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Compiled by Hal Segal and updated regularly since 1985, this list is recognized as the most complete and up-to-date on the Internet. It shows all of the all-inclusive resorts and partially-all-inclusive resorts that are promoted to travelers from the United States. 
Master List Of All-Inclusive Resorts
Current Count 
Completely all-
inclusive resorts 
Partially all-
inclusive resorts ** ++
Total Resorts

As of  

  • Closed: Sonesta Beach (formerly Casablanca) 
  • Closed: Coccoloba (Club Valtur)    
  • No longer all-inclusive: The Enclave at Cinnamon Reef 
  • No longer all-inclusive: The Mariners Cliffside Beach Resort 


  • Grand Pineapple Beach (formerly Occidental Grand Pineapple Beach, formerly Allegro Pineapple Beach)  Resort website   
  • Royal Antiguan Resort & Casino  
  • Sandals Grande Antigua Resort & Spa (Adults only)   Resort website  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Mango Bay Antigua   
  • No longer all-inclusive: Sandpiper Reef Resort
  • No longer all-inclusive: The Inn At English Harbour
  • No longer all-inclusive: Yepton Estate Cottages
  •    Closed: Blue Heron (formerly Rex Blue Heron)


  • Occidental Grand Aruba (formerly Allegro Beach Resort, formerly Americana Beach Resort and Casino)  Resort website
  • Wyndham Aruba Beach Resort & Casino (formerly Aruba Hilton) ** Resort website 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Aruba Grand Resort (formerly Aruba Palm Beach Resort & Casino)   
  • Closed: Aruba Resort Spa & Casino
  • Closed: Bushiri Beach Resort (formerly Bushiri Bounty)    


  • Paradise Island Harbour Resort, Paradise Island (formerly Holiday Inn Sunspree Resort, formerly Paradise Island Fun Club)  Resort website 
  • RIU Paradise Island (formerly Sheraton Grand, formerly Radisson Grande)  Resort website   
  • Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Island, Nassau (Adults only)  Resort website  
  • Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach, Grand Bahama Island (formerly Club Fortuna Beach)  Resort website 
  • Westin and Sheraton Our Lucaya, Grand Bahama Island **   Resort website
  • No longer all-inclusive: Clarion Resort South Ocean 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Nassau Beach Hotel
  • Closed: Eleuthera (Club Med)   
  • Closed: Venta Club, Out Island (formerly Club Eleuthera)    
  • Closed: Cutlass Bay Club 
  • Closed: Club Med Paradise Island  
  • Closed: Kamalame Cay, Andros Island  
  • Does not qualify as an all-inclusive resort: Atlantis, Paradise Island 


  • Barbados Beach Club (formerly Welcome Inn Beach Hotel)   Resort website
  • Island Inn Hotel
  • No longer advertised as all-inclusive: Cocount Court Beach Resort
  • No longer advertised as all-inclusive: Divi Southweinds Beach Resort
  • No longer advertised as all-inclusive: Rockley Plum Tree Club


  • No longer advertised as all-inclusive: Manta Rocks Resort   


  • No longer advertised as all-inclusive: Harmony Club  
  • Closed: Club Med Bermuda 


  • No longer advertised as all-inclusive: Divi Flamingo Beach   
  • No longer advertised as all-inclusive: Harbour Village  




CAYMAN ISLANDS     Island Information

  • Beach Club Colony  
  • Spanish Bay Reef  Resort
  • Closed: Divi Tiara Beach   
  • No longer advertising all-inclusive package: Treasure Island Resort   


  • Occidental Grand Papagayo (formerly Costa Smeralda, formerly Grand Papagayo)  Resort website 
  • Closed: Blue Bay Club Papagayo 
  • No information available, presumed closed: Giardini Papagayo


  • No longer advertising all-inclusive package: Curacao Caribbean Resort 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC   Map   Debbie's Resort Reviews      


  • No longer all-inclusive: Barcelo Bahoruco Beach Resort     
  • No longer all-inclusive: Riviera Beach Hotel 

