All-Inclusive Resorts in the USA and More from Vermont to Hawaii and in Between

All-inclusive resorts are a little harder to find in our own backyard, so we've done the searching for you. Here are some of our favorite all-inclusive resorts in the USA mixed with regular vacation resorts.

To spend a day at a resort is to truly relax. Whether the property is all-inclusive or a traditional resort, this kind of vacation is ideal for families and couples looking to get away, reconnect and unwind.

Although all-inclusive resorts are prevalent throughout Mexico and the Caribbean, you have to search a little harder to find them in the United States. But they do exist, and in fact, you might find that the exceptional value and carefree style of an all-inclusive will become your go-to vacation choice.

Tucson, Arizona


As you wrap yourself inside a cool silk hammock with the Arizona desert as your backdrop, you close your eyes, and your mind calms effortlessly while you float. This floating meditation is just one of several offerings at Miraval aimed at making wellness and relaxation an attainable goal for guests who stay here. There are more than 120 complimentary wellness activities as well as fitness classes, three pools, and a 24-hour Body Mindfulness Fitness Center. It’s a great place to try a new activity, such as Boga — yoga and other fitness activities performed atop a stand-up paddleboard.

Miraval’s nightly rate packages together all gourmet meals, fresh snacks, and an unlimited smoothie bar. The resort’s emphasis on mindful eating draws inspiration from fresh, local, and healthy ingredients, such as scallop crudo, crostini of flowers, and herbs picked from the on-site gardens and duck confit. Everything has been attended to here: you’ll be treated to free airport transportation, and there’s also a no-tipping policy.


7.8 Good (91 reviews)

San Diego, California


Hotel del Coronado, or The Del as locals call it, rises like a grand palace from the golden beaches of Coronado, San Diego’s charming island getaway within sight of the city. The Del’s crimson turrets may look familiar from its starring roll in Some Like it Hot, and for historic hotel buffs, the interiors full of Victorian period detailing are swoon-worthy, including the show-stopping gilded cage elevator in the lobby (both historic and “haunted” tours are offered daily).

Beyond the iconic main building is a 28-acre beach resort that unrolls toward the ocean with pools, hot tubs, dining spots, and plenty of lounge chairs to soak up the sun. Accommodations range from centrally-located, high-ceilinged options in the original building to contemporary beach-chic rooms in the Oceana Towers. Rent a bike and cruise along the beach, then reward yourself with an ice cream creation from the Sundaes shops or the Crown Room’s decadent brunch.

Hotel del Coronado, Curio Collection by Hilton

7.5 Good (2890 reviews)

Vail, Colorado


Right in the center of Vail’s pedestrian village, The Arrabelle is a luxurious resort that looks like a series of posh Bavarian townhouses. The lobby is all marble floors and soaring ceilings, and a rooftop pool that offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and swaying aspens. Even basic rooms here are plush perches with mountain views, fireplaces, elegant furnishings, and rich fabrics. Private residences increase the luxury quota with multi-bedroomed apartments with steam showers and jetted, deep soaking tubs.

The resort is just steps away from the Eagle Bahn Gondola which soars to the top of the ski slopes and also leads to the hotels acclaimed sister restaurant, Game Creek Lodge; a secluded dining experience reached by ATV after you’ve ascended the mountain that features foie gras, truffles, and wild boar on its gourmet menu. Although skiing is an obvious past time here, the staff is skilled at creating unusual itineraries in the summer months that showcase the mountain, including llama lunch hikes, scenic gondola rides, and bike cruiser tours.

The Arrabelle at Vail Square, A RockResort

Top rated
9.6 Excellent (1904 reviews)

Hana, Hawaii


Greet the sunrise at Travaasa Hana, the first resort on the eastern tip of Maui that experiences this awesome golden light. Then, spend your day diving into authentic Hawaiian cultural traditions. You can make your own lei, learn how to play the ukulele, practice throw net fishing, learn how to make the perfect Mai Tai, husk a coconut, or just meditate with the ocean as your guide.

