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A lot of people who are searching for last minute vacation deals in St. Lucia are looking for St. Lucia All Inclusive Resorts. There are about 63 hotels and resorts in St. Lucia to choose from, but only 10 of those are actually all inclusive. The rest are either traditional resorts ( 18 in total) or standalone hotels (35). While one might think that 10 all inclusive resorts is not all that many, St. Lucia still offers more all inclusives than, let’s say, Puerto Rico. If you are looking for a wider choice of all inclusive resorts, I would recommend to check out the Dominican Republic that offers about 120 all-inclusives or Jamaica that offers the sunlovers as many as 49 all inclusive resorts.

Staying at one of St. Lucia’s all inclusive family resorts is one of the most popular options, as these resorts are always located near the beach and offer a lot of water and land activates for everyone. All Inclusive resorts in St. Lucia are also a popular choice for numerous honeymooners, who have recently discovered this new location packed with many quite romantic getaways. You have also to take into account that all inclusive resorts in St. Lucia are quite pricey and upscale. For instance, there are 3 Sandals resorts, one from the Elite Island Resorts collection (the new St. James’s Club, Morgan Bay), and two resorts owned by Sunswept, all of which are above the average budget. The price is normally not an issue for honeymooners as they are looking for that unique reclusive experience, which St. Lucia definitely delivers with its stunning scenery, fragrant blooms, tropical birds, rugged volcanic mountains and beautiful beaches. Be careful when choosing your all inclusive getaway, as some of those resorts are for couples only, while others a more catered towards families, and could be too much for honeymooners.

top reasons to travel to st. lucia

  • St. Lucians are an extremely friendly nation, and they love sharing their island’s culture and heritage with tourists;
  • Ideal for couples looking to exchanges their woes in an exotic location, or honeymooners who are looking for that perfect retreat for just the two of them;
  • Superb, fertile landscapes, including lush rain forests, and the famous volcanic mountain peaks called the Pitons, make St. Lucia one of the most picturesque Caribbean destination;
  • Deluxe all inclusive accommodation options located in different parts of the island, as well as traditional small inns, with some of them at the foot of the famous Pitons;
  • Numerous land and water activities, including pristine beaches, ideal for scuba diving and snorkeling. Music lovers will appreciate St. Lucia Jazz Festival visited by people from all over the world

featured all inclusive resorts in st. lucia

BodyHoliday

BodyHoliday

BodyHoliday, LeSport is more than an all inclusive resort, it’s your Wellness Center! If you want to recharge and rejuvenate your body and mind, and feel totally relaxed upon leaving, then choose this luxurious resort set on a private cove in northwestern part of St. Lucia.

•Cariblue Beach | Cap Estate, Castries 437, St. Lucia

•Rooms: 154 fully-equipped luxury guestrooms featuring mahogany furniture, granite vanity in bathrooms, a terrace or balcony with French doors and wicker furnishings;

•All-Inclusive: luxurious accommodation, 3 daily meals plus snacks, wine for lunch and dinner, premium liquors at the bars, 50 min of spa treatment daily, pool and beach steward service, non-motorized and some motorized sports, land sports and fitness;

•Dining: 4 restaurants, 1 bar;

•Activities: 2 swimming pools, beautiful beach, cycling, volleyball, aerobics, fitness classes, fencing, spinning, pilates, Tai Chi, archery, Golf Academy, yoga, tennis, Soft Adventure program;

•Water Sports: scuba diving, tubing, kayaking, hobiecats, windsurfing, wake boarding, water-skiing, snorkeling;

•Awards: 39 awards from 2005-2012, including the latest Fodor’s Top 100 Hotels 2012, TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence, 2012, and SpaFinder: Reader’s Choice, 2012.

•Pros: adults only; spa treatments included; gourmet dining; some unusual land activities (archery);

•Cons: plain rooms; tiny bathrooms; need to climb steps to visit spa;

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Rendezvous St. Lucia

Rendezvous St. Lucia

If you are looking to rekindle romance and remind each other what brought the two of you together, then book Rendezvous St. Lucia and enjoy its picture perfect white-sand beach, clear turquoise waters, candlelit dining, and unsurpassed luxury.

