfully car-free and has 40 suites, a showstopping spa with an infinity pool to unspool between treatments—and the stamp of approval by Oprah Winfrey, Justin Bieber, Will Smith, Mariah Carey and many others


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Casa de Campo

WHERE: La Romana, Dominican Republic

Casa de Campo has a stellar reputation. It’s one of those treasures that doesn’t just have returning guests, it has die-hard loyalists—people who have been coming back for decades and don’t plan on switching it up anytime soon. Why? Well, for starters, this sprawling 7,000-acre sanctum that is Casa de Campo villas boasts first-class facilities. Everything from the 18-hole golf course (Teeth of the Dog) and tennis courts to the fitness center and spa is exemplary. There’s also a wide array of restaurants and service is notoriously impeccable.


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Curtain Bluff

WHERE: Antigua

Before you arrive at Curtain Bluff, the posh comforts begin with expedited customs at the airport. After a 40-minute shuttle, the wonders of this magnificent retreat come into focus. This is one of the most luxurious resorts in the Caribbean’s “land of 365 beaches” as Antigua is known. Breathtaking sandy stretches and turquoise waves are complemented by sophisticated rooms and award-winning cuisine. In fact, gourmet grub is a major selling point. Health-focused travelers will appreciate dedicated wellness concierges, nutritious menus, and a robust assortment of calorie-burning activities—ranging from aqua aerobics and paddleboarding to pilates and squash.

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Jade Mountain

WHERE: St. Lucia

If vistas of the Pitons and shimmering sea aren’t enough to woo you, perhaps a private infinity pool will. That’s right, all of the 24 guest sanctuaries at Jade Mountain Resort are equipped with an ensuite piscine. Besides individually-designed swimming holes, duos who book the Total Romance Package can look forward to meals and beverages along with a slew of tempting activities. Who can pass up a guided snorkel excursion and sunset yoga?

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The Caves

WHERE: Negril, Jamaica

A far cry from all-you-can-eat buffets and jam-packed schedules, this grown-up getaway offers a more intimate all-inclusive experience geared toward couples. Expect cliffside cottages, cerulean seas, warm hospitality, and fantastic food. Lobster tail, anyone? Speaking of, pairs can indulge in private grotto dining or a brown sugar body scrub at the spa. With all this, it’s easy to see why The Caves is lauded among the most romantic spots in the Caribbean.


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Galley Bay Resort & Spa

WHERE: Antigua

Galley Bay Resort & Spa is exactly what you envision in a Caribbean vacation. Food is plentiful and delicious and the cocktails are dangerously good at this adults-only resort. Paddleboards and kayaks are a great way to burn off all those piña coladas, and the staff is eager to cater to your every whim. The property trades casinos and costume shows for more tranquil pursuits, but if you’re seeking some after-dark excitement, the Sea Grape hosts live music.
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Petit St. Vincent Resort

WHERE: St. Vincent and the Grenadines

If you’ve ever dreamt of visiting an off-the-grid island, now is your chance. Petit St. Vincent Resort promises 115 acres of serenity and seclusion. It’s the perfect spot to disconnect from the trappings of technology and reconnect to what’s important. Instead of TVs, phones, and Wi-Fi (which is limited to the main building), you’ll find captivating panoramas and a sense of laid-back luxury. Wake up early to catch the sunrise, enjoy beach BBQs, and spend your nights stargazing.


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Couples Sans Souci

WHERE: Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Wondering what to pack for an all-inclusive Caribbean vacation? You’ll need to bring little more than your swimwear at Couples Sans Souci where limitless enjoyment is the name of the game. There is unlimited scuba diving, unlimited motorized and non-motorized water sports, endless luxury with 24-hour gourmet dining, unlimited premium bar selections, excursions, sports, and much more for lovebirds to enjoy. This enchanting cliff-side resort has its own mineral grotto, seven rum-drenched bars, and a standout spa with open-air gazebos spread throughout the cliffside for next-level pampering with fresh sea breezes. Couples can also pick up a unique souvenir from the spa: massage skills. The adroit professionals at The Oasis Spa also teach duos how to pamper each other back at home.

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WHERE: St. Lucia

BodyHoliday is an all-inclusive spa resort with a second-to-none wellness program that’s unlike anything in the Caribbean—and perhaps the world. This is the place to rest, reboot, and revamp mind, body, and soul, and with themed activities being rolled out each month, there’s never a bad time to check-in. Expect retreats with household names such as former NFL star Randy Moss and celebrity trainers like Akin Akman whose clients include Beyoncé and David Beckham. BodyHoliday has an extensive menu of activities— boot camps, Ayurvedic treatments, archery, dance, windsurfing—and is thus the perfect reservation for health-conscious travelers.

