5 all-inclusive in the Caribbean for those who want to get off the beaten track

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You have made the tour of the popular destinations of the Caribbean are Cuba, the dominican Republic, Mexico and Jamaica? Why don’t you turn to new destinations, while less popular, but equally, if not more, exotic?

Here are five all-inclusive hotels off the beaten track.

1. Riu Palace Antillas, Aruba

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Located off the coast of Venezuela, Aruba is a small Dutch island surrounded by calm, clear water, conducive to relaxation. Unlike other islands in the lesser Antilles, such as Guadeloupe, St. Lucia or Antigua, Aruba is almost as flat as the netherlands, with a highest point at 188 meters only.

Located in Palm Beach, the Riu Palace Antillas is a complex, sophisticated, five-star, adults-only. Bathing in a turquoise water and snorkeling or bottle are in the program!

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2. St. James’s Club and Villas, Antigua

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Small Caribbean countries member of the Commonwealth, Antigua has 365 beaches, one for every day of the year! The island with the steep terrain is linked to the year by a direct flight operated by Sunwing from Montreal.

The tour company offers several all-inclusive packages, including the St. James’s Club and Villas, located on a private peninsula of 100 acres, which flows into the sea. The property’s 247 guestrooms, suites and villas, available in six categories, has two beaches, one overlooking the Atlantic ocean, the other on the quiet bay of Mamora.

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3. Starfish St. Lucia, Saint Lucia

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Yes, St. Lucia has a reputation that sticks to the skin, being a luxury destination… And yet, it is possible to find all-inclusive resorts for less than $ 2000 per person per week on this island known for its famous volcanic peaks, classified as world heritage by UNESCO.

The Starfish St.Lucia (formerly Butterfly Sainte-Lucie) is a perfect example. Located at the edge of the beautiful bay Rodney, north of the island, this four-star resort has 140 rooms, four restaurants, two bars, a swimming pool and a beautiful beach. Why deprive yourself?

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4. Club Med La Caravelle, Guadeloupe

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With new direct flights and low prices of Norwegian, between Montréal and Pointe-à-Pitre, it would be a shame not to explore the beautiful islands of Guadeloupe. The destination of French is not a destination of all-inclusive, strictly speaking, the latter is counting on the fingers of one hand!

However, Club Med is installed in the 70s, with the Club Med La Caravelle. The complex will also be renovated to the tune of $ 40 million in the summer of 2019, with a rejuvenation of all rooms, and the creation of an area reserved for adults.

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5. Media Luna Resort & Spa, Roatán, Honduras

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Roatán, a nature island off the coast of Honduras, attracted lovers of diving and tranquility. The spots of snorkeling abound. The Media Luna Resort & Spa (four-star), located 45 minutes from the airport of the island, guests can observe the fauna and underwater flora are exceptional, from the small beach of the hotel. Attention, it is best to bring water shoes because the funds are rocky.

The all-inclusive a hundred rooms has a lush vegetation and a tranquility second to none. Also, only the lobby offers free wi-fi throughout the complex. Disconnection is ensured.

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