Best all-inclusive resorts for couples in the Caribbean
From butler service to private pool access, these all-inclusive resorts up the ante.
From the powdered sugar-esque beaches of Turks and Caicos to the mountainous terrain of St. Lucia, there are plenty of options for romance in the Caribbean. These resorts (some of which are adults-only, and all of which are Travelers' Choice Award winners) offer a little bit of everything, from ample amenities to stellar service. Below, some of the best all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean for a romantic getaway.
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Sandals, Emerald Bay, Jamaica
One of the most popular all-inclusive resort brands, Sandals’ Emerald Bay property features 500 acres of adults-only paradise, world-class dining, an abundance of pools and oversized suites with romantic views of the beach. The showstopper here is the resort’s Royal Estate Beachfront Villa, a two-story suite which features a private pool and a personal butler to attend to your every need.
Melia, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
The name of the game here is wellness; this expansive adults-only property in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic is divided into five spaces—Social, Silent, Sensory, Culinary, and Personal—to allow guests to experience everything from yoga on the beach to meditation and group bike rides, in addition to delectable fresh cuisine and a luxurious spa. Book the luxe Level Master Suite Beachside for access to a private terrace, a spacious suite, and premium experiences, like a private pool and reserved beach area.
Spice Island, Grenada
With Spice Island’s all-inclusive package, guests get access to amenities including all-day dining and premium drinks, but make sure you’re making time to unwind at the Janissa Spa in between the impressive culinary experiences and gorgeous sand beaches. The spa's romantic relaxation lounge features a couples treatment room, open-air rain showers, and a cedar sauna. Afterwards, retreat back to your ocean-front Royal Cinnamon beach suite, featuring a four-poster bed and a spa-style soaking tub. If the kids are coming along, know that Spice Island is the most family-friendly resort of this trio, allowing kids and offering a designated kids pool. The concierge can coordinate childcare on request, too.
While these resorts are not true all-inclusives, they offer full- and half-board meal plans, so you can pick and choose what works best for you. (Note, often alcohol is not included in these plans, which can be cost-saving for sober travelers and others.)
Sugar Beach, St. Lucia
Nestled in the mountains in the gorgeous landscape of St. Lucia, Sugar Beach is a haven of relaxation and romance. Upon arrival, take a golf cart up to your private villa complete with pool and let the stress of the journey subside. Gorgeous resort pools and delectable restaurants span the property, which offers access to plenty of activities, whether you’re into snorkeling, scuba diving, or hiking one of the surrounding mountains.
Como Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos
This private island paradise is truly one-of-a-kind, from its wellness-centric activities to its private and unique rooms set on 1,000 unspoilt acres of beach. From spacious suites with incredible views of the ocean, to the exclusivity of being the only resort on the entire island, this unique spot is the epitome of romance. After lounging in a beach chair all afternoon in your own private cabana at the adults-only pool, grab a cocktail at the bar, and watch the sun sink into the turquoise waters. Later, indulge in a Japanese bath after a couples massage. In the mood for more romance? The hotel offers a variety of one-of-a-kind experiences, including a private butler for beach house rentals, private beach picnics for two, and custom tiki hut dinners.
Round Hill Montego Bay, Jamaica
Everything here is expertly curated, from the impeccable Ralph Lauren–designed ocean-view guest rooms and suites to the upscale service at every turn. The surrounding landscape is equally as luxurious—lush tropical foliage envelopes the 110-acre peninsula that houses this luxury resort. The resort is not strictly all inclusive, but certain packages offer meal inclusion, with plates created by award-winning Executive Chef Martin Maginley. If the kids are coming along, know that the resort has an on-site nanny program, as well as two kids clubs that offer tons of programming, so you can catch a break.