Couples at Couples Tower Isle in Jamaica
Photo: Couples Tower Isle

The 10 Best Adults-Only All-Inclusive Resorts in the Caribbean

You’re laying on a perfect white-sand beach with an ice-cold frozen drink in your hand, your partner cozied up next to you. There’s no need to try to fish some cash out of your swimsuit when you order the next round, because everything’s included—from that drink you’re sipping on to the scuba diving excursion you have planned later. These all-inclusive, couples-only resorts in the Caribbean were made for romance.

Serenity at Coconut Bay, St. Lucia

Walk into any one of Serenity at Coconut Bay’s 36 suites and you’ll be greeted by luxury. A four-poster mahogany king bed looks out through a glass wall on to your private deck with personal plunge pool (complete with waterfall), hammock, and wet bar. Inside, there’s a walk-in rain shower, soaking tub, and mini bar that’s personalized to your taste.

At this couples-only resort, all of the details are planned for. Your room rate includes: butler service, unlimited meals, unlimited alcoholic beverages, 24-hour room service, private airport transfers, and poolside cabanas.

Couples Tower Isle, Jamaica

The five-star Couples Tower Isle is perched on one of Jamaica’s best white-sand beaches, in between the mountains and the Caribbean Sea. This exclusive resort features eight brand-new Oasis Spa Villas with the Caribbean’s first-ever all-inclusive spa experience, meaning guests of these accommodations enjoy unlimited spa treatments during their stay.

Guests will find plenty of other places to unwind at this couples-only resort, too, with amenities including unlimited gourmet dining, premium spirits, scuba diving, water sports, golf, tennis, and off-site excursions.

There are three other Couples Resorts in Jamaica: Couples Sans Souci, Couples Negril and Couples Swept Away.

Sandals Lasource, Grenada

Sandals Lasource has 22 room types, but for a truly romantic vacation, book the SkyPool Butler Suite. The star feature of these oversized suites? A private infinity pool that’s cantilevered over the beach for incredible ocean views.

The rest of the resort, located on Grenada’s Pink Gin Beach, is equally stunning.  Ten gourmet restaurants, a swim-up bar on the beach, and firepits add to the tropical paradise ambience. All activities, meals, drinks, and even gratuities are included in your room rate.

Cocos Hotel, Antigua

An important consideration when booking an all-inclusive resort in Antigua: is it on the sunset side of the island? Cocos Hotel is, and you can take in the sunset while sipping Champagne (included) in your private cliff-side infinity pool.

Set on one of Antigua’s most beautiful white sand beaches, Cocos is a boutique resort that’s open to couples only. The property offers 34 clifftop cottages, all equipped with hammocks, Adirondack chairs, and outdoor showers.

The Caves, Jamaica

With just 12 rooms, The Caves Hotel in Jamaica offers a much more intimate experience than most all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean. These custom-designed cliff-side cottages all have luxurious interiors, and many also feature outdoor showers and private patios.

Within the rest of the resort, you’ll find private caves, a saltwater swimming pool, hot tubs, and a rum bar to explore.

Sandals Barbados

Sandals’ new Barbados resort, located in the lively St. Lawrence Gap area, offers adults-only luxury. This mega-resort sprawls across three unique villages, so you can experience something new every day, without ever leaving the resort. The all-inclusive rate includes unlimited dining at the 11 onsite dining options, unlimited premium drinks at the seven bars, gratuities, scuba diving, water and land sports, and even a free wedding.

There are 280 suites to choose from—including swim-up rooms that allow you to walk right out into Barbados’ longest lazy river pool.

Rendezvous, St. Lucia

Rendezvous was designed around a simple concept: a place for couples to steal away together. In fact, you can even custom-build your trip with a “StolenTime specialist” who will help you pre-book and schedule romantic activities to make the most of your vacation.

The resort’s layout keeps the “stolen time” concept in mind, with a secret garden filled with private nooks for two, loveseat loungers by the pool, and hammocks on the beach. This five-star resort recently underwent a $15 million renovation, making everything look fresh and brand-new.

Le Sivory Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Le Sivory Punta Cana’s 55 rooms offer a peaceful boutique vibe alongside all-inclusive service. The secluded beach is never crowded, but if you’re looking for more privacy, you can book a suite with a private pool and ocean view.

Make your romantic vacation to the Dominican Republic one that you’ll never forget by arranging for a private sunset candlelit dinner in the sand—sweet perks like this are part of Le Sivory’s all-inclusive package.

Pineapple Beach Club, Antigua

Nestled between a powdery white beach and lush green forest, Pineapple Beach Club is the picture of Antigua perfection. Spend your days frolicking in the two freshwater pools, sampling traditional Caribbean cuisine, sailing, or snorkeling—it’s all included.

Each of the resort’s 180 rooms have a balcony or patio with views of the beach, garden, or pool.

The Beach House, Turks and Caicos

Set on a quiet stretch of frequent best beach award-winner Grace Bay Beach, The Beach House is surrounded by white sand and Turks and Caicos’ famous dunes. With just 21 suites, you won’t have to contend with crowds on your vacation—especially since each room includes two beach chairs reserved for you, all-day, every day.

And if you need a chance of scenery, Beach House guests have full access, dine-around privileges and free shuttle service to the two sister resorts Blue Haven and Alexandra.

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Caroline Teel
Caroline Teel is a proud (but sometimes neglectful) plant parent. As an experienced travel writer, she’s traveled to all seven continents but still has hundreds of places on her bucket list. Caroline has been published on SmarterTravel, The Sun, Jetsetter, TripAdvisor, Business Insider, and more.