The Caribbean is an All-Inclusive resort hot spot but that doesn’t mean that you’ll find them in every destination. Touch down in places like Anguilla or San Juan, and you’ll be hard-pressed to find a hotel that bundles your room, food, drinks and activities for a single rate. So where to go when you want to go all in? Check out our rankings of the best Caribbean All-Inclusive destinations. CJ Travel Editor Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon has the full scoop.
JAMAICA This island is famous for its profusion of all-inclusive resorts, the first of which, now known as Couples Tower Isle, debuted the concept in 1978. The company has a further three romantic all-inclusives in Negril and Ocho Rios, and is surpassed only by Sandals Resorts, which has six hotels here and offers a “stay at one, play at six” exchange program. Less than a year old, Moon Palace Jamaica Grande, beachfront in Ochi, boasts 700 rooms. At the opposite end of the spectrum, The Caves in Negril is a cozy, 12-cottage boutique with a style, charm and individuality rarely seen at all-inclusive resorts. When it comes to Caribbean All-Inclusive properties, Jamaica is king.