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10 St. Lucia All-Inclusive Resorts You’ll Never Want to Leave

10 St. Lucia All-Inclusive Resorts You’ll Never Want to Leave

Looking for the best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia? See the top 10 resorts on this Caribbean island for an unforgettable getaway with great food, tropical weather, and lots to see and do. 

What Are the Best All-Inclusive Resorts in St. Lucia?

  • The best resorts bundle meals, drinks, and activities in one price
  • Beachfront and convenient locations for island exploration
  • Incredible dining, views, and things to do will thrill visitors

Part of the Lesser Antilles, St. Lucia is a small but gorgeous and adventure-packed island in the Caribbean Sea dotted with rainforests, hills, and stunning coastlines. 

The best way to experience St. Lucia is at an all-inclusive resort, where all your meals, drinks, and activities are conveniently packaged in a single rate that covers your entire stay. 

The best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia offer sparkling pools and waterparks, a wide selection of diverse restaurants offering international cuisine, thrilling nightlife and bars, and private access to the island’s many stunning beaches. 

We’ve created a list of St. Lucia’s best all-inclusive resorts with real guest ratings from and a complete roundup of each resort’s included amenities. You’ll learn about dining, activities, beaches, and guest ratings for the best all-inclusive resorts below! 

The 10 Best All-Inclusive Resorts in St. Lucia

Read up on the 10 best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia to find the perfect destination for your Caribbean vacation!

Whether you’re traveling solo, with a partner, or as a family or group of friends, you’ll find excellent, top-rated resorts that suit your needs below. 

The price estimates you’ll see below are based on a 5-night stay for 2 during the low season from May to November (the cheapest time to visit Saint Lucia). 

1. East Winds St. Lucia

View of the huts at the East Winds St. Lucia resort, one of the best all-inclusives in St. Lucia


  • Location: Gros Islet, St. Lucia
  • Price: $2,984+
  • Rating: 9.4 (Wonderful)

Experience the best St. Lucia has to offer at the all-inclusive East Winds St. Lucia resort in Corinth, Gros Islet. A private beach and sprawling gardens await you at this scenic destination! 

Guests really enjoy the swimming pool, the onsite Flamboyant Restaurant serving up Caribbean fare, and relaxing spa at East Winds St. Lucia. 

The lounge area is popular with nightly entertainment and a bar. There’s lots to do here, with classes, water sports, and walking tours adding a little fun to your stay. 

This family-friendly resort will delight adults and kids alike, but couples rate it best at an impressive 9.6 out of 10 on

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2. Bel Jou

Pool and chairs at Bell Jou, one of the best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia, pictured looking up at the room tower


  • Location: Castries, St. Lucia
  • Price: $1,431+
  • Rating: 8.5 (Very Good)

Bel Jou is an adults-only resort in Castries, St. Lucia that overlooks the sea and is located 10 minutes from the popular Vigie Beach. Walk or take the free shuttle to the beach for memorable days of sun and fun.

Guests enjoy the swimming pool, 3 onsite restaurants offering international cuisine, spa, and all-inclusive meals, drinks, snacks, and shuttles to town and the closest beach. 

Privacy and relaxation are easily found at this adults-only resort – choose it for laid-back stays with a taste of the finer things in life in a gorgeous setting.

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3. Sandals Halcyon Beach

Amazing pool view of the Sandals Halcyon Beach, one of the best all-inclusives in Saint Lucia


  • Location: Castries, St. Lucia
  • Price: $8,643+
  • Rating: 8.5 (Very Good)

For a true taste of 5-star luxury in a serene, adults-only atmosphere, visit Sandals Halcyon Beach – easily one of the best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia. 

Enjoy 6 diverse restaurants at the resort with options for every palate, a luxury spa, swimming pool, sun terrace with an outdoor fireplace and lounge, and endless options for activities from windsurfing to tennis. 

Nightly entertainment and a night club with bar crawl events mean the fun doesn’t stop after the sun goes down. Use the free shuttle service to get to the beach and into town for a little exploration!

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4. Harbor Club St. Lucia

As one of the featured all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia, a photo of the pool and beach area at the Harbor Club St. Lucia


  • Location: Rodney Bay, St. Lucia
  • Price: $1,555+
  • Rating: 8.3 (Very Good)

Head to Rodney Bay in Gros Islet, St. Lucia to enjoy Harbor Club St. Lucia’s amazing views of Pigeon Island, the sea, and nearby marina.

This family-friendly resort welcomes kids, but couples like it best and rate it 8.7 out of 10. Eat at any of the 4 restaurants (including a pizzeria) and check out the 4 bars onsite during your stay. 

Guests have called it paradise and “hands down, the most luxurious hotel.” You can’t beat this all-inclusive resort with a multilevel freeform pool and hot tub that belongs on the cover of a resort magazine. 