    Boca Chica 

  • No longer all-inclusive: Boca Chica Beach Resort   

    Juan Dolio 

  • Coral Costa Caribe by Hilton (formerly Diamond Costa Caribe)  Resort website
  • Hotel Sun Village Costa Linda  
  • Reef Marena Beach Resort  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Barcelo Decameron Beach Resort & Casino 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Barcelo Talanquera Beach Resort 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Capella Beach
  • No longer all-inclusive: Caribbean Village Decameron Club and Casino  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Caribbean Village Tropics
  • Closed: Melia Juan Dolio 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Playa Real Beach Resort & Spa (formerly Occidental Playa Real)  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Metro Hotel Golf & Marina  

    La Romana 

  • Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach (formerly Club Viva Dominicus)  Resort website   
  • Viva Wyndam Dominicus Palace (formerly Club Viva Dominicus Palace)  Resort website
  • No longer all-inclusive: Barcelo Reina Cumayasa Golf & Marina 

    Playa Dorada 

  • Allegro Playa Dorado (formerly Allegro Grand Flamingo Puerto Plata by Occidental)  Resort website 
  • Blue Bay Getaway Villas Doradas Resort (formerly Villas Doradas Resort) (Adults only)  Resort website
  • Caribbean Village Playa Dorada (formerly Occidental Playa Dorada Hotel)   Resort website   
  • Celuisma Tropical Playa Dorada (formerly Playa Naco Golf & Tennis Resort)  Resort website
  • Fun Royale  (formerly Club Royale, formerly Inter Clubs Fun Royale) Resort website
  • Fun Tropicale (formerly Caribbean Village Fun Tropicale, formerly Inter Clubs Fun Tropicale)  Resort website
  • No longer all-inclusive: Paradise Beach Club & Casino 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Bayside Hill Resort
  • No longer all-inclusive: Delta Dorado Club Resort
  • Apparently closed: Grand Ventana Beach Resort
  • Apparently closed: Heaven Playa Dorada 
  • Apparently closed: Rumba Heavens

    Puerto Plata 

  • Breezes Puerto Plata (formerly Puerto Plata Beach Resort)  Resort website 
  • Barcelo Puerto Plata (formerly Occidental Grand Puerto Plata; formerly Allegro Playa Grande; formerly Caribbean Village)   Resort website 
  • Lifestyle Crown Suites (formerly Hacienda Andreas)  
  • Lifestyle Tropical Beach (formerly Hacienda Tropical)   
  • Apparently closed: Allegro Caribbean Village Club On The Green 
  • Apparently closed: Allegro Playa Grande (formerly Caribbean Village) 
  • Apparently closed: Barcelo Punta Goleta
  • Apparently closed: Camino del Sol  
  • Apparently closed: Sea Grape Beach Resort
  • Apparently closed: Estrella del Mar 
  • Apparently closed: Occidental Gran Bahia   
  • Apparently closed: Playa Escondida Beach Resort 
  • Apparently closed: Sand Castle Beach Resort 
  • Apparently closed: Sosua Bay Club 
  • Apparently closed: Jack Tar Puerto Playa 

    Punta Cana / Bavaro Beach / Macao Beach   

  • Allegro Punta Cana (formerly Allegro Grand Flamingo Punta Cana by Occidental)  Resort website   
  • Barcelo Bavaro Punta Cana (formerly Breezes Punta Cana, formerly Sol de Plata Punta Cana)  Resort website  
  • Bavaro Princess All Suites Resort (formerly Melia Bavaro)
  • Dreams Palm Beach (formerly Sunscape The Beach, formerly Sunscape Grand, formerly Mac Bavaro Grand)  Resort website   
  • Grand Palladium Palace Resort & Spa / Grand Palladium Bavaro Resort & Spa / Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa (three adjacent resorts with shared facilities)  Resort website   
  • IFA Villas Bavaro (formerly Barcelo Villas Bávaro Beach Resort)
  • Melia Caribe Tropical Beach & Golf Resort (Sol Melia Hotels)  Resort website  
  • Ocean Bavaro Spa and Beach Resort (also known as Hodelpa Veraclub)  Resort website
  • Ocean Blue Beach Resort / Ocean Sand Beach Resort (two adjoining resorts with shared facilities)  Resort website  
  • Occidental Grand Punta Cana (formerly Occidental Flamenco)  Resort website
  • No longer all-inclusive: Sirenis Cocotel Beach Hotel
  • Apparently closed: Allegro Resort Bavaro       
  • Apparently closed: Allegro Resort Bavaro Grand 
  • Apparently closed: Riu Melao
  • Apparently closed: Sandy Village Beach Resort 
  • Under construction: Secrets Punta Cana Resort and Spa (formerly Secrets Excellence, formerly Royal Uvero Alto)  Resort website

