Best All Inclusive Resorts for Families in 2024

Welcome to our choices in the category of best family-friendly all-inclusive resorts in 2024!

A tropical beach resort can be a memorable experience for children, and most resorts will offer child-minding services, kid’s clubs and educational programs. Check on the booking page of each resort for full details.


View from above of Thatch Caye Private Island All Inclusive Resort in Belize.

Thatch Caye Resort

Why We Recommend This Resort: Thatch Caye is a Muy’Ono all-inclusive resort on a truly idyllic private island off the coast of Belize. It is eco-friendly, barefoot-chic and what makes Thatch Caye stand out over other all-inclusive resorts is its lovely friendly, communal atmosphere. It’s a small resort that can only host up to 30 people at a time and with such an atmosphere guests tend to make good friends here. It’s also a semi-luxury resort and standards of accommodation, food, and facilities are high. Your accommodation facilities don’t include … Read More


Grotto Beach - all inclusive resort in Bermuda.

Grotto Bay Beach Resort

Why We Recommend This Resort: Bermuda’s only all-inclusive is the classy, family-friendly, Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Spa. It has a lot to offer and for surprisingly reasonable prices. It also has a gorgeous setting which includes its own private beach and a small network of caves in which the spa facilities are located, surely one of the world’s most unique settings for a spa treatment. There are a whole host of activities to enjoy (mainly water-based), a good choice of bars and restaurants where the food and drink are … Read More


Beach at Bolongo Bay Resort, Virgin Islands.

Bolongo Bay Beach Resort

Why We Recommend This Resort: Bolongo Bay Beach is a family-owned, pleasantly low-key all-inclusive on the south coast of St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. It comes with two very nice open-air restaurants, a pool deck with a swim-up bar, and a beautiful stretch of beach. It’s a relatively small, friendly, relaxed place but with plenty of activities, mainly water sports including scuba diving and live entertainment in the evenings. The accommodation style could be described as being slightly outdated but it, and the property in general, are well-kept and clean. … Read More


Aerial view of Sugar Mill Hotel, BVI.

Sugar Mill Hotel

Why We Recommend This Resort: On Tortola, British Virgin Islands, Sugar Mill is an upscale boutique hotel surrounded by tropical gardens on the site of a 17th-century-era sugar plantation. With just 24 rooms and more than a whiff of old-school opulence it feels exclusive, but it’s also decidedly personable and friendly. Sugar Mill is family-friendly too but would be more suited to couples on romantic getaways. The main bar can get lively in the evenings but the night-time scene is generally low-key. With a resort this size you can’t expect … Read More


Beach at Alexandra All Inclusive Resort, Turks and Caicos.

Alexandra Resort Providenciales

Why We Recommend This Resort: Right in the middle of the sublime Grace Bay Beach in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos (voted the best beach in the Caribbean on numerous occasions), Alexandra Resort has a tremendous location. It is a relaxed, easygoing, mid-range resort that offers excellent value compared to most around the notoriously expensive Grace Bay Beach area. You have five very good restaurants and four bars, and guests can take a shuttle bus to sample the restaurants at their more upscale sister resort Blue Haven. There is a small … Read More


Beach at Blue Haven Resort, Providenciales.

Blue Haven Turks & Caicos

Why We Recommend This Resort: Blue Haven Turks & Caicos is an upscale all-inclusive with its own IGY marina on Providenciales’ north-eastern, Leeward coast. It is a small resort but has a range of spacious, luxury accommodations, a small beach, and a spectacular infinity pool with a swim-up (and walk-up) bar at its core. Three restaurants and bars, a cafe, a small market, a spa, and a fitness center round off the facilities plus you can enjoy a whole host of complimentary water sports, and onshore: beach volleyball for example. … Read More


All inclusive resort on Providenciales - Beaches.

