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Escape to Paradise: 20 Top Adults-Only All-Inclusive Resorts [2023]

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All-inclusive vacations are a fantastic idea for family trips because of the money you could save by including food and drink in the price of your vacation. This resort-style trip has become increasingly popular in the last several years, especially with so many of the major hotel chains adding them to their portfolios.

However, what about travelers who don’t have kids? Even better, what about those that just don’t want kids around at their resort? There’s a time and a place when all you want is a quiet place to relax and enjoy your partner or friends on a group trip.

There are plenty of fabulous adults-only all-inclusive resorts to choose from. Here’s our complete guide to choosing the right one for you.

The Rules of Adults-Only Resorts

There’s really only 1 rule per se when it comes to an adults-only all-inclusive resort: all guests must be at least 18 years old. Usually. As you’ll see, some resorts in Europe call themselves adults-only but allow guests as young as 14 years old. Those in their late 20s and beyond might be put off by an 18 and over crowd, but it’s true that in most places outside of the U.S., the drinking age is 18, and guests of that age are thus treated as adults.

Adults-only all-inclusive resorts work the same way as those all-inclusive resorts that allow children or those under 18 years old. For the rate you pay per night, you receive food and drinks as well as most on-property amenities like a pool, fitness center, and water sports equipment rentals.

Some adults-only resorts take it a step further and require that all guests be in a couple, meaning they do not allow solo travelers. Another niche of this resort style is “au naturel,” or areas of the resort that are clothing optional or no clothing allowed. You’re not going to find that at a family-friendly all-inclusive resort.

Where To Find Adults-Only All-Inclusive Resorts

All-inclusive resorts are plentiful in the Caribbean and Mexico, but they can also be found in Central America, Europe, and the U.S.

It’s easy to see if an all-inclusive resort is adults-only because it will typically be prominently displayed on their website.

Hot Tip:

To find out more about the criteria of an all-inclusive property, check out our complete guide to all-inclusive resorts.

The 5 Best Adults-Only All-Inclusive Resorts in the Caribbean

1. The Caves Hotel (Jamaica)

The Caves Jamaica
The Caves Hotel in Negril, Jamaica, is the opposite of a mega-resort, with only 12 rooms and homecooked meals. Image Credit: The Caves Hotel

With only 12 rooms, The Caves Hotel in Negril, Jamaica, is perfect for couples looking to feel secluded on vacation. Adults are considered 16 years old or older at this hotel, and the property is located close to Negril’s famous Seven Mile Beach.

Each cottage at The Caves Hotel is built into the cliff and offers 1 or 2 bedrooms. Mini-kitchenettes can be found in the 2-bedroom cottages. For groups in need of 3 or 4 bedrooms, there’s Clandestino, the hotel’s private villa. The villa comes with a full kitchen and a private pool with the option of room-only rates or all-inclusive rates.

On-site amenities include non-motorized water sports like kayaks, snorkeling, and swimming. A water sports director and cliff diving expert are available to arrange snorkeling in the caves or assist in trying your hand at cliff diving from the hotel. There is also an on-property spa.

There are 3 dining options at The Caves Hotel. Guests can enjoy traditional Caribbean cuisine at Bamboo Terrace, homemade banana pancakes at The Gazebo, or catch the best sunset views for a romantic evening at The Sands. Enjoying a cocktail at Blackwell Rum Bar, located in a cave, is sure to be the highlight of your stay.

Room rates at The Caves Hotel start at $560 per night for 2 adults.

2. Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana (Dominican Republic)

Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana
Gorgeous views from Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana. Image Credit: Hyatt

Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana is a popular adults-only all-inclusive resort in Cap Cana, Dominican Republic, just 15 minutes from Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ). Hyatt Zilara is the adults-only counterpart of the family-friendly Hyatt Ziva brand.

At Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana, guests can enjoy common all-inclusive amenities such as unlimited food and drink, swim-up bars, and spa facilities. Non-motorized water sports, water volleyball, and live entertainment are just some of the ways to spend your day.

