The first step of planning a honeymoon is creating a quick checklist with your partner. If said list includes sun-filled days, stunning white beaches, azure water, outdoor sports, world-class wellness facilities, and luxury all-inclusive accommodation, you’re on the right track for the Caribbean. Along with the Maldives, Bali, and Mexico, the Caribbean is one of the most popular destinations for a romantic getaway. Because of this, there are a lot of island locations and package deals to choose from. Many opt for an all-inclusive vacation to the Caribbean, and why not? It means you and your loved one can kick back and savor every moment without worrying about extra costs. The all-inclusive honeymoon resorts below offer some of the best romantic packages, personalized service, private accommodations, and amenities. From over-the-water bungalows with plunge pools to extravagant private island retreats, here’s the crème de la crème across the Caribbean.
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Spice Island Beach Resort, Grenada
Set along Grenada’s most beautiful stretch of soft golden sand, Grand Anse Beach, the family-owned and operated Spice Island Beach Resort is an award-winning Caribbean retreat.
The location is peaceful with a backdrop of green hills and palms, but there are excellent restaurants and boutique shops a stroll (or cycle) away. Getting here is also a breeze. The airport is a mere 10 minutes away, so you can relax by the ocean within an hour of landing.
The resort is impeccably run, with outstanding heartfelt hospitality. This is one of the most important elements to consider when planning your honeymoon. It’s (hopefully) going to be the only time you have an experience like this, so making sure your every whim is catered to is vital.
Spice Island has 64 luxurious suites, 17 of which have private pools, and 34 open directly out onto Grand Anse Beach. The more elevated suites are recommended for couples. They grant guests a smidge more privacy and come with a direct line to call for assistance — aka another chilled bottle of Veuve.
A couples massage is included in the honeymoon package at Janissa’s Spa, which has four treatment rooms set around a charming courtyard. The spa’s treatments use a blend of Grenada’s native spices and seaweed, and you can make use of the cedar sauna, an outdoor relaxation lounge, and a cascading water wall.
How Spice Island Beach Resort caters to honeymooners
- A private gourmet dinner for two
- Complimentary beverages (except bottled wine or champagne)
- Complimentary stocked in-room mini-bar
- Membership at Grenada’s Golf Club
- Access to the tennis court
- Unlimited use of non-powered watersports
- A sunset cruise
- A couples massage
Spice Island Beach Resort: Grand Anse Beach, The Lime, Grenada
Curtain Bluff, Antigua
Curtain Bluff sits on the beachfront in Carlisle Bay, Antigua. The all-inclusive offers breathtaking views of a pristine, palm-shaded beach and the rocky bluff that gives the resort its name. Looking out over the calming Caribbean Sea, the boutique resort is known not only for its epic 360-degree panorama but also its five-star amenities and hospitality.
There’s quite a range of accommodations to choose from. The Hulford Collection — namely the Grace Bay Suite, Morris Bay Suites, and Terrace Suite — are most popular among couples. They sit on the third floor of a Caribbean-style villa and overlook the popular surf beach. For honeymooners, Curtain Bluff recommends booking the Terrace Suite. It’s perched at the very top of the bluff and offers a little more exclusivity with a sprawling outdoor terrace with an infinity plunge pool.
For wellness treatments, you don’t need to venture too far from the beach. The resort’s spa sits steps from the sand where, on a sunny day, you can enjoy views out to Montserrat, Cades Reef, St. Kitts, Nevis, and Redonda. After, you and your partner can relax in the luxurious cliffside soaking tub.
How Curtain Bluff caters to honeymooners
- Romantic vistas
- Luxury suites, one with a private infinity pool
- Private dinner for two on the beach with butler service
- Adults-only Wellness Area
- Daily yoga classes
- Infinity pool and jacuzzi
- Private cabana with concierge service
- Couples tennis lessons
Curtain Bluff: Morris Bay St. Mary’s Parish Old Road, Antigua and Barbuda
Sandals Royal Caribbean, Jamaica
Sandals Royal Caribbean in Jamaica is an all-inclusive, couples-only resort located in Montego Bay, one of the island’s most popular tourist spots. It was exclusively designed with romance in mind. It offers a luxurious and beautiful setting for your honeymoon with its pristine white sandy beaches, clear blue waters, and breathtaking views.
