Halal Resorts Caribbean
By Crescent Rating, Caribbean Region is 112 rated among most Muslim-friendly countries.
How many mosques are there in Caribbean?
Today, Muslims are found in almost every island of the 40+ islands that make up the Caribbean. There is an estimated population of a half a million Muslims in the region and some 400 to 500 mosques.
Like other tourists, Muslim travelers coming from Islamic countries have particular requirements when they choose the destination for their vacation. Among these requirements, Muslims are concerned about the availability of halal compliant foods (no pork or alcohol in food) and a clean place to pray.
Many international hotels in Caribbean do serve halal food that is slaughtered in accordance with the teachings of Islamic Sharia and is free of any substances forbidden by Islam such as pork and alcohol.
Other Islamic countries such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Oman and Brunei continue to be popular with Muslim tourists. Among non-OIC countries, Singapore, Thailand, the UK, Japan and Taiwan remain the top five respectively, but show improved scores on the index.
Where to Find Halal Food in Caribbean?
Best Day Tours in Caribbean for Muslim Travelers
The Caribbean is a region of the Americas that comprises the Caribbean Sea, its surrounding coasts, and its islands. The region lies southeast of the Gulf of Mexico and of the North American mainland, east of Central America, and north of South America.
- Island Ultimate Jeep Safari
- Captain Bob Most Popular Speed Boat, Snorkeling and Beach Tour with Lunch
- Natural Pool, Cliff Jumping & North Coast explorer by UTV
- Full-Day Santo Domingo City Tour from Punta Cana
- El Yunque Rainforest Half-Day Trip from San Juan
1. The Crane Resort 5* – Halal Resorts Caribbean
Located on famous Crane Beach and overlooking the ocean, this Caribbean resort hotel offers 5 restaurants and lighted swimming pools. It is a 15-minute drive from Grantley Adams International Airport.
Each 19th-century-style room at The Crane Residential Resort includes vaulted ceilings and a 4 poster king sized bed. They are equipped with cable TV and free Wi-Fi. The marble bathroom is furnished with a whirlpool tub.
A shopping complex with clothing and jewelry stores are part of this Barbados resort. Guests can work out on the cardio machines in the gym which boasts views of the beautiful cascading pool.
Set on Crane Beach along the Atlantic coast, this upscale resort is 12 km from Barbados Golf Club.
Featuring 4-poster beds, the stately rooms include free Wi-Fi, minifridges, and furnished balconies or patios. Upgraded rooms provide kitchenettes, while suites add separate living areas with sofa beds.
The 1- to 3-bedroom apartments include full kitchens, as well as dining areas and washer/dryers. Some offer private plunge pools and/or ocean views. Upgraded apartments have roof terraces, hot tubs and/or BBQs. Room service is available.
Amenities consist of 5 restaurants, a cafe and a bar, plus 5 outdoor pools, a spa and a fitness center.
Our room had an amazing ocean view. We thought the room was going to have a plunge pool based on the booking process, but we actually ended up with a rooftop hot tub instead which we ended up really enjoying in the evenings. We had relaxing breakfasts every morning at L’Azore restaurant, overlooking Crane Beach. Although we were disappointed that the beach was covered in seaweed, the resort provided a free shuttle to beautiful Carlisle Bay.
Plus, the resort had numerous pools to enjoy as well. We decided to extend our stay a few days because we just couldn’t get enough of all the resort and island had to offer.
It´s one of the most beutiful resorts on the island. It has a perfect view on the Atlantic Ocean. In this resort you will feel isolated from the rest of the world, but if you want to discover the island, the concierge can assist you.
“The Village” inside the resort itself worth to spend some days. You can fell in love with it´s picturesque buildings and good restaurants. The pool area will definitely entertain you.
The Crane also offers a direct access via an elevator (and stairs) to the Crane Beach which is one of the best on the island considering the cliffs and the view. For swimming it is not ideal though due to the swells.
How much does a room costs at The Crane Resort?
Prices start 394$/night for Junior King Suite with Garden View. The One-Bedroom King Suite with Private Pool is 814$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
This 1-bedroom suite features a master bedroom with cable TV and a writing desk; a private bathroom with spacious wardrobe, a large dressing area, hot tub, separate toilet room, spa shower; large living room with sofa and sofa bed, cable TV and DVD, and large dining table; fully equipped kitchen with fridge freezer, oven, stove, microwave, dishwasher and washer dryer; guest bathroom with vanity, toilet and shower; a large furnished balcony and ocean view, along with a private plunge pool.
Where to book online – The Crane Resort- Halal Resorts Caribbean – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Caribbean during Día de los Muertos which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Caribbean on Booking.com or Hotels.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa 5* – All Inclusive Halal Resorts in Caribbean
Among acres of tropical gardens and jungle, Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa is located just minutes’ from the ancient Mayan ruins and the trendy and bohemian town of Tulum. Dreams Tulum is a AAA Four Diamond award-winning resort, with all the benefits of Unlimited-Luxury® – where everything is included.
Dreams Tulum’s magnificent Mexican colonial architecture blends tastefully with an upscale contemporary design where every room offers a private and furnished terrace or balcony, marble bathroom, daily refreshed mini-bar and 24-hour room service.
