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13 Best All-Inclusive Resorts In Bahamas in 2024

13 Best All-Inclusive Resorts In Bahamas in 2024


Nothing is quite as romantic as Bahamas all-inclusive vacations. It’s no wonder that the Bahamas is considered one of the best honeymoon destinations; you have everything from white sand beaches to free-flowing cocktails and suites overlooking the sea. Whether you go with a partner, alone, or with friends and family, all-inclusive resorts in the Bahamas are some of the most beautiful places to stay.

You have the stunning tropical scenery of peaceful beaches and the tranquility of oceanfront and island living. Plus, you can indulge in the all-inclusive resort experience without worrying about meals, beverages, or budgeting for activities. All-inclusive vacations in the Bahamas are the definition of luxury travel.

Best All-Inclusive Resorts in the Bahamas

The Bahamas can be tricky when it comes to picking a resort. There are just so many choices, with over 700 islands in the archipelago alone, of which between 30 and 40 are inhabited. You aren’t just choosing a resort; you are choosing a location, and where you stay helps dictate the best things to do while you stay in the Bahamas.

In this guide, we’ll introduce you to the top 13 all-inclusive resorts in the Bahamas. We’ll cover each resort’s pros and cons, location and nearby activities, and exactly what’s included. Of course, you’ll also get all the juicy details about facilities—because who doesn’t want to know how stunning prospective resort pools are?

1. Sandals Emerald Bay, Great Exuma

Sandals Emerald Bay, Great Exuma, is one of the most sophisticated all inclusive resorts in Bahamas. This Bahamas all inclusive resort has 500 private acres of tropical grounds, including a gigantic outdoor pool with a swim up bar and a mile-long private beach. Sandals Emerald Bay has three pools, a golf course, eleven restaurants, six bars, and an award-winning spa.

Most impressive, though, is this property’s inclusions, which is what caught our eye. You get unlimited fine dining at the resort’s eleven restaurants, with breakfast, lunch, dinner, and anytime snacks. You enjoy premium liquors, day and night entertainment, free WiFi, complimentary airport transfers, and access to PADI scuba diving equipment and snorkeling gear. Sandals Emerald Bay is where to stay if you want spacious grounds and plenty of inclusions. The property sprawls beautifully in a tropical setting, and it has tons to enjoy onsite before you even start looking at things to do nearby in Exuma.

Pros

Fantastic food and drink inclusions, with three meals a day and more.
Great included activities.
A beautiful setting in Exuma and nearby to visit Exuma’s pigs.

Cons

Large resort rather than an intimate atmosphere.
It is set in one of the Bahamas’ most popular areas.
Differing food quality across the resort’s restaurants.

2. Sandals Royal Bahamian, Nassau

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While we are on the topic of Sandals resorts, Sandals Royal Bahamian in Nassau warrants a mention. This romantic getaway is for couples only, so it’s ideal for honeymoons or special occasion getaways with your significant other. The five-star, all-inclusive resort sits on the beachfront on the north shore of the Bahamas’ largest island and capital. It’s ideally located for those who want to enjoy a luxurious base and more urban sightseeing, close to pastel-colored British colonial architecture and the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas. You can still take day trips to see the Exuma pigs and smaller islands, but staying at Sandals Royal Bahamian just means a slightly more accessible all-inclusive trip.

The property is a work of art with an elegant beachfront setting and stellar inclusions. It has some of the most impressive policies of all the Bahamas all inclusive resorts, with unlimited fine dining across ten restaurants for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. You also have unlimited premium liquor, roundtrip airport transfers, and entertainment, including PADI diving gear and live shows.

Pros

Fantastic meal inclusions.
An excellent location for a mixture of urban sightseeing and day trips to remote areas.
Extremely accessible.

Cons

Nassau is a slightly busier island choice.
It is a large property, so it lacks an intimate atmosphere.
Food quality varies across the available restaurants.

3. Warwick Paradise Island, Nassau

Plenty of Bahamas all-inclusive holidays welcome families, but if you want an adults-only experience, Warwick Paradise Island is where to head. It’s one of the leading adults-only all-inclusive resorts in Bahamas, and this 4-star property beautifully overlooks the harbor. Think chic and contemporary rooms with a refreshingly light color scheme broken up with trendy artwork and patterned features. You have five restaurants on-site, plus a gym and outdoor pool with beautiful views – a must, right?

