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A lot rests on the all-inclusive resort. In making your reservation, you are putting all of your vacation’s meals, excursions, and entertainment in the hands of one single property. Accordingly, the price tags are often large ones—although this ballooned upfront fee is offset by the costs saved throughout the remainder of your stay. That being said, if you are seeking an all-inclusive resort on a budget, this does not mean you are entirely out of luck. 

Quite a few resorts come in on the low end of three figures per night—and we’ve rounded up the best of these for you here. Whether you’re drawing the line at $300 a night or are more in the ballpark of $600, we’ve got you covered.

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Under $300:

Nautilux Rethymno, Greece

The vibe: All-too-easy, with big and breezy rooms
Top amenities: Pools, pool bar
What’s included: Buffet breakfast and dinner
Price tag: All-inclusive package from $256/night

While the term “all-inclusive” typically conjures images of Caribbean resorts, spots along Europe’s Mediterranean coast also offer similar packages at relatively low prices. The newly-constructed Nautilux Rethymno on Crete has all the trappings of the best Greek resorts—clean white exteriors, quiet modern design, and a vast swimming pool all overlooking the sea. Add the all-inclusive option, and you no longer need to fret over where to hit for dinner each night. For more ideas, check out the best resorts in Greece, as voted by our readers.

Dreams Acapulco

The vibe: Simple by the sea
Top amenities: Beach, pools
What’s included: Meals at restaurants, spirits, mini bar
Price tag: $232/night 

At this oceanfront property, it’s all about the view. Nestled on one side of the Acapulco Bay, Dreams Acapulco has some seriously sweet views of the water—and a small swath of recliner-laden sand of its own for guests to enjoy. The rooms are spacious and well-appointed, with king beds, large windows, and a terrace. As for the included meals, there’s a bevy of specialty restaurants—including an adults-only Italian option—and an ice cream parlor by the beach. 

Hotel NYX Cancun

The vibe: Sleek and small, with impeccable food
Top amenities: Beach, pools
What’s included: Meals at restaurants 
Price tag: $223/night 

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