    Rio San Juan 

  • Apparently closed: Allegro's Caribbean Village Playa Grande Golf and Beach Resort 


  • Gran Bahía Príncipe Cayacoa (formerly Occidental Cayacoa)  Resort website    
  • Gran Bahía Príncipe El Portillo (formerly El Portillo Beach Resort)  Resort website 
  • No longer all-inclusive: La Isabela Beach Resort  



  • Forbes Laucala Resort  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Kaimbu Island Resort
  • No longer all-inclusive: Outrigger on the Lagoon (formerly Reef Resort)



  • Apparently closed: Omega Villa Antigua   
  • Apparently closed: Omega Villas del Pacifico 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Barcelo del Lago

GRENADINES  -- See St. Vincent and the Grenadines



  • Closed: Magic Isle (Club Med)   



  • Wave Park, Mentawai Archipelago, West Sumatra,  Indonesia **  Resort website   


  • Apparently closed: Baia di Conti (Valtur)   
  • Apparently closed: Pollina (Valtur)  


    Montego Bay

  • Casa Blanca Beach Hotel **  Resort website                               
  • Rose Hall Resort and Country Club (formerly Wyndham Ross Hall)  Resort website
  • Sandals Royal Caribbean & Private Island (formerly Sandals Royal Jamaican) (Adults only)  Resort website 
  • Sandals Inn (formerly Sandals Sandy Bay) (Adults only)  Resort website   
  • Starfish Trelawny Beach & Fun Resort (formerly Trelawney Beach Hotel)  (SuperClubs) Resort website   
  • Sunset Beach Resort and Spa (formerly Seawind Beach Resort, formerly Radisson Sunset Island)  Resort website 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Coyaba Jamaica
  • No longer all-inclusive: Good Hope Country House  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Round Hill Hotel and Villas
  • Closed: Allegro's Jack Tar Grand Montego Resort 
  • Closed: Comfort Inn (formerly Sea Castles)   
  • Apparently Closed: Seagarden Beach Resort 
  • Apparently Closed: Vista Ambassador Resort Spa


  • Beaches Sandy Bay (Sandals) (formerly Poinciana Beach Resort, formerly Beaches Inn)  Resort website    
  • Breezes Grand Resort and Spa (formerly Grand Lido Negril) (SuperClubs) (Adults only)  Resort website 
  • Couples Swept Away (formerly Swept Away) (Adults only)  Resort website
  • Grand Pineapple Beach Negril (formerly Negril Gardens)  Resort website 
  • Sandals Negril Beach Resort and Spa (Adults only)  Resort website   
  • No longer all-inclusive: Negril Gardens Beach Resort

    Ocho Rios   

  • Beaches Boscobel Resort and Golf Club (Sandals) (formerly operated by SuperClubs)  Resort website   
  • The Jewel Dunn's River Beach Resort & Spa (formerly Sandals Dunn's River Villaggio Golf Resort & Spa) (Adults only)  Resort website  New
  • Royal Plantation (formerly Beaches Royal Plantation, formerly Plantation Inn) (Sandals) **  Resort website
  • Sandals Grande Ocho Rios Beach & Villa Resort  (the merged result of two resorts formerly next door to each other: Sandals Ocho Rios and Beaches Grande Sport Villa Golf Resort and Spa (formerly known as Ciboney)) (Adults only)  Resort website 
  • Sunset Jamaica Grande (formerly Renaissance Jamaica Grande)  Resort website 
  • No longer advertised as all-inclusive: Shaw Park Beach Hotel  
  • Closed: Enchanted Garden 
  • Apparently Closed: Club Jamaica Beach Resort

    Runaway Bay

  • Royal Decameron Club Caribbean (formerly Club Caribbean)  Resort website   
  • Apparently Closed: Eaton Hall  