All-inclusive booking with meals, drinks, and activities included starts at $1,555 for a 5-night stay for 2 in a King room with an island view.

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5. Sandals Grande St. Lucian Spa and Beach

Pool view overlooking the beach and ocean on a sunny day with a volcanic island in the background for a piece titled the Best All-Inclusive Resorts in St. Lucia


  • Location: Gros Islet, St. Lucia
  • Price: $4,734+
  • Rating: 8.2 (Very Good)

Sandals Grande St. Lucian Spa and Beach is one of the best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia and is couples-only, so skip this option if you’re planning on bringing kids along. 

Extra luxurious and located right on beautiful Pigeon Island Beach, you’ll enjoy the swimming pool, sprawling gardens, spa and sauna, live entertainment, and 12 restaurants onsite to choose from.

Free airport transfers, meals, drinks, water and land activities, and shuttles to 3 nearby Sandals resorts are included in your stay and make 15 additional restaurants available for you!

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6. Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa

Breathtaking view of the expansive pool at one of the best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia, the Coconut Bay Beach Resort and Spa


  • Location: Vieux Fort, St. Lucia
  • Price: $2,123+
  • Rating: 8.0 (Very Good)

Located feet from popular Sandy Beach, Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa is a 4-star resort with all the little luxuries you’d expect at an all-inclusive spot in St. Lucia. 

The resort is divided into 3 wings: Harmony (adults only), Splash (all ages), and Serenity (couples only luxury suites).

There’s something for everyone here, including a private beach, 9 restaurants with a bar, a water park with a lazy river, fitness center and spa, game room, tennis court, and nightly entertainment. 

Couples rate it best at 8.5 out of 10, but this is also a stellar spot for families when you stay in the colorful Splash wing.

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7. Hideaway at Royalton, Saint Lucia

Blue pool and drink station at the Hideaway at Royalton in St. Lucia, one of the island's best all inclusive resorts


  • Location: Gros Islet, St. Lucia
  • Price: $4,271+
  • Rating: 8.0 (Very Good)

Situated in gorgeous Gros Islet, the adults-only Hideaway at Royalton, Saint Lucia is part of the stunning Autograph Collection All-Inclusive Resorts. 

Peace, serenity, and beautiful views are part of your stay, along with swim-up rooms and rooms with ocean views,  9 restaurants onsite with international food options, a night club, and more. 

You’re just over a mile from Smugglers Cove Beach at Hideaway – take one of the free bikes to the beach for a fun excursion, walk through the garden, play a round of tennis, or try water sports at the beach.

Guests mentioned airport transfers by bus take around 2 hours – worth noting as you plan your trip to this highly-rated resort.

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8. Bay Gardens Beach Resort & Spa

Pool at the Bay Gardens Beach Resort and Spa, one of the best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia


  • Location: Rodney Bay, St. Lucia
  • Price: $1,425+
  • Rating: 8.0 (Very Good)

Nestled in the popular Rodney Bay Area, the family-friendly Bay Gardens Beach Resort & Spa is designed to make your stay delightful with private access to Reduit Beach. 

There are 3 excellent restaurants on the grounds (including Caribbean and Indian options), 3 bars, the luxurious La Mer Spa for relaxation, and a fitness center onsite.

Guests rave about the landscaped pool garden and lagoon-style pool with a whirlpool island. There’s a playground for kids and Treasure Bay Casino nearby for adults. 

Try water sports like snorkeling and diving with free equipment rentals and services offered. This resort offers 5-night, all-inclusive packages for 2 starting at $1,425 for a deluxe double room with a pool view.

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9. Royalton Saint Lucia

Sun rising from over the volcanic area as seen from the room


  • Location: Gros Islet, St. Lucia
  • Price: $3,440
  • Rating: 7.9 (Good)

Royalton Saint Lucia is a family-friendly 5-star resort in the Autograph Collection, while Hideaway at Royalton, Saint Lucia is the collection’s adults-only resort.

Located feet from the stunning Smugglers Cove Beach with 9 restaurants onsite, a water park, night club, garden, playground, and tennis court, this is an all-in-one destination for families. 

Bike rentals are free so you can explore the entire area with the wind in your hair. A hot tub, nightly entertainment, and room service make it special! 

While it’s definitely family-friendly with lots to do for kids and adults, couples rate this resort highest at 8.1 out of 10.

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10. Starfish St. Lucia

Pool with yellow lounge chairs at the Starfish St. Lucia, one of the best all-inclusive resorts on the island


  • Location: Rodney Bay, St. Lucia
  • Price: $1,650
  • Rating: 6.8 (Pleasant)

Starfish St. Lucia is a great, affordable all-inclusive resort option in St. Lucia with plenty of amenities that make a stay here worthwhile. 

With 4 restaurants onsite, including BBQ, buffets, and international cuisine, your included meals will never be boring. There’s a pool, water sports facility, kid’s club, and nightly entertainment. 

