Say Ahhh at These Ultimate All-Inclusive Resorts

It’s time for summer vacation, and who wants to stress about details when you’re on vacation? Not you! That’s why you head to an all-inclusive resort — for luxury and relaxation you don’t have to worry about.

Yahoo’s most searched all-inclusive resorts cover a range of possibilities, from family-focused spots to high-end adult getaways. All-inclusive resorts are no longer limited to mass-catered food. Find whatever suits your vacation plans. Just remember not to stress.

Rates are per person for this summer, unless noted. Save by booking early, looking for special deals, or being flexible with your dates.

10. Kurumba Maldives: A Remote Paradise


The first Maldives resort remains a beauty. (Courtesy: Kurumba Maldives)

Off the southwest coast of India, the Maldives are a picturesque nation of over 1,000 islands — though only 185 of those islands are inhabited. Tourists have only discovered this gem in the past few decades. Kurumba was the very first resort to open its doors there, in 1972. Get there with a quick 10-minute speedboat ride from the airport in Malé. Once you’re there, snorkel at the reef just steps away from your room, taste wine near the clear lagoon, take out a kayak, or enjoy food from one of the eight restaurants. Pick from a number of meal plans or upgrade to the all-inclusive package, starting around $115/adult.

Caters to: Couples, nature-lovers
Rates per room: Starting at $280/night, with add-ons and packages available

9. Sultan Gardens Egypt: Diamond in the Desert


The private beach on the Red Sea at the Sultan Gardens Resort (Photo: Sultan Gardens Resort/Facebook)

One of the most popular resorts in Egypt, Sultan Gardens is in the resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh on the Red Sea. The large grounds include 520 rooms and four pools, including an adults-only pool. Don’t worry, though, the kids won’t feel left out. There’s a Kids’ Club and activities for the young ones while the adults enjoy the nightly entertainment. The all-inclusive package includes standard meals, drinks, and ice cream snacks. But beware that most of the extras cost money — even extra ice cream during nonsnack hours. Plan on splurging for diving lessons, a spa treatment, or some of the tasty specialties at the steak house.

Caters to: Families
Rates per room: Starting at $80/night

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8. Galley Bay Resort Antigua: Lush Tropical Seclusion


Stressed-out adults can find relief at Galley Bay. (Courtesy: Galley Bay Resort Antigua)

If you’re looking to get away to a stunning West Indies island, then you can’t do much better than Antigua. The adults-only Galley Bay resort is nestled amid 40 acres of tropical garden on its own three-quarter-mile white sand beach. If the relaxing setting isn’t secluded enough for you, try one of the unique Gauguin cottages with their own private pools. The all-inclusive resort includes meals at the three award-winning restaurants and drinks at the three bars. But this is a place to relax and unplug, not party, so last call may come earlier than you expected. Just lounge and enjoy the bird sanctuary, pristine waters, and lush gardens.

Caters to: Adults looking to unplug
Rates per room: Starting at $600/night for two guest

7. Rixos Sharm el-Sheikh: Family Fun in the Sun


Activities abound for you and the kids in this resort town. (Courtesy: Rixos Sharm el-Sheikh)

There’s a reason the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh is so popular. The beach setting is perfect for kids, and the five-star Rixos resort is a luxury option for families on vacation. The 695-room resort has its own private beach and 11 pools, with nightly entertainment and daily activities for children. There are eight restaurants with a range of international cuisine. If you get tired of sunbathing or water sports, try a Turkish bath or massage at the spa.

Caters to: Families, couples
Rates per room: Starting at $350/night

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6. Ikos Oceania Greece: Idyllic on the Aegean


The pool at Ikos Oceania (Photo: Ikos Resorts)

The Greek coasts are known for their perfect beaches and blue waters. The view from Ikos Oceania is no exception. With the green landscape rolling right down to the sand and staff members known for their attention to detail, it’s no wonder the resort’s been voted the number one all-inclusive spot in Europe by TripAdvisor. Hand the kids off to beachside childcare or let the youngsters enjoy one of the tot or children’s pools while you jump on a bike or try your hand at windsurfing. After a picturesque day, dine at one of the four restaurants at the resort or participate in its unique “Dine Out” program, which sets up dinners at selected local restaurants.

Caters to: Families, couples
Rates per room: Starting around $450/night for two people, with minimum five-night stay during certain busy periods

5. Grand Bahia Principe Bavaro: A Water Park on the Water


Aerial view of Bahia Principe Bavaro (Photo: Bahia Principe Hoteles y Resorts/Facebook)

On the eastern edge of the Dominican Republic, Bahia Principe operates five resorts in Punta Cana, each catering to different clientele. The massive Grand Bahia Principe Bavaro is a place for kids and families, with a children’s water park and activities for the young ones throughout the day. They’ll also love an outing to swim with dolphins or drive ATVs through the forest. Of course, those trips will cost extra. Opt for the all-inclusive or the suite club exclusive package, which cover different amounts of meals, drinks, and amenities.

Caters to: Families
Rates per room: Starting at $87/night

4. Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun: Chic Elegance in Cancun


(Photo: Le Blanc Spa Resort/Facebook)

The Le Blanc Spa Resort is perfectly situated on a narrow isthmus outside Cancun, with water on both sides and nothing but modern, luxury amenities all around. The adults-only resort isn’t your typical Cancun party spot (though there are the occasional partiers). With an all-white decor, the focus is on high-end excellence. If you get tired of the swim-up bars or 24-hour room service, try the chic Lumiere restaurant. For an extra fee, spend your day at the spa or hit some balls at the Jack Nicklaus signature course at the nearby Moon Spa and Golf Club.

Caters to: Adults

Rates per room: Starting at $520/night

3. Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancun: Romantic Luxury


(Photo: Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancun/Facebook)

The all-inclusive package (called Unlimited Luxury) at Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancun is truly luxurious and all-inclusive. Unlimited meals and drinks at the nine onsite restaurants, complimentary greens fees at the Grand Coral Golf Course, and nonmotorized water sports are part of the package. Each of the rooms also has a Jacuzzi and patio or balcony. Pay extra for a Swedish massage or seaweed body wrap. The adults-only romantic resort is a perfect secluded getaway for a weekend or for a longer couples trip.

Caters to: Adults
Rates per room: Starting at $600/night

2. Iberostar Grand Hotel Paraíso Five-Star Hospitality


One of the three pools at this posh property. (Courtesy: Iberostar Grand Hotel Paraíso)

If you’re looking for true luxury and an adults-only experience, then the Iberostar Grand Hotel Paraíso is for you. Northwest of Playa del Carmen, Mexico, the resort is known for its five-star hospitality and amenities. There are three pools and an onsite golf course. Your all-inclusive rate covers meals at the four restaurants or the buffet, snacks, drinks at the six bars, and 24-hour room service. (But be warned, with such a large resort, the pool chairs and restaurant reservations can fill up quickly.) As an extra perk, the services of a complimentary butler are included, too.

Caters to: Adults
Rates per room: Starting at $520/night

1. Grand Velas Riviera Maya: Everything in 80 Acres


The Grand Velas Riviera Maya Spa (Photo: Grand Velas Riviera Maya/Facebook)

This 80-acre property in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, has only been around since 2008 but is already a favorite. Rooms come with whirlpool tubs and 42-inch TVs. Once you venture out of your room, try one of the eight onsite restaurants included in your all-inclusive package — along with 24-hour butler service, snorkeling tours, and even mixology classes. Or opt for a package that will cover golf outings and scuba adventures, too. Leave the kids to enjoy some children’s or teen activities while you splurge on a Mayan Jade Facial. There’s a reason it’s the only all-inclusive resort in the Mexican Caribbean to be rated Five Diamonds by the AAA.

Caters to: Families, couples
Rates per room: Starting at $700/night

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