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The Verandah, Antigua.

The 20 Best Adults-Only All-Inclusive Caribbean Resorts to Visit Now

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - September 28, 2023
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It’s fall, the kids are back in school. Travel is calmer and it’s time for the perfect relaxing Caribbean getaway. If you’ve been paying attention, adults-only resorts, particularly those of the all-inclusive variety, are hotter than ever in the Caribbean, as more and more adult-focused resorts open and others convert to adults-only. Travelers are clearly placing a premium on the serenity and exclusivity of the adults-only experience, and there’s no better place to find these sorts of resorts than the Caribbean. 

We’ve curated 15 of our favorite adults-only all-inclusive resorts across the Caribbean, from boutique properties in romantic hotspots like Antigua and Saint Lucia to larger adults-only hotels in bigger destinations like the Dominican Republic and Nassau. Antigua dominates this list (something we covered in our recent story naming it the Honeymoon Capital of the Caribbean), and it’s no surprise given its surfeit of precisely these kinds of resorts.

The properties on this list are all very different, but they will all guarantee you the essence of the adults-only experience: some much-needed alone time for you and yours. Note: we limited our selections to exclusively all-inclusive properties, as opposed to EP hotels with all-inclusive packages. 

One of two beaches at The Verandah in Antigua.

The Verandah, Antigua The Caribbean’s newest adults-only resort will officially open its doors on Nov. 17, following a transformation into a cutting-edge adult property with an impressive slate of amenities, from pickleball courts to four different pools to two beaches and an adult-friendly mini-golf course. It’s the best of both worlds: a serene, tropical retreat where you never run out of things to do.

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