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The 15 Best All-Inclusive Honeymoon Resorts and Packages in the World [2023]

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When it comes to a honeymoon, most couples want the trip of a lifetime made easy. Planning a wedding can be exhausting, and an all-inclusive honeymoon is a simple way to relax, unwind, and enjoy a memorable trip with your new partner without having to overthink things.

Certain destinations offer all-inclusive options more than others. Finding an all-inclusive honeymoon property in the Caribbean is simple, but other destinations aren’t as rife with choice. However, if you look hard enough, some all-inclusive properties exist in destinations like the U.S., Europe, and Asia.

These are some of our favorite all-inclusive honeymoon packages and resorts where you won’t have to worry about a thing and can enjoy a relaxing and romantic honeymoon.

1. Jade Mountain Resort (St. Lucia)

Jade Mountain Saint Lucia
Jade Mountain Resort has some of the best views in St. Lucia. Image Credit: Jade Mountain Resort

The Jade Mountain Resort in St. Lucia is one of our top choices for a honeymoon in the Caribbean. The 600-acre resort overlooks the spectacular Pitons and Caribbean Sea.

Many of the suites feature private infinity pools and offer panoramic views of the dazzling scenery, as well as Molton Brown bath amenities and 24-hour butler service. It’s a true escape: There are no televisions, radios, or telephones in the suites, and guests are encouraged to avoid using their cell phones in public areas and keep them on vibrate.

The property offers in-suite spa treatments or the option to visit the Kai en Ciel Spa, with special couples treatments that include a couples hot tub session followed by massages. Guests can also join in on complimentary yoga classes or guided walks on the property’s expansive landscape or book private couples sessions.

Cuisine is headed up by James Beard Award Winner Chef Allen Susser, who runs the Jade Mountain Club Restaurant. Honeymooners can dine on Caribbean fusion dishes to the tune of live music and entertainment. Besides the resort’s own organic farm, it has more than 2,000 cocoa trees on the estate, so indulging in dessert is a must — couples can even participate in chocolate-making workshops.

Our choice for honeymooners is the Total Romance Package, which includes accommodation, meals, drinks, airport transfers, and other perks, amenities, and benefits such as spa treatments and activities. A fifth-night free Total Romance Package may be available in certain room categories. Nightly all-inclusive rates for the package start at $1,795 per night per couple.

2. The Caves (Jamaica)

The Caves Jamaica
The Caves is one of Jamaica’s picturesque and romantic all-inclusive options for honeymooners. Image Credit: The Caves

Every room at The Caves is distinct and unique, from the Ocean View Cottages that practically dangle over the ocean’s edge to the Blue Hole View Suite, where you can admire the Blue Hole, an ocean cave entrance, from your very own verandah.

The one-of-a-kind hotel is worlds away from the typical, cookie-cutter all-inclusive resort, featuring around 15 colorful cottages. It’s perfect for honeymooners who want to hole up in tranquil seclusion and appreciate rustic, local charm.

From private cave dining overlooking the sea to guided cliff diving (yes, the property boasts a “cliff diving expert”), there’s something for every type of couple to enjoy. Honeymooners can relax at the pool, spa, Jacuzzi, or sauna, or enjoy nightly entertainment, from live bands to drum shows.

Expect locally sourced produce and delicious meals at The Caves and all sorts of dining options — think authentic Jamaican jerk chicken but also more refined candlelit dinners and breakfasts with local flavors, such as banana pancakes and fresh-squeezed watermelon juice.

All-inclusive rates for 2 start at $560 per night.

Hot Tip:

If you’re looking for an all-inclusive package with flights, you may want to speak with a travel agent affiliated with Virtuoso to bundle everything together (we recommend UP’s own Leigh Rowan!). Taking a cruise is another easy honeymoon option if you’d prefer to have everything catered for you — our top picks are MSC, Viking, Crystal, and Princess.

3. Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana (Dominican Republic)

Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana
The Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana is a magical adults-only retreat. Image Credit: Hyatt

Punta Cana has several all-inclusive resorts within the Hyatt portfolio, but our top pick is the Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana, a relatively new, adults-only all-inclusive resort on the shores of the pristine Juanillo Beach.