The resort is best known for its over-the-water villas. It was the first resort in the region to build accommodations of this kind. The most popular suites for honeymooners are the Love Nest Suites. They are peppered across the beach, over the water, and on a clifftop. The opulent rooms come with butler service, spa-style bathrooms, a Tranquility Soaking Tub for two, and a complimentary top-shelf mini-bar. Over-the-water rooms feature see–through glass floors, an over-the-water hammock for two, and a private infinity pool.
The all-inclusive spans 15 acres and offers nine outstanding restaurants serving everything from French cuisine to local island dishes. There’s a lot to do on-site, but there are also free shuttles to the sister property, Sandals Montego Bay, where you can enjoy extra amenities. One very important thing to note is that the wide range of water sports (including scuba diving) and on-land activities are included in your nightly rate, making this the best “all-round” all-inclusive resort in the Caribbean.
How Sandals Royal Caribbean caters to honeymooners
- Nine world-class restaurants
- Complimentary airport transfers
- Infamous five-star Love Nest Suites
- 24-hour room service
- Professionally trained butlers
- Outdoor showers and over-the-water hammocks
- Private offshore island excursions
- Beach massages
- Evening entertainment
Sandals Royal Caribbean: Mahoe Cl, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Cap Maison, St Lucia
This luxury boutique villa resort sits in the north of St Lucia in the exclusive Cap Estate. It’s arguably one of the most breathtaking (and classiest) places to stay in St Lucia.
It’s also the best option for foodies. It has two of the top restaurants on the island — the fine-dining establishment Cliff at Cap and the beachfront Naked Fisherman. The latter hosts food events, wine cellar tastings, pop-up dinners, and visiting chefs. The all-inclusive dining packages go way beyond any other resort in the region. You won’t find any tired buffets here. For breakfast, you can opt for continental or full breakfast a la carte at the panoramic Cliff at Cap. A la carte lunch and dinner are three courses (including daily specials such as the morning’s local catch). You can also enjoy in-room drinks, luxury spirit brands, and wines by the glass selected by the resident sommelier.
You can’t really go wrong in the romance department here. It’s so naturally beautiful that you might find yourself doing very little other than enjoy the company of your partner and the stunning destination. That said, the honeymoon packages are also extensive, and there’s quite a bit to read through. It’s worth directly contacting the resort to see what option is best for you. One neat thing to note is that they run a Peak to Beach package. This bundle allows honeymooners to experience a Cap Maison and the award-winning Ladera resort that offers stunning views of the Pitons.
How Cap Maison caters to honeymooners
- World-class dining
- Couples spa massage at Spa Maison
- A bottle of champagne on arrival
- Champagne to enjoy at Cap Maison
- Offshore private dining deck with a Champagne Zip Line
- Natural rockpool for a sunset dip
Cap Maison: Smugglers Cove Drive, Cap Estate, St Lucia
Jumby Bay, Antigua
Jumby Bay is a private island resort located in Antigua, known to be one of the most desirable, all-inclusive retreats in the Caribbean. This 300-acre private resort is part of the Oetker Collection. The secluded haven surrounded by coral reefs is reachable by private boat from mainland Antigua (an easy 10-minute journey). It’s also car-free, and those you meet here will either be guests at Jumby, villa owners, or staff.
It’s another all-inclusive well-known for world-class service. Staff are polite, kind, and helpful. Nothing is too much here, and if you’d like to add extra perks to your all-inclusive package, you can do so with ease.
Jumby Bay recommends the resort’s new Ocean View Suites for honeymooners (although there are also 14 stunning private villas worth consideration). The suites feature sublime verandas, open-air bathrooms, and uninterrupted views of the ocean.
The facilities (including a sensational spa) don’t disappoint either. You can go water skiing, kayaking, wakeboarding, attend rum tastings or cooking classes, play tennis, or take a course at the sailing academy. The island is also a nesting area for green turtles. If you visit between June and November, you may view mothers at Pasture Bay Beach laying their eggs. The resort’s Hawksbill Turtle program leads teachings in conservation, too. You can opt for an all-inclusive package that includes an extensive range of on-land and water-based activities.
