Top five All Inclusive hotels

Top five All Inclusive hotels

It’s those two little words you always want to hear while you’re on holiday. All. Inclusive. Our All Inclusive trips are about much more than just heading off to a hotel – the flights and airport transfers are all taken care of, for starters, to help you get your relaxing on ASAP. Once you’re there you’ve got food and drink at your fingertips, plus lots of activities for little ones to get involved with if you’re heading off for a family escape. 

Struggling to pick where to stay? Let us give you some inspo. Here’s just a handful of our best All Inclusive hotels.

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Best for couples – Hotel Riu Touareg, Cape Verde 

Seeking some adults-only alone time on your next getaway? Consider it done. This hotel has an adults-only section where you can enjoy some peace and quiet away from the kids – yours or other people’s. There are six pools, including one with a swim-up bar, plus you can claim a free scuba diving session during your stay. Local cuisine is the name of the game in the Cape Verdean restaurant, and there’s an Asian-themed restaurant called Kabuki. If you’ve got a few pennies spare to really splash out, treat yourself to a spa day, with top-to-toe treatments like aromatherapy massages, body wraps and mani-pedis. 

Relax in the spa or by the pool at Hotel Riu Touareg. 

Best for families – TUI BLUE Palm Garden, Turkey 

The TUI BLUE Palm Garden in Antalya, Turkey, has a children’s splash zone with a bunch of waterslides. There’s even a children’s bar – for kid-friendly drinks like juice and milkshakes, of course. For food, there’s a buffet restaurant to suit every taste, plus an à la carte spot that uses fresh and locally sourced produce. You’ll have access to the kids’ club for little ones – and a glamorous spa for adults-only relaxing…  

Get away to TUI BLUE Palm Garden. 

Best for adults-only – StolenTime by Rendezvous, St Lucia  

Relax on a daybed for two, float along the lazy river side by side or soak up a candlelit dinner to make the most of this adults-only escape. Even the rooms are aimed at encouraging private time, so there are no TVs for distraction. Food-wise, there’s a buffet restaurant overlooking the coast, and a French à la carte spot where you’ll be serenaded by a guitar player. Champagne, anyone?   

Book some private time at the StolenTime by Rendezvous. 

Best for luxury – Royalton Riviera Cancun, Mexico 

All Inclusive is one thing, but what about truly luxurious All Inclusive? For starters, all the rooms at the Royalton Riviera Cancun are suites and each one comes with its own indoor whirlpool bath. Want more? There are seven pools, eight restaurants and even more bars, including a bougie martini bar. If you’re feeling energetic, you can get stuck into activities like kayaking, tennis and snorkelling at this hotel, too. Plus, after a hard day of relaxing, you can catch up with events in the sports bar or head to the nightclub to soak up the party vibes.

Live your best bougie life at Royalton Riviera Cancun. 

Best for foodies – Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa, Dominican Republic 

If your main goal on your All Inclusive getaway is to make the most of the on-site bars and restaurants, this place has you covered. A stay here also lets you access the restaurants at The Grand Palladium’s sister hotels next door. That means you can enjoy the menus from an impressive 13 restaurants, sampling everything from tapas to Argentinian steaks. Five of them are buffet restaurants and there are eight à la cartes from all over the world. 

Try Portofino, the Italian restaurant, for freshly baked pizza or homemade pasta with a side of sea views. Or try Sumptuori, the Japanese centrepiece of the hotel, with live Japanese cooking shows. For after-dinner drinks, take your pick – there are 19 bars to work your way around. 

Find out more about the Grand Palladium Punta Cana Resort & Spa. 

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Authors: Jessica Houtby & Becky Wells

Last updated: 18/01/2023