The Best All-Inclusive Resorts in the United States

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  • All-inclusive resorts in the United States offer various experiences, ranging from ski vacations to wellness retreats.
  • Travelers can find all-inclusive resorts located all across the U.S.
  • The cost of all-inclusive stays doesn’t always include air travel, so it’s important to discuss what’s included with the resort or a travel agent at the time of booking.

All-inclusive resorts throughout the United States offer Americans the opportunity to enjoy luxury vacations without the need to travel to other countries, while international visitors can find something for them in the varied climates of the U.S. Whether you’re booking a sunny beach vacation or family time at a ski resort, plenty of experiences are available for you to enjoy at all-inclusive U.S. resorts.

Below, we’ve gathered 12 of the best all-inclusive resorts in the United States to help you plan your domestic, all-inclusive vacation.

The Ranch at Rock Creek

Located in a private valley in Phillipsburg, Montana, The Ranch at Rock Creek offers its guests the chance to explore the mountains and valleys of Montana in a serene western setting. Accommodations range from luxury homes to small glamping cabins, all featuring western design and luxurious amenities. Activities at the resort include skiing and snowboarding, fly-fishing, archery and horseback riding. A kids’ club offers parents the chance to enjoy dining and activities without bringing the kids along.

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Ocean Key Resort & Spa

Ocean Key Resort & Spa overlooks the Gulf of Mexico. All rooms at the resort have panoramic waterfront views, and guest rooms are designed to promote tranquility and relaxation. The resort has three restaurants offering poolside dining, and an on-site spa offers services such as massage, aromatherapy, pedicures and wraps. Fun events are hosted by the staff every day, including live music and fitness classes. In 2020 and 2021, Ocean Key Resort & Spa was named one of the Top 10 Resorts in the Florida Keys by the Conde Nast Readers’ Choice Awards, and in 2022, World’s Best Awards named it one of the Top 15 Resorts in Florida.

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Brooks Lake Lodge and Spa

Brooks Lake Lodge and Spa is a serene, secluded, all-inclusive resort located in Wyoming. Surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, this cozy, Western-style resort is the ideal place to spend a weekend meditating, getting pampered and indulging in local gourmet cuisine. The resort requires reservations for lunch, but those staying here are able to enjoy breakfast and dinner at their leisure in the dining room. A Governor’s Tea Time is hosted daily as well, featuring an assortment of snacks alongside tea, coffee and cocoa.

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Sandpiper Bay All Inclusive

Located in Sandpiper Bay, Florida, Sandpiper Bay All-Inclusive from the Trademark Collection by Wyndham features an array of activities for guests of all ages. The property boasts an adults-only pool, an all-ages swimming pool, a kids’ pool, tennis courts and an on-site spa. Guests can enjoy unlimited dining at the buffet restaurant between sessions of paddleboarding, sailing and kayaking. If you’re looking to explore outside the resort, Treasure Coast Mall and Savannas Preserve State Park are located close by.

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Grand Hotel Mackinac

Grand Hotel Mackinac in Michigan offers high-class luxury in a scenic Midwest setting. The stately property features well-manicured lawns and gardens that surround a large swimming pool and gazebo. Each day, guests are invited to join the resort staff in croquet, bocce and nightly dancing accompanied by the Grand Hotel Orchestra. Afternoon tea is hosted daily in the hotel’s parlor, and horse-drawn carriages help guests navigate the large property comfortably. Guests are welcome to enjoy unlimited snacks and beverages in the hotel’s Cupola Bar.

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Blackberry Farm

Blackberry Farm is open to guests year-round and offers a boutique-style resort experience. Situated on Blackberry Mountain in Walland, Tennessee, this resort features sprawling views of the valley below. During the fall and winter months, guests can enjoy watching the seasons change. An on-site spa pampers and promotes vitality in visitors with services such as massage and facials while the resort’s brewery serves up its own brand of Belgian lagers and IPAs accompanied by Southern cuisine.

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Canyon Ranch Lenox

Canyon Ranch Lenox is a wellness retreat in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. Guests are provided with their own wellness guide who helps them make the best of their stay at the resort. A daily schedule of activities is provided for all guests and includes activities such as yoga and stretching, daily hikes, fitness classes, cooking, canoeing and classes. Those who prefer to simply relax and plan their own schedule are welcome to do so. Dining at Canyon Ranch is focused on nutritious, wholesome eating, and wellness guides recommend that guests minimize distractions, such as electronics, to ensure the best experience throughout their stay.

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Lake Austin Spa Resort

Lake Austin Spa Resort was named the third-best destination spa resort in the United States by Conde Nast Traveler. This Texas-based spa is situated on the shores of Lake Austin and offers its guests a luxurious experience that’s rife with indulgence. Guests are treated to various amenities, including a water taxi service, complimentary snacks and beverages, wellness programs and sports, such as paddleboarding, kayaking and boating. The cost of your stay here also includes three meals each day prepared by the resort’s gourmet chef.

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The Lodge at Woodloch

Tucked away in a serene corner of the Poconos in Hawley, Pennsylvania, The Lodge at Woodloch is a wellness resort that focuses on promoting personal health and connection in its guests. Stay packages include a variety of activities, such as yoga and aquacise classes, biking, self-improvement classes and art workshops. Accommodations are warm and comforting. The indoor pool features a hot tub with a tranquil waterfall while the outdoor hot tub offers guests the opportunity to warm up while appreciating the area’s beautiful scenery.

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Twin Farms

Twin Farms is a small, boutique-style resort tucked away in Vermont’s lush countryside. This resort features 20 cottages and suites, ensuring guests can enjoy a quiet stay in an intimate setting. The cost of your stay includes gourmet meals served in the dining room or via room service, and the resort features a private mountain for skiing, biking or snowboarding. Guests of Twin Farms are invited each evening to enjoy cocktails and canapes, and drinks, such as wine, beer and spirits, are available all day.

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Red Mountain Resort

Red Mountain Resort is a spa and wellness retreat that offers a fitness-focused experience for travelers in St. George, Utah. The resort is close to Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks and offers its guests the opportunity to engage in hiking, biking and other activities among the parks’ red rocks. If you’re staying here, you’ll be treated to restaurant-style meals three times per day with a full menu of dishes to choose from at each meal. In 2020, Red Mountain Resort was named one of the Top 100 Spas by Spas of America.

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Mohonk Mountain House

Mohonk Mountain House is in an old Victorian castle that was built in 1869. It’s nestled in New York’s Hudson Valley and is surrounded by 40,000 acres of forest. Guests staying here are treated to farm-to-table dining experiences three times each day and have the opportunity to purchase treatments, such as facials, wraps and massages, at the resort’s award-winning spa. Mohonk Mountain House offers daily activities for its guests, including fitness classes, live entertainment and nature walks.

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Kimberly Dixon

Kimberly Dixon

Kimberly Dixon is a freelance writer from Calgary, Canada. While she's covered a vast selection of topics, she's most passionate about creating content that encourages readers to live a healthier, more mindful lifestyle. Aside from writing, Kimberly's hobbies include painting and playing music.

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