It feels like the hotel was made for honeymooners, a chic property that boasts floating swim-up suites and beachfront infinity pools. Guests who aren’t usually fans of the sometimes repetitive all-inclusive dining experience may never have to eat the same thing twice, as the Hyatt Zilara has 25 different restaurants and bars. Dining options include a Mongolian grill, Italian trattoria, and coffee lounge.

Guests can enjoy treatments at the nearly 27,000-square-foot underground cave spa, including a hydrotherapy circuit and an outdoor oasis lagoon. If you get bored of all the relaxing, dining, and spending time with your new partner, you can always indulge your inner child at the Canopolis Water Park at the neighboring Hyatt Ziva Cap Cana property. The hotel even has its own romance concierge that can help coordinate romantic extras like private beach dinners or couples massages.

All-inclusive room rates for 2 at the Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana start at $590 or 35,000 World of Hyatt points per night.

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Fan of the Hyatt Zilara resorts? Here’s everything you need to know about Hyatt Zilara properties. Got kids? You may prefer a Hyatt Ziva property such as the Hyatt Ziva Cap Cana, the Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana’s sister resort. And if you’re short on World of Hyatt points for a Punta Cana points-inspired honeymoon, consider The World of Hyatt Credit Card. Or, get credit cards like the Chase Sapphire Reserve® or Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, where Chase Ultimate Rewards points transfer 1:1 to the World of Hyatt program.

4. Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera (Mexico)

Secrets Riviera
This Secrets Resort is located on a stunning stretch of pristine sands in the Yucatan Peninsula. Image Credit: Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancun

Couples who want to escape the hustle and bustle of Cancún’s lively hotel zone should opt for the more serene, exotic escape to the Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera. This Hyatt property is located on one of the Yucatan Peninsula’s most beautiful stretches of crystalline sand between Cancún and Playa del Carmen.

Although the adults-only, all-inclusive property is large (with more than 400 rooms), and the suites feel peaceful, chic, and intimate, thanks to the infusion of natural wood and private balconies that overlook the turquoise sea. Relax by the infinity pools by day and lounge by the beach-facing firepits at night, and choose from 6 different restaurants for dining.

Honeymooners should pay a visit to the 13,000-square-foot Secrets Spa by Pevonia, which has treatment rooms, a hydrotherapy circuit, a sauna, a steam room, a juice bar, and special couples’ packages that include facials, massages, and hydrotherapy sessions.

All-inclusive room rates start at $570 or 25,000 World of Hyatt points per night. It may be worth booking one of the swim-up suites or upgrading to a Club Room Package, which includes access to the Preferred Club Lounge, personalized check-in and checkout, and other perks and benefits.

5. The House by Elegant Hotels (Barbados)

Beachfront dining at The House by Elegant Hotels
Enjoy private and romantic beach meals without a care in the world. Image Credit: The House by Elegant Hotels

This particular all-inclusive resort offers what many of the other resorts on this list (especially the Caribbean ones) do: beachfront luxury. But details set The House by Elegant Hotels apart from the others. The intimate, 34-suite property offers coveted honeymooner perks like Champagne breakfast, a 30-minute complimentary jet-lag massage upon arrival, yoga classes, afternoon tea, non-motorized water sports, and personalized ambassador service — all for free.

Suites include oceanfront or garden view balconies, French doors, custom wood furniture, marble bathrooms, and espresso machines. The Spa at The House has a special room dedicated to couples’ treatments, and the spa has its own bespoke scent, so you can forever associate it with your honeymoon. The scent blends gardenia, neroli, petitgrain, and sweet orange essential oils. The hotel is located on a stunning, exotic stretch of white sand, complete with plush loungers and umbrellas to enjoy the seafront in the utmost luxury.

With various dining options, guests have plenty of moments to hide away for what feels like a private meal. From the aforementioned Champagne breakfast and afternoon tea to private beachfront dining, in-room meals, and evening canapes, you can eat whenever you feel like it.