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Sandals Grenada

WHERE: St. George’s, Grenada

Sandals has some of the best Caribbean luxury resorts for couples with beguiling hotels on seven islands.Sandals Grenada is the very first with a Romance Library. Thanks to a partnership with Avon Books (the romance imprint of HarperCollins), guests can enjoy a curated collection of titles and find inspiration to rev up the romance. Cool perks at this adults-only dreamboat destination include sleek dwellings with private pools, a bevy of couple-centric activities, and ten gourmet restaurants where diners can travel to Japan, Thailand, France, and Italy while on the powder-soft beaches of “the Spice Island.”

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Iberostar Grand Rose Hall

WHERE: Montego Bay, Jamaica

The question of which Caribbean island has the most to do will invite a variety of responses but Jamaica is a strong contender. You won’t have to worry about a thing, cause every little thing is going to be alright when the butlers at Iberostar Grand Rose Hall are involved in making your Caribbean vacation dreams a reality. Staff at this glittering adults-only Montego Bay resort have a strong make-it-happen attitude. Their knowledge is further complemented by gourmet restaurants with terrifically fresh fare, suites with soaring ceilings, and a scenic beachfront location. If you wish for a higher-octane activity than lounging on the resort beach (which is exquisite), check out the impressive reefscape at the Montego Bay Marine Park by visiting the onsite Dressel Divers center to rent equipment or take a PADI course. Guests also enjoy golfing at Cinnamon Hill amidst a backdrop of aqueduct ruins, waterfalls, and centuries-old tombs.

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Anse Chastanet

WHERE: St. Lucia

Jade Mountain’s sister property Anse Chastanet Resort is set on a 600-acre lush tropical estate with two too-blue-to-be-true beaches and 49 rooms with views that screensavers are made of.  A firm foodie favorite, resistance will be futile when presented with Anse Chastanet’s menus (the all-inclusive plan includes all meals and most beverages served by the glass). The cuisine here rages from authentic creole to grilled masterpieces and vegan dishes at the meat-free Emeralds restaurant. Chocolate lovers are particularly spoiled for choice here: there are chocolate cocktails, dishes, truffle-making classes, and even chocolate-infused body treatments at the resort’s Kai Belté spa.

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Necker Island

WHERE: British Virgin Islands

There is nothing run-of-the-mill about a stay at Necker Island Resort. Sir Richard Branson’s private island escape in the British Virgin Islands needs no introduction. For $105,000 a night, up to 40 guests can rent the entire 74-acre island, sharing the sprawling estate with the resident flamingos. During certain times of the year known as “Celebration Weeks,” individual rooms can be booked for a minimum of seven nights and the rate includes all meals and drinks, water sports equipment, and airport transfers. Necker Island’s past guests include presidents and princesses and it suits travelers seeking somewhere stylish and secluded that’s deemed to be one of the very best luxury Caribbean resorts.

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Cap Maison

WHERE: St. Lucia

Travel to St. Lucia to sleep in Cap Maiso Resort and Spa, a boutique villa resort and tropical fantasy with 50 beautifully appointed rooms. Palm trees will slow-dance around you on Smuggler’s Cove, Cap Maison’s beach where you can kayak, snorkel, swim and spot turtles. The Cap It All luxury all-inclusive plan affords guests room service, drinks, and all meals at the beachside Naked Fisherman restaurant and the foodie hotspot The Cliff at Cap (which has an award-winning chef at the helm). For an intimate and memorable evening like no other, book a meal at Rock Maison, an infamous private dining experience on a deck with uninterrupted views of neighboring Martinique, a dedicated personal waiter—and a champagne zip line.


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Sandals Royal Caribbean

WHERE: Montego Bay, Jamaica

Swim-up suite, anyone? How about a private island just two minutes away with a swim-up pool bar, water hammocks, and a secluded spa? Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort’s inclusions are so generous that they’ll even throw in a complimentary wedding for stays of three nights or longer. For double the fun, all the beaches and amenities at nearby Sandals Montego Bay are also available for guests to enjoy and there’s a free shuttle to travel between both resorts. If you love over-the-water bungalows, you’ll adore Sandals Royal Caribbean’s stylish stilted suites with see-through glass floors. After all, these were the first overwater bungalows in the Caribbean. —-

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Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort

WHERE: St. Lucia

Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort is an exquisite place to do everything or not much at all: luxuriating in the Rainforest Spa’s treatment rooms in their own unique treehouses, playing tennis on two floodlit courts, sailing, and snorkeling, or hiking and biking in the jungle. Wake up and splash about in your own private plunge pool—every accommodation has one—before a breezy breakfast at The Terrace restaurant with incredible views of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Val des Pitons towering above you.