Why leave your resort when all the best food is right here?

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Courtesy of Ikos, Andalucia

There’s a lot to love about all-inclusive resorts. For starters, after you book, there’s very little you have to think about along the way. Typically, with an all-inclusive, accommodations, entertainment, drinks, perhaps an excursion or two, and food are included.

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Courtesy of Ikos, Andalucia

Yes, there are plenty of all-inclusive resorts around the world that cater to families, solo travelers, and adventure lovers, however, there is also a good handful offering unforgettable food experiences that should not be overlooked. Here are the most spectacular all-inclusive resorts that more than deliver on their food offerings throughout a stay.

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The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island (Georgia)

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Courtesy of The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island

The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island is a world all its own. Located on 11,000 private acres on Georgia’s Golden Isles, the resort offers guided excursions, beach and fishing equipment, stunning wood cabin accommodations, and seasonally inspired meals made with products from local farmers and the resort’s on-site garden. Though the menu rotates, guests can always expect Lowcountry treats, including plenty of fresh oysters.

Saffire Freycinet (Tasmania)

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Courtesy of Saffire Freycinet

Saffire Freycinet, located in Tasmania’s Freycinet National Park, offers all-inclusive guests the chance to build bespoke getaways all their own. The resort offers just 20 suites, each with stunning views, along with exclusive excursions throughout the park. The culinary offerings are just as special and usually include locally sourced seafood like crayfish and scallops, as well as tastes of delicious regional wines.

Twin Farms (Vermont)

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In Barnard, Vermont, Twin Farms is a private playground for those who adore the great outdoors. The resort sits on 300 private acres, comes with bikes for the fall and spring, and is home to a private ski mountain to enjoy all winter. All food and beverages are included in the stay, comprising all meals in its glamorous dining room and private suites. Bespoke picnics are even set up for guests on the bank of its glittering private pond.

Grand Velas Los Cabos Resort (Mexico)

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Courtesy of Grand Velas Los Cabos Resort

The Grand Velas Los Cabos Resort is five-star luxury at its finest. The resort is a swimmer’s paradise thanks to its tiered swimming pools, private plunge pools attached to some suites, and access to the Sea of Cortez. The resort offers guests the chance to dine in not one, not two, but seven dining venues during their stay, including everything from light and easy poolside bites to a 10-course tasting menu by chef Sidney Schutte.

IBEROSTAR Rose Hall Beach (Jamaica)

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Courtesy of IBEROSTAR Rose Hall Beach

Rose Hall Beach, which sits on Montego Bay, is a destination welcoming to every kind of traveler thanks to its family-friendly kid zones, its world-class spa, and entertainment options that will keep you dancing long into the night. It’s also a spot where everyone in your travel party can find find the food they like best, as the resort is home to five restaurants serving everything from Jamaican to Italian cuisine, as well as six bars offering every variety of libation.

Kudadoo (Maldives)

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Surround yourself with some of the bluest water on earth at Kudadoo, Maldives. A stay at the resort comes with unlimited spa treatments, water sports, and excursions. It also includes all culinary offerings, which entail dining at 5.8 Undersea Restaurant, the world’s largest all-glass restaurant in the ocean that sits next to a flourishing coral reef for dinnertime views you’ll never forget.

Jade Mountain Resort (St. Lucia)

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Courtesy of Jade Mountain Resort

Jade Mountain Resort celebrates the best of St. Lucia with its epic views of the 600-acre beachfront below, an infinity pool so guests can swim under the Caribbean sun all day long, and food crafted by  James Beard Award-winning chef, Allen Susser. The one meal not to skip is dessert, as the resort produces its own estate chocolate crafted from cocoa trees grown right on the property. (Note: Just make sure to click the “all-inclusive” option at checkout when booking.)

Ikos Andalusia (Spain)

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Courtesy of Ikos, Andalucia

Explore southern Spain with a stay at beachfront Ikos Andalusia. The resort is a chic home away from home thanks to its modern decor and spacious rooms, including its deluxe two-bedroom suite, complete with a private yard and pool. Here, guests can take part in fitness classes, free nearby museum access, a complimentary Tesla for day trips, and of course all meals at on-site restaurants, along with a menu of more than 300 wines. Perhaps coolest of all, the resort also offers a Dine Out experience, which brings guests to local tapas bars for an authentic taste of Spain.

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