    South Coast

  • Sandals Whitehouse European Village & Spa (Adults only)  Resort website 




  • Copacabana Beach Hotel (formerly Hotel Copacabana) **  Resort website  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Barcelo Panoramic
  • No longer all-inclusive: Costa Club Acapulco Beach Resort (formerly Acapulco Plaza)  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Mayan Palace 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Playa Suites Acapulco  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Plaza Las Glorias El Mirador  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Plaza Las Gloria Paraiso 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Continental Plaza 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Fairmont Acapulco Princess 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Fairmont Pierre Marques 
  • Apparently Closed: Fiesta Americana Condesa
  • Apparently Closed: Parador del Sol  
  • Apparently Closed: Qualton Club 

    Cabo San Lucas -- see Los Cabos

    Cancun (including the areas to the south of Cancun also served by the Cancun airport: Playa del Carmen, Puerto Adventuras, Tulum, Akumal -- these areas are sometimes referred to collectively as the Mayan Riviera, the Riviera Maya or the Suncoast)

  • Allegro's Playacar by Occidental (formerly Diamond Resort-Playacar)  Resort website   
  • Barcelo Tucancun Beach Resort (formerly Tucancun Beach Resort) Resort website  
  • Blue Bay Club (formerly called Blue Bay Club and Marina)  Resort website   
  • Bravo Club El Mandarin   
  • Catalonia Riviera Maya Hotel (formerly Cameleon Marival Puerto Aventuras)
  • Club Paraiso Maya          
  • Club Med Yucatan (formerly called Club Med Cancun)  Resort website  
  • Club Tulum (formerly Robinson Club, formerly Club Maeva)  Resort website
  • Crown Paradise Club ** (formerly Princess, formerly Golden Crown Paradise Spa)  Resort website   
  • Dreams Puerto Aventuras Resort & Spa (formerly Sunscape Puerto Aventuras, formerly Oasis Puerto Aventuras)  Resort website
  • Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa (formerly Club Oasis Tulum)  Resort website
  • El Cid Spa and Beach Resort Riviera Maya (formerly called Marina El Cid)  Resort website   
  • Excellence Riviera Cancun (formerly Secrets Excellence Riviera Cancun)    
  • Golden Parnassus Resort & Spa (Formerly Golden Crown Paradise) (Adults only)  Resort website
  • Gran Bahia Principe Akumal  (formerly Bahia Principe Akumal)  Resort website    
  • Gran Bahia Principe Tulum (formerly Bahia Principe Tulum)  Resort website
  • Gran Porto Real Resorts Playa del Carmen (Real Resorts)  Resort Website 
  • Grand Palladium Kantenah Resort & Spa (formerly Fiestaval Grand Resort) / Grand Palladium Colonial Resort & Spa (formerly Colonial Fiesta Resort) / Grand Palladium Riviera Resort & Spa / Grand Palladium White Sand Resort & Spa (four adjoining resorts with shared facilities)  Resort website  
  • H10 Hacienda Maya 
  • Hotetur Beach Paradise (formerly Reef Club Yalmakan)  Resort website
  • Le Blanc Spa Resort (formerly Sierra Cancun) (Adults only) Resort website  
  • Occidental Grand Ixcaret (formerly Grand Flamenco Xcaret)  Resort website
  • Riu Lupita (formerly Caribbean Village by Occidental, formerly Allegro Caribbean Village)  Resort website    
  • Royal Hideaway Playacar by Occidental (formerly known as Allegro's Royal Hideaway) (Adults only) Resort website   
  • Royal Solaris Cancun (including the Caribe section and used to be called the Royal Solaris Caribe)  Resort website
  • Sandos Caracol Beach Resort & Spa (formerly Caracol Village)  Resort website
  • Sandos Playacar Beach Resort (formerly Gala Playacar, formerly Royal Maeva)  Resort website   
  • Temptation Resort Spa (formerly Blue Bay Getaway and Spa, formerly Blue Bay Village) (Adults only)  Resort website    
  • Valentin La Hacienda  
  • Closed: Caribbean Reef Club  
  • Closed: Villas Tacul Boutique Hotel
  • Apparently closed: Allegro Jack Tar Village Cancun   
  • Apparently closed: Club Valtur Maya Beach 
  • Apparently closed: Bounty Resorts Cancun 
  • Apparently closed: Explorean Costa Maya 
  • Apparently closed: Gran Real Sole Tulum (formerly Sole Resort) 
  • Apparently closed: Hotel Copacabana Riviera Maya 
  • Apparently closed: Miramar Mision Cancun Park Plaza
  • No longer all-inclusive: Cancun Marina 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Ceiba Del Mar Spa Resort
  • No longer all-inclusive: Club Cancun Plaza  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Elan Resort & Spa (formerly Club Las Velas)
  • No longer all-inclusive: Fiesta Americana Cancun 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Fiesta Americana Coral Beach 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Grand Caribe Resort (formerly Sun Club, formerly Continental Plaza)
  • No longer all-inclusive: Laguna Suites (formerly Laguna Real Hotel)
  • No longer all-inclusive: ME Cancun (formerly Melia Turquesa Hotel)
  • No longer all-inclusive: Omni Puerto Adventuras Beach Resort  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Westin Resort & Spa Cancun (formerly Westin Regina) 


