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Best All Inclusive Caribbean Resorts

Sunset at Beaches Negril, Jamaica

All inclusive resorts, which typically bundle accommodations, meals, alcohol and nonalcoholic beverages, and a variety of activities in their rates, are synonymous with the Caribbean, but some properties are definitely a cut above the rest. Check out our picks for the absolute best all inclusive Caribbean resorts. These resorts guarantee carefree good times in a tropical paradise with excessive fun in the sun for all ages.

5 Best All Inclusive Caribbean Resorts

Beaches Negril Resort
Beaches Negril Waterpark
Beaches Negril Resort in Jamaica is consistently rated one of the top all inclusive family resorts in the world.  Who wouldn’t love all inclusive drinks and dining, a super kids club, more water sports than most resorts, including free scuba diving and some motorized water sports, an array of entertainment, an 8,000-square-foot water park, and seven miles of white sand beach?

All of Jamaica offers a casual, carefree atmosphere, but the moment you walk into Beaches Negril Resort & Spa you feel that laid-back vibe that puts you in vacation mode. Add 18,000-square-feet of Pirate Island water park, and Beaches Negril becomes a haven of fun in the sun. The Kids’ Club offers age age-appropriate activities for kids of all ages. Kids will love the variety of small ways the resort caters exclusively to young tastes, beginning with self-serve ice cream. Sesame Street characters are featured throughout the property, from parades to stage shows, and children can enjoy such “sunny day” activities as baking with Cookie Monster and bird-watching with Big Bird. For adults, treats range from all inclusive scuba diving and water sports to golf and a full-service spa. Everything you can possibly imagine is beachside at Beaches Negril.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana
Hard Rock Hotel Punta Cana pool
From the time you drive through the gates at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana, you are a rock star! Other all inclusive hotels should use Hard Rock as a benchmark for hospitality. They offer a massive beachfront with plenty of lounge chairs, spacious suites fully equipped with Hydro Spa Tub, private balconies, free Wi-Fi, and free liquor dispensers, a 45,000-square-foot casino, 9 varied dining options, 23 bars, and one nightclub, 13 pools, including one for adults only and one with waterslides for kids, a beautiful spa and well-equipped fitness center, a Jack Nicklaus designed 18-hole golf course, fantastic family amenities including a kids’ club, arcade room, and a mini-golf course, a constant schedule of concert performances, 65,000 square feet of state-of-the-art meeting facilities, and 24 hour room service.

Windjammer Landing
Sunset at Windjammer Landing
Nestling on its own private, tropical hillside and overlooking the calm waters of Labrelotte Bay, Windjammer Landing in St. Lucia is undoubtedly the ideal place for a honeymoon. It offers mountaintop vistas, private villas, romantic, oceanfront dining, and spa services. It isn’t just a honeymoon destination though; it’s one of the most child-friendly resorts in the world. At Windjammer Landing, children are special guests and a top priority, just like the parents who bring them. They offer babysitting and nanny services day and night, two swimming pools devoted exclusively to kids, tons of daily activities, and the Jacquot Fun Club, making certain that children have as much fun as grown ups.

Windjammer Landing is nestled on 60 acres, offering exclusive access to 64,000 square feet of powdery, white sand. Their guests enjoy six swimming pools, an array of motorized sporting activities, and premier dining. Kids and teens also love our beach pizza parties, coconut bowling, and dance lessons.

Casa de Campo Resort
Casa De Campo pool
7000 Acres = 10.9375 Square Miles – That’s the size of Casa de Campo Resort in Dominican Republic. From horseback riding along the Chavon River to shooting at the Safari Club, from boat tours to Catalina Island to couples massages at the spa, Casa de Campo activities read like a life’s bucket list rather than resort options. Everyday at Casa de Campo is filled with new adventures and luxurious experiences.

Their all inclusive package includes all meals (including room service); cocktails and drinks at the included restaurants, bars, and lounges; unlimited horseback riding, tennis, and non-motorized water sports. It also covers one round of 25 shots of skeet or trap shooting at the shooting range.

Guests can choose from hotel rooms, suites, or luxury villas that housed guests like Michael Jordan and the Kardashians. There’s a polo club, a 370-berth marina for the yacht, a 5,000-seat amphitheater, a tennis center, and a 245-acre shooting club. Golf is a specialty and they are home to the famous Teeth of of the Dog course.

Finest Punta Cana

Finest Punta Cana Bucket List

Finest Punta Cana is one of the smallest properties on our list, but that’s one of it’s most appealing qualities. It’s quaint and luxurious with top-notch service and plenty of amenities.

It’s designed for both families and adults with a sprawling main pool, splash pools and games for little ones, and a pristine, golden sand beach.

Best All Inclusive Caribbean Resorts

These all inclusive Caribbean resorts raise the bar for your best Caribbean vacation ever. Each property offers a top-notch all inclusive experience. What all inclusive Caribbean resorts top your list? My next unbelievable vacation destination awaits.

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13 thoughts on “Best All Inclusive Caribbean Resorts

  1. Kristy Bullard says:

    These are all amazing! This is making me want to plan a trip to the Caribbean! The Casa de Campo Resort is where I need to be right now.

  2. Sarah Bailey says:

    Oh my goodness these all sound absolutely amazing! I have to admit I would love to go to the Caribbean one day as it seems like such a tropical paradise! So I’ll ave to remember these ideas of places to stay.

  3. Athena says:

    I didn’t even know they had all inclusive resorts and now I am going to look into it. I can’t stand all the surprise expenses involved in getting away. This would be perfect for our family.

  4. Reesa Lewandowski says:

    All inclusives are the way to go for sure! I will have to look into your selections for our next family vacation!

  5. This post is invaluable! It’s hard to know if you’re gonna get what you pay for, or if there’s something more suited to your family, if you haven’t been to the area before. Thank you for this!

  6. kumamonjeng says:

    Carribean Resorts look stunning, like the sunshines, blue water. You have a great list but I would have to decide which one suit my family vacation more before I do any booking. Thanks again for sharing the wonderful tips and pictures.

  7. Danielle Fox says:

    I love the idea of all included – esp with kids! They are so expensive to take on trips. Eating constantly, needing new juice cups all day – this is a good idea

  8. I would love to do an inclusive vacation one day and these all look like fun places to visit. Inclusive would probably save money in the long run, such a valuable post, thanks for sharing.

  9. Hannah Marie says:

    These are awesome resorts! I love everything about the Windjammer Landing. I wish to visit one day.

  10. Tiffany says:

    They all look lovely and it is nice having everything included! Thank you for sharing your best picks.

  11. FANTASTIC! I love this post. We are going to Turks & Caicos Beaches resort in October. I can not wait!

  12. Suzanne says:

    The Casa de Campo resort is calling to me! I need to get away stat!

  13. In serious need of a tropical vacation, so this list couldn’t come at a better time! Never done the all inclusive style before, but it seems like such a relaxing and carefree option.

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