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Marisule, St. Lucia

All-inclusive offerings on the tropical paradise of St. Lucia run the gamut from modest to adults-only to classic Sandals, but the best of them is a newcomer that opened in winter of 2008. With a mere 26 guest suites on the property, this boutique hotel remains an insider's secret: the sense of happy discovery is almost palpable among the guests. Though it doesn't market itself as such, this...

Newcastle, St. Kitts and Nevis

Set in the former ancestral home of Fanny Nisbet (widowed early, she went on to wed famed English seafarer Lord Admiral Nelson), this plantation inn is a landmark that's managed to adapt very well to the modern age. It's the only beachfront historic inn on Nevis, as most of the plantation homes that would later turn to plantation inns were built up in the mountains, long before the days of...

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

This adults-only property is the epitome of the "new" Dominican Republic—it's a secluded and self-contained haven set on a private beach, in a luxury resort area that didn't even exist ten years ago. With property here going for much less than it does in longtime luxury destinations like Anguilla or St. Lucia, the DR is known as a place where you can enjoy a slice of luxury for less. And...

Providenciales, Turks and Caicos

Families who like to stay active on their all-inclusive beach vacation should look no further than Beaches Turks & Caicos. This is a tropical, oceanfront property that easily caters to all age groups. Daily activity options for kids are almost dizzying, with choices including hitting the humongous water park, shooting hoops, making tie-dye shirts at the Kids Camps, learning to scuba dive, or...

Aruba, Aruba

When people talk about Manchebo Beach Resort, they tend toward words like "intimate" and "tranquil." Oh yeah, and "gorgeous." The first part is no surprise, given this two-story boutique resort has just 71 rooms. The second comes thanks to a nicely appointed property, but even more so, to its perch on the eye candy that is Eagle Beach.

Visually, the beach—Aruba's...

MARAPICA, Dominican Republic

Iberostar bills its 516-room beachfront Costa Dorada as the perfect vacation for anyone who loves watersports. And with its prime location on the Dominican Republic's northern coast, plus an ample offering of activities—from kayaking to snorkeling and diving—there's no question it delivers.

But there's also an appeal for anyone who appreciates having plenty of activity...

Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

For travelers who love a great deal and want an all-inclusive resort that's thrumming with activity, the 463-room Riu Mambo—on the beach in gorgeous Maimon Bay in Puerto Plata—may be the perfect solution. (Travelers, please note, however, that this resort closes for the season from June through October.)

The resort itself has two restaurants and two bars, two lagoon-style...

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

If you're looking for a bustling resort with nonstop activity, the 590-room Dominicana may be just the ticket. Located on the Dominican Republic's east coast at Playa Bavaro, the colorfully Caribbean Dominicana serves up its dizzying menu of activities against a gorgeous beachfront backdrop.

Since it's one of the resort's finer features, let's start with the beach, which is wide,...

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

If you thought you couldn't do luxe without breaking the $200-per-night mark, think again. The 658-room Majestic Colonial, which opened in 2005, has an undeniable wow factor, especially for hotels in this price range.

With its 400-meter lagoon-style pool, wide white-sand beach, and lush greenery, this resort has no problem pulling off the tropical paradise vibe outdoors. But inside,...

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