Welcome to US Virgin Islands
Between the three main islands and several smaller landmasses, deciding what to do and see in the US Virgin Islands can be overwhelming. Discover the top four resorts offering all-inclusive packages so you can skip the stress of planning and shift into cruise control. Here is our guide to the best U.S. Virgin Islands all inclusive resorts.
Map of U.S. Virgin Islands
1. Bolongo Bay Beach Resort, St. Thomas
In 1989, Bolongo Bay became the first ever resort to offer an all-inclusive package in the US Virgin Islands. Cradled by the coastline in the capital city of Charlotte Amalie, this family owned and managed facility is famous for its 25 premium beachfront rooms opening directly onto a 1,000 ft expanse of glittering white sands. All accommodations are outfitted with charming tropical decor, WiFi, cable, air conditioning, and refrigerators. The two poolside restaurants offer a la carte island fare, as well as a vegan and vegetarian menu. Unlimited drinks are available for all-inclusive guests, including island-inspired cocktails, premium liquor, house wines, and champagne by the glass. Beachside activities include hammock lounging, shipwreck snorkeling, paddle boarding, windsurfing, kayaking, sailing, and diving. Poolside activities include mingling at the swim-up bar, bingo, and live entertainment. Bolongo Bay also offers a unique island hopping experience to both St. John and Water Island aboard the resort’s 53 ft catamaran known as Heavenly Days. For guests staying five nights or more, Bolongo Bay offers a complimentary Sunset Harbor Cocktail Cruise as a token of their gratitude. With their unmatched Caribbean hospitality, unique on-site activities, and prime location, Bolongo Bay is the perfect tropical getaway for travelers seeking a unique resort experience with the convenience of an all-inclusive package.