The resort’s location means easy urban sightseeing when you aren’t speeding off on day trips to remote white-sand beaches. You can easily visit the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas and Fort Montague. Warwick Paradise Island has generous all-inclusive vacation packages, with all meals, beverages, activities, and entertainment included. Warwick Paradise Island has a much smaller feel than the other more sprawling luxury resorts the Bahamas offers. It has 250 guest rooms in a single skyscraper block and more of a hotel-like atmosphere, just with resort-style inclusions.

Pros

More intimate feel than larger resorts.
Convenient location for sightseeing.
Generous all-inclusive vacation package.

Cons

Nassau is one of the busier, less remote islands.
Some people may want that larger property atmosphere.
The property is a little dated.

4. Lighthouse Pointe at Grand Lucayan, Freeport

Lighthouse Pointe at Grand Lucayan is a laidback 4-star property in the major city of Freeport on Grand Bahama Island. It offers casual luxury, with comfortably furnished rooms rather than slick, sleek interior designs. It also has an elegant infinity pool and a private beach—its outdoor areas amp up the luxury.

Out of all the all-inclusive resorts in Bahamas, Lighthouse Pointe is one of the top recommendations for hotels in Freeport. You have great access to sightseeing opportunities around Freeport, great island accessibility, and beautiful ocean views. Facilities include a fitness center, sporting facilities, hot tub, and spa. There’s a handful of restaurants and a bar, giving Lighthouse Pointe a bit more of an intimate appeal. On top of fabulous facilities, you also get the added bonus of a great all-inclusive package. You get free WiFi, meals, some beverages, and activities, making Lighthouse Pointe a fabulous spot for an all-inclusive Bahamas vacation.

Pros

It has intimate appeal and a beautiful infinity pool.
A convenient and excellent sightseeing location in Freeport.
A generous all-inclusive package.

Cons

Some people may prefer to stay in more remote areas.
Some people may prefer larger resorts with chain-style facilities.
Some people may prefer all drinks-included packages.

5. Hotel Riu Palace Paradise Island, Nassau

Hotel Riu Palace Paradise Island is a fantastic adults-only addition to the top all-inclusive resorts in Bahamas. The 5-star property is conveniently set on Nassau, providing doorstep access to the attractions on Paradise Island and easy access to urban sightseeing at major attractions like the National Gallery of the Bahamas.

The resort opens out onto a white sand beach with beautiful ocean views. It has a vast outdoor pool with abundant lounging areas to soak up the Bahamas sunshine. Hotel Riu Palace Paradise Island is one of the best available properties for stunning facilities on Nassau and one of the leading adults-only choices. Inclusions cover all meals and evening and daytime entertainment. Plus, with a Nassau location, you are within easy distance of sightseeing opportunities and also day trips to neighboring areas and attractions.

Pros

Convenient location in Nassau.
A generous, inclusive package.
Beautiful facilities, including a large pool.

Cons

Some may prefer other areas to busy Nassau.
Unsuitable for families.
Not all beverages are complimentary.

6. The Coral at Atlantis, Nassau

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The Coral at Atlantis is a glitzy 4-star resort on Nassau with beachfront views and an elegant appeal. The hotel sits on Paradise Lagoon Beach and has snorkeling right on its doorstep, with easy access to the sea from its private beach. You can take scuba diving excursions to coral reefs and snorkeling tours with manta rays. While less high-end than some other all-inclusive resorts in Bahamas, The Coral at Atlantis is a wonderful property to embrace comfortable luxury.

The Coral at Atlantis has many facilities, including an impressive 11 swimming pools. There’s a state-of-the-art fitness center with yoga and pilates classes, plus a theater and library. In terms of resort inclusions, you get three meals across your choice of 21 restaurants and drinks at over 19 bars and lounges. The amount of facilities and entertainment on-site is also incredible, with everything from aquariums to sporting facilities like tennis courts and the gym with classes. We’d say the Coral at Atlantis is the best resort to stay in Nassau if you want more entertainment than luxury.

