There are three all-inclusive resorts in St. Vincent and the Grenadines -- two exquisite, high-end private island retreats that offer the ultimate in luxury and privacy, and the relatively new, posh Buccament Bay resort, opened in 2011.
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With just 22 acres on a 113-acre island, Petit St. Vincent Resort can guarantee guests the kind of privacy and solitude that many people crave when they think of a romantic Caribbean vacation. Cottages have no keys, TVs, or telephones, but all have private sundecks that open onto the ocean. Inclusive activities include a wide variety of water sports (including snorkeling), hiking, and tennis; spa services, yoga classes, yacht excursions and deep-sea fishing also are available. Inclusive rates also include three meals daily, plus morning coffee and afternoon tea.
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Palm Island has been named one of the best resorts in the world. This private-island retreat has just 37 rooms, and the high-end all-inclusive package features three meals, all drinks, non-motorized water sports, tennis, and other low-key activities.
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This high-end all-inclusive resort, opened in 2011, mixes British style and Caribbean charm in a laid back atmosphere on the island of St. Vincent, capital of the Grenadines. Still growing, the hotel offers a nice selection of private villas and dining options that include a sushi bar and Indian restaurant. Standout activities include singing and dancing lessons courtesy of performers from London's West End and a Pat Cash tennis academy.