How Jumby Bay caters to honeymooners
- Private yacht excursion to an uninhabited island with a made-to-order picnic
- Couples massage on the beach
- Privacy throughout the 300-acre resort
- Floral arrangements
- Professional photographers and videographers on request
- Extensive beverage list including house champagne, Drappier Brut
Jumby Bay: 10-minute catamaran journey from mainland Antigua
Guana Island, British Virgin Islands
Guana Island is a private island all-inclusive resort. It’s widely regarded as one of the most unspoiled islands in the BVIs. Access to the island is strictly for guests only. For those who value understated luxury, honeymooning here would be unforgettable. This is not your standard cookie-cutter glamorous five-star. On Guana, guests are guaranteed privacy, biodiversity, and elegant upscale accommodations. Ideal for nature lovers, the island is an ecological preserve and home to many endemic species.
The nearest airport is Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport on the neighboring island of Tortola. From there, you can hop on a transfer on the resort’s speed boat or arrive via helicopter.
One of the key things to note is that Guana Island has a maximum occupancy of 35 guests at one time. So not only does the island feel like a world away from other BVI islands, but it promises one of the most intimate vacations in the Caribbean.
There are 15 seaview rooms available and three villas, all of which offer privacy from others. Guana Island suggests the North Beach Villa for couples. It’s set apart from the other accommodations and has access to a beach, a wraparound porch, and a private pool. You can opt for the villa to be staffed (for preparing meals), and it comes with a golf cart for guests to zip around.
In the heart of the unspoiled island is a three-acre organic orchard. It supplies produce and herbs for the resort’s kitchens and spa. The all-inclusive cuisine is superb. There are two restaurants, one on the terrace of the hilltop clubhouse and the other on the beach at White Bay. On that note, the island has seven beaches. There are also over 20 well-maintained walking paths, yoga classes, tennis courts, ample snorkeling spots, and exceptional star gazing.
How Guana Island caters to honeymooners
- All-inclusive private island getaway
- Intimate accommodations
- Decadent picnic lunch on a secluded beach
- Private al fresco screening of favorite film in the Garden of Eden
- Dinners in the orchard under the stars
- Tour of the orchard with the chef
Guana Island: 10-minute private boat transfer from Tortola or five to 10-minute helicopter ride from Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport.
Manchebo Beach Resort and Spa, Aruba
Manchebo Beach Resort and Spa offers a more affordable luxury getaway to Aruba. This boutique resort has only 72 rooms and suites, and it ensures a personal and intimate experience for honeymooners. It’s not exactly remote, but it is positioned in a less busy area of Aruba’s low-rise hotel zone with ample space for romantic walks and chill days on Eagle Beach.
Guests are welcomed by the beautiful Southeast Asian Caribbean decor and a complimentary mojito. Within the resort complex, there are manicured gardens surrounded by towering palms flowing onto the sugar-white sand. Manchebo caters to those looking for a wellness getaway with customizable packages ideal for couples looking for some pampering. On-site, you can partake in daily yoga, and Pilates; enjoy plant-based dining (including a dedicated vegan menu); and visit the Bali-inspired spa offering a signature collection of massages and body treatments. The Premium Culinary All-Inclusive package is a favorite. With this, you can enjoy an a la carte breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as premium cocktails, wines, and beverages.
How Manchebo Beach Resort and Spa caters to honeymooners
- Couples massage at Spa del Sol
- Miles of sand for romantic strolls
- Fresh flowers
- A bottle of sparkling wine
- Chocolate-covered strawberries
- Breakfast in bed
- A romantic candlelight dinner
- A snorkeling or sunset cruise
- One complimentary night on next wedding anniversary
Manchebo Beach Resort and Spa: J.E. Irausquin Blvd 55, Oranjestad, Aruba
Anse Chastanet Resort, St Lucia
Hidden in a jungle estate, Anse Chastanet Resort is another choice for those who prefer a resort with character. Perfect for honeymooners who want a complete escape, the secluded resort sits 10 minutes along a dirt track from Soufrière in southwest St Lucia. The 600-acre estate treats guests to stunning views of the Piton Mountains and access to two beautiful beaches, Anse Chastanet, and Anse Mamin.
Built upon steep jungle hillsides overlooking the gray sand beach below, the entire resort is integrated into the surroundings. All accommodations have a focus on the fantastic vista. The 49 one-of-a-kind open-air suites feature views of the twin Pitons and the Caribbean Sea. All accommodations come without a TV or radio — allowing guests to connect with their loved ones and nature. Opt for the Piton Pool Suite (with a private plunge pool) or the Beach House (a charming cottage with a garden tucked behind the beach.)
