Whether you’re a fan of a non-stop outdoor adventure holiday or you prefer a city getaway, it’s always nice to take a break that lets you sit back by a pool and relax.
That’s where the very popular all-inclusive holiday steps in, a place where you can eat, drink, sunbathe, swim, relax and more without even leaving a resort.
The all-inclusive holiday is popular for all, whether a family or a couple looking for a relaxing break, resorts take the stress away with everything already paid for.
Prices for all-inclusive can range from £500 to upwards of £2,000 depending on the level of luxury and how much you want to be included in the package.
The 5 best all-inclusive holidays
Michelangelo Resort & Spa, Kos, Greece
Set on the island of Kos in Greece, the Michelangelo Resort & Spa sees prices start at £1,784 for a week for two people at peak time in August.
Prices include views out onto the breathtaking Aegean Sea, breakfast, and dinner as well as drinks, plus the resort has five swimming pools, an impressive spa, three bars, tennis courts and more.
The costs typically work at £88 per person a night allowing you to have access to five-star service at a cheaper rate and with gorgeous views of Greece.
Hotel NYX, Cancun
With prices starting at £200 per night, this Cancun resort is on the more pricey side but does offer a luxurious side to the world of all-inclusive.
Keeping the resort on the smaller side, it feels exclusive and instead of the buffet-style dinners, the cost covers meals at restaurants on the resorts with some extra costs needed from some more expensive eateries.
Bahia Principe Fantasia, Tenerife, Spain
This family-friendly all-inclusive resort is perfect if you have young ones that you need to keep entertained.
Prices start at £2,300 for a family of four across a full week and it is unlike many other resorts you might see.
It has a castle-like Disneyland and plenty of pools with space for all, kids clubs, spas, adult-only pools and much more all with impressive views of the beautiful landscape.
Sundia Exclusive by Liberty, Fethiye, Turkey
Take a flight to Turkey and explore the Sundia Exclusive by Liberty which will cost a couple £1,805 for a week in August with prices covering meals and drinks.
The space has plants all around, bright, and bold artwork with six restaurants and plenty of bars on site you get views of the blue ocean.
Plus, this resort is a stone’s throw away from a beach so you can split time between the resort pools and the open sea.
Grotto Bay Beach Resort, Bermuda
Costing £250 per night this all-inclusive resort in Bermuda has everything and more with access to pools, a private beach, a fitness centre and even an underground swimming cave to name a few.
The cost covers all meals as well as spirits, water sports, public transport and even unlimited tennis making it perfect if you love playing sports.
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