The Best All-Inclusive Hotels to Book in the Bahamas

Sugar-white beaches and translucent seas await you at these luxurious all-inclusive hotels in the Bahamas
Sugar-white beaches and translucent seas await you at these luxurious all-inclusive hotels in the Bahamas | Courtesy of Sandals Emerald Bay / Expedia
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19 November 2021

Dazzling sugar-white beaches and translucent seas make the Bahamas a dream destination. And if you want to truly zone out and shift down a gear, a hotel holiday with everything thrown in may be just the ticket. Bahamas all-inclusive resorts range from luxe honeymoon hideaways with their own private islands to remote eco-outposts with world-class diving. With packages including everything from fine dining and potent rum cocktails to scuba diving lessons and rock climbing, read on to find the perfect all-inclusive Bahamas hotel for you – bookable on Culture Trip.

Small Hope Bay Lodge, for eco-aware holidaymakers

4.8/5 (20 Reviews)
Beach and palm trees at Small Hope Bay Lodge, Bahamas
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Now from $615 per night
This eco-conscious retreat, on the wild, unspoilt island of Andros, doesn’t feel like your typical all-inclusive hotel. It attracts nature lovers and diving enthusiasts, who come for the pristine barrier reef just off the white-sand bay at the resort (a free scuba or snorkel lesson is included in your stay). Guests are free to borrow kayaks, paddleboards and bikes to explore the island. Back at base, there’s a solar-powered hot tub on the beach, rustic-chic cabins and a homely lodge where guests congregate for buffet-style feasts such as freshly caught lobster and pineapple-shredded pork.
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Breezes, for teenage escapades

Aerial view of Breezes resort, Bahamas
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There’s a party atmosphere at this Nassau all-inclusive on Cable Beach, and you should avoid spring break if you’d prefer a quieter holiday. Unlike many other adults-only resorts, the minimum age here is 14, making it a good choice if you have easily bored teens. The decor is lived-in rather than bling, but the hotel is great value – go for the super-inclusive package and you can try everything from rock climbing to flying trapeze. There are well-kept tennis courts, and volleyball and kayaking will help fill your days – unless you’d rather just laze by one of the three freshwater pools.

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  • Warwick Paradise Island, for laid-back luxury

    4/5 (982 Reviews)
    Aerial view of Warwick Paradise Island, Bahamas
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    Price Drop
    Now from $278 per night

    Gazing over bustling Nassau Harbour, this sophisticated adults-only retreat is a jewel on Paradise Island, known for its high-end resorts. The vibe here is laid-back luxury, with understated rooms in chic monochrome tones, floor-to-ceiling glass and knockout views. There’s a pretty little beach and an enormous lagoon-style pool. For those postcard-worthy stretches of alabaster Bahamian sand, you’ll need to catch the free hotel shuttle to nearby Cabbage Beach. The all-inclusive package is generous, and even includes tips – there’s everything here from pan-Asian fare to steak. Don’t miss live acts at Junkanoo Beat entertainment venue after sunset.

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    Sandals Emerald Bay, for romance in the air

    4.2/5 (119 Reviews)
    Pool and loungers at Sandals Emerald Bay, Bahamas
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    Price Drop
    Now from $627 per night
    On a swoon-worthy stretch of sugar-soft sand on Great Exuma, this is one of the most romantic hotels in the Sandals collection and draws a loved-up crowd of honeymooners and couples. It’s adults-only, so there are no rambunctious kids to spoil the serenity. Glide between private poolside cabanas, the tropical-themed spa and the restaurants – there are 11, from dress-up dinners at La Parisienne to barefoot dining at the Jerk Shack. An impressive spread of activities is also included, from scuba diving to golfing – if you can tear yourself away from your sunlounger, that is.
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    Sandals Royal Bahamian, for lavish lazing

    4/5 (573 Reviews)
    Beach at Sandals Royal Bahamian, Bahamas
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    Unavailable for the next 3 months
    Fancy booking early for one of the most anticipated reopening in the Bahamas and beyond? This, the original Bahamian outpost of Sandals, has had a multimillion-pound revamp, and is tipped to be one of the most lavish all-inclusives in Nassau: swim-up suites, two vast colonnaded pools and airport transfers by Rolls-Royce. The real showstopper, though, is the private island. A 10-minute paddle away by kayak (or a short ferry ride for lazier types), it has a hip beach club, spa and restaurant dishing up fresh seafood. By night, bonfires are lit and guests groove to Junkanoo bands beneath the palms.
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