Got your sights set on St Lucia? We don’t blame you. It’s been said that St Lucia is the “Helen of the West Indies,” and it’s hard to argue: St Lucia’s lush landscape, from its famous Pitons to its lush rainforests; its colorful culture and its excellent diving all combine to make it one of the Caribbean’s most stimulating (and most beautiful) destinations. But St Lucia also has a healthy stock of top all-inclusive resorts, from larger traditional resorts to tiny boutique all-inclusive resorts. It’s an island that’s drawn in major all-inclusive players like Sandals and Elite Island Resorts but also boasts a number of boutique properties. All in all, this is one of the region’s under-the-radar all-inclusive destinations. Here are the best all-inclusive St Lucia resorts.
We love the range of activities (archery, tai chi, spinning) at this wellness resort in the north of the island, where the rates also include a daily treatment at the impressive hilltop spa. This just might be the ultimate Caribbean wellness resort — but it’s far more than that — and that makes it almost certainly the best all-inclusive resort in St Lucia. Book Now.
Sandals Regency La Toc
This sprawling beachfront all-inclusive resort has it all: Nine restaurants; butler service; a nine-hole golf course; and three pools (including the island’s largest).
Sandals Halcyon Beach We love the low-key vibe at this intimate Castries all-inclusive resort. But what we love even more is that when we crave variety (or 21 more dining options!), we can enjoy exchange privileges at (and comp transportation between) its two sister resorts in St Lucia.
Sandals Grande St Lucian
Set on a one-mile beach that’s one of the best in St Lucia, this resort has 12 fine dining options, six bars, four pools and even a President Clinton Oceanfront Suite. And all the Sandals inclusions you expect.
St James’s Club Morgan Bay
You’ll never get bored at this full-service all-inclusive with 345 guest rooms and suites across seven categories, along with six on-site restaurants and six bars, along with great golf nearby, watersports and four pools.
Following a multimillion-dollar revamp last year, this Castries classic is better than ever, with a new spa and expanded beach. And the spacious villas (some with private pools) are perfect for families and groups.
This couples-only resort at the north of the island styles itself as a boutique, and that’s the quality that permeates this intimate all-inclusive property.
East Winds Inn
Set in an oceanfront garden, this Castries 30-roomer combines the personalized service of a small property with all-inclusive pricing on the white-sand beach at Labrellotte Bay.
Papillon St Lucia
Rex Resorts is one of the Caribbean’s time-tested brands, and the company’s Papillon is the newest all-inclusive resort on the island following a major refurbishment. It’s got 110 rooms and three restaurants.
Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa
Minutes from Hewanorra airport, this budget-friendly seaside spread has a family and adults-only section, and the island’s largest water park. The party piece is almost certainly the Caribbean’s only all-inclusive rum bar, a CJ Favorite.