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All Inclusive Beach Resorts in the Virgin Islands:
Here are our choices for the best all inclusive resorts in the stunning Virgin Islands, both British and US, in 2023.
Find our full reviews below, plus lots of photos, all booking details etc:
Category: All Inclusive Resorts for FamiliesAddress: Bovoni Road
US Virgin IslandsBolongo Bay Beach is a family owned, pleasantly low key inclusive in the south coast of St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. It comes with two very nice open-air restaurants, a pool deck with 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 could be described as a bit dated but it, and the property in general, are well kept and clean. Accommodation: They have 74 rooms in total at Bolongo Bay either ground floor facing the beach and with a small patio, or on the upper floors with a balcony and sea views. They are all fairly straightforward hotel rooms, no fancy touches or design features, but they are spacious (371 square feet) and comfortable, and along with the all inclusive package offer good value. They all come with WiFi, cable TV, air-con & ceiling fan, mini bars, coffee makers and Sealy Posturepedic mattresses. The bathrooms are uninspiring at Bolongo Bay: relative to the rooms they are small and rather dreary. Prices: Check out all the price details at Expedia.com here and at Booking.com here. Food, Facilities & Things to Do: The hotel has two quality restaurants, both of which are mostly open air and fairly informal. The largest of the two, The Oasis, serves the breakfast buffet as well as a la carte menus for lunch and dinner. The choice is good: international standards plus local Caribbean dishes, with the dinner menu featuring sea food particularly. Iggie’s Bar & Grill has a relaxed beach bar vibe and an all day la carte menu. It has live music in the evenings too and can be quite fun. There is also a nice swim up bar at the pool by the Oasis, and in general the food at Bolongi Bay is consistently very good. The beach at the resort stretches for nearly 1000 feet and is clean and inviting. You’ll have a choice of water-sports in your all inclusive package: kayaking, snorkeling, windsurfing and paddle boarding for example as well as catamaran sailing trips and an introductory scuba diving READ MORE
Category: All Inclusive Resorts for FamiliesAddress: Little Apple Bay, VG1130, British Virgin Islands
Little Apple Bay
British Virgin IslandsOn 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 colonial 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 nightlife is generally low key. With a resort this size you can’t expect a wide range of facilities–it’s a place to relax and enjoy a different pace of life in beautifully exotic surroundings. And the food here is exceptional. Sugar Mill is in fact known for having some of the best food in BVI. Accommodation: The rooms are housed in an old colonial building that is charming and romantic. The rooms are certainly nicely decorated and furnished but somewhat unremarkable it can be said. Little in the way of wall art for eg. or decorative features. They have a distinct elegance though and are bright, clean and airy. And all have balconies too with quite lovely views. Prices: Check out all the details on the Booking page here. Note: The prices displayed will be the standard price for B&B. The all inclusive package can be bought (if you choose to go all inclusive) before or during your stay for an extra 350 usd extra per day, or 300 usd per day if staying for a week or more. Food, Facilities & Things to Do: Sugar Mill has made quite a reputation for itself when it comes to food, being home to the restaurant of the same name which is seen as one of the British Virgin Island’s finest. It is set in the original 17th century mill building which has many of its original features intact and is a terrifically atmospheric, romantic place to spend an evening. There is an adjacent al fresco, terrace section too which has nice views over the coast. It is a fine dining venue featuring to give you some examples: fresh lobster, steak, tournedos Rossini, scallops in champagne sauce, escargots, duck, READ MORE