Looking for the best all inclusive resorts in the USA? You’re in luck – there’s plenty of ‘em.
From the tropical climates of the Florida Keys, the lush green forests of Vermont, and the deserts of Arizona, the US has some brilliant all-inclusive resorts.
Whether you’re looking to book a family vacation, a couples retreat, honeymoon, or a solo trip, I’ve got you covered with this guide to the best casual, luxurious, and modern all-inclusive resorts.
Best All-Inclusive Resorts in the USA
Bungalows Key Largo, Florida
Ever wanted to spend the night in a bungalow near the shoreline? Well, the Bungalows Key Largo resort is the answer. At this all-inclusive resort, guests can stay in elegant rooms near the waterfront or blanketed relaxation-inducing garden rooms in the resort’s botanical garden.
This adults-only all-inclusive resort in the USA has plenty of perks – from multiple pools, fitness classes, and bike rental to all-in alcoholic drinks. Aside from the resort’s all-inclusive coverage, they offer other activities at an additional cost like floating tiki boats, day-boat trips, sunset cruises, and private boat activities.
Red Mountain Resort, Utah
Rooms tread the line of rustic and chic perfectly, and the outdoor hammocks are perfect for partaking in a little bit of sun-worshipping.
Look no further for a casual, relaxing getaway with easy access to exceptional hiking areas like Zion National Park – the Red Mountain Resort is the best for your adventure-seeking mind.
Sensei Lanai, Hawaii
Oozing with opulence, Sensei Lanai is a Four Seasons Resort located on the western island of Maui. It truly is a sanctuary surrounded by an untarnished landscape.
Upon arrival, you’ll be greeted in traditional fashion – Lei included. And from then on it’s total indulgence. The secluded Hawaiian resort’s Japanese-inspired spa has an ofuro (Japanese deep soaking tub), sauna and steam rooms, showers, and massage tables.
You can also take yoga and meditation classes – there’s no better place to rebalance your chakras and unleash your inner zen.
Skytop Lodge, Pennsylvania
Set over 5,500 acres in the Poconos region, the Skytop Lodge is the best resort for families eager to immerse themselves in nature. The lodge has six eateries and various seasonal activities to select from.
At Skytop Lodge, guests can stay in the lodge, the Inn, the cottages, or the streamside cottages. Vacationers wanting privacy should consider staying in the secluded cottages, while others wishing to be at the centre of it all should choose the lodge or Inn.
End your day around the campfire, sharing stories and indulging in a totally gimmicky (but wonderful) American treat.
The Lodge at Woodloch, Pennsylvania
Located in the Pocono Mountains, the Lodge at Woodloch is an all-inclusive adults-only spa and resort providing a relaxing getaway for de-stressing and self-care. Amongst a ridiculously indulgent array of treatments, the spa offers facial and body treatments tailored to guests’ needs.
The resort also supplies spa amenities like robes, sandals, tote bags, and water bottles. Open all-season, the Lodge at Woodloch’s scenic mountain views and changing seasons is a great vacation destination for solo travellers, couples, and friends.
Sundance Trail Ranch, Colorado
If you’ve ever wanted to take a step back in time to the old West, the Sundance Trail Ranch is the best off-beat choice for families, couples, and groups. There are so many benefits to staying at a dude ranch – I’ve written a complete guide to them here.
Located two hours from Denver in Red Feather Lakes, the ranch’s main attraction is its horseback riding program. Access to the breathtaking riding trails in the Roosevelt National Forest makes for a quiet and serene ride.
Triangle X Ranch, Wyoming
Surrounded by the beautiful landscape of Grand Teton National Park in Jackson Hole, WY, the Triangle X Ranch is a historic destination for adventure seekers, nature enthusiasts, families, and couples alike.
The ranch’s accommodations are rustic lodges redesigned with comfort and modernity at the forefront, while keeping the building’s historic character intact.
Many included services only occur from June to August, which is the ranch’s peak season.
The Ranch at Rock Creek, Montana
Sprawling out over 6,600 acres in the Montana countryside near the John Long Mountains, the Ranch at Rock Creek offers various Western-style homestead accommodations from a lodge, glamping cabins, a barn, and private luxury homes.
With options to get stuck into two ranch activities a day, some of the activities offered are rimfire range, fly fishing, skiing, snowboarding, archery, ice fishing, and disk gold.
If you’re looking for a ranch experience, but don’t want to compromise on comfort, this is your best bet.
Twin Farms, Vermont
Located in the Vermont countryside, the secluded Twin Farms resort sits on 300 acres of trees, meadows, and mountains. As you would expect from a New England getaway, the views are unparalleled – particularly when covered in a blanket of snow.
The resort’s all-inclusive meals are locally sourced, crafted by talented culinary artists, and accompanied by 15,000 different wine options. It’s well worth setting yourself the challenge of trying as many as possible throughout your stay.
The resort’s spa offers massages, facials, and full-body treatments at an additional rate.
Tyler Place Family Resort, Vermont
If you’re looking for an all-inclusive family getaway, look no further than the Tyler Place Family Resort.
Just shy of the US-Canada border, this cosy resort is smaller than some of the others I’ve featured in this guide – though, it’s no less impressive.
Tyler Place has numerous structured summer camp-like programs for all ages. While the kids remain entertained, adults can engage in indoor and outdoor fitness and wellness activities or just relax until it’s time for evening cocktails.
