The 14 Best All-inclusive Resorts in the Caribbean, According to T+L Readers

From St. Lucia to Jamaica, these are the best all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean.

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Picture it: You're sitting on a white-sand beach, tropical drink in hand, without a care in the world. For the ultimate stress-free beach vacation, it's hard to beat a luxurious Caribbean all-inclusive resort. Of course, with so many options spread across the Islands, it can be hard to choose the perfect spot for your next vacation. You'll want to select somewhere with beautiful accommodations, great food and drinks, fun included activities, and stunning views. To aid in your search, we combed through the list of the best resorts in the Caribbean from Travel + Leisure's 2021 World's Best Awards and pulled the all-inclusive properties that received the most votes.

Kamalame Cay

This private island off the coast of Andros is a Bahamian oasis, offering an upscale and secluded experience — complete with powdery sand beaches and lush foliage. With the Guest of House rate, guests can enjoy a daily continental breakfast delivered to their rooms and unlimited meals, beverages, spirits, and house wines from the Tiki Bar and The Great House, so the only thing they need to worry about is applying more sunscreen during days on the beach.

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Aerial view of Jade Mountain
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Jade Mountain

Stunning Jade Mountain sits high above Soufriere Bay, with sweeping views of St. Lucia's famous Pitons. The all-inclusive plan includes meals, beach chairs and towels, non-motorized water sports, and guided estate walks, among other perks. Be sure to book a suite with an infinity pool to make the most of this incredible property.

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Cap Maison

This luxurious boutique resort in St. Lucia offers five-star amenities in a dreamy setting. The Cap It All inclusive plan helps guests make the most of the property, with included breakfasts, three-course lunches and dinners at the restaurants (with daily specials and no buffets), in-room dining, high-end spirits, and more, plus access to non-motorized water sports.

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Aerial view of Anse Chastanet Resort
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Anse Chastanet

Sister property to Jade Mountain, Anse Chastanet makes the most of its St. Lucia setting, offering great snorkeling and scuba opportunities and two beautiful beaches. The all-inclusive plan includes all meals and most beverages served by the glass, while other packages also have unique inclusions such as diving lessons and spa treatments.

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Long dock overwater and a catamaran boat by the sea at Jumby Bay Island resort

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Jumby Bay Island, Oetker Collection

This pristine private island resort, accessible from the Antigua mainland by the resort's private catamaran, is the ultimate all-inclusive island escape, with meals, alcoholic drinks, water sports like water skiing and kayaking, a kids club, and other activities included in the rate.

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Aerial view of Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort
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Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort

Enjoy luxe island living at St. Lucia's Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort. The Home Sweet Home package helps guests make the most of their stay, with meals and select alcoholic beverages included. There's also a Sugar Club program for children ages 4 to 12 and a Spice Club program for older kids, so the whole family can have a fun vacation.

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Curtain Bluff

This Antigua resort offers 72 rooms and suites just steps from the beach, including some exclusive accommodations with private plunge pools overlooking the turquoise sea. Room rates include meals, beverages, and activities such as scuba diving and water skiing.

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The pool at Royalton Negril

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Royalton Negril, Autograph Collection

Royalton Negril has everything you need for a relaxing Jamaica getaway, including family-friendly entertainment, several restaurants, and kids and teens clubs. Solo travelers may want to opt for the adults-only section, Hideaway at Royalton Negril, for more mingling opportunities.

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With just 37 rooms and suites offering incredible views and plunge pools, this adults-only St. Lucia resort offers an intimate experience. The all-inclusive plan includes breakfast, three-course lunches and dinners, and select alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, while other packages include add-ons like a sunset cruise.

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Casa de Campo Resort & Villas

This Dominican Republic resort, located in La Romana, offers an extensive all-inclusive package complete with accommodations, meals, alcoholic beverages, unlimited horseback riding, tennis, non-motorized water sports, and family-friendly activities.

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the great house at Necker Island

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Necker Island

Necker Island, Sir Richard Branson's private escape off the coast of Virgin Gorda, is known for its exclusivity. You can book the entire island for the ultimate all-inclusive experience. You can also reserve individual rooms on select weeks, with rates encompassing accommodations, all meals and drinks, and water sports equipment, among other perks.

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Couples Negril

This adults-only resort on the west coast of Jamaica has 234 rooms and suites, and 10 restaurants and bars offering 24-hour gourmet dining and unlimited spirits. Rates also include excursions and nightly entertainment so you can have a relaxing getaway in paradise.

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Couples Sans Souci

Like its sister resort in Negril, this Couples outpost in Ocho Rios includes 24-hour gourmet dining, alcoholic beverages, entertainment, golf, tennis, scuba diving, and excursions with its nightly rate.

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Aerial view of Royalton Blue Waters

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Royalton Blue Waters, Autograph Collection

Located in Montego Bay, Jamaica, Royalton Blue Waters has 228 rooms and suites to choose from. The resort makes a great spot for a family-friendly all-inclusive vacation thanks to its water park and its kids club, which offers supervised options for younger kids and teens. It's also home to several restaurants and bars.

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