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Here Are The Best All-Inclusive Resorts In The Caribbean

By Parker Diakite

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If you’re planning a trip to the beautiful islands of the Caribbean, then you may want to consider booking your stay in an all-inclusive resort. Many people opt all-inclusive resorts over hotels because they help to save money because you don’t have to travel far for food or entertainment.

 

All-inclusive resorts requires less planning, which means more time for you to enjoy your vacation. Below are some of the best all-inclusive resorts for your Caribbean getaway:

 

The Spice Island Beach Resort 

Located in Grenada, The Spice Island Beach Resort is a year-round retreat that has an AAA Five-Diamond rating. This black-owned inclusive resort is stretched over eight-acres of land on Grenada’s infamous Gran Anse Beach, and includes beachfront suites,  private plunge pools, and various activities for those looking to relax on their vacation.

 

PHOTO | The Spice Island Beach Resort

 

Frangipani Beach Resort

If you’re looking for a more intimate setting in Anguilla, then Frangipani Beach Resort is perfect for you. Voted “Best Boutique Hotel in the Caribbean” by the Caribbean Journal, this beautiful 19-room boutique resort is located on the powdery white sands of Meads Bay.

 

Facebook | Frangipani Beach Resort

 

 
Secrets Wild Orchid Jamaica

Secrets Wild Orchid in Jamaica is the all inclusive-resort you want to book if you have a desire to mix relaxation with adventure. Activities include windsurfing, snorkeling, and scuba diving lessons, shopping and more. Set on a peninsula with over a mile of private beach leading into the waters of Montego Bay, this resort offers plenty of things to do during your stay.

 

PHOTO | Frangipani Beach Resort

 

Mangobay Barbados

Mangobay Barbados is known for its personal and friendly service.  Located in the historic Holetown area on the famed Gold Coast of Barbados. Restaurants, bars and boutiques of Holetown St. James along with the Limegrove Lifestyle Center are just footsteps away.


 

PHOTO | Mangobay Barbados

 

CHIC by Royalton Resorts

Chic by Royalton Resorts  adult-only resort is located on the golden sands of Uvero Alto beach in Punta Cana.  In addition to guestrooms, Chic by Royalton  also allows visitors to book a stay in its beautiful Chic Mansion that includes guestrooms and more.

 

PHOTO| Chic Resorts

BodyHoliday

BodyHoliday is exclusively for travelers looking for a total mind and body reset.  This inclusive resort in Saint Lucia  is located on a secluded cove of white sand beach at the edge of the Caribbean Sea, surrounded by tropical gardens and rainforests. Travelers will book their itinerary around how much or how little they plan to do. Activities include, spas, retreats, yoga, and more that designed to help you restore balance.

 

PHOTO| Bodystay Saint Lucia

 

ÓLEO Cancun Playa

ÓLEO Cancún Playa’s mission is to have guests create their experience at this boutique resort. Here you will find a chic minimalist decor and every design and detail was designed to help visitors achieve total relaxation in a modern environment to “inspire and delight all their senses,” according to ÓLEO’s mission.

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