Buccament Bay Resort – All Inclusive
What We Love
- Jetsetter 2015 Best of the Best Finalist: Best For Families
- The Jetsetter rate includes all meals in restaurants and snacks daily, unlimited premium brand alcoholic beverages, a weekly sunset cruise, a daily stocked minibar (including beer and soft drinks), nonmotorized water sports, group lessons at Pat Cash Tennis Academy and the Liverpool Football Academy, and a kids club
- With sports fields and a performing arts academy, the resort is great for families
What To Know
- Certain restaurant menu items and an upgraded wine list are available for a supplementary fee
- Not a place for night owls
- Four restaurants and one coffee shop to choose from
- Private sports and arts lessons aren’t included
- The parlor area in the One-Bedroom and Two-Bedroom Garden Villas don’t have AC
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Family-friendly all-inclusive on the beach with four restaurants, a lengthy activities list and splurge-worthy spa
The new Buccament Bay resort offers all-inclusive luxury at its best: After landing at the airport, a 30-minute transfer has guests wriggling their toes in the fine white sand in no time. A unique range of top class activities and facilities – many associated with famous brands – leave guests spoilt for choice, while a friendly staff and a pretty, village-style setting make relaxation easy.
Bed & Bath
Stylish furniture and amenities like flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, iPod docking stations, and espresso machines make the 70 villas here feel decidedly modern. Decks with a private plunge pools and water or garden views add to the appeal, while a two-bedroom room option (spacious at 1,500 square feet) works well for families.
Five dining options offer plenty of choices for the all-inclusive price. The casual Bay Beach Club’s bartender mixes a mean lychee martini, while the barefoot-chic Bamboo restaurant serves traditional Caribbean breakfast by the beach. Jack’s serves up local seafood and steak, while Safran dishes out Indian-inspired cuisine. Burn off the calories with a wide range of water sports and activities — above and below the surface. The waters surrounding the island are warm enough to host all kinds of tropical fish and other wildlife. See it all with on-site Indigo Dive, one of the most reputable diving companies in the Lesser Antilles. Nonmotorized water sports, like snorkeling, are included the rate, as is the kids club. In fact, the resort is a best bet for families, with two swimming pools, a game room, a sports academy hosting soccer and football, and a performing arts academy (which operates seasonally).
In the Area
St. Vincent’s natural beauty is a big draw, and it’s well worth saving a day to get out and explore the island. Hop aboard a guided catamaran tour to spot dolphin pods that surround the island year-round—you might see spinner, spotted, frazer or bottlenose. Take a tour to the astonishing Falls of Baleine and cool off in the fresh pool, which is fed by a 60-foot waterfall or take a tour along a rain forest trail. A particularly pretty hike is the four-hour trail to Soufriere an active 4,000-foot volcano. Continue the theme while unwinding at with a volcanic stone massage al fresco in the resort’s Thai pavilion, which uses Espa products.