•Malabar Beach | Castries 190, St. Lucia

•Rooms: 100 phenomenally luxurious guestrooms, featuring 4-poster beds, mahogany and rattan furniture, private terraces or balconies;

•All-Inclusive: deluxe accommodation,3 daily meals, unlimited soft drinks, premium liquors, wine by the bottle at dinner, water sports (motorized and non-motorized), land sports, unlimited tennis, nightly entertainment, weekly manager’s cocktail party, personalized dining experience;

•Dining: 2 restaurants, 3 bars;

•Activities: 2 free-form pools, a Jacuzzi, beach, walks and hikes, biking, tennis, archery, fitness center, golfing, volleyball, Tai Chi, table tennis; spa services($), golfing($);

•Water Sports: scuba diving, wake boarding, water-skiing, wake-boarding, knee-boarding, tubing, windsurfing, hobiecats, kayaking, sailing, aqua aerobics,;

•Pros: couples only; romantic and easy going ambiance; near airport;

•Cons: rooms have no TVs; too much noise from airport

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Sandals La Toc Golf Resort & Spa in St. Lucia

Sandals La Toc Golf Resort & Spa in St. Lucia

If you are looking for a colorful vacation setting, where you can enjoy a half-mile crescent-shaped beach, gently sloping fairways, verdant hillsides, striking coral bluffs, and a challenging golf course, then pick Sandals La Toc Golf Resort & Spa Adults-Only resort for your ultimate vacation destination.

•La Toc, Castries, St. Lucia

•Rooms: 331 luxuriously furnished guestrooms featuring mahogany furniture, plasma TVs, plunge pools, private patios or balconies, and magnificent views;

•All-Inclusive: deluxe accommodation, 3 daily meals, unlimited snacks, unlimited soft drinks, unlimited brand name liquors, airport transfers, onsite 9-hole golf course, butler service at top-tier accommodations, unlimited water and land sports;

•Dining: 9 gourmet restaurants onsite, plus 12 restaurants at the nearby sister Sandals resort; 10 bars;

•Activities: a half-mile beach, 4 free-form swimming pools, 2 swim-up bars, 4 whirlpools, complementary golf course, flood-lit tennis courts, bocce ball, giant outdoor chess, beach volleyball, board games, basketball, fitness center, table tennis; nightly entertainment, themed parties; spa services($), private cabanas($);

•Water Sports: scuba diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing, hobie cats, hydrobikes;

•Awards: TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence 2012 winner

•Pros: beautiful scenery; numerous activities; onsite golf; shuttle from airport;

•Cons: a bit isolated location

•Specials: up to $355 air credit; 65% off on a 3-night stay; 1 free night on a 7-night stay; $100 spa credit on a 6-night stay;

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Sandals Grande St. Lucian Spa and Beach Resort

Sandals Grande St. Lucian Spa and Beach Resort

If you are looking for a picture-perfect postcard background for your next all inclusive luxury vacation, then choose Sandals Grande St. Lucian Spa and Beach Resort. Located on its own peninsular, it allows its guests to enjoy both the calm waters of the Caribbean Sea and the far-flung shores of Martinique from the Atlantic Ocean side.

•Rodney Bay, Gros Islet, St. Lucia

•Rooms: 301 luxuriously apponited guestrooms featuring mahogany furniture, enormous bathrooms, private whirlpools, flat-screen TVs, plunge pools, private patios or balconies, and stunning views;

•All-Inclusive: deluxe accommodation, 3 daily meals, unlimited snacks, unlimited soft drinks, unlimited brand name liquors, airport transfers, 24-hour room service, butler service at top-tier accommodations, unlimited water and land sports, nightly entertainment, golf at the nearby Sandals La Toc;

•Dining: 8 restaurants, 6 bars onsite; plus dine around at 12 additional restaurants at the two sister Sandals resorts;

•Activities: 5 fresh water pools, swim-up bars, 4 whirlpools, a mile-long gorgeous beach, fitness center, pool volleyball, billiards, board games, beach volleyball, flood-lit tennis courts, table tennis, golfing, themed parties, saxophone serenades, onsite village festivals, fire dancers; spa services($);

•Water Sports: scuba diving, knee-boarding, water-skiing, hobie cats, hydrobikes, windsurfing, sailing, snorkeling, canoeing, kayaking;

•Awards: TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence 2012 winner

•Pros: couples only, beachfront resort; very intimate; lots of amenities; many land & water activities included; lots of dining choices; exchange privileges;

•Cons: expensive

•Specials: up to $355 air credit; 65% off on a 3-night stay

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Sandals Halcyon Beach St. Lucia

Sandals Halcyon Beach St. Lucia

Looking for a captivating island romantic all inclusive vacation? Look no further! At Sandals Halcyon Beach St. Lucia couples enjoy the beautiful Halcyon Beach, fascinating  ginger breaded cottages, secluded lagoons, alluring strolls among birds of paradise, and gourmet dining scene.