Beaches Turks & Caicos

Why We Recommend This Resort: Beaches Turks & Caicos is a sprawling, 65-acre all-inclusive resort on Providenciales with a water park, a shopping center, a spa complex, ten pools, twelve bars, twenty restaurants, and more. It’s family-friendly and constantly busy and lively, so if it’s a peaceful break you’re after this might not be the place. Once that’s accepted though Beaches Turks & Caicos has a very impressive setup, and can be thoroughly enjoyable and fun for all ages. How Are the Rooms & Suites? You have four semi-distinct accommodation … Read More


Restaurant at Sonesta Ocean Point Resort, Sint Maarten.

Sonesta Ocean Point

Why We Recommend This Resort: One of two Sonesta all-inclusive resorts in Sint Maarten, Sonesta Ocean Point sits right beside its larger neighbor, Sonesta Maho Beach. Sonesta Ocean Point differs quite a bit from Sonesta Maho Beach, though. It is adults-only, a lot more luxurious, 5-star even, and has a much more sedate, refined atmosphere. Guests here have full access to all the facilities of its more lively neighbor. Ocean Point is also therefore by the famous Maho Beach, where planes landing at Princess Juliana Airport fly over seemingly just … Read More


Sonesta Maho Beach Resort, Sint Maarten.

Sonesta Maho Beach Resort

Why We Recommend This Resort: St. Martin’s & Sint Maarten Island’s largest resort is the Sonesta Maho Beach, a solidly good value choice located conveniently beside the airport on the Dutch side. So close to the airport in fact that, quite famously, the planes landing at Princess Juliana Airport overfly Maho Beach seemingly just meters above tourists’ heads. A classic photo opportunity for most visitors to Sint Maarten. Sonesta Maho Beach is an energetic all-inclusive resort with a clientele that includes a lot of families but that also offers lots … Read More


St Kitts Marriott All inclusive.

St. Kitts Marriott

Why We Recommend This Resort: This particular Marriott is a huge, luxury all-inclusive in St. Kitts’ Frigate Bay, with nearly 400 rooms and suites. It can be lively and fun, but the grounds are so large that you can also fairly easily avoid the crowds. They have a very impressive range of facilities here: three large pools & three whirlpools, a gorgeous white sandy beach, a casino, a spa, a golf course, four tennis courts, eight dining venues, and a great number of activities both on and off-site. It is … Read More


Swimming pool at an all inclusive in Montego Bay - Jewel Grande.

Jewel Grande Montego Bay

Why We Recommend This Resort: The family-friendly Jewel Grande is a luxury all-inclusive in Montego Bay with an emphasis on wellness. It has relatively few rooms for an all-inclusive which means it is more personable than most and rarely feels crowded. Likewise, though it’s family-friendly it still feels laid back and relaxed, and sees lots of couples on romantic breaks as well as singles, groups of friends and families. It has seven restaurants, two bars including a swim-up, three cafes, two scenic pools sitting high above the ocean, a nice … Read More


Swimming pool at Spice Island, and all inclusive resort in Grenada.

Spice Island Beach Resort

Why We Recommend This Resort: Right on what is generally considered Grenada’s best beach, Grand Anse, is what many consider the country’s best resort–the elegant Spice Island Beach Resort. It has 64 high-class suites which grace the quieter southern end of the beach and though it is a luxury resort it has a laid-back, relaxed charm. The staff here are excellent, and the food equally so. It has very nice spa facilities and a host of land and sea activities on offer. No single demographic dominates — honeymoon couples, elderly … Read More


Majestic Mirage Punta Cana All Inclusive.

Majestic Mirage Punta Cana

Why We Recommend This Resort: Majestic Mirage Punta Cana is a luxury all-inclusive resort on Bavaro Beach, widely considered the Dominican Republic’s, and one of the Caribbean’s, most beautiful beaches. It is the quieter, classier section of the Punta Cana Majestic Resort complex. It has eight restaurants (six of them a la carte), a range of bars, at least one of which is usually open 24 hours, daily entertainment, numerous free activities, an enormous lazy river, a swimming pool, a lovely stretch of beach (though the beach can get busy), … Read More


Beach at Grand Bavaro Princess All inclusive resort, Punta Cana.

