(PRWEB) February 28, 2012
The Buccament Bay Resort, located in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, has earned the distinction of being the most expensive all-inclusive resort in the Caribbean. That is the key finding of a recent survey compiled by Allinclusiveresorts.net. The survey compared the rates of various luxury hotels and resorts offering an all-inclusive package. The high season of February and March 2012 served as the basis for the price comparison.
To secure a double room at the Buccament Bay Resort during this prime timeframe, travelers will have to spend a minimum of $1,482 per day, according to the survey. Coming in second on the list of most costly all-inclusive Caribbean resorts is the Hermitage Bay in Antigua and Barbuda. There, average rooms are going for about $250 less, or $1,237. Rounding out the top three is the Body Holiday in Saint Lucia at an average price tag of $1,162 per nightly stay.
When the results were tabulated, the Zoëtry Paraiso proved to be the Mexican Caribbean’s most expensive all-inclusive resort. Located along the Riviera Maya, this accommodation has an average nightly rate of $791 for the cheapest available double room. At this price, it rounds out the Top 10 ranking, taking the final spot.
The following table shows the ten most expensive all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean, according to the survey. It also lists each resort’s cheapest available per-night rate for a double room during the high season.
1. Buccament Bay Resort (St. Vincent and the Grenadines) $1,482
2. Hermitage Bay (Antigua and Barbuda) $1,237
3. The Body Holiday (St. Lucia) $1,162
4. The Jalousie Plantation (St. Lucia) $1,020
5. The Veranda Resort (Turks & Caicos Islands) $950
6. Palm Island Resort (St. Vincent and the Grenadines) $910
7. East Winds Inn (St. Lucia) $890
8. Sanctuary Cap Cana (Dominican Republic) $805
9. Spice Island Beach Resort (Grenada) $803
10. Zoëtry Paraiso (Mexico) $791
For more information about this survey, visit http://www.allinclusiveresorts.net/press/luxury-resorts-2012.html