  • Allegro Cozumel by Occidental (formerly Diamond Resort-Cozumel)   Resort website
  • Cozumel Palace (formerly Hotel Plaza Las Glorias Cozumel) Resort website
  • Hotel Cozumel and Resort (formerly Brisas Hotel, formerly Costa Club Cozumel) ** 
  • Occidental Grand Cozumel (formerly Grand Cozumel by Occidental)   Resort website    
  • Wyndam Cozumel Resort and Spa (formerly Reef Club Cozumel)    Resort website 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Hotel Costa Club (formerly Fiesta Inn Cozumel) 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Sun Village 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Presidente Intercontinental
  • Apparently closed: Club Cozumel Caribe  
  • Apparently closed: Costa Club Cozumel (formerly Fiesta Inn) 
  • Closed: Crown Paradise Sol Caribe (formerly Crown Princess)   


  • Paradiso Resort and Beach Club (formerly Club Med Sonora Bay)  Resort website 


  • Crown Pacific Huatulco (formerly Magnihotel Huatulco, formerly Caribbean Village Huatulco)  Resort website 
  • Hotel Castillo Huatulco **
  • Closed: Sheraton Huatulco   

   Isla Mujeres

  • No longer advertised as all-inclusive: Avalon Reef Club 

    Ixtapa       Area information

  • Hotel Fontan Ixtapa Beach Resort and Convention Center **  
  • Park Royal Ixtapa   
  • Apparently closed: Costa Real Ixtapa 
  • Apparently closed: Radisson Resort Ixtapa  
  • Apparently closed: Riviera Beach Resort Ixtapa 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Dorado Pacifico  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Holiday Inn Sunspree   
  • No longer all-inclusive: Doubletree Resort


  • Apparently closed: Solare Loreto Desert Sun Resort (formerly Loreto Eden Resort, formerly Diamond Eden Resort)  

    Los Barriles (between La Paz and Los Cabos)

    Los Cabos / Cabo San Lucus

  • Dreams Los Cabos Resort & Spa (formerly Melia Los Cabos)  Resort website    
  • Fiesta Inn San Jose del Cabo (formerly Plaza Las Glorias)  
  • Hola Grand Faro Resort (formerly Crown Plaza Las Cabos, formerly Faro del Cabo)   Resort website  
  • Temptation Resort Spa Los Cabos (formerly Desire Resort and Spa) (Adults only)  Resort website
  • No longer all-inclusive: Fiesta Americana Grand Los Cabos   
  • No longer all-inclusive: Hotel Aguamarina Los Cabos 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Las Ventanas Paraiso  


  • Barcelo Karmina Palace (formerly Karmina Palace Royal Reef Club)  Resort website  
  • Punta Serena Villas and Spa (Owned by Blue Bay Resorts, adjacent to Blue Bay Los Angeles Locos) (Adults only) Resort website 
  • Tosoro Resorts Manzanillo (formerly Gran Costa Real Manzanillo, formerly Hotel Sierra)  Resort website  
  • Apparently closed: Vista Club Playa de Oro (not to be confused with same name resort in Puerto Vallarta) 
  • Closed: Playa Blanca (Club Med) 


  • Emporio Mazatlan **
  • Faro Mazatlan Beach Resort 
  • Luna Palace **
  • No longer advertising all-inclusive package: Costa de Oro Beach Resort  
  • No longer advertising all-inclusive package: Doubletree Club Resort  
  • No longer advertising all-inclusive package: Fiesta Inn   
  • No longer advertising all-inclusive package: Sea Garden   


