6 Adults-Only All-Inclusive Resorts In The Caribbean That Are Open Right Now To Tourism
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6 Adults-Only All-Inclusive Resorts In The Caribbean That Are Open Right Now To Tourism

Caribbean , Antigua , Aruba , Mexico , Cancun , Mexico , Saint Lucia
Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Aug 11, 2020

When traveling to the Caribbean, many of us are compelled to stay at all-inclusive resorts. What’s better than relaxing on an island and having drinks, food, entertainment, and activities in the same vicinity? 

As travelers get back to vacationing in the Caribbean, staying at a resort sans kids is necessary, especially if you’ve been quarantined with your family since March. 

Here are adults-only all-inclusive resorts that you can visit right now as well as their requirements for travelers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hammock Cove – Antigua 

This five-star resort has 42 rooms, and pools leading to the ocean. 

You can find the travel advisory for Antigua and Barbuda here

Sandals Grande Antigua 

Sandals resort in Antigua is the perfect place to get away with your bae. There are 11 restaurants, beachfront villas, and plenty of spots to soak up the sun. 

You can find the travel advisory for Antigua and Barbuda here

Hotel Riu Palace Antillas – Aruba

From luxury suites to a casino, this resort has everything you need to relax and enjoy adventure. 

You can find the travel advisory for Aruba here

Hyatt Zilara – Cancun, Mexico 

Located in Cancun’s Hotel Zone, this resort has oceanfront suites, a spa, 5 bars, 6 restaurants, and a beachside butler!

You can find the travel advisory for Mexico here

TRS Coral Hotel – Playa Mujeres, Mexico

This resort is near Cancun and has swim-up suites, a beach club, spa, and nightlight dining.

You can find the travel advisory for Mexico here

Sandals Grande St. Lucian – Saint Lucia

Make sure to stay here to enjoy the only over-water bungalows in all of St. Lucia. 

You can find the travel advisory for Saint Lucia here