•Choc Bay, Castries GM910, St. Lucia

•Rooms: 169 guestrooms featuring, mahogany furnishings, Caribbean-style decor, plasma TVs, private furnished patios or balconies, and dramatic views;

•All-Inclusive: deluxe accommodation, 3 daily meals, unlimited snacks, unlimited soft drinks, unlimited brand name liquors, airport transfers, 24-hour room service, butler service at top-tier accommodations, unlimited water and land sports, nightly entertainment, golf at the nearby Sandals La Toc;

•Dining: 4 restaurants, 7 bars; plus, 17 additional restaurants at the nearby sister Sandals resorts;

•Activities: 3 swimming pools, 3 whirlpools, 2 swim-up bars, beautiful beach, rainforest, a volcano, fitness center, flood-lit tennis courts, golf at the nearby Sandals La Toc, billiards, beach volleyball, board games, shuffle boards, table tennis; themed parties, fashion shows, live music; spa services($);

•Water Sports: scuba diving, sailing, water-skiing, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, knee-boarding, hydrobikes;

•Awards: TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence 2012 winner

•Pros: wonderful Pier Restaurant built on the beach above the ocean, beautiful grounds, relaxed atmosphere, exchange privileges with two other Sandals, helpful staff;

•Cons: too small for some, older crowd, lack of beach umbrellas;

•Specials: 65% off on a 3-night stay; 1 free night on a 7-night stay

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Coconut Bay Beach Resort and Spa

Coconut Bay Beach Resort and Spa

Coconut Bay Beach Resort and Spa combines Two Worlds in One tranquil setting: Adults-Only oasis ideal for romantic couples and honeymooners (the Harmony wing), and a family-oriented Splash wing, the most dynamic playground in the Caribbean.

•Vieux Fort, St. Lucia

•Rooms: 250 guestrooms, featuring relaxing contemporary decor, luxurious linen, and minifridges;

•All-Inclusive: 3 daily meals and snacks throughout the day, unlimited soft drinks, unlimited non-premium liquor, top-shelf liquor for nominal fee, welcome drink, weekly manager’s cocktail party, Kidz Club, water park;

•Dining: 4 restaurants, 5 bars;

•Activities: beach, 4 swimming pools, water park, lazy river, 2 waterslides, Kidz club, water fountain playground, 4 lit tennis courts, aerobics, sports games, yoga, nightly entertainment, themed dinners, fitness center, beach volleyball, whirlpool, pilates, table tennis, adults-only pool; spa services($), paintball($);

•Water Sports: pool volleyball, water polo, snorkeling; kite-surfing, windsurfing($);

•Pros: family friendly; close to airport; great for windsurfing

•Cons: no bathtubs – just showers; not good for swimming due to rough surf; far from everything (except airport)

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Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort

Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort

Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort is a perfect Caribbean escape for both families and romantic couples. Guests like red-roofed Mediterranean-style villas sprawled across 65 acres of lush gardens, the beautiful Labrelotte Bay, and the personal touch of the staff.

•Labrelotte Bay | Saint Lucia, Castries, St. Lucia

•Rooms: 237 guestrooms featuring eye-catching Caribbean decor, 4-poster beds, and amazing ocean views;

•All-Inclusive: 3 daily meals, snacks, soft drinks, liquors, wine by the glass, motorized and non-motorized sports;

•Dining: 4 restaurants, 3 bars;

•Activities: beach, 5 swimming pools, a Jacuzzi, fitness center, tennis, kids programs, beach soccer, hiking, stretch classes; spa services($), golf($);

•Water Sports: pool volleyball, water polo, snorkeling, kayaking, banana rides, tubing, hobiecats, windsurfing, sailing, catamaran sail trip; scuba diving($), wake-boarding($), water-skiing($), knee-boating($);

•Pros: calm atmosphere, isolated hillside setting, numerous activities, gorgeous views;

•Cons: some villas are away from the beach at the foot of a steep hill (but shuttle service is available);

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St. James's Club Morgan Bay, Saint Lucia

St. James's Club Morgan Bay, Saint LuciaSt. James's Club Morgan Bay, Saint Lucia - aerial view

Favored by couples, honeymooners, and families alike, St. James’s Club Morgan Bay (formerly Almond Morgan Bay Beach Resort) offers refreshingly vibrant, colorful, and casual ambiance of a waterfront all-inclusive resort.