  • Apparently closed: Mayan Beach Resort (formerly Club Maeva Mayan Beach)   

    Puerto Vallarta

  • Allegro Nuevo Vallarta (formerly Grand Nuevo Vallarta by Occidental)  Resort website 
  • Buenaventura Hotel & Beach Club **    
  • Crown Paradise Club (formerly Vista Club Playa de Oro)  Resort website   
  • Dreams Puerto Vallarta Resort (formerly Camino Real)  Resort website    
  • Embarcadero Pacifico Hotel & Villas (formerly Reef Club Embarcadero)  Resort website
  • Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta **
  • Hacienda Hotel & Spa **   
  • Hola Puerto Vallarta Club & Spa (formerly Qualton Club & Spa)
  • Marival Grand and Club Suites (formerly Cameleon Grand & Club Marival, formerly Club Oasis, formerly Jack Tar Village) Resort website    
  • Melia Puerto Vallarta (formerly Royal Maeva, formerly Melia Paradisus)  Resort website   
  • NH Krystal Puerto Vallarta **  
  • Palladium Vallarta Resort and Spa (formerly Club Viva Vallarta)  Resort website  
  • Paradise Village Beach Resort and Spa (formerly Crown Paradise Club) **  Resort website    
  • Plaza Pelicanos Grand Beach (formerly Plaza Las Glorias Pelicanos)
  • Royal Decameron Puerto Vallarta (composed of three sections: Flamingos (formerly Jack Tar Village Costa Flamingos), Royal, Tropical)  Resort website 
  • San Marino Hotel (formerly Omega San Marino Plaza)  Resort website   
  • Samba Vallarta (formerly Solare Vallarta Sunset Bay, formerly Eden Sunset, formerly Diamond Resort Sunset Bay)  Resort website 
  • Vallarta Palace (formerly Sierra Nuevo Vallarta, formerly Radisson Sierra Plaza)  Resort website  
  • Villa del Palmar Flamingos **   
  • Closed: Club Med Playa Blanca 
  • Apparently closed: Blue Bay Club Puerto Vallarta (formerly Casa Grande, formerly Royal Maeva) 
  • Apparently closed: Blue Bay Getaway Puerto Vallarta (formerly Moranda Casa Grande Hotel) 
  • Apparently closed: Omega Nautilus and Marina  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Marriott CasaMagna 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Presidente InterContinental   

    Rincon de Guayabitos

    San Pancho




  • No longer all-inclusive: Avalon Grand Panama 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Barcelo Las Olas Resort   


  • No longer all-inclusive: Gran Melia Puerto Rico (formerly Paradisus Puerto Rico) 

ROATAN -- See Honduras




  • Apparently closed: Jack Tar Village
  • Apparently closed: Occidental Allegro St. Kitts


  • Almond Smugglers Cove All Inclusive (Formerly Cap St. Lucia, Club St. Lucia by Splash, Odyssey St. Lucia)  Resort website   
  • Sandals Grande St. Lucian Spa & Beach Resort (formerly Hyatt St. Lucia) (Adults only) Resort website    
  • Sandals Regency St. Lucia Golf Resort & Spa (Formerly called Sandals Regency Golf Resort & Spa at La Toc (formerly called Sandals St. Lucia) (Adults only) Resort website  
  • St. James Club Morgan Bay (formerly Wyndham Morgan Bay)  Resort website   
  • Closed: Club Med St. Lucia 

SINT MAARTEN  (Dutch Side)

ST. MARTIN (French Side)

  • No longer all-inclusive: Little Key Beach Hotel   
  • No longer all-inclusive: Hotel Mont Vernon (formerly Blue Bay Club St. Martin) 
  • Closed: La Belle Creole 


  • No longer all-inclusive: Marriott Frenchman's Reef Beach Resort and Morning Star Beach Resort 
  • No longer all-inclusive: Renaissance Grand Beach Resort  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Wyndham Sugar Bay Beach Club & Resort  



  • Closed: Club Med Bora Bora 
  • Closed: Club Med Moorea 
  • No longer advertising all-inclusive package: Moorea Pearl Resort


