If an all inclusive Caribbean vacation is what you have in mind, considering
the US Virgin Islands all inclusive
resorts is well worth your time. The islands are perfect for relaxing getaways,
especially if you like good beaches, lush mountains, and plenty of sunshine.
While there aren't a lot of all inclusive resorts, the ones that do exist are
pretty spectacular. When you stay at an all inclusive resort in the US Virgin
Islands, virtually everything that you could want will be included in the one-time
fee. You won't have to reach for your wallet when it comes to meals, most or
all of your drinks, and a host of fun activities. You can even enjoy live entertainment
during your stay at no extra cost.
The relatively calm US Virgin Islands waters lend themselves well to swimming,
snorkeling, and scuba diving, and these
are just some of the activities that you can try during your vacation. Scuba
diving might cost extra, depending on the specifics of the package that you
book, but if there's room in the budget, it's well worth it. All of the US Virgin
Islands all inclusive resorts can be found on the island of St
Thomas, which is the most highly developed island in the chain. They include
the Bolongo Bay Beach Resort (pictured), the Frenchman's Reef & Morning Star
Marriott Beach Resort, and the Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa.
The Bolongo Bay Beach Resort (pictured) is the most affordable all inclusive
resort in the US Virgin Islands, but that doesn't mean it doesn't give the other
two a healthy run for their money. For starters, guests who stay at this all
inclusive St Thomas Resort will enjoy a la carte meals, as opposed to buffet-style
affairs. There are two restaurants to choose from at the Bolongo Bay Beach Resort,
and if you are only in the mood for drinks, there are two bars that serve up
some refreshing cocktails. While a round of golf or a massage will cost extra
here, you won't have to pay to enjoy the beach, the swimming pool, the tennis
courts, the fitness center, or the volleyball courts.
While the rooms at the Bolongo Bay Beach Resort are comfortable enough for most, those who are looking for a more upscale lodging experience might prefer the Frenchman's Reef & Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort, which is the most luxurious all inclusive St Thomas resort. Among the overall amenities that guests can enjoy here are five restaurants, six bars, and three swimming pools. You won't enjoy as many complimentary activities here as you will at the Bolongo Bay Beach Resort, but the rooms are nicer, which helps to warrant the higher rates. In-room amenities include satellite TV, air-conditioning, and a personal safe for your valuables.
When you're interested in an all inclusive St Thomas resort that is priced somewhere in between the Bolongo Bay and the Frenchman's Reef & Morning Star, then the Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa should be ideal. Charming rooms, access to one of the best St Thomas beaches, and plenty of complimentary activities help to make the Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa an all inclusive resort in the US Virgin Islands that is well worth considering. Overall amenities here include three restaurants, two bars, three swimming pools, a fitness center, and a children's club, among others. All US Virgin Islands all inclusive resorts welcome kids, unlike some of the other Caribbean all inclusive resorts, which are adults-only.
In addition to looking to the island of St Thomas, some visitors will hope
to find all inclusive resorts in St
John, which is the most pristine and relaxing of the three main islands.
While there aren't any truly all inclusive options, the Westin St John Resort
& Villas does offer special packages that include quite a lot of perks. One
of the packages, for example, includes your accommodations, a tour
of the island, round trip airport transfers, complimentary snorkeling gear,
and a daily dining credit. Packages like these are well worth considering, even
if it's an all inclusive vacation that you have in mind.
For those who want to visit the island of St Croix, the Divi Carina Bay Beach Resort & Casino offers meal plans, not to mention a range of activities for guests to enjoy, so you might keep it in mind as well. It's a good idea to check out all of the St Thomas hotels, St John hotels, and St Croix hotels when planning your USVI vacation. But if it's strictly all inclusive Virgin Islands all inclusive resorts that you're after, then the island of St Thomas is the place for you.