Set on 44 acres of lush beachfront grounds, this all-inclusive luxury resort is 12 km from Tulum and 14 km from the underwater caverns of Sistema Dos Ojos.
Modern, airy rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus balconies or terraces with hammocks. Upgraded rooms have ocean views, and suites add separate living rooms, swim-out pool access and/or whirlpool tubs. Some rooms are adults-only. Room service is available.
Meals, drinks and parking are free. The hotel has 9 restaurants and 7 bars, including a swim-up bar. There’s an expansive outdoor pool network and a spa, plus a supervised kids’ club, and live entertainment.
Hidden among acres of tropical gardens and jungle along a sugary white sand beach, Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa is located just minutes from the ancient Mayan ruins and the trendy and bohemian town of Tulum.
Dreams Tulum’s magnificent Mexican colonial architecture blends tastefully with upscale contemporary design. All 432 guest rooms and suites offer a private and furnished terrace or balcony, marble bathrooms, daily refreshed mini-bar and room service.
Dreams Tulum also offers a secluded adults-only section with quiet and romantic suites. Swim out suites are also available for direct access to a pool.
The green areas are very nice, you can see lovely iguanas all over the place and exotic wild birds, the beach is just perfect, warm sea water and lots of little coloured fish to toddler’s and granny’s reach.
For snorkelling you have to swim to the coral reef (>100mts) or take a guided snorkelling tour.
The GYM is well equipped and just a stone throw away from the Explorer’s Club (Kids club).
The explorer’s club is very nice, better than most kids clubs in other resorts, they have a lovely climbing frame, a fountain play area, screen.
The shows at night are really good, is not poorly trained hotel staff.
They have showbiz professionals (musicians, tenors, dancers, acrobats), and there is always food around, you can pay extra for preferential seats (wine dinner and show).
The Explorers club is great they have a wide range of activities, they also care about little ones, mine was reluctant to join so they gave some extra special attention to her to make her welcome. They have some basic training in first aid.
The variety of food is great, better than most resorts, they have 6 restaurants: French, Italian, Japanese, Mexican, World Food, and Café. (Baby chairs all around)
I only visited the Japanese (interesting Mexican-Japanese fusion) and enjoyed the Teriyaki presentation, the chef had all laughing -young and old- with the catch the carrot trick.
The World Food restaurant is perfect for quick eat (self-service buffet) they have a good variety. The Mexican Restaurant a la carte really nice view next to the pool and beach lovely food, and the café serves great cakes.
KOSHER and HALAL food is available however is important that guest request it prior to arrival.
How much does a room costs at Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa?
Prices start 511$/night for Deluxe Garden View Double. The Preferred Club Hacienda Suite Double is 1021$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
In addition to all of the above amenities this Hacienda Suite, hardwood floors and contemporary décor, a king bed or double bed, bathroom with shower and hydrotube, private concierge service and partial ocean view.
These suites are ideally above the Coco Café and the Preferred Club, next to the main plaza and restaurant area.
Where to book online – Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa- All Inclusive Halal Resorts in Caribbean – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Caribbean during Día de los Muertos which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Caribbean on Booking.com or Trip.com or Expedia.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Resort Moon Palace Cancun – All Inclusive 5* – Halal Resorts Caribbean
Moon Palace Cancun – All Inclusive is set in Cancun, steps from the beach and rooms include a 2-person spa bath. It features a full-service spa and a 27-hole golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus.
Every room includes a flat-screen satellite TV. All rooms offer a minibar, a liquor dispenser and a private balcony.
Moon Palace Cancun – All Inclusive boasts 2 lagoon-style outdoor pools. It also features two state-of-the-art gyms and a children’s pool. Guests also enjoy a wave simulator. Beauty treatments and a spa are on-site.
This all-inclusive golf and spa resort is 1 km from the beach, 12 km from Wet’n Wild Cancun and 17 km from the Croco Cun Zoo.
Featuring ocean, resort or golf course views, the contemporary rooms and suites come with free Wi-Fi, smart TVs and minibars, as well as balconies and whirlpool baths. Room service is available 24/7.
Meals are provided in a la carte and buffet-style restaurants serving international cuisine. There’s also a bar, a nightclub and a teen lounge, plus a spa and a golf course. Other amenities include 7 pools, a surfing simulator, live entertainment and a playground.
Room – I stayed in the Mango building. The room was clean and great. It came with a full stocked mini-fridge, which they always restock. Eventhough, the room doesn’t usually have a microwave, I asked public relations for one and got it almost immediately. The ladies cleaning the room always did a great job. Room service were always happy to bring up anything I ordered at anytime. The room has a double jacuzzi, and a comfortable bed.
If you are vegetarian/have dietary requirement/ eat no dairy/ only halal meat etc please consider this as there is a lot of meat/dairy on the menus but lots of choice.
How much does a room costs at Moon Palace Cancun – All Inclusive?
One king-sized bed and living room with sofa bed. This sea-view suite has direct access to the terrace.
The room comes complete with a beach bag, appetisers, 24-hour room service, welcome bottle of wine and aromatherapy menu. There is a hot tub, Chi bathroom amenities and bathrobes in the bathroom.