All-inclusive room rates for 2 start at $578 per night or 79,000 Marriott Bonvoy points.

6. Grand Velas Los Cabos (Mexico)

Grand Velas Los Cabos
All suites have ocean views at the Grand Velas Los Cabos. Image Credit: Grand Velas

Honeymooners looking for Michelin-quality meals (yes, at an all-inclusive!) and oceanfront luxury should stay at the Grand Velas Los Cabos, a hotel that repeatedly appears on best and top lists as a top hotel in Mexico and worldwide.

Although the hotel isn’t adults-only, there are adults-only dedicated spaces throughout the property, including an adults-only infinity pool that overlooks the crashing waves of the Sea of Cortez. All 307 suites at the all-suite hotel come with ocean views, and some offer private plunge pools, while others are adults-only suites that come with amenities like a terrace, Jacuzzi, exercise bike, aromatherapy kits, and more.

Diners have much to choose from, as cuisine is a focus at Grand Velas. From Mexican and French offerings to a 10-course tasting menu at Cocina de Autor, a restaurant led by chef Sidney Schutte (whose restaurant Spectrum received 2 Michelin stars), honeymooners can enjoy romantic and varied meals at Grand Velas.

The 35,000-square-foot SE Spa focuses on Mexican healing rituals, elements, and ceremonies to rejuvenate and revive. Couples can enjoy multi-sensory water experiences and couples-centric treatments such as the Meeting of Two Souls Ritual, which focuses on aromatherapy, massage, and connection.

All-inclusive room rates at the Grand Velas Los Cabos start at $1,295 per night per couple.

7. Hilton Playa del Carmen (Mexico)

Hilton Playa del Carmen
The Hilton Playa del Carmen is an adults-only, all-inclusive, all-suite resort on Mexico’s Riviera Maya. Image Credit: Hilton Playa del Carmen

The Hilton Playa del Carmen is an adults-only, all-inclusive, all-suite property that includes everything honeymooners could ever want. Besides the typical room, food, and drinks, a stay at this property includes cooking demonstrations and tequila mixology moments, Zumba and dance classes, live entertainment, in-suite room service, oceanfront dining, fully-stocked minibars, and daily activities.

Suites feature jetted tubs, floor-to-ceiling windows, private balconies with sea or garden views, and marble bathrooms (some are even swim-up). Some suite categories also come with private pool cabanas included. The hotel also wins in swimming pools, with an Olympic-size freshwater pool, a relaxation pool, and an oceanfront pool complete with activities.

The Innan Spa offers dedicated couples rituals, such as a Mayan Temazcal Ritual, a cleansing and bonding escape, or the Relax Experience, which includes water circuits, a massage, and chocolate-dipped strawberries.

Honeymooners can also speak with the hotel’s special romance concierge to organize a special Mexico honeymoon all-inclusive package (or even a destination wedding) at the hotel. Room rates for 2 start at $330 or 89,000 Hilton Honors points per night.

8. Little Palm Island Resort & Spa (Florida)

Little Palm Island outdoor tub
Little Palm Island’s SpaTerre is especially inviting. Image Credit: Little Palm Island Resort & Spa

It can be difficult to find an all-inclusive resort in the U.S., but if you’re on the hunt for an all-inclusive Florida honeymoon package, look no further than Little Palm Island Resort & Spa. The adults-only private island escape feels almost Maldivian or Bahamian, as you can arrive at the island’s white sands and clear waters by private seaplane or boat. Located just below the Florida Keys, the resort’s thatched bungalows feature amenities like outdoor soaking tubs, lounge beds, and private fire pits.

Little Palm’s main restaurant has been repeatedly voted one of the best hotel restaurants in Florida and is led by chef Brandan Mica. However, guests can also request in-room dining and private beach dinners.

We’re partial to the resort’s Romantic Embrace Package. With this package, your bungalow will be covered with candles and flower petals, and you can expect Champagne, chef’s treats, and breakfast in bed. Plan to add on the SpaTerre’s Romance Package, which includes a couple’s massage, Sundarya bath, Sundarya polish, and heart chakra ritual.