Pros

Excellent facilities with lots of entertainment choices.
Convenient location in Nassau.
All meals and beverages are included.

Cons

It is less luxurious inside than some other resorts.
Some may prefer other areas to Nassau.
A little dated in sections.

7. Viva Fortuna Beach by Wyndham, Freeport

Get ready for another Freeport resort. Viva Fortuna Beach by Wyndham is a family-friendly 3-star all-inclusive property. It’s an ideal choice if you want Grand Bahama Island accommodation and the Bahamas all-inclusive resorts on a budget. The number of inclusions at this property caught our eye; you have unlimited water sports, meals, beverages, and even a welcome cocktail on arrival. Viva Fortuna Beach is fun and sociable.

In terms of ratings, there is a big jump down from 5-star experiences to 3-star, so you should be aware that the service is less luxurious, and the property is a bit more dated. However, as a whole, Viva Fortuna Beach is ideal for a budget-friendly all-inclusive vacation. You also have a convenient location in Freeport for urban sightseeing and day trips to neighboring islands like Exuma to see the pigs.

Pros

Good inclusions.
Great facilities and activities.
Convenient Freeport location.

Cons

Some people may prefer to stay in more remote island-style accommodations.
3-star isn’t for everyone.
The service and property are of a lower standard than other 4 and 5-star options.

8. Fowl Cay Resort, Great Exuma

Fowl Cay Resort is ultra-luxurious and sits on its own private island in Great Exuma. If you want that unplugged tropical island experience, this is one of the leading Bahamas all-inclusive resorts. Not only do you get unlimited food and drink, but you also get your own powerboat to explore the resort’s island easily. Accommodation comes in the form of spacious oceanfront villas, providing adventurous luxury in a way that scratches the spot like no other all-inclusive property in the Bahamas.

That’s right—you get all meals and beverages plus your own powerboat. There are water activities galore, from fishing to free water sports rentals like kayaks and SUPs. Snorkeling is a must, given the quiet coral reefs surrounding the private island. And if you want to navigate the island on land, don’t worry; you get a complimentary golf cart too.

Pros

Private island for the tropical Bahamas experience.
Amazing inclusions for meals and beverages, plus private boat and golf cart transportation options.
Spacious villas, not just rooms.

Cons

It has a higher price tag than other all-inclusive resorts in Bahamas.
Remote with less urban sightseeing.
Limited food options since you are dining on an island and rely on its restaurants.

9. The Reef at Atlantis

Are you ready for another Atlantis property? The Reef at Atlantis is a luxury 5-star property on Atlantis Paradise Island. The Reef offers studios and suites, all of which boast a beautiful view—ocean, garden, or pool. The interior is lavish, and the luxury slant is evident.

Best of all, you get access to the stunning Atlantis facilities, including over 21 restaurants and 19 bars and lounges. The Reef at Atlantis offers unlimited food and drink in its all-inclusive deal. You can also access a theater, casino, and gym with complimentary classes. Don’t even get us started on the 11 swimming pools, which are like a large waterpark.

Pros

Amazing facilities.
Meals and drinks are included in the booking price.
The convenient Nassau location is ideal for sightseeing and booking tours.

Cons

It’s a major property with a busy atmosphere.
Shared facilities with other resorts, so it can be crowded.
Nassau isn’t for everyone.

10. British Colonial Nassau

British Colonial Nassau is a sophisticated property in more of a hotel style than other all-inclusive resorts in Bahamas. It overlooks Nassau Harbor on the mainland, with easy access to attractions like the Queen’s Staircase, Junkanoo Beach, and Parliament Square in Downtown Nassau. You can take day trips to remote beaches. Still, for the most part, it’s a great choice if you want a predominantly urban sightseeing Bahamas vacation with all the comforts of town and city access.

The property itself has all the comfort you need on a partially all-inclusive trip, with colonial-style rooms that can be upgraded to suites or harbor views. Select rooms grant you access to British Colonial Nassau’s inclusive packages, which include breakfast, snacks, and beverages. You can access three restaurants, a gym, a private beach, and complimentary activities like snorkeling and sailing. Consider British Colonial Nassau the midway step: part inclusive with more of a hotel atmosphere.

