All-Inclusive Resorts

All-inclusive resorts promise travelers a truly stress-free experience. For one flat price, all-inclusive holidays often include meals, snacks, drinks (both alcoholic and non-), day and nighttime activities, lodging, and more. Travel + Leisure has all the best all inclusive resort deals.

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The Top All-Inclusive Resorts in the U.S. Virgin Islands

Want a Caribbean escape without worrying about your tab? Check out one of these all-inclusive resorts or resort packages on St. Croix, St. Thomas, and even ritzy St. John.

5 All-inclusive Vacations for an Affordable Winter Escape

Sometimes you might not be up for the effort it takes to plan a vacation — booking a place to stay, finding restaurants to eat at, looking up activities to do. That’s where all-inclusive resorts come into play. You only need to pick your destination, book flights, and find a resort. But sometimes, all-inclusive properties can be pricey — and understandably so, you’re paying for the convenience of having your meals served on-site and your activities and entertainment taken care of. Luckily, there are less expensive options for all-inclusive travelers on a budget. Here are some of our favorites.

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Cozumel’s All Inclusive Resorts

Cozumel, sitting pretty off the Yucatán Peninsula, is a popular destination for travelers looking to enjoy Mexico’s laid-back island side. Where better to luxuriate than at one of the all inclusive resorts that dot the isle, where a sybarite’s only concerns are which pool to sit by and which drink to order next? Throw in crystalline Caribbean Sea views and it might be tough to leave the chaise lounge. But, if you feel so inclined… As part of one of the largest coral reef systems in the world, second only to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, Cozumel is a wonderland for snorkelers and divers. Most of the island’s resorts offer diving and snorkeling excursions (albeit for an additional fee) to experience exotic marine life and coral formations firsthand. The three-mile long Palancar Reef, easily reached from the island’s southern coast, was the subject of a documentary in the 1950s filmed by famous ocean explorer, Jacques Cousteau, and is often regarded as one of the best scuba diving spots on the planet. Speaking of exploration, Cozumel’s location serves as the perfect basecamp for venturing out, with access to the Riviera Maya via a quick ferry ride to Playa del Carmen. Once on the mainland, head a bit further north for a jaunt to Cancún or south to Tulum for sightseeing and lounging on world-class beaches. Trips to the Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza or water park extraordinaire, Xel-Há, can also be arranged through particular resorts, like Cozumel Palace or Occidental Cozumel. Engaged couples on the hunt for a unique venue can get married on one of the island’s sandbars or even better, submerged completely underwater, at the all inclusive Secrets Aura Cozumel. Take your pick from any of the idyllic retreats below for an immersive and worry-free escape.