1) Grand Palladium Ibiza Resort & Spa, Spain
Grand Palladium Ibiza Resort & Spa is a 5-star, all-inclusive resort with white-sand beaches. The hotel faces the longest stretch of the island’s coast and is surrounded by carefully manicured flowers. The location is suited for a family reunion as well as a couple’s retreat, with the in-house kids’ club to keep kids entertained.
There are four categories of rooms and suites. All of them are elegantly designed with a contemporary ambiance and colorful accents. Even the least expensive rooms come with a Jacuzzi tub, and you can book a Deluxe Jacuzzi room if you love bubbles. The best apartments have private furnished terraces and feature artificial grass and hydromassage tubs for two.
There are five restaurants to choose from, including one serving Mexican, and another offering a buffet. Inclusive activities include aerobics and Zumba. There is usually live entertainment at night. The hotel also has four outdoor swimming pools and direct beach access.
2) Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, Thailand
If you crave an Asian wilderness adventure, Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle is a solid choice. As Four Seasons’ first all-inclusive property, this camp bordered by Burma and Laos offers an excellent choice for people in search of adventures and those with a love of nature. If you think tents can’t be luxurious, think again. One peeking out from the side of the lush hillside engulfed in lush jungle. Handcrafted furniture, clawfoot tubs, and sumptuous netted beds are standard features and the outdoor showers and rustic textures, such as bamboo and local hardwoods, create a perfect visual balance.
Enjoy dinner with exciting, seasonal options such as plucking fresh produce from trees during a foraging walk and then watching a chef conjure a savory meal, or enjoy a Thai cooking class.
There are lots of opportunities for animal lovers here. One option is to hike with elephants and their mahouts or to look for other wild animals as you ride down the Ruak River. Or you can soak up some culture as well, such as hillside bicycle tours traveling through rice paddies and pineapple plantations, or even day trips to the sacred temples or neighboring Burma.
3) The Brando, Tahiti
Those dreaming of an environmentally sensitive, low-impact approach may be at peace on The Brando. This tranquil hotel can be found on a private island near a three-mile-long lagoon. Carbon-neutral, it is the epitome of relaxed luxury.
Brando started the resort to preserve the island’s beauty and biodiversity, serving as a model of sustainability – with solar power, seawater air-conditioning systems, and other renewable energy technologies. Accordingly, those who love nature will find their dreams coming true here. Beautiful coral reefs gleam in the lagoon, seagulls crowd the shores, whales pass by on their annual migrations, and sea turtles nest on the serene, white-sand beaches.
Villas come with a private plunge pool, an outdoor bathtub, and a media room with Wi-Fi and a TV. A two-bedroom villa adds a kitchen and a dining area, and the three-bedroom villa is perfect for big gatherings. With a bicycle, all the villas provide transportation to see the island.
Drawing on styles from France, Polynesia, and Asia, the food here is divine and the fruit and produce are fresh from the hotel’s organic gardens. Locally caught seafood is common, and the flaky, fluffy breakfast croissants are a guest favorite. You can also order vegan dishes.
4) Miraval Arizona, USA
Miraval Arizona is the perfect luxury resort for you if you’re looking for a place with plenty of activities and options. Just 45 minutes away from Tucson, this desert destination sits on 400 acres of lush cacti-covered land. So if you’re looking to Instagram from the restaurant or the three swimming pools, for example, then Miraval is not the resort for you. You’ll have free Wi-Fi in your room, where you can reconnect with the digital world should you want to. You can select from various kinds of rooms such as a room with a private pool or a suite.
All meals and a variety of wellness activities and classes are included in the cost, as well as resort credits for services like horseback riding and spa treatments. Our restaurant is so health-focused, that we prepare all of our dishes with locally-sourced and seasonal ingredients.
5) Jade Mountain Resort, St. Lucia
Nestled within some of the most dramatically beautiful scenery in the Caribbean, Jade Mountain Resort affords stunning views of the ocean and St. Lucia’s twin volcanic peaks, the Pitons. This is one of the best all-inclusive adults-only resorts in the Caribbean.
Nestled among awe-inspiring views of mountains and canyons, the resort is an architectural blend of suites and open-air common areas which make it so you feel like you’re an essential part of the breathtaking vistas around you. Regardless of their enviable view, the suites offer complete privacy, making this the perfect hideaway for honeymooners. These residences often called sanctuaries, feel larger and more expansive than what we usually see in the industry, with high ceilings that soar 15 feet high, large living spaces, and a variety of local materials like stone and tropical hardwoods. Most units have a private infinity pool. if you’re looking for an unparalleled escape, visit our beautifully appointed villas, with four-poster beds, robes, and towels made of Frette. Additionally, our luxurious getaway provides 24-hour housekeeping and butlers, and jalousie windows to keep tropical breezes flowing through. SKY suites are equipped with a hot tub rather than a private pool. Internet service is available at the resort, but you won’t find televisions or telephones, just the ocean.