NEW YORK, Aug. 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Labor day is a few weeks away and choosing where to go for a relaxing break from life has just become less laboring. More than 54 million verified guest reviews on Booking.com reveal the top Caribbean all-inclusive resorts travelers should consider for a carefree Labor Day holiday.
Each of the following all-inclusive resorts offer luxurious spa treatments, delectable cuisine options and awe-inspiring tropical beaches on which to relax and bask in the sunshine. From swim up rooms, ocean view balconies and on-demand concierge services, to local eco-adventures and on-site ice cream parlors, there are no better paradise escapes to help you unwind.
Montego Bay, Jamaica
Set on one of the Caribbean's most pristine beaches at the foot of some of Jamaica's most luscious and picturesque mountains, Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall offers some of the most stunning views imaginable. Booking.com guests love this paradise resort for its tranquil setting, genuine and exemplary service, and gourmet cuisine offerings at the eight onsite restaurants.
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Located on a dazzling stretch of Caribbean coastline, Zoetry Agua Punta Cana boasts an indulgent experience set amidst an exquisite property rife with a beautiful natural contemporary design. Booking.com guests most enjoy pampering themselves with soothing, revitalizing treatments performed by the spa's attentive and expertly trained therapists.
Christ Church, Barbados
Relax poolside among the palm and coconut trees within the lush tropical gardens of Sea Breeze Beach Hotel, or enjoy plunging your toes into the sand on one of the resort's two charming beaches. The staff's gracious hospitality and attentiveness, and magnificent ocean views from the resort's three onsite restaurants were very memorable among Booking.com guests.
Antigua & Barbuda
Located on 10 gorgeous acres and overlooking Freyes Bay, Cocobay Resort features airy cottages with private balconies and spectacular views. Snorkeling, kayaking and sailing are just some of the many activities available to guests on the resort's private beach. Booking.com guests have most enjoyed the tranquillity and comfort the resort offers.
Saint Vincent & Grenadines
Situated on a sandy private beach in Kingstown and surrounded by mountains, Buccament Bay Resort features stylish and contemporary villas with private plunge pools. The resort also boasts onsite boutique shops, a soccer and tennis school, an infinity pool and a full-service spa. Booking.com guests have raved about the exceptional facilities and surreal ocean views.
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