The rapidly-expanding Spanish-based Riu Hotels and Resorts chain has all inclusive resorts in Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Aruba, Mexico...
Sol Melia is another giant chain based in Spain with properties world-wide including all inclusive resorts in the Caribbean. Sample Caribbean resort: the Melia Caribe Tropical, on Bávaro Beach in the Punta Cana area of the DR, has suites for larger families, Flintstones theming, and kids programs for three age groups including a Baby Rock Club. On-property fun includes a trampoline and zip-line. Sign up for Royal Service for extra pampering.
The small chain of Viva all inclusive resorts (in Mexico, Grand Bahama Island, and the Dominican Republic) has partnered with Wyndham to create this brand. Rates are at a good price point, kids under 12 stay, play, and eat free, and the resorts have kids' programs and Viva Juniors Club for teens. Sample resort: Viva Wyndham Tangerine on the North Coast of the DR has kids club and a large free form pool, and is near Cabarete town and beautiful Cabarete Bay.
The giant Hyatt chain has properties worldwide including Caribbean resorts, and though not an all inclusive brand, deserves a mention for its Camp Hyatt kids club and for the Family Camps offered at some properties. Sample Caribbean resort: the Hyatt Regency Aruba has Camp Hyatt, family outings, and a three-level pool complex with waterslide.