All-inclusive room rates for the Romantic Embrace Package for 2 start at $2,999 per night (the spa package is at an additional cost).

Find out about more about some of the best honeymoon spots in the U.S with our guide.

Hot Tip:

Staying at a boutique hotel for your honeymoon can be especially romantic, especially in the Florida Keys. These are our top picks for the best boutique hotels in the Florida Keys.

9. Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle (Thailand)

Four Seasons Tented Camp
A luxury tent at the Four Seasons Tented Camp in the Golden Triangle. Image Credit: Four Seasons

Couples ready for something a little different than the more traditional sun-and-sand honeymoon should consider the Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle in northern Thailand. This exotic, eco-friendly escape to a verdant, hilly wonderland makes for a”glamping” experience unlike any other.

Nature lovers will love being in the heart of the jungle, while animal enthusiasts will love the ethical interactions with elephants. Choose from lodging options like luxury tents overlooking the lush, wild flora or the Explorers Lodge, which has amenities like a private pool. But remember, glamping isn’t camping, so you’ll be far from roughing it. Tents offer opulent amenities like handcrafted soaking tubs and outdoor showers. Guests can also indulge in treatments at the Wara Cheewa Spa, stroll through the charming herb and vegetable garden, or bike around the property and its natural surroundings.

The resort’s Adventure Packages are perfect for honeymooners, including meals and experiences. Our top pick is the 4-night Adventure Package, which includes 2 separate elephant experiences, a 90-minute spa treatment for 2, a temple tour of Chiang Rai, a cultural experience, meals and drinks (including wine), a private sundowner, a wine and cheese experience, and roundtrip airport transfers between the Chiang Rai airport and the resort. Adventure Package rates for 2 start around $2,600 per night.

Hot Tip:

Getting to and from Thailand may seem daunting, but our guide to the best ways to fly to Southeast Asia can help.

10. Lake Austin Spa Resort (Texas)

Lake Austin Spa Resort
The Lake Austin Spa Resort is the perfect place for couples to relax and enjoy each other’s company. Image Credit: Lake Austin Spa Resort

This adults-only hideaway is ideal for honeymooners looking for a peaceful spa escape not too far from home. The Lake Austin Spa Resort in Texas has just 40 rooms, each decorated uniquely, complete with amenities like lake views, hot tubs, or private gardens.

Daily activities include paddleboarding clinics on the lake, guided hikes, fitness and yoga classes, culinary and cocktail classes, access to water items like kayaks and hydro bikes, and pool and spa access. The resort can also curate special couples activities, including a private boat charter, forest bathing, starlight paddling, paddle and picnic outings, and more.

Rates for 2 start at $1,081 per night, including 3 meals per day, refreshments, and access to the 25,000-square foot LakeHouse Spa, including its pools, saunas, Jacuzzis, gardens, steam rooms, plus experiences and activities. Spa treatments are at an additional cost.

11. Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos (Mexico)

Le Blanc Los Cabos
The hydrotherapy at the Le Blanc Los Cabos inspires relaxation and romance. Image Credit: Le Blanc Los Cabos

For a luxurious all-inclusive honeymoon in Mexico, Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos in Los Cabos prides itself on offering true opulence in an easy package where guests don’t have to worry about a thing. Expect amenities like fine dining, modern ocean-view rooms, butler service, top-shelf liquor, fitness classes, and complimentary hydrotherapy.

Suites feature freestanding tubs, Bvlgari bath amenities, Lavazza coffee makers, a welcome bottle of tequila, and some have postcard-perfect views of the Sea of Cortez or direct pool access. The best accommodation choice for honeymooners is definitely the Royale Honeymoon Suite Ocean View, which offers romantic ocean views and details like nightly petit fours.

Activities include TRX, aquatic fitness classes, yoga, pilates, and spinning, and the hotel can organize excursions ideal for honeymooners, such as luxury sailing, whale watching, and private dinners and tastings events.