Grand Bavaro Princess

Why We Recommend This Resort: One of the Dominican Republic’s most well-known all-inclusives, Grand Bavaro Princess is a 5-star resort in Bavaro Beach, Punta Cana, one of the Caribbean’s most lovely stretches of sand and water. It is a huge resort with two swimming pools, a full-service spa, and a wide selection of restaurants, bars, sports, and entertainment zones. It is very family-friendly – kids are very well taken care of – but it’s also a place where grown-ups can let their hair down. It generally sees a good mixture … Read More


Zoëtry Curaçao

Why We Recommend This Resort: Zoëtry Curaçao is the smaller, classier sister resort of Dreams Curaçao, whose facilities and beach Zoëtry guests have full access to. It has high-quality food and drink and superb accommodation, things that place it firmly in the luxury resort category. It has quality spa services (one spa treatment free per guest per stay) and, as most of the (potentially noisy) entertainment is across the road at Dreams, is very much a place to relax and unwind. Its location by Piscadera Bay is, rather happily, just … Read More


Beach at Renaissance Wind Creek, an all inclusive resort in Curaçao.

Renaissance Wind Creek

Why We Recommend This Resort: Renaissance Wind Creek offers 5-star luxury accommodation and an on-site casino in the heart of Curaçao’s tourist district. A stay here gives you access by boat transfer to the gorgeous Renaissance Private Island and Flamingo beach where you can meet some the birds of the same name. It is a fabulous resort overall, run by the Marriott Company, and attracts a well-heeled international clientele. It can be noted that it is not fully all-inclusive, rather that it offers all-inclusive packages alongside pay-as-you-go. Though Renaissance Wind … Read More


Bar at Sugar Bay, Barbados All Inclusive Resort.

Sugar Bay, Barbados

Why We Recommend This Resort: Sugar Bay Barbados is a 4-star, relatively low-key all-inclusive near the Garrison Historic Area that is popular with both families and couples. It has 150 meters of picture-perfect beach, two swimming pools, four quality restaurants, a spa, and a host of recreational facilities for both kids and adults. How Are The Rooms & Suites? Guests have a choice of 138 rooms divided into what they term Signature Rooms (ie. entry-level) and Oceanfront Rooms. They also have a number of larger Family Rooms in both categories … Read More


Beach at Waves Resort, Barbados.

Waves Resort Barbados

Why We Recommend This Resort: Waves is an all-inclusive, boutique luxury resort in Prospect Bay, between Holetown and Bridgetown, Barbados. It has gone through a few ownership changes over the years but remains solidly popular with well-heeled visitors to the island. It has three quality restaurants, a casual coffee shop, two swimming pools – one for adults only – a highly rated spa, and overall a strong emphasis on wellness. The resort’s only offering is all-inclusive, including all food and drink, all spa services, and water sports, including motorized water … Read More


The Sands, an all inclusive resort in Barbados.

The Sands, Barbados

Why We Recommend This Resort: The Sands Barbados is a pleasantly low-key all-inclusive offering spacious condo-type accommodation near Barbados’ famous Worthing Beach. It is also, conveniently, just a ten-minute drive from the main international airport, so the location is superb on two counts. How Are the Rooms & Suites? They have a range of one-, two-, and three-bedroom suites divided between Ocean View and Garden View, with the Ocean Views, not surprisingly, being the more expensive. All come with air-con, cable TV, tea/coffee stations, safe, WiFi, minibar, iPod docks, irons, … Read More


Restaurant at Crystal Cove Resort, Barbados.

Crystal Cove, Barbados

Why We Recommend This Resort: Crystal Cove by Marriott is a boutique luxury all-inclusive on Barbados’ Platinum West Coast. Sitting high on a cliff it comes with some stunning views over the Caribbean. Its grounds are lush, green, and beautifully kept too, and among its notable amenities is a rather special freshwater three-tier pool complex, complete with a waterfall and a swim-up cave bar. What Are the Rooms & Suites Like at Crystal Cove? It has just 88 rooms and suites in total across three classifications: Basic Rooms, Junior Suites, … Read More