Why go all-inclusive in the Caribbean?
For a truly carefree Caribbean holiday, why not go all-inclusive? Destinations like St Lucia, Barbados and Antigua make the perfect place for an all-inclusive holiday. Going all-inclusive removes the stress of trip planning, with everything already paid for as part of your package deal.
Whether you’re booking a couples or family resort, set your budget and book the all-inclusive holiday that suits your needs. View our exciting range of offers to book your all-inclusive package deal. Choose from our array of all-inclusive resorts, where all your food, drinks and activities come at no extra cost. Gratuities are generally included, too.
What are the best all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean?
Coconut Bay Resort & Spa in St Lucia, set amongst 85 acres of waving palm trees, is a blissful beachfront hotel with nine restaurants. They serve buffets and a la carte dishes, as well as themed dinners. They even adapt menus to cater for various dietary requirements. After a delightful dinner, head to any of the hotel’s seven bars and treat yourself to as many drinks as you’d like. Additionally, you’ll have full access to all the pools and activities throughout the day and evening, including live music from local artists. Cocoland, the hotel’s complimentary kids’ club hosts a range of indoor and outdoor activities to occupy little busy whilst Mum and Dad sip cocktails, completely care-free.
Suitable for couples and families, the luxurious, family-run, Sea Breeze Beach Hotel sits on Barbados’ south coast, providing stunning ocean views across Oistins Bay. Your all-inclusive package will include breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks and a minibar brimming with free snacks. Make the most of the hotel’s three pools and activities, including sailing, rum tasting and cocktail classes, just to name a few. Teens aged between 12-16 years can hang out at Shore Break, which features a lounge complete with TV video games and table tennis. Meanwhile, Lil Dippers Kids Club is a space for children aged four to 11 years, with puzzles and arts and crafts to entertain them throughout their stay. For adults, the hot tub is the perfect place to disappear and relax after a full day of activities.
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, in the Dominican Republic, is the Caribbean’s answer to Vegas. Its swish lobby leads into an impressive casino, with live music and entertainment. This epic resort embodies retro glitz and glamour, apparent in its decadent rooms, magic shows and live rock concerts. Hard Rock offers the supreme all-inclusive experience with no hidden costs. You’ll stay in contemporary five-star accommodation, some with a double hydro spa, and 24/7 room service. The whole family can dine at any of the nine restaurants, make full use of the water sports and activities and indulge in free poolside snacks. Roxity Kids Club provides kids aged three to 12 years old with endless fun and games, while adults socialise at themed parties, contests and live concerts.
Sandals Grande Hotel is a picturesque, adults-only resort in the north of Antigua. Situated on its own peninsula between Pigeon Island and Rodney Bay, the resort is nestled amongst 27 acres of lush, tropical gardens alongside Dickenson Bay – the island’s longest sandy beach. Accommodation is arranged over four areas across the resort called The Caribbean Village, with panoramic views of volcanic mountains. All-inclusive guests benefit from gourmet dining at any of the resort’s 16 restaurants and access to all activities, plus organised trips to private offshore islands: Sandals Royal Caribbean and Sandals Royal Bahamian. For the ultimate royal treatment, hire your own personal butler and private airport transfers.
Escape to Secrets Akumal, a secluded beachfront resort, located on Riviera Maya’s coastline. The resort’s Mexican design fuses elegance with natural elements, and rooms feature traditional Mayan artwork. Secrets Akumal provides its guests with an opulent all-inclusive experience, with excellent service, facilities and food. Dine at nine of the hotel’s restaurants, play golf on championship courses or unwind at Secrets Spa with an award-winning Pevonia skincare regime or the latest hydrotherapy treatment. Want to spy the sea turtles for which Akumal is named? Join a free snorkelling class for an unforgettable experience.
When is the best time to go on holiday to the Caribbean?
If you’re looking to catch some winter sun, The Caribbean is the ideal destination, since it benefits from warm weather all year round. The hottest seasons are from December to April, with temperatures soaring above 29 °C. July through August is considered a good time to travel, with warm temperatures in the mid-20s (and less tourists). You’ll find that hotel prices tend to drop during the cooler season, from September to November, with average highs of 25°C.
Why choose British Airways Holidays for your Caribbean holiday?
We deliver on quality and value, since your comfort and safety are our top priority. We have a fantastic array of all-inclusive resorts, ready to pamper you from head to toe. Our customer promise provides peace of mind too, with low deposits, flexible payments, a 24-hour holiday helpine and ATOL protection.