The Le Blanc Spa is a treat for the senses, starting with the tranquil relaxation and hydrotherapy areas, which inspire honeymooners to unwind and connect. And dining is a focus, not an afterthought, at this all-inclusive resort. Cuisine options include Japanese, Italian, French, and Middle Eastern. Guests can even get craft cocktails at the bar.

Room rates for 2 start at $916 per night, and rates for the Royale Honeymoon Suite Ocean View start at $1,116 per night based on double occupancy.

12. Constance Moofushi Resort (Maldives)

Constance Moofushi
Have an overwater escape at the Constance Moofushi in the Maldives. Image Credit: Constance Moofushi

If you’re looking for that quintessential honeymoon escape — exotic sands, overwater bungalows, and a true escape to paradise — look no further than the Maldives. Planning a trip to the Maldives may seem simple, as there are several luxury resorts to choose from. But the Maldives aren’t quite like a honeymoon in Europe or even the Caribbean. Once you’ve taken a seaplane to a private island, you’re likely there for the remainder of your stay. You want to ensure your resort is one where you’re excited to spend all your time. Choosing an all-inclusive package is the way to go, as drinks and meals at the hotel can add up fast.

Enter the Constance Moofushi Resort, located on the South Ari Atoll in the midst of lagoons and a coral garden. Divers and snorkelers can head underwater at the house reef, go boating, golf, or do private wine tastings. The hotel caters to honeymooners by decking out guest rooms with romantic details or offering special couples’ experiences, like private dining or a movie on the beach.

Your toughest choice will be deciding between an overwater villa or a beach villa — you really can’t go wrong with either. The 2 restaurants and 2 bars offer guests varied cuisine options, whether you want to feel the sand between your toes as you snack or prefer something a bit more highbrow. And honeymooners must visit the overwater spa, which offers a Couples Connect package that melds body and skincare treatments with private relaxation time and spa cocktails.

All-inclusive room rates based on double occupancy start at $1,055 for a sand villa and $1,116 for a water villa per night.

13. Miraval Arizona Resort

Miraval Arizona
The Miraval Arizona is the perfect desert retreat. Image Credit: Hyatt

Couples that want a relaxing, private, and rejuvenating spa escape while enjoying the vast Sonoran landscape should consider a visit to Miraval Arizona, an adults-only hideaway where the serenity of the cacti-covered mountains perfectly intertwines with a variety of romantic and reflective activities and treatments.

The Unlimited Package includes all meals, snacks, coffee, smoothies, and non-alcoholic beverages, transportation to/from the airport, a large number of daily activities, and a $175 nightly credit that can be used for spa treatments, private sessions, or fee-based activities.

From tofu scramble and avocado toast for breakfast to squash curry and beef tenderloin for dinner, dining options are healthy, hearty, and designed for those seeking culinary wellness. Activities are also where this resort shines, with many options for couples to connect and spend quality time together. Participate in activities like equine therapy, spiritual drumming, beekeeping, crystal therapy, wine astrology, and so much more.

The Life in Balance Spa is another area where Miraval Arizona shines. With unique treatments like Vasudhara water therapy or Qi Awakening and more traditional treatments like couples massages and skincare rituals, honeymooners are spoiled for choice.

Unlimited Package rates start at $1,300 or 57,500 World of Hyatt points per night for 2.

Hot Tip:

Honeymooners with a stash of World of Hyatt points can redeem them at Miraval properties, including Miraval Arizona. However, Miraval also has its own loyalty program called Miraval Authentic Circle.

14. Necker Island (British Virgin Islands)

Necker island view
For the utmost privacy, consider Necker Island. Image Credit: Necker Island

This 74-acre paradise is an exclusive escape in the British Virgin Islands for the ultimate private island, all-inclusive luxury honeymoon. Owned by the one and only Richard Branson, the only place to stay on the island is the 48-room Necker Island Resort throughout its different outcrops: The Great House, Bali Lo Complex, Bali High Complex, and Temple House.

