St. Lucia has some wonderful exclusive resorts and some of the most dramatic scenery in the world, but this charming Caribbean island also has a surprising number of all-inclusive resorts, including a trio of Sandals properties.
Opened in 2005, the St. James's Club Morgan Bay -- formerly part of the Almond Resorts but now part of the Elite Island Resorts chain -- is located on St. Lucia's west coast and has 340 rooms, 4 restaurants, a kids' club, and a wide variety of amenities and activities, including complementary banana-boat rides, water skiiing, and reef fishing. Resort highlights include three lighted tennis courts and access to an 18-hole golf course shared by St. Lucia's pair of Almond resorts.
One of the only true all-inclusive therapeutic spa experiences in the Caribbean, the Bodyholiday at the Le Sport resort in St. Lucia includes a health and fitness profile and access to a full menu of activities designed to enhance body and mind, from exercise classes and yoga to golf and tennis lessons. The resort has 155 rooms, casual and gourmet dining, a scuba shop, archery range, and much, much more.