These Cool All-Inclusive Hotels Are Anything But Basic
These all-inclusive are anything but basic: Read on for our top picks from around the world.
Adler Thermae (Tuscany, Italy): Adler Thermae is an all-inclusive resort set amidst Tuscany’s rolling hills. The property, with its locally sourced cuisine, modern decor, sleek aesthetic, and more, is boutique in every sense of the word. Hotel highlights include indoor and outdoor thermal pools, biking, hiking, a spa and sauna, and a kid’s club. While all-inclusive rates are available, lunch is not included. (📷: @wss.mhl) Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle (Golden Triangle, Thailand): Another Four Seasons Resort, this jungle resort, located amidst mountains and rivers, is great for animal lovers and luxury enthusiasts alike. Here, guests can mingle with rescued elephants and unwind in luxurious tents — some of which include tree-lined infinity pools or outdoor soaking tubs — each outfitted with wooden furnishings, outdoor showers, and distinctive decor. Rates include guided tours, massages (!), cocktail-making classes, nature walks, and exciting drinking and dining options. Sensei Lāna'i, A Four Seasons Resort (Lanai, HI): This stunning Four Seasons resort is located on the island of Lanai. The awe-inspiring Spa Hale — complete with private plunge pools. On-site activities include hiking, yoga, meditation, and more. The resort’s expansive private art and sculpture collection (as well as the two farm-to-table drinking and dining options) are also noteworthy. The adults-only property offers both all-inclusive and a la carte packages; each stay includes round-trip airfare from Honolulu. Jade Mountain (St. Lucia): Each of Jade Mountain’s 24 suites offers custom artwork, private infinity pools, and soaring 15-foot-high ceilings. There are two soft-sand beaches — great for sunbathing, scuba diving, and snorkeling — plus biking, kayaking, tennis, guided hikes, and yoga classes. All-inclusive rates include all meals; all stays include non-motorized watersports, beach equipment, and resort activities. Don’t miss the resort’s sunset sailings aboard the 60-foot Catamaran.