TORTOLA & VIRGIN GORDA (British Virgin Islands)

  • Peter Island **  Resort website
  • No longer all-inclusive: Prospect Reef Resort 


  • Closed: Allegro Turks & Caicos Resort and Casino (formerly Turkoise Reef Resort) 
  • Closed: Club Vacanze Prospect of Whitby Hotel


  • Structure House (North Carolina) (weight loss program)  Resort website 
  • Not considered all-inclusive because lunches, drinks, taxes and service charges are not included in the advertised package price: Cove Haven Entertainment Resorts -- Cove Haven, Paradise Stream and Pocono Palace (all three resorts are adults only) (Pennsylvania)  
  • No longer advertising all-inclusive package: Wilderness Lodge (Lake Tahoe) 
  • Not considered all-inclusive because taxes and service charges are not included in the package price: Kona Village (Hawaii)  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Molokai Ranch (Hawaii)  
  • No longer all-inclusive: Royal Waikoloan  (Hawaii) 
  • Closed: Copper Mountain Club Med (Colorado)  
  • Closed: Crested Butte Club Med (Colorado)  
  • Not considered all-inclusive because taxes and service charges are not included in the package price: The Balsams (New Hamshire) 
  • Not considered all-inclusive because taxes and service charges are not included in the package price: Tyler Place (Vermont) 
  • No longer advertising all-inclusive package: Green Valley Spa and Coyote Inn (Utah) 
  • No longer advertising all-inclusive package: Spa at Camelback Inn (Arizona) 
  • No longer advertising all-inclusive package: Spa Internazionale (Florida)
  • No longer advertising all-inclusive package: Sundial Beach Resort (Florida)  
  • Closed: The Palms at Palm Springs (California) 
  • No longer advertising all-inclusive package: Two Bunch Palms (California)


VENEZUELA, Margarita Island  

  • No longer all-inclusive: Confortel Isla Bonita
  • No longer all-inclusive: Flamingo Beach Hotel 
  • Apparently closed: Allegro's Dunes (formerly Diamond Dunes Beach Club)  
  • Apparently closed: Allegro's Lagunamar (formerly Diamond Resort Laguna Mar) 
  • Apparently closed: Festival Portofino
  • Apparently closed: Barcelo Dunns Beach Resort    
  • Apparently closed: Barcelo Hippocampus Beach Resort  
  • Apparently closed: Barcelo Pueblo Caribe Resort 

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** Denotes resorts that we determined are not completely all-inclusive even though they may use the words "all-inclusive" in their advertising. This includes resorts where traditional hotel rates without meals or just some meals are also offered, or tips are solicited. 
++ Denotes resorts with extensive spa facilities. We consider these to be partially all-inclusive because tipping is encouraged.

Note: We don't consider a resort to be all-inclusive or partially all-inclusive, regardless of their advertising, if taxes, fees or service charges are added to the advertised price.

What is the source of LBC's ratings?

Le Beach Club pays its members $25 per adult for their feedback on each location, and we keep track of  the pros and cons of each resort. We share this crucial information with our members when they are planning their trips. The links here are a good place to start to get basic information about the resorts. But when you are ready to narrow your choices, be sure to speak with us to receive the latest feedback from our members about each location.
Q. How is all-inclusive" defined? A.
1. All meals, snacks, drinks and evening entertainment are included in the package price.
2. There is no tipping, and the resort actively enforces this rule.
3. All the guests at the resort are part of the all-inclusive plan.

Q. What if a resort says that tipping is included in the package price but does nothing to discourage tipping. A. The need to constantly tip the staff is a feature of regular hotels that most people hate, and they find that it distracts from their vacation to constantly have the staff hanging around waiting for tips. By our definition, a resort would not be considered all-inclusive if it tolerates this practice -- we'd consider it "partially all-inclusive." 

Q. What about resorts that advertise all-inclusive rates, but also offer regular room-only hotel rates side-by-side with all-inclusive rates? A. We consider these to be "partially all-inclusive," and we indicate this by a double asterisk (**) on our Master List. Typically, resorts with an optional meal packages don't discourage tipping, and they don't have the ambiance of a true all-inclusive resort. 

