Below are three of our top-selling all-inclusive resorts in St. Lucia. Nestled at the southeastern edge of the Caribbean Sea, St. Lucia boasts a photoworthy landscape of beautiful beaches, rainforests, waterfalls and the soaring twin peaks known as the Piton Mountains.
The all-inclusive pricing of these properties means that your room, meals, beverages and some activities, including nonmotorized water sports, are covered in the upfront rate. Click the links to price a stay, with or without airfare, then read on to learn more about the island.
Sandals Regency La Toc -- A stay at this couples-only retreat includes scuba diving for certified divers (up to two excursions a day), green fees for golf and access to all the amenities of Sandals Grande St. Lucian and Sandals Halcyon. Guests also will find kayaks, paddleboards, snorkeling gear and Hobie Cats for their use. The resort is located on a breathtaking 220-acre estate filled with lush foliage and a pristine half-mile, crescent-shaped beach.
Coconut Bay Beach -- This 4-star resort sits on 85 acres about six minutes from St. Lucia's international airport. In addition to a mile-long beach, it has nine restaurants, seven bars and five pools. Lodgings are divided between two sections: Harmony is the kids-free wing, with hammocks, sundecks for two, a quiet pool and the oceanfront Sanctuary Spa, while Splash is the family-friendly wing and home to a water park, paintball course and children's club.
Royalton Saint Lucia -- Nestled in a private cove, this 5-star property offers the Royal Spa, a fitness center and supervised activities for kids and teens. Stop at Calypso for West Indian dishes or reserve a spot at the Chef's Table for a seven-course tasting menu. Hideaway at the Royalton Saint Lucia is a 166-suite "resort within a resort" for vacationers ages 18 and older; guests have access to the facilities at the larger Royalton Saint Lucia.
No matter which St. Lucia resort you choose, you'll probably want to get a good photo of Gros Piton and Petit Piton -- perhaps the island's most famous sights -- during your stay. The two lush peaks of 2,400-plus feet rise sharply from the ocean, south of the town of Soufriere. There are good vantage points from the beach at Soufriere and along the Tet Paul Nature Trail. The Tet Paul is an easy to moderate hike led by locals who will point out medicinal plants and fruit trees and share some of the island's culture.
St. Lucia's most accessible diving and snorkeling spots are along the west coast, near Soufriere, Anse Cochon, Rodney Bay and Marigot Bay. The island has one of the most active geothermal areas in the Lesser Antilles, and visitors can enter what's said to be the world's only drive-in volcano, Sulphur Springs. Park rangers lead guests through the collapsed dome for close-up views of boiling mud pots and steam vents.
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