Bahamas All-Inclusive Resorts

The Bahamas have only a handful of all-inclusive resorts, but the selection is excellent. Both the SuperClubs and Sandals chains operate Bahamas all-inclusives, Riu Resorts has an all-inclusive on Paradise Island, and Club Med adds its unique flair to an all-inclusive in the Out Islands. Wherever you want to go on your Bahamas vacation, these all-inclusive resorts and hotels have got you covered. 

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Sandals Emerald Bay

Sandals Emerald Bay Resort, Bahamas
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Address
Queens Highway, Great Exuma, The Bahamas
Phone
+1 242-336-6800

Located in the Exumas -- part of the Out Islands of the Bahamas -- the former Four Seasons Great Exuma has become an all-inclusive member of the Sandals resort family but retained a high level of amenities, including butler service. With a mile-long beach and 500 acres of tropical property in a secluded enclave, it's a good thing most amenities are included, because you may never want to leave. 

06 of 07

Breezes Bahamas

Address
Breezes Lane, Nassau, The Bahamas
Phone
+1 242-327-5356

SuperClubs' only Bahamas all-inclusive resort is located on famous Cable Beach in Nassau; it has 400 rooms and suites in an eight-story tower and a separate four-story wing. Dining choices are somewhat limited: a buffet-style restaurant, pasta bar, and the more upscale Garden of Eden, along with a poolside grill. Amenities include watersports, tennis, a fitness center, and a rock-climbing wall. Downtown Nassau is just five minutes away, and you can also walk to Cable Beach's casino.

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Club Med Columbus Isle

Club Med Columbus Isle
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Address
The Bahamas
Phone
+1 242-331-2000

Club Med packs a lot into its all-inclusive resort on tiny Columbus Isle, including three restaurants, a tennis center, gym, spa, and one-floor, bungalow-style rooms with either ocean or garden views, all featuring a comfortable, colonial-style decor with a Caribbean twist. Excursions are available at extra cost. Also for an additional cost, check out over 20 diving spots and excursions. 

04 of 07

Hotel Riu Palace Paradise Island

Address
6307 Casino Drive, Paradise Island, The Bahamas
Phone
+1 242-363-3500

This 379-room high-rise, all-inclusive hotel is located next to the Atlantis resort on Paradise Island. Highlights include the Tengoku Japanese restaurant, Sir Alexander gourmet dining room, tennis and gym, and live entertainment daily.

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Grand Lucayan Resort, Grand Bahama Island

Our Lucaya, Grand Bahamas
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Address
1 Sea Horse Road Freeport, Grand Bahama, The Bahamas
Phone
+1 242-373-1333

Not only is Our Lucaya one of the most complete resorts in the region, it's also close to the U.S., reasonably priced, and offers a degree of familiarity and reliability thanks to its participation in the Starwood family of resorts. The Radisson offers an all-inclusive package.

02 of 07

Sandals Royal Bahamian

Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort, Bahamas
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Address
Sandals Royal Bahamian Balmoral Tower, W Bay St, Nassau, The Bahamas
Phone
+1 242-327-6400

Upscale, all-inclusive resort is located in easily accessible Nassau but also boasts its own private island for the proper measure of exclusivity. All-inclusive rates cover dining in eight gourmet restaurants with cuisine from around the world. Stay in a beachfront villa or the secluded Royal Village -- a total of 13 types of accommodations are available.

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Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach Resort

Address
Churchill Dr, Freeport, The Bahamas
Phone
+1 242-373-4000

The 276-room Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach claims to be the only completely all-inclusive resort on Grand Bahama Island. Located about 13 miles from Freeport International Airport, the 26-acre property is dotted with date palms, birds of paradise flowers and hibiscus, and set on a 1,200-foot secluded beach. All manner of activities are included, including trapeze lessons and enrollment in the Viva Wyndham’s Kids’ Retreat. The resort features three restaurants and three bars.

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