A honeymoon at Anse Chastanet is a combination of an active beach vacation and almost limitless opportunities to relax and take in the natural beauty of the surroundings. It’s home to the island’s largest dive operation, Scuba St. Lucia, and outstanding snorkeling in the nearby marine reserve. Or you can recharge at the homely Kai Belte Spa. Here, you can indulge in a range of treatments, with many that use cacao from the resort’s on-site farm (there are over 2000 cocoa trees on the estate) and chocolate made at Jade Mountain — architect owner Nick Troubetzkoy’s other resort.
How Anse Chastanet Resort caters to honeymooners
- Airport transfers
- Premium in-room fridge drinks package
- A bottle of French champagne
- Tour of St. Lucia’s famous walk-in volcano
- Escorted walk of the Old French Colonial Plantation
- Guided boat snorkel trip
- Scuba diving courses
- Two dives per person for certified divers
- One hour Swedish Massage per person
- Half-day sailing on a skippered resort yacht
- Water sports equipment
- Sunrise and sunset yoga
- An anniversary certificate of $500 for the resort
Anse Chastanet: 1 Anse Chastanet Road Soufriere, St Lucia
Hermitage Bay, Antigua
Hermitage Bay, Antigua, is for those looking for a tranquil honeymoon and an opportunity to revitalize after a stressful wedding. The adults-only resort is nestled in a secluded cove on the west coast of the island, surrounded by 140 acres of lush, undeveloped land. You’ll likely fly into VC Bird International Airport, which is a 40-minute drive away. The capital, St John’s, is also an easy 25-minute transfer, making a day trip possible.
That is if you want to move away from Hermitage Bay. The resort’s 30 individual suites are tucked away amidst the verdant landscape and have panoramic views of the bay. The resort suggests honeymooners book the private plunge pool suites on the hillside. Each features a roll-top bath, outdoor shower, and a private decking complete with sun loungers, a double day bed, and plantation chairs.
The service at the bay is warm and attentive. Each activity — from yoga and Pilates classes to non-motorized watersports, cooking demonstrations, fishing trips, and diving — is led by a team of professional teachers.
How Hermitage Bay caters to honeymooners
- Couples treatment in the Garden Spa
- Private boat charters
- Privacy in Hillside Pool Suites
Hermitage Bay: Jennings New Extension Hermitage Bay, Antigua and Barbuda
Petit St. Vincent, St Vincent and the Grenadines
Petit St. Vincent, known affectionately as PSV, is a beautiful private island resort located in the southern tip of the Grenadines archipelago. This paradise resort offers an intimate and luxurious experience for all its visitors, especially honeymooners.
Getting there requires a bit of effort, but that’s part of the appeal. You’ll need to take a flight to Barbados, St. Lucia, or Grenada. From there, you can book a connecting flight to Union Island, which is the closest airport to Petit St. Vincent. The resort provides a complimentary boat transfer from Union Island to the resort, which takes around 30 minutes. The journey is worth it, especially if you’re a couple looking for solitude on your honeymoon.
The resort offers 22 cottages and villas with stunning views of the archipelago. All are located within an easy stroll of the beaches and main facilities, yet secluded enough to provide a sense of privacy. And although you will have low-key interaction with other guests, the resort prides itself in respecting the needs of individuals, and most of the time, you’ll feel like you have the island to yourself.
How Petit St. Vincent caters to honeymooners
- Complimentary butler room service
- Use of all non-motorized water sports and island facilities
- Champagne in room upon arrival
- One romantic, three-course private dinner on the beach
- One complimentary one-hour massage treatment per person
- A picnic for two on the sandy atoll Mopion Island
- A day sail to the Tobago Cays Marine Reserve
Petit St. Vincent: Privately scheduled flight with Mustique Airways from Barbados to Union Island then 15-minute boat ride to Petit St. Vincent.
Kimpton Grand Roatán Resort and Spa, Honduras
The recently opened Kimpton Grand is another superb option for those who enjoy snorkeling and diving. It’s situated on the picturesque West Bay Beach of Roatán Island and has access to the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef (one of the largest barrier reefs in the world). According to Kimpton, it’s the “first branded luxury hospitality offering” on Roatán. This resort is not an all-inclusive. It’s also the new kid on the block, but there’s a lot to love here, and worth considering for the packages alone.
