Take your choice of all-inclusives in St. Lucia; the country is not only one of the prettiest islands in the Caribbean; it's also not coincidentally one of the world's favorite destination wedding and honeymoon spots. Beautiful beaches and the iconic twin-peaks Grand Piton mountains offer all-inclusive guests ample locations to enjoy water and land sports. And with all-inclusive pricing, couples pretty much know in advance the cost of a vacation here.
Strong emphasis on New-Agey relaxation and rejuvenation through everything from spa treatments to scuba diving to yoga, tai chi, stress management, and meditation. Personal BodyAware consultation with BodyGuide available. There's also an 18-hole championship golf course nearby, plus a golf academy and no green fees. A special honeymoon massage (which teaches couples how to massage one another) is can be added to treatment schedules.
Sandals Grand St. Lucian is located on a narrow peninsula spanning the Caribbean. In addition to sunning and swimming alongside the the curve of beach, all-inclusive guests can swim in five pools. There are six on-site restaurants, and guests have dining and activity privileges at two nearby Sandals all-inclusive resorts as well. Weddings are free for those who stay a minimum of five nights. Sandals Grand St. Lucian is exclusively for adults 18 and over.
Sandals Regency St. Lucia, a 210-acre resort, boasts the largest freshwater pool in the Eastern Caribbean, golf, and one- and two-story villa suites with private Jacuzzis. Some feature private plunge pools. With six specialty restaurants and 10 bars, this St. Lucia Sandals resort contains the most venues for eating and drinking. Courtesy shuttles are provided to and from each Sandals all-inclusive property. Sandals Regency St. Lucia Golf Resort & Spa is exclusively for adults 18 and over.
How clever of the folks at Coconut Bay to divide their all-inclusive into two sections: One for honeymoon couples and other romantics; the other side for family travelers. Here, the beach is the big draw. It stretches for a mile. And there's a special feature for couples who want a Caribbean wedding (and those who simply love windswept vistas). On the property, Cap Moule a Chique Lighthouse, the second highest lighthouse in the world, overlooks where the blue waters of the Caribbean unite with the deeper blue waters of the Atlantic.