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Top 10 from Business Insider’s 24 Best All-Inclusive Resorts In The Caribbean

By Asta Thrastardottir The Life From Business Insider

As temperatures drop in the US, many are starting to plan their escape to the Caribbean.
And what better way to enjoy a truly stress free holiday than an all-inclusive resort?
With help from www.Hotels.com, we’ve rounded up some of the best all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean based on real travelers ratings.
From adults-only resorts located on private beaches to family-friendly hotels with special water parks, these are some of the best Caribbean getaways.

10. Couples Sans Souci, Ocho Rios, Jamaica
Located on a beach in Ocho Rios, Couples Sans Souci has 150 suites, three restaurants, and six bars.
Scuba diving and trips to the close-by Dunn’s River waterfalls are included. The hotel’s full-service spa is located in a private cabana on the edge of a cliff.
Rooms start at $364 a night.

9. Ti Kaye Resort & Spa, St. Lucia
Ti Kaye Resort and Spa is located in Anse Cochon, between the cliffs and the river.
The resort offers complimentary cabanas on the beach, a full-service spa, and an outdoor pool and fitness center.
Rooms start at $320 a night.

8. Manchebo Beach Resort and Spa, Aruba
The Manchebo Beach Resort and Spa is a two-story boutique resort located on the shores of Eagle Beach.
The resort offers a full-service health spa, a freshwater swimming pool with a poolside bar, and a complimentary casino shuttle.
Rooms start at $220 a night.

7. Couples Negril, Negril, Jamaica
Couples Negril is located on Bloody Bay, just three miles from Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville.
The all-inclusive resort offers activities such as snorkeling, sailing, scuba, tennis, massage treatments, and yoga.
Rooms start at $329 a night.

6. Jewel Dunn’s River Beach Resort & Spa, Ocho Rios, Jamaica
This premium adults-only all inclusive resort is close to Mystic Mountain and Dolphin Cove.
The hotel has two pools with waterfalls, swim-up bars, fitness center, and a full-service spa. They even have a “dive-in” movie center.
Rooms from $321 per night.

5. Half Moon, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Located in the parish of St. James on the north coast of Jamaica, Half Moon sits on 400 acres of private land.
The resort offers six restaurants, an 18-hole golf course, an equestrian center, thirteen tennis courts, and a dolphin lagoon.
Half Moon is the only resort in the Caribbean to offer swimming with dolphins on site.
Rooms from $279 per night.

4. The Landings, St. Lucia
The Landings is located on a beach in Gros Islet in St. Lucia.
The hotel has a 7,000-square-foot full service spa, a private yacht marina, three outdoor swimming pools, and two spa tubs.
Rooms from $589 per night.

3. The Regent Palms, Turks and Caicos
The Regent Palms is located on the white sands of Grace Bay Beach in Providenciales.
Designed in the style of classic Caribbean estates, this resort feels like an elegant escape. The resort’s pool bar and restaurant offers in-water seating at four round café tables.
Rooms start at $625 per night.

2. Iberostar Grand Hotel Bavaro, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
The Iberostar Grand Hotel Bávaro sits between tropical gardens and the Playa Bávaro beach.
The adults-only hotel has 273 rooms over 4 floors. The hotel offers couples treatments at an onsite spa, an 18-hole white sand gold course less than half a mile away, and three pools with open-air hot tubs.
Rooms start at $381 per night.

1. Iberostar Grand Hotel Rose Hall, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Located on a secluded enclave in Montego Bay, the Iberostar Grand Hotel Rose Hall sits in a prime location directly across from Rose Hall beach.
The resort has a golf course, full-service spa, health club, and an infinity pool that has a swim-up bar.
Rooms start at $354 a night.
For more on this story and to see the other 14 best all-inclusive resorts go to:
http://www.businessinsider.co.id/best-resorts-in-the-caribbean-2014-12/#.VKWfzlp-RId

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