What LBC members say about the benefits of going to an all-inclusive resort:

"I go on vacation to relax. The last time I went to a resort that was not all-inclusive, the restaurant was so expensive that I seemed to be constantly searching for somewhere to eat. I don't know about others, but one of the things I enjoy most on vacation is being able to relax and enjoy myself. The constant search for a place to eat almost spoiled the vacation. And this was in Cancun. Think of how much harder the search is in more remote locations. Of course, this assumes the all-inclusive has good food available, and that's where LBC comes in to steer me in the right direction. I found that the feedback LBC gets from it's other members has really helped me make a good choice."  David B.

"The idea that one doesn't need to bring money to pay for food or drink is very appealing. The fact that no additional out-of-pocket expenses occur when staying at all-inclusives means that I can budget realistically. And I usually save money compared to non-all-inclusive resorts." Charles E.

"I found that the biggest benefit for buying an all inclusive vacation is that the stress level is gone; you don't have to worry about spending too much of your reserve cash on whatever, because you still have to eat for another week. And the cost for an all-inclusive isn't much more than paying for a resorts without meals, so it shouldn't stop you from eating out as well. And remember that all-inclusives also provide unlimited booze (I know that I couldn't afford to pay for the amount of drinks my wife and I consume the last time we went south). Even the pop and juices that my kids drank cost less than the all-inclusive meal portion of our trips."  Dean S.

Q. How to keep from getting sick in Mexico?

A. According to returning members of Le Beach Club, all-inclusive resorts are no different from other resorts in Mexico, which means that about 25% of all travelers have intestinal problems. Here are the three things you can do to prevent these problems:
1. only drink bottled water
2. don't have any drinks with ice (the ice may be made with tap water)
3. only eat foods that have been cooked (which means NO SALADS)
This is hard to do, but it works!

Here is an additional recommendation from one of our members, who is an MD in Canada:

"This is what I recommend to my patients traveling to countries with questionable water, including Mexico:
  • Bring some Imodium (loperamide) tablets for diarrhea.
  • Also bring some Pepto Bismol tablets. Take one tablet daily if you are paranoid or tend to get gastrointestinal ailments when traveling. Note: it will turn your stools black. Get the tablets rather than the liquid, it is just less weight in your luggage, and you don't want any pink liquid accidents in your travel bags if the bottle breaks. The bismuth in the pepto bismol acts as a natural antibiotic.
  • Pick up the Imodium and PB before you go, as it can be incredibly expensive abroad.
  • I have read in some posts to take Bactrim or Sulfa type antibiotics with you. While these antibiotics work (and are quite inexpensive) they can have quite a high rate of allergic reactions, and you don't want an allergic reaction along with diarrhea on your vacation. I usually recommend that if you take an antibiotic, one called Ciprofloxacin is probably the best, as it has a very low rate of intolerance.
  • What I suggest is if you start getting diarrhea that is relatively mild just stick with Imodium or PB for the next day or two. If it lasts more than a day or gets acutely worse take the Ciprofloxacin. (500mg twice a day). I would get a prescription for about 14 tablets if there are two of you traveling. Three to four days of Cipro will kill diarrhea causing bacteria quite nicely. I WOULD NOT take the antibiotics at the first sign of diarrhea, as this is unnecessary use that promotes resistant strains of bacteria emerging and, in addition, you could potentially have an allergic reaction to the antibiotic. As previously stated, use the Imodium and PB for a day or so first. The exception to this rule is if you get bloody diarrhea, I would start the antibiotic right away and see a physician in the area you are traveling, if possible.
  • Some people say to take Acidophilus for the week before you leave. It sure won't hurt you but I haven't had that much success with it avoiding bacterial infections. But, if you tend to get this kind of illness, it might be worth a try.
  • There is also a suggestion that wine acts as a natural bacteria killer as well, so wine with meals may help too.
Hope this helps!"
Q. What about dude ranches?

A. Dude ranches -- also known as guest ranches -- usually include all meals and activities. But we don't consider them all-inclusive because tipping is the norm and they are not really "resorts." One ranch highly recommended for families by one of Le Beach Club's members is Hunewill Guest Ranch. A great list of all ranches with links to each one is at Except for a few that include spas, we don't include them in this list.

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  • Red name  Resorts on the Cancun hotel strip or adjacent to the city   Map
  • Green name Resorts in the areas south of Cancun Map