Pros

A hotel-style atmosphere may be preferable.
Convenient mainland Nassau location.
Good facilities with a part-inclusive package.

Cons

Some may not want to stay in Nassau.
The inclusions aren’t as good as other resorts in Bahamas.
It is a 3-star property, which isn’t for everyone.

12. The Cove at Atlantis

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The Cove at Atlantis is one of the stunning 5-star all-inclusive resorts in Bahamas. The glamorous, turreted skyscraper is palatial-like and features spacious luxury suites, an adults-only pool area, and a private beach. The Cove at Atlantis is the perfect compromise between a family-friendly and adults-only property, with essentially designated quiet areas. It would suit families seeking luxury with older children or couples wanting a romantic escape.

This Bahamas all-inclusive property offers impressive inclusions, including unlimited dining at 21 restaurants and beverages at over 19 bars and lounges. Guests also get spectacular facility access, including 11 pools and 141 acres of water park entertainment.

Pros

Separate adults-only areas.
Great inclusion package.
Lots of facilities give it a lively atmosphere and plenty of on-site entertainment.

Cons

Some people may find Nassau too built up and want a more remote setting.
Some people may want an adults-only or family-friendly property – not a mixture of both.
A few guests have reported small areas in need of refurbishment and maintenance.

13. Breezes Resort Bahamas

Breezes Resort Bahamas is a comfortable 3-star resort right on the sands of Cable Beach on the capital island of Nassau. Everything about this property oozes convenience and budget-friendly comfort. You can literally step out of the hotel doors and straight onto the beach’s white sands – what more could you want from a stay in the Bahamas? Prices are comparably much cheaper at Breezes Resort Bahamas than other Bahamas all-inclusive resorts. You get good facility access and some handy inclusions.

Guests at Breezes Resort Bahamas get unlimited food and drink as part of their upfront booking fee. There are also extra activities like snorkeling, tennis, and even rock climbing. If you want an all-inclusive experience without the hefty price tag, Breezes Resort Bahamas is perfect.

Pros

Comparably cheaper than other resorts in the Bahamas.
Well-located in central Nassau.
Plenty of activities and a generous all-inclusive meal package.

Cons

Not everyone will want to stay in Nassau.
The grounds are small compared to other resorts.
A 3-star experience isn’t for everyone.

What You Need To Know About All-Inclusive Resorts in the Bahamas

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The best all-inclusive resorts in the Bahamas have great facilities and a ‘wow factor’ location. These top Bahamas all-inclusive resorts are great options for a relaxing holiday. They all offer impressive, inclusive vacation packages and facilities like a swim-up bar and lazy river. Before you rush off, though, check out these FAQs.

Do The Bahamas offer all-inclusive?

Yes, the Bahamas offers lots of all-inclusive resorts. You can find great all-inclusive packages, including meals, drinks, activities, and facility access to things like spas and outdoor pools.

Should you do all-inclusive in Bahamas?

Going all-inclusive in the Bahamas is a great way to stretch that luxury further. It means you can relax more, not worry about organizing meals, and solely focus on beach time and island activities. Furthermore, you get extra bonuses like free activities and sometimes extras like included cocktails.

What does all-inclusive mean in The Bahamas?

All-inclusive in the Bahamas means that your hotel includes some extra services or part of your experience in your initial booking fee. This could be part-inclusive, for instance, including a certain number of daily meals. Or entirely inclusive, including all meals, drinks, and activities.

How much does a 7-day trip to the Bahamas cost?

On average, we’d budget around $5,500 for a 7-day trip to the Bahamas all-inclusive. This allows for flight price, all-inclusive accommodation, and a bit extra for spending.

Why We Love the Bahamas

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All-inclusive resorts are the best way to experience the Bahamas, adding even more luxury and tranquility to tropical island life. The Bahamas has some of the most amazing all-inclusive resorts, and now, you’ll have a list of a few contenders for your upcoming trip.

If you want more inspiration on the best all-inclusive resorts, check out our guides on the best all inclusive resorts in Hawaii, Mexico, and in beautiful Bora Bora. We love all-inclusive resorts and can’t wait to share all the best spots with you.

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