List all Inclusive Resorts Belize
The trend towards all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean and many other parts of the world is a strong one. People seem to love the concept of paying one price for a stay at a resort and being able to enjoy all the food and drinks they like with no additional charges. Perhaps surprisingly, these resorts are usually cheaper than paying for room, food, and drink separately in the same area, so they are hard to resist.
We’ve previously researched which Caribbean islands have the cheapest all-inclusive resorts in general, but here we decided to take it one step further and compare prices at the most affordable resort areas all together. This way it’s easy to compare them and pick your holiday destination afterwards.
How we researched this list
Since room rates change frequently and are often different from one online travel agency to the next, we compared rates for multiple dates on multiple sites to find the cheapest deals.
The room rates below are for:
- Average nightly rate for a 7-night stay
- High season is for a week in late January
- Low season is for a week in late October
- Room rates change through the week, so shorter stays may be more or less expensive than our averages.
Best all-inclusive Caribbean resort and package dealsYou almost always get a better deal by booking through an agency website rather than through each hotel’s own website. Prices tend to be similar at most online travel agencies, but sometimes one has an exclusive deal so it’s worth checking both of the main sites below. Hotel & Air packages are usually the best deal of all, though not always so careful shoppers will check airfares separately just to compare.
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Note: Resorts with poor average reviews don’t make this list
We first compiled a list of every inexpensive all-inclusive resort in the Caribbean, but several of the cheapest of them suffer from poor reviews on a consistent basis. We decided to just leave those off the list altogether because it’s much easier to have low rates if you have shabby rooms along with terrible service and an inconvenient location.
As a result, all the resorts listed below are those that score well with the various review sites and methods.
14 Cheapest all-inclusive Caribbean resorts
Resorts below sorted by January rate for two people
1 – Hotel Cozumel & Resort – Cozumel, Mexico
- January (high season) rate: US$126/night per couple
- October (low season) rate: US$105/night per couple
- Stars: 3
- # of rooms: 181
- TripAdvisor rating: 3.5
Hotel Cozumel & Resort shows different prices on different websites, which is typical, and it’s one of the few here that also offer rates with no drinks or meals included. Located within walking distance of the downtown center on Cozumel, this resort gets remarkably good reviews considering its price. It has one of the highest Expedia “guest recommended” ratings on this entire list.
2 – Riu Merengue All Inclusive – Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
- January rate: US$148/night
- October rate: US$104/night
- Stars: 3.5
- # of rooms: 1007
- TripAdvisor rating: 4.0
This fully all-inclusive resort has 1, 007 rooms, making it the largest on this list by quite a bit. It shares a half-mile beach with another resort, but most guests are impressed with it and almost everything else here. Of past verified reviews on Expedia, 84% of guests recommend this resort to others, which is impressive anywhere near this price range.
3 – Royal Decameron Club Caribbean – Ocho Rios, Jamaica
- January rate: US$158/night
- October rate: US$119/night
- # of rooms: 203
Located on Runaway Bay only 50 miles from the busy Montego Bay Airport, this member of the international Decameron chain of all-inclusive hotels is usually the cheapest in all of Jamaica. The least expensive rooms have a courtyard view, but that’s typical in the Caribbean and overall this gets very positive reviews.