Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Guadeloupe

Maximize your visit to Guadeloupe by staying in one of the archipelago’s great all-inclusive resorts. All you need to do is take it easy, and they’ll take care of the rest.

December 11, 2019
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Guadeloupe’s best all-inclusive resorts handle everything from food to activities so that you’re free to focus on this Caribbean gem’s incredible beaches. Shutterstock

Those looking to truly relax when planning a visit to Guadeloupe may find that an all-inclusive resort is the best way to go. The French archipelago is home to a host of accommodations ideal for a range of budgets and all tastes, and an all-inclusive package is certainly an easy way to get your money’s worth.

With many resorts serving up fresh, local cuisines and vibrant tropical cocktails, let your worries melt away as you take in the idyllic temperate climate, white sandy beaches, and azure waters. These are the best all-inclusive resorts in Guadeloupe.

Club Med La Caravelle

Tucked into the heart of the Caribbean on one of the finest beaches on Guadeloupe’s Grande-Terre island, Club Med La Caravelle all-inclusive resort is an ideal setting for a tropical getaway. Whether your priorities are relaxation or adventure, everything you could possibly need is right at your fingertips. Soak in the sun as the tranquil blue waves lap at your toes, experience local creole culture in the markets and shops of Point-A-Pitre, or treat yourself to ultimate relaxation with spa treatments at the Club Med wellness center.


Club Med La Caravelle is a perfect destination for both couples and families, with plenty of fun things to do for kids and teens of all ages. Adults traveling without children may opt to stay at the new Zen Oasis at Club Med Caravelle, an adult-exclusive beachfront space featuring a calm pool, adult-exclusive lodging, yoga huts and a quiet, kid-free beach, perfect for a serene getaway.

Hôtel Club Manganao

Situated between the Raisins Clairs Beach and Anse des Rochers, the Manganao Club Hôtel boasts spectacular views overlooking the Caribbean Sea while providing direct access to a protected white sand beach. In addition to the natural wonders found on and around the resort, the Manganao features an approximately 540,000 square foot tropical water park with a stunning 265,000-gallon swimming pool that’s great for both kids and adults alike.

Just a few steps away from the pool and beach, guests will find the O’nao restaurant and bar, which serves up tasty cocktails and local cuisine for when you need to take a break from the sun. For those looking to do some exploring, the activity desk can help you choose from selection of different excursions on and around Grande-Terre, which conveniently depart right from the hotel. For those looking to truly unwind, the onsite Paradise Spa Institute offers a variety of services such as massages and skin treatments.


Hôtel Fleur d’Epée

Find yourself a little slice of paradise on the edge of a white sandy beach shaded by coconut trees at Hôtel Fleur d’Epée on the southwestern coast of Grande-Terre, where everything has been designed exclusively for your well-being. Guests can enjoy buffets of fresh seafood and local creole cuisine at the hotel’s onsite restaurant, and sip on exotic cocktails and rum punches at the Le Touloulou Bar. In the evening, the bar comes to life with musicians who will introduce you to the sounds of West India.

The Fleur d’Epee Hotel’s all-inclusive package makes an ideal destination for family holidays, group friend getaways, and even business trips. In addition to meals and open bar, the hotel’s activities team has a number of fun sports and activities perfect for both large and smaller sized groups alike.

Pierre & Vacances Village Club Sainte-Anne

For an affordable all-inclusive Guadeloupe getaway, the Village Club Sainte-Anne has a little something for everyone. Located on the tip of Le Helleux, you’ll enjoy your stay in quaint creole-style apartments in the resort village surrounded by a tranquil, cerulean sea and bordered by two white sandy beaches dotted with coconut palms. Many units come with fully equipped kitchens, so you can cook a nice meal while admiring the gorgeous views of the sea and gardens.


Those who choose the all-inclusive package have full access to the onsite bars and restaurants serving up fresh Caribbean fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A number of water activities await, such as jet skiing, kayaking, fly-boarding, and kite surfing. Guests can also relax by the beach or one of two pools—or splash around in the water park located in the center of the village. There’s even a children’s clubs for kids and teens aged three to 17 years, so parents can do their own thing without having to worry about the little ones.

Langley Resort Hotel Fort Royal

Life is about as perfect as it can get when you’re staying at the Langley Resort Hotel Fort Royal. On the northernmost tip of Basse-Terre, this rare gem sits among the most natural and exotic surroundings in Guadeloupe, with breathtaking sunsets and miles of pristine beaches. Guests will keep busy with countless land and sea activities the resort has to offer, such as scuba diving, day excursions, sailing, yoga, tennis, and live entertainment.

At the end of the day, wind down with dinner and cocktails right on the beach. The Langley’s onsite Le Royal restaurant offers modern cuisine with a fusion of creole and international flavors with magnificent views overlooking the Caribbean Sea. By using locally sourced ingredients to reduce its carbon footprint, the Le Royal is able to showcase all the amazing regional flavors Guadeloupe has to offer.


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