10 Perfect All-Inclusive Resorts on St. Lucia

These dreamy resorts are a little slice of paradise.

All-Inclusive Resorts in St. Lucia
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An island best known for the striking silhouette of the Piton Mountains, St. Lucia has all the trappings of a traditional Caribbean getaway: endless sun, powder-white sand, and a clutch of Edenic all-inclusive resorts.

Whether you're here for the snorkeling, the mud baths, the oceanside hiking, or the celebrity sightings (they flock here in droves), St. Lucia has a lot to offer the warm-weather traveler, with a particularly high-end vibe. For travelers seeking an all-inclusive vacay, there are plenty of options on the island, none of which are mundane. Here are 10 of St. Lucia's best all-inclusive resorts and resorts with all-inclusive packages, so find your sunglasses and start planning.

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Cap Maison

All-Inclusive Resorts in St. Lucia
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A former sugar plantation with rooms featuring dark wood and tiled baths, Cap Maison lets its stellar views and top-notch service do the talking. Known for extraordinary massages — which you can have on your terrace if you like — this isn't a traditional all-inclusive hotel, so it tends to attract a somewhat less party-focused traveler. The "Cap It All" inclusive package takes care of breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus house wines and spirits, sodas, and local rums (crucial!) by the glass. And if you're seeking a particularly secluded stay, request an oceanview villa with a private pool.

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StolenTime by Rendezvous Saint Lucia

All-Inclusive Resorts in St. Lucia
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At this decidedly couples-focused resort, visitors can opt into a host of romantic activities, from candlelit private dinners to lessons on how to give a professional-grade massage to your partner. Rendezvous is a true all-inclusive, with taxes, tips, motorized water sports, professionally led scuba dives, and all beverages (including premium-brand booze and wine by the bottle) included. Know that if your preferred getaway is all flip-flops, string bikinis, and sand in your hair, this might not be quite right for you: Though the rules have relaxed somewhat since a recent rebrand, the property has traditionally had dinnertime dress codes. It makes for a more elegant vibe, but packing shoes that aren't sandals might be a non-starter for some travelers.

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All-Inclusive Resorts in St. Lucia
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"Give us your body for a week and we'll give you back your mind," trumpets the website of this resort. It's tough to argue when you see that each day of your stay includes a free 50-minute spa treatment — perhaps a massage, or a facial, or an aloe body wrap. At BodyHoliday, the all-inclusive package includes pro-fitness training, sailing, yoga, and spinning classes, as well as health-focused meals (gluten-free, low-carb, and nutritionist-designed menus abound) at six different bars and restaurants. All rooms overlook either a garden or the ocean.

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Ladera Resort

All-Inclusive Resorts in St. Lucia
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For those who like their romantic, tropical vacations to feel, well, romantic and tropical, Ladera is the place to go. Rooms are decked out in dark golden wood, with gauzy draperies breezily thrown over four-poster beds, though the main draw is the lack of a fourth wall. There's nothing between you and those stunning Piton views. The resort isn't technically all-inclusive, but those who adore its restaurant, Dasheene, with its spectacular perch over the ocean and riffs on traditional St. Lucian dishes (sweet potato and coconut soup; roast conch; plantain gratin with coconut rum sauce) often pick the all-inclusive option. Be aware that there's a dress code at dinnertime for both men and women.

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Sandals Grande St. Lucian

All-Inclusive Resorts in St. Lucia
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Sometimes you just want a familiar, all-inclusive resort that pulls no punches, has no hidden fees, and includes activities like scuba diving, sailing, waterskiing, meals at a dozen different restaurants, unlimited premium liquors at swim-up bars, sunbathing on a mile-long beach, and tips. Grande is the favorite Sandals resort of most St. Lucia regulars. Just keep in mind that because some folks come here to really take advantage of that all-you-can-drink deal, it can get noisy. Avoid any vacation interruptions by requesting a quieter room (and one with a private plunge pool) far from the bars and main floor lobby areas.

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Jade Mountain Resort

An infinity pool at Jade Mountain resort in St Lucia, voted one of the best hotels in the world
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Lauded for its sustainable initiatives and its volcanic microbrewery, the Jade Mountain Resort is a particular favorite on the island. However, it's the 24 infinity pools that perfectly reflect the sweeping views of the Pitons that keep travelers dreaming year after year. The rooms themselves are designed to blend seamlessly into the panorama with an open fourth wall and up to 2,000 square feet to stretch out in — that's in addition to your own personal infinity pool no smaller than 400 square feet. Jade Mountain's all-inclusive option covers meals and beverages, which can be enjoyed on the Celestial Terrace or in the comfort of your suite that you'll never want to leave.

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East Winds

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East Winds is one of the more affordable all-inclusive options in St. Lucia and is highly raved about. Between Masson Point and Labrelotte Bay, this resort boasts its own private beach. The all-inclusive experience at East Winds covers everything but the spa treatments: champagne, wine and spirits, and all your meals. This also includes snorkeling and sailing lessons, yoga and pilates classes, and cooking and cocktail-crafting courses. And if you're looking for somewhere to tie the knot, you can even take advantage of the resort's wedding package that includes your legal fees, ceremony space, bouquet, and boutonniere.

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Zoëtry Marigot Bay

Capella Marigot Bay Resort and Marina
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Adjacent to the island's preferred superyacht berthing spot, Zoëtry Marigot Bay offers luxe accommodation in the center of a vibrant village filled with shopping boutiques and some of the island's top restaurants. Rooms range from the resort-view junior suites (which are still quite spacious in their own right) to the expansive residence suites. The resort's "Endless Privileges" all-inclusive program comes with 24-hour dining access, unlimited top-shelf liquor, and a host of amenities that (if you book one of the highest-end room types) can even include a private butler.

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Anse Chastanet

Best Resorts in the Caribbean: Anse Chastanet Resort
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The sister property of the Jade Mountain Resort, nearby Anse Chastanet offers its own stunning perspective of the Pitons, as well as a design scheme that takes inspiration from nature at every turn. Each room has its own special feature, such as the suite with a balcony built around a red gommier tree and open-wall suites similar to the ones at Jade Mountain. However, it's a better choice for those who want quicker access to the soft sand and coral reef of the Anse Chastanet beach.

The all-inclusive package covers all your meals, plus any beverage served by the glass, excluding champagne and specialty liquors. Lovebirds looking for an all-inclusive plan might also opt for the Total Romance Package, which also includes an airport transfer, drinks from the in-room fridge, welcome cocktails, and a bottle of champagne in addition to the all-inclusive meal plan.

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Serenity at Coconut Bay

A bowl of tropical fruit sits next to a small private plunge pool with a running waterfall feature
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Serenity at Coconut Bay offers a private and peaceful escape for couples looking for peace and quiet. This adults-only resort has a robust all-inclusive plan that includes butler service, airport transfers, golf cart transfers to the beach and spa, plus a private patio in your room complete with a plunge pool and waterfall. That's not to mention the unlimited wine and spirits, cocktails, and both gourmet and casual meals. The all-inclusive experience even includes access to the eight restaurants at seven bars at Serenity's sister resort Coconut Bay, which is not adults only.

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