Just 50 feet from the beautiful Reduit Beach and close to the Bay Walk Shopping Mall, there’s lots to do off the resort grounds, too. 

While it’s family-friendly, Starfish St. Lucia gets the highest ratings from couples – 9.6 out of 10 on average!

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Things to Consider

Aerial view of the Pitons mountains, one of the views seen from the best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia


Interested in making the most of your stay at the best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia? Keep these traveler tips in mind. 

Getting to the Resort

You can fly direct to Saint Lucia on American Airlines (Miami, Charlotte, and Philadelphia), JetBlue (New York and Boston), Delta (Atlanta), or United Airlines (New Jersey and Chicago). 

Some of the best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia offer a free airport shuttle to make it easy to get to the resort once you touch down.

Make sure to check with your resort, as some charge extra for this service or can refer you to a transportation service. 

Crime and Safety

We ranked St. Lucia as the 5th-safest Caribbean island and overall, it’s a low crime area that’s very safe for visitors.

Note that inclement weather can be dangerous on the island (especially from August to November) and heed all weather warnings when you travel here. 

St. Lucia is one of several Caribbean destinations that is not considered LGBT-friendly. Same-sex relationships are outlawed here. It’s worth considering for same-sex couples to avoid being charged with a crime. 

Traveler Tips

  • Go beyond your resort. St. Lucia is just 27 miles long and 14 miles wide. Get out and explore the beaches, towns, and rainforest that covers much of the island to take in the natural beauty and shops that make this place special. 
  • Plan fun activities for your trip. There are tons of things to do in St. Lucia, from beautiful hikes and nightlife to horseback riding and scuba diving. Fill your itinerary with activities to make the most of your stay!  
  • Eat your way across the island. St. Lucia is home to some amazing restaurants for all tastes. While your all-inclusive resort will offer great dining options onsite, it’s worth venturing out to taste what this Caribbean island has to offer! 

Frequently Asked Questions

Diamond Waterfall at St. Lucia Botanical Gardens is worth visiting from the best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia

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Still have some questions about discovering the best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia? Check out the most frequently asked questions travelers had below. 

Which side of St. Lucia is best?

The northern side of St. Lucia is the most "happening" area of the island and best for families and couples looking for attractions, lively nightlife, shops, and restaurants.

The southern side of the island is more secluded and ideal for serene couples-only getaways. You'll find resorts from all sides of the island on our list of the best all-inclusive options.

Is St. Lucia or Bahamas better?

The Bahamas is a bit more developed and commercial than the smaller St. Lucia, which still has a local, Caribbean feel with comparable natural beauty.

Visiting the Bahamas is generally more expensive, though you can find comparable all-inclusive resort prices at both St. Lucia and the Bahamas.

Is Antigua or St. Lucia better?

While St. Lucia is home to the majestic Piton volcanic mountains and dramatic rainforest landscapes, Antigua is mostly flat with beaches being the main draw.

Travelers may appreciate the classic Caribbean beauty of Antigua as much as the natural beaches and landscapes of St. Lucia - it's all about what you're looking for on your trip!

Is it worth paying for all-inclusive?

Most travelers find that all-inclusive resorts are the best deal to get the most out of a vacation with accommodations, meals, drinks, and activities all included in the price.

If you don't plan to drink alcoholic beverages, prefer eating at restaurants off the resort grounds, or want to plan the cheapest stay possible, all-inclusive may not be worth it for you.

What should you not do at an all-inclusive resort?

At all-inclusive resorts, you should avoid over-imbibing (though unlimited drinks can be tempting), paying extra for basics you can bring with you, and tipping if gratuities are included in your all-inclusive price.

Don't feel "stuck" at your resort - get out and explore the area as long as you feel safe! Try not to sleep the day away, since getting up early makes it easier to try activities and score great spots at the pool and beach.

So, What Are the Best All-Inclusive Resorts in St. Lucia?

With so many excellent resorts on this small Caribbean island, what’s the best choice for your vacation?

We’ve shared the 10 best all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia with location, pricing, reviews, and included amenities to make your selection a little easier. 

Every single resort on our list is highly rated by guests with clean, luxurious accommodations and tons of activities to make your stay special. 

Family-friendly resorts on our list include East Winds St. Lucia, Harbor Club St. Lucia, Coconut Bay Beach Resort (only in the Splash wing), Bay Gardens Beach Resort & Spa, Royalton Saint Lucia, and Starfish St. Lucia. 

Traveling without kids? Don’t miss Bel Jou, Sandals Halcyon Beach, Sandals Grande St. Lucian Spa and Beach, Hideaway at Royalton, Saint Lucia, and the adults-only Harmony and Serenity wings at Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa. 

You’re in for a treat when you visit St. Lucia, no matter which all-inclusive resort you choose. Keep our travel tips in mind to make the most of your memorable visit!