An all-inclusive package option includes a chef-prepared breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus a resort credit for spa treatments or private classes. Travaasa offers different tracks to help guide guests’ activity options, including adventure, culinary, culture, fitness, and spa and wellness, and there is a no-tipping policy outside of the bars and restaurants, meaning you’ll spend less time digging around in your wallet and more time appreciating the beauty that surrounds you.

Hana-Maui Resort, A Destination By Hyatt Residence

Top rated
9.1 Excellent (1951 reviews)

Geneva, New York


In the heart of New York State’s Finger Lakes wine country, Geneva On The Lake is a romantic getaway that feels like you’ve arrived at a storied European estate, complete with a palatial villa and formal gardens perfect for strolling hand-in-hand and taking in the views of Seneca Lake. Pulling up a chair on the columned terrace for the complimentary al fresco breakfast is a must in summer. In the winter, cozy up in front of a fireplace, whether it’s in the formal dining room or in the privacy of the Library Suite, where a wood burning fire is just part of the charm of the villas original 1910 grand book-filled hideaway.

Explore the lake in style aboard the hotel’s 24-foot pontoon boat in the afternoon sun. No matter the time of year, make a reservation for a candlelit dinner accompanied by live music in the lapidary Lancellotti’s, where Finger Lakes wines are paired with locally inspired entrees like braised lamb shank and show-stopping bananas flambé and baked Alaska for dessert.

Geneva On The Lake

Top rated
8.7 Excellent (578 reviews)

Hawley, Pennsylvania


Situated between several lakes and the Poconos Mountains, Woodloch Pines caters to families with more than 30 scheduled activities offered each day, from family bowling contests to marshmallow roasting, plus kid-friendly amenities such as go-carts, an indoor pool, and an indoor forest playground. In warm months, guests can go water-skiing on the spring-fed lake.

The resort offers a traditional American Meal Plan serving three meals a day in the Main Dining Room. It’s a special treat when children are visited by a parade of ever-changing characters, including Disney princesses, Trolls, SpongeBob and the Muppets, in the dining room. Later in the evening, take in magic, comedy and Broadway-style theatrical shows.


Top rated
8.8 Excellent (194 reviews)

Lakeway, Texas


Nestled on the banks of Lake Travis in the Texas Hill Country, Hotel Lakeway Resort & Spa is a family-friendly resort that offers a true lakeside getaway even though it’s adjacent to the urban allures of Austin. There’s a full array of water activities including sailing, motor boating /waterskiing, and fishing across 65 miles of lakeshore. Or, dip into the three-pool playground including an adults-only oasis with swim-up bar and a zero-entry family-friendly pool with waterslide.

Kids will also want to check out the waterpark playground and indoor Kids Zone that has an inflatable bounce house, mini golf course, and arcade favorites, including air hockey and foosball. For grown-up pampering, The Spa has shoreline views and seasonal treatments with local ingredients, like the cucumber facial with a guac mask for the spring season.

Keep your healthy glow going by ordering up healthy versions of Texas favorites, like mesquite smoked turkey and a locally-grown veggie wrap, right to your modern Pure Wellness room that has in-room air filters, and quartz desks.

Lakeway Resort & Spa

8.4 Very good (2188 reviews)

Stowe, Vermont


Set against the backdrop of Vermont’s majestic Green Mountains, Stoweflake combines a resort setting filled with activities ranging from dog sledding and snowshoeing in the winter to golfing and kayaking in the summer, with easy access to all the top shopping and dining of historic Stowe Village.

Hop on the free trolley to Stowe Mountain for some of the best skiing and boarding in the Northeast. The heated outdoor pool or Jacuzzi is a great place to unwind and the luxurious spa offers 150 facial and body treatments. For an immersive water therapy experience, try the solarium with cascading hydrotherapy waterfalls and a Hungarian mineral soaking pool.

Adults will want to sample some of the 3,000 bottles that fill the Wine Cellar. With kids in tow, focus instead on the burgers at Charlie B’s and the creamy and decadent frozen delights at the Ben and Jerry’s factory just down the road. At the end of the day, relax in a spacious guestroom or spread out in a family-friendly (and dog-friendly) townhouse.

Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa

8.0 Very good (1647 reviews)

Feature image courtesy of Hotel del Coronado