Travel Tips: How to Go All In on All-Inclusive Travel

June 5, 2019 Mark Dauner

If your idea of a perfect getaway involves relaxing by the beach with a drink in your hand, an all-inclusive vacation may be right for you. Here, we dive into what all-inclusive travel is and travel tips on how to plan your all-inclusive retreat.


What Does All-Inclusive Mean?

Generally speaking, all-inclusive travel means you pay one fee upfront that includes your lodging, drinks and food. These resorts provide luxurious amenities that often include multiple pools, spas and private beaches as well as onsite dining venues.

Your food and drinks — including alcoholic drinks — at these onsite venues are included in the fee you pay upfront to stay at the resort. All-inclusive travel can be a carefree, indulgent way to take a trip. Before you go, however, you should know that not all experiences, dining, drinking or otherwise, are free at an all-inclusive resort.


All-Inclusive Travel Tips

Fantastic experiences such as a chef’s dinner, specialty drinks or drink tastings and spa treatments often come at an additional charge. So, whether you decide to stick to just what’s included in your all-inclusive resort fee, or splurge on a few upgrades while you’re there, you’re sure to have an enjoyable trip.

All-inclusive resorts are not all alike. Two resorts can both sound fantastic yet not deliver the experience you are looking for. Working with an experienced travel advisor can help ensure you get the best resort in the ideal location to suit your travel wants and needs.  

Our advisors make sure you know exactly what’s included, what’s extra and what’s expected from your ideal all-inclusive vacation before you go.


6 Fabulous All-Inclusive Resorts

Since all-inclusive resorts can be family-friendly or adult-only, we break out a few excellent options in each category below.


Family-Friendly Resorts

Majestic Colonial Punta Cana – the beach is walking distance from this family-friendly all-inclusive property. It offers more than 650 suites set in a classic, romantic style with upscale features like jetted tubs and marble bathrooms.

Hyatt Ziva, Cancun – Hyatt has a sister property, also in Cancun for adults-only, the Hyatt Zilara, and both properties offer luxurious beachside resorts with multiple pools, amenities, activities, dining options and spacious suites.

St. James’ Club Morgan Bay, St. Lucia – with 22 acres to explore, there’s something at this all-inclusive resort for every member of your family to enjoy. Four pools, six restaurants, water sports and a decked out kids club are just a few of the highlights.


Adults-Only Resorts

The only thing these all-inclusive resorts are missing is the kids. Relax and unwind or let loose and go wild at these fantastic all-inclusive resorts.

Excellence Playa Mujeres, Cancun – with seven pools, 11 bars and nine dining options, you’re sure to find something tasty to eat and drink at this adults-only all-inclusive resort. There’s a full-service spa onsite along with archery, bike tours, beach volleyball and many other activities.

The Caves, Negril, Jamaica – perched upon the pristine cliffs of Jamaica, The Caves is a stunning all-inclusive resort that will make you feel like you’ve escaped to paradise. Sip rum in a private grotto bar, jump into the Caribbean Sea from jagged outcroppings or relax in your private cottage.

Komandoo Maldives Island Resort, Maldives – if you’ve been dreaming of taking an island retreat in a bungalow style resort, you’ll love this option. Situated on a private island, you’ll enjoy stepping outside your private hut for sushi-making, live music, dancing and powder-white sandy beaches.


Get Help Planning Your All-Inclusive Trip!

Have you been day-dreaming about a resort vacation? Stop dreaming and start doing! Our experienced travel advisors would love to help you plan the perfect getaway. Reach out to us today to start planning your trip!

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