•Choc Bay, Gros Islet, St. Lucia

•Rooms: 345 Caribbean themed guestrooms, featuring private balconies or terraces;

•All-Inclusive: 3 daily meals, snacks throughout the day, unlimited soft drinks, premium alcohol by the glass, non-motorized sports, kids’ program;

•Dining: 4 restaurants, and 4 bars;

•Activities: 4 swimming pools, including 2 free-form pools, a family pool, and a Hilltop poll with a panoramic view, beach, 4 tennis courts (2 lit), fitness center, volleyball, Kids’ Club, cooking classes, dance classes, yoga, live lightly entertainment; golf nearby($);

•Water Sports: non-motorized water sports, including snorkeling, kayaking, pedal boats, and hobiecats, sailing, windsurfing, aqua cycling, banana boating;

•Pros: great for families, a lot of activities, relaxed informal atmosphere, unsurpassed ambiance of Morgan’s Pier

•Cons: too big and busy for some; small beach; too far the from the airport;

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Smugglers Cove Resort & Spa

Smugglers Cove Resort & Spa

If you are looking for a fantastic location for your all inclusive experience in addition to a gorgeous beach and friendly relaxing atmosphere, then Smugglers Cove Resort & Spa is the place to go.

•Cap Estates, Cap Estate, St. Lucia

•Rooms: 357 newly refurbished spacious guestrooms, all featuring a private bath and a terrace with a dramatic panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea or the hill;

•All-Inclusive: 3 daily meals, snacks until midnight, unlimited soft drinks, brand name liquors, wine by the glass served during lunch or dinner, non-motorized water sports, land sports and activities, kids programs, live nightly entertainment;

•Dining: 4 restaurants, 5 bars;

•Activities: 7 swimming pools (2 for adults), beach, swim-up bar, fitness center, dance lessons, table tennis, aerobics, Tai Chi, yoga, guided walks, archery, squash, volleyball, billiards, 7 lit tennis courts, supervised kids’ activities (Mini Club, Kids Club, Teen Center), beachside cocktail bar, live music; spa services ($);

•Water Sports: snorkeling, kayaking, aqua cycling, windsurfing,  banana boats, pedalos, water-skiing; scuba diving ($); other motorized water sports ($);

•Pros: spacious rooms for families; great kids activities; excellent tennis courts; nightly entertainment suitable for families;

•Cons: not a quiet place for couples; spread too wide on hills;

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St. Lucian by Rex Resorts, St. Lucia

St. Lucian by Rex Resorts, St. Lucia

With its own manicured gardens on the Rodney Bay’s Reduit Beach, St. Lucian by Rex Resorts caters to both active travelers who enjoy water and land sports, and lazy guests who prefer pampering and retail therapy.

•Rodney Bay, Reduit Beach, Gros Islet, St. Lucia

•Rooms: 120 guestrooms, featuring a furnished balcony or patio, floral drapes, and rattan furniture;

•All-Inclusive: 3 daily meals, afternoon tea, Caribbean cocktails, house wine, house liquors, domestic beer, soft drinks, non-motorized water sports, free pool scuba demonstration, daytime tennis; non-house brand liquors and wine, bottled water are not included ($);

•Dining: 2 restaurants, a cafe, and a lounge/bar;

•Activities: 2 swimming pools, swim-up bar, fitness center, daytime  tennis;  horse-riding($), lit tennis court($), kids services($); golf nearby($);

•Water Sports: snorkeling, sunfish sailing, sailing, pedal boats, kayaking; water-skiing($), deep-sea fishing($), scuba diving($), jet-skiing($), water-skiing($), banana boat rides($), tubing($);

•Pros: excellent location, gorgeous beach, great staff, food is plentiful, sits right on the beach, amazing views, numerous dining options outside the hotel;

•Cons: hotel is lightly tired looking;

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If you are looking not only for all inclusive resorts, but for traditional accommodations as well, St. Lucia offers dozens of small private hotels and inns that you can choose from. It might be that they are not located directly on the beach, but they are normally very charming and inexpensive options that you might want to consider. In any case, those smaller hotels won’t be too far from the beach anyway, but they could be a viable option if you are on a budget.

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