As of 2015, the Caribbean island of St. Barts does not have any all-inclusive resorts, according to Expedia. Hotels on the island are mostly small and boutique-style, and the packages offered by the larger luxury hotels, Le Sereno and Le Guanahani, do not include all meals.
The website Destination360.com suggests customers use its booking tools to put together an all-inclusive deal with the island's many villas, cottages and rentals. Prices are cheaper in the low season from April to December.
Most visitors arrive on the island by flying to the neighboring island of St, Maarten and either catching a connecting flight to St. Barts, chartering a boat, or taking the ferry. St. Maarten has two all-inclusive resorts.