All Inclusive Resorts on St. Lucia

All-inclusive resorts on St. Lucia allow guests to worry about nothing, enjoy everything

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St. Lucian by Rex Resorts

One of the perks of picking an all-inclusive resort on St. Lucia is that the island is so new to the phenomenon that it offers them in fine-tuned perfection. At the same time, St. Lucia is not so overrun by all-inclusives you can't get away from their warmly-calculated pampering when you want to.

There are only a handful all-inclusive resorts on St. Lucia and, with the notable exceptions of the in Vieux Fort and Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort in Soufrière, all are located at the northwest end of the island, scattered between the urban center of the Castries and its rural neighbor Gros Islet. Most resorts are family-friendly with package variations for couples, singles, and seniors.

While prices may seem high, travelers should take into account all that is included in these packages. Food, lodging, entertainment, and transportation are usually a part of the price of such resorts, and it can be difficult to find a better deal.

There is little these resorts do not offer. Many have multiple in-house restaurants ranging from fine dining with elegant and sophisticated surroundings to informal seafood buffets awash in tropical regalia. In addition to the standard entertainments of tennis, volleyball, guided tours, and horse-back riding; many all-inclusive resorts also offer 18-hole golf courses, sailing lessons, deep-sea fishing excursions, water parks for the kids, swim-up bars for the adults, and pung pools bubbling with volcanic mineral water pumped fresh from the Pitons for those who simply want to feel good.

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There are those who argue that staying at an all-inclusive resort can take much of the fun out of exploring a new country. After all, resorts with all meals and activities included make it more expensive to strike out on your own and explore a local restaurant or take a tour on your own.

Some visitors seek the comfort of an all-inclusive package. There are multiple reasons why these plans are so popular. For instance, they offer the easiest way to know in advance what your vacation will cost. Click on each property to compare dining options, activities, and amenities.

Tennis enthusiasts and their families usually enjoy staying at Windjammer Landing, because they offer some nice tennis facilities on-site Windjammer Landing caters to a diverse group of travelers, including honeymooners, couples and families. Choose to stay in either of the resort's luxury suites or spacious villas which overlook the stunning Laberlotte Bay on the northwest side of St. Lucia. If you want to call before you go, you can do so at (758) 456-9000.

For visitors seeking to book an accommodation with an active bar and club scene, Capella Marigot Bay is one location you may want to consider. Surrounded by 30 acres of tropical gardens, the rooms available at this resort range from Standard Rooms and Suites with views of either the bay or the resort grounds, as well as a luxury Penthouse. Each room is spacious and come in studio, one, two, and three bedroom with either a balcony or private plunge pool. Visitors can contact them at (877) 384-8037.

Visitors who appreciate convenient on-site dining should consider Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort. The decor style at Sugar Beach hearkens back to the time when the facility was actually a plantation -- with the added bonus of modern appliances and amenities. Luxury Sugar Mill Rooms There are 11 Luxury Sugar Mill Rooms, which feature views of Gros Pitons, the ruins of the sugar mill, and the lily pond. To contact them, call (758) 456-8000.

Many all-inclusive properties that you'll find on the island can be seen here:

All-Inclusive Accommodations On St. Lucia
Name Type Phone Number Star Rating Location
Capella Marigot Bay Resort (877) 384-8037


1.8 mi. Northeast of Central Anse La Raye
Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa Resort (758) 459-6000


1.2 mi. Northeast of Central Vieux Fort
Cotton Bay Village Resort (758) 456-5700


1.5 mi. East-Northeast of Central Gros Islet
East Winds Inn Resort (758) 452-8212


3.3 mi. North-Northeast of Central Castries
Hotel Chocolat Cottages (800) 757-7132


1.6 mi. South-Southeast of Central downtown Soufriere
Ladera Resort Hotel (758) 459-7323


1.6 mi. South-Southeast of Central downtown Soufriere
Rendezvous Resort Resort (758) 457-7900


1.1 mi. North-Northeast of Central Castries
Sandals Grande St. Lucian Spa & Beach Resort Resort (758) 455-2000


0.8 mi. Northwest of Central Gros Islet
Sandals Halcyon Beach St. Lucia Resort (758) 453-0222


1.8 mi. Northeast of Central Castries
Sandals Regency La Toc Resort (758) 452-3081


1.3 mi. West of Central Castries
Smugglers Cove Resort All Inclusive Resort (758) 450-0551


1.1 mi. North of Central Gros Islet
St. James's Club Morgan Bay Resort (800) 858-4618


2.5 mi. Northeast of Central Castries
St. Lucian by Rex Resorts Resort (305) 471-6170


0.8 mi. South-Southwest of Central Gros Islet
Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort Hotel (758) 456-8000


1.8 mi. South of Central downtown Soufriere
The BodyHoliday Resort (758) 457-7800


1.5 mi. North of Central Gros Islet
Ti Kaye Village Hotel (758) 456-8101


1.7 mi. South West of Central Anse La Raye
Windjammer Landing Resort (758) 456-9000


3.6 mi. North-Northeast of Central Castries

Be aware of what exactly is covered in your all-inclusive plan as some places do not offer everything one might expect. Higher-end amenities such as spa services often incur an additional charge.

When it comes to variety, the amazing choice of activities at St. Lucia's all-inclusive resorts will give you more to do than you will ever have time to enjoy.


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