Vista Verde Guest Ranch, Colorado
The Vista Verde Guest Ranch is a great vacation destination for families, couples, solo travellers, and company retreats. Located in Clark, Colorado, the all-inclusive ranch is for the casual vacationer looking for a luxury stay that isn’t too structured.
The accommodations are secluded with hot tubs, wood stoves, and a view of the Colorado mountains.
All you need to know about the Miraval in Arizona is that it’s Oprah’s getaway of choice. Yes, really.
But, in all seriousness, this dreamy adults-only resort provides a breathtaking view of the Sonoran Desert and the Santa Catalina Mountains of Tucson, Arizona. The Miraval is a wellness spa offering overnight guests credits for its spa services – which you should totally use, FYI.
If you plan to stay here, remember to sign up for spas, activities, private sessions, and culinary classes in advance. The resort recommends scheduling all activities 6-8 weeks before your arrival date.
Mohonk Mountain House, New York
Nestled away and overlooking Mohonk Lake in New York, the Mohonk Mountain House appears as a grand Victorian castle situated amongst 40,000 acres of forest. The resort is a National Historic Landmark located roughly 90 miles from New York City.
The spa is the standout feature, with a luxuriously-heated mineral pool, indoor heated pool, and a solarium. The resort also offers an abundance of activities, including yoga and meditation, alongside wine and beer tastings (just to balance things out).
Club Med Sandpiper Bay, Florida
Parents, breathe a sigh of relief, this hotel has a place for you to relax at the bar, restaurant, or, ideally, in a Turkish bath at the spa, while the little ones occupy themselves in various activities.
The Club Med Sandpiper Bay offers activity-filled, exciting vacations for families looking for an affordable getaway at one of the top all-inclusive family resorts in the USA.
Overlooking the St. Lucie River in Florida, this family-friendly resort has activity rooms to keep children of all ages entertained and family group activities like treasure hunts, dancing, and pool games.
Blackberry Farm, Tennessee
If you want to wake up to a dewy mountain landscape, divulge in some of the freshest cuisines, and drink some uniquely brewed liquor – and let’s be honest, who doesn’t – look no further than Blackberry Farm in Walland, TN.
This family-friendly resort stretches out across 4,200-acres just outside the Great Smoky Mountains. Boasting a pool, fitness centre, tennis and pickleball courts, and guided hiking trails, there’s plenty to get involved with.
Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa, Wyoming
Located between Jackson, WY, and Yellowstone National Park is a secluded lake resort: Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa. This all-inclusive spot sits on open land, just south of the Wyoming Rocky Mountains, providing a year-round view of the state’s breathtaking scenery.
Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa includes Western gourmet meals sourced from local farms and assembled by culinary artisans. In addition, a stay includes access to all of the resort’s spa facilities.
Though, if you like your vacations less horizontal and a little bit more adventurous, Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa offers numerous seasonal activities perfect for those looking to get their kicks from some more exciting activities.
If you’re interested in winter sports, there are optional activities like snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and snowmobiling. Spending your summer at the resort? Hiking, horseback riding, fishing, and canoeing are a couple of activities offered at this time.
Canyon Ranch, Arizona
If you’re a lover of all things holistic, the Canyon Ranch Wellness Resort in the Sonoran Desert of Tucson offers a unique experience.
Through a wellness itinerary consisting of personalised medicine regimes, training, outdoor activities, and massage treatments, the resort aims to help its guests relax and transform their minds and bodies without external distractions like cell phones.
Also offering extras like card readings and specialised services for guests with cancer, teen wellness, and maternity services – if you’re interested in a unique wellness experience, bring comfortable clothes, sun protection, a journal, your pet, and an open mind.
Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, Florida
Located in Little Torch Key, on the long strip of the Florida Keys that extends out from the mainland, the Little Palm Island Resort & Spa provides guests with an isolated getaway. Bear to part with your electrical distractions and fully immerse yourself in a trip for the soul.
Not only do these islands have a more tropical climate than the one found on mainland USA, but each bungalow suite in the resort offers a direct view of the scenic shoreline.
Dunton Hot Springs, Colorado
Stay in a cluster resort with a whole lotta history – what was once a thriving mining town in the 1800s soon became one of Colorado’s ghost towns. That was, until in 1994, when buyers transformed this abandoned town into Dunton Hot Springs.
Today, it’s jam-packed with beautiful ranch-style cabins, surrounded by an abundance of activities.
As you drive into town, expect to see the beautiful Rocky Mountains – despite the resort being an old mining town, the resort is a tranquil, luxurious getaway.
Lake Austin Spa Resort, Texas
Guests staying at the resort have access to the Lakehouse spa amenities, but the resort offers other services for an additional cost. These spa treatments include facials, wellness, aquatic, body, massage, foot therapy, and plenty more zen-inducing treatments.
Practical Tips for Booking All Inclusive Resorts in the USA
- Know what “all-inclusive” really means, i.e., what additional costs are you looking at? Nobody wants to plan a resort around a particular activity, only to find out that it’s an extra cost and booked out for the season.
- There are so many different kinds of resorts and it’s easier to pick a theme, i.e. Western, Beachy, Mountainy, etc. Narrowing down your search to a rustic ranch or a high-end spa retreat will make it easier to plan your dream trip.