We’re partial to the Bali High Complex, specifically the Bali Cliff Suite, which invites privacy and intimacy thanks to its location on the cliff’s edge, complete with an outdoor shower, bathroom, and private plunge pool. However, you can’t go wrong with any of the accommodations offering stunning tropical views.

This is the island to visit if you’re really looking for privacy. There are no other resorts on the island, so you can expect a tranquil, magical escape from pretty much everything. However, there’s still much to do — tennis, kitesurfing, wakeboarding, swimming, viewing wildlife like flamingos and tortoises, or relaxing by the pool, at the beach, or in a hammock.

All-inclusive rates (accommodation, meals, drinks, and water sports equipment) for the Bali Cliff start at $7,000 per night. Specific dates of the year cater to adults only and may be better for honeymooners. If money is no object, you can rent the entire island out, whether for you and your partner or with all your family and friends, for $134,500. Rates increase to $140,000 in 2024. It is also possible to redeem Virgin Points for a stay at Necker Island.

15. Ikos Dassia (Greece)

Ikos Dassia
Enjoy the romance of Greece at the Ikos Dassia in Corfu. Image Credit: Ikos Dassia.

The idyllic 25-acre Ikos Dassia sits on the island of Corfu, perfect for guests who want to enjoy peaceful intimacy at the hotel but also want to explore the local delights of Corfu. Although the resort isn’t adults-only, honeymooners can opt for more private room options like the garden bungalows or the deluxe beachfront suites, which have amenities like private gardens or pools.

Stays at Ikos Dassia include on-site Michelin-star and oceanview dining and the coveted dine-out program, where guests can dine at local restaurants as part of the all-inclusive plan. Guests also get free entrance to various cultural sites and museums in Corfu.

Honeymooners don’t have to forgo fitness while at Ikos Dassia, with classes like yoga, pilates, cardio, TRX, and aqua aerobics classes. The hotel also features basketball courts, tennis courts, and beach volleyball. There’s also the Ikos Spa by Anne Senomin Paris, which has an indoor heated pool and a sauna.

All-inclusive room rates based on double occupancy start at $420 per night, while suites and bungalows start at around $600 per night.

Final Thoughts

An all-inclusive honeymoon can make your life easier, especially if you’re busy planning a wedding and don’t have much time to research and organize activities and dining in your chosen honeymoon destination. It’s ideal for couples who want privacy and relaxation in a beautiful setting. Consider one of these all-inclusive resorts and packages from Thailand to Mexico or Texas to make your honeymoon extra special.

For further reading, check out our guide on the best places to honeymoon on a budget.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which is the best honeymoon package?

The best honeymoon package varies depending on your interests, budget, and location. If you love the beach, the best honeymoon package may be an all-inclusive resort in the Caribbean. However, a honeymoon package in the U.S. could be a good fit if you’re on a budget. Adventurous honeymooners should consider packages in destinations such as Thailand or the Maldives.

How do I choose a honeymoon destination?

Choose a honeymoon destination based on your interests, budget, location, and time of year. For example, getting to the Bahamas from Miami is fairly simple, but if you live in Los Angeles, you might choose Hawaii. Don’t forget to consider the weather — you’ll want to steer clear of the Caribbean during hurricane season. Finally, consider your budget and interests. Those who hate the beach may opt for a mountain destination instead.

How much is a honeymoon package?

You can find a honeymoon based no matter what your budget is. Usually, a package for 2, including airfare, may run between $5,000 and $ 8,000 for a honeymoon, but if you have airline miles or hotel points, these costs can be reduced significantly. Likewise, a honeymoon package in a more affordable destination may cost less, or choosing a destination closer to home means you can drive and save on airfare.

Do couples pay for their own honeymoon?

Couples usually pay for their own honeymoon. However, many couples use websites like Honeyfund instead of a more traditional wedding registry, where guests can contribute to honeymoon costs.

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Lori is an intrepid traveler who loves creating itineraries that exude “luxe on a budget.” She’s written for CNN, NBC, The Infatuation, and more, and loves to muse about points-fueled trips to Sri Lanka, Sicily, and Myanmar.

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