There’s a great selection of vacation deals, from babymoon packages to romance, diving, and dining. So although it’s not technically falling under the umbrella of an all-inclusive, the dining package, for example, awards you $100 per person per day to spend in any of the four dining destinations: Alera, Vos, Drop Off, or Sea Cat. And the facilities are pretty high bar, too. There are weekly yoga sessions, healing workshops, beachside cabanas, snorkeling gear, scuba classes, clear-bottom kayaks, and an excellent destination spa (with an outdoor infinity pool.)
Being a new property, the accommodation is attractive, chic, and modern. There are 119 stylish west-facing guest rooms with sunset views, specialty suites with private balcony plunge pools, and for those who like more space, you can enquire about the secluded standalone bungalows with canopy or resort views.
How Kimpton Grand Roatán Resort & Spa caters to honeymooners
- Payo Bokín (relaxing couples massage) at the world-class Kao Kamasa Spa
- Beautiful floral arrangement featuring local flowers
- Champagne in room to enjoy upon arrival
- Dessert delivered to the room
- Equipment for kayaking and snorkeling
Kimpton Grand Roatán Resort and Spa: West Bay Beach, Bay Islands, Honduras
Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort, St Lucia
One of the most notable attributes of Windjammer Landing is the personalized service. The resort is more than happy to assist guests before arrival to plan the perfect honeymoon experience. So whether you want to lounge by the pool, indulge in a couples spa treatment, or venture out on a local excursion, everything can be organized in advance. No idea is too extravagant, and the resort takes pride in making each honeymoon truly unique.
To get to Windjammer Landing, you’ll need to fly into Hewanorra International Airport (UVF), St. Lucia’s main airport, which is well-connected with many international destinations. From there, it’s about an hour and a half drive to the resort. You can opt for a taxi or arrange for a private transfer directly to the resort.
How Windjammer Landing caters to honeymooners
- Personalized honeymoon experience
- Round-trip airport transfers
- Rose-petal welcome
- Bottle of wine and chocolate-covered strawberries during town-down service
- Full English breakfast for two with champagne and flowers
- 50-minute couples’ massage
- Private four-course dinner on the beach
- Dining and drinking at five restaurants and four bars, including premium spirits
- Room service
- Motorized and non-motorized water sports
Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort: 1504 Castries Labrelotte bay, St Lucia
Oil Nut Bay, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
Oil Nut Bay is not all-inclusive, but it’s being included here because they push the boat out (quite literally, with their romantic sunset cruises) for couples looking for a more intimate vacation. The resort is only accessible by boat or helicopter and is spread across 400 private acres in Virgin Gorda (one of the four main islands of the BVIs). Surrounded by a coral reef and with five-star sporting facilities, this is an outdoorsy couple’s dream honeymoon destination.
There are a lot of reasons to celebrate here. First and foremost, the stylish villas are custom-built into the island’s topography. The romantic hideaways are decorated with muted tones — lush greens and calming blues to blend into the surrounding nature. Interiors further complement the outdoors, with floor-to-ceiling windows and full-length doors opening to lush terraces and gardens. For couples, Oil Nut Bay suggests the one-bedroom Cliff Penthouse Suite that sits atop a craggy bluff overlooking the dramatic coastline. It’s one of the most sought-after vacation rentals in the BVIs due to its exclusivity, wraparound terrace, and large infinity pool.
When it comes to amenities, the list mirrors the needs of its clientele. The outstanding facilities are coupled with a dedicated concierge team that can tailor-make itineraries and arrange private excursions and transfers. The menu of activities, including paddle boarding, sailing, kayaking, volleyball, tennis, pickleball, yoga lessons, and island tours, makes for an action-packed honeymoon to remember.
How Oil Nut Bay caters to honeymooners
- World-class dining options
- Private chef dinners in-villa or on the beach
- Romantic picnics in secluded locales around the property
- Beach club with three pools and a swim-up bar
- Equipment for kayaking, sailing, and snorkeling
- Private butler service
- In-villa spa treatments
- Couples aromatherapy massage
- Sunset sailing excursions
- Kite surfing and wing foiling lessons
Oil Nut Bay: Oil Nut Bay, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands