America's Best All-Inclusive Resorts

A hassle-free vacation is closer than you may think: T+L rounds up the best all-inclusive resorts across the U.S.

Skytop Lodge, Pennsylvania

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This historic mountain resort sprawled across 5,500 acres has been luring guests high into the Poconos since 1928. Book a room in the grand stone lodge or at the inn that opens right onto the championship golf course. The All-American Family Fun plan includes all meals plus an enormous choice of activities for the whole family, from the supervised children’s program to hiking, boating, biking, rock climbing, ziplining, and tennis. Golfers get to enjoy a perk that’s almost unheard of: unlimited greens fees. Spa treatments, alas, cost extra.

Price Tag: Doubles from $550 per night; add $45 per child ages 5–17; free for kids 4 and under.

America's Best All-Inclusive Resorts

Skytop Lodge, Pennsylvania

This historic mountain resort sprawled across 5,500 acres has been luring guests high into the Poconos since 1928. Book a room in the grand stone lodge or at the inn that opens right onto the championship golf course. The All-American Family Fun plan includes all meals plus an enormous choice of activities for the whole family, from the supervised children’s program to hiking, boating, biking, rock climbing, ziplining, and tennis. Golfers get to enjoy a perk that’s almost unheard of: unlimited greens fees. Spa treatments, alas, cost extra.

Price Tag: Doubles from $550 per night; add $45 per child ages 5–17; free for kids 4 and under.

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