However, what makes Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana different from other adults-only all-inclusive resorts is the water park. Water parks are usually reserved for family vacations, but this resort takes the lazy river to a new level of relaxation. Plus, there are 3 waterslides for the more adventurous kids at heart.

Among the accommodation types available, there are swim-up suites, oceanview and oceanfront rooms, and 1-bedroom suites. Club Level rooms come with additional amenities such as private check-in and checkout, access to the Club Level Lounge, and a private pool exclusively for Club Level guests.

Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana is a World of Hyatt all-inclusive resort. Rooms are available starting at $552 or 35,000 World of Hyatt points per night for 2 adults.

3. Jade Mountain Resort (St. Lucia)

Jade Mountain beach resort
Jade Mountain in St. Lucia is one of the Caribbean’s most luxurious and romantic resorts. Image Credit: Jade Mountain

Jade Mountain in St. Lucia is a luxury resort with an all-inclusive package option that includes all meals and most drinks. Guests can also choose a room rate that includes breakfast and dinner daily or no meals at all.

The all-inclusive package at Jade Mountain includes the tennis court and equipment, non-motorized watersports such as kayaks, yoga, and beach chairs. The hotel can arrange additional activities such as hike and bike tours, whale watching, rum-tasting excursions, and so much more.

This resort is a great option for adults or couples whose motivation for a vacation is to relax undisturbed. There are no televisions, radios, or telephones in guest rooms — called “sanctuaries” — but phones and other business services are available at reception. Wi-Fi is available in the sanctuaries and guest rooms, and the resort asks that guests keep their phones on vibrate. Cell phones are not permitted in public areas.

Each sanctuary features unobstructed views of the Pitons (2 dormant volcanoes) and the Caribbean Sea.

Rates vary depending on which rate, meal plan (if any), and sanctuary you choose. Rates start at $1,385 per night based on single or double occupancy.

4. Sandals Grenada (Grenada)

Sandals Grenada
Sandals Grenada is ranked as the #1 Sandals resort. Image Credit: Sandals Grenada

Sandals Grenada is located in the West Indies and is known as Spice Island, thanks to its production of spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg, and turmeric. Sandals Grenada, an adults-only all-inclusive resort, is one of the top-rated Sandals resorts in the Caribbean.

With an incredible 22 room categories to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect accommodations for a romantic getaway. Most rooms come with a soaking tub, while the higher-level rooms come with a butler. All rooms come with unlimited food and drinks as well as round-trip airport transfers from Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND), Grenada’s largest airport.

On-property activities include kayaks, windsurfing, snorkeling, and PADI-certified scuba diving. There’s also nightly entertainment at the resort in the form of talent shows and live bands. A fitness center, spa, 5 pools, and 2 hot tubs round out some of the resort’s best offerings. And when you’re ready to venture off-property for excursions such as an island tour or boat trip, the resort will help arrange this for you, too.

Sandals Grenada has 10 restaurants and 6 bars in addition to room service. Dining options range from an informal British pub to the French eatery Le Jardinier. Other restaurants include Mediterranean seafood restaurant Neptunes, Japanese teppanyaki restaurant Kimonos, and Spices Caribbean Cuisine.

Rates at Sandals Grenada start at $313 per person per night.

5. Sanctuary Cap Cana, a Luxury Collection Adult All-Inclusive Resort, Dominican Republic

Sanctuary Cap Cana
Sanctuary Cap Cana is located inside of a gated community in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Image Credit: Sanctuary Cap Cana

Sanctuary Cap Cana in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, recently underwent a $45 million renovation to its suites, fitness center, spa, and restaurants. The luxury resort also sits on a private beach.

Guests can spend their time lounging by the pool or renting water sports equipment from the beach shack, such as paddle boards. Daily activities offered by the resort include Spanish lessons, bocce ball, or beach ball, and there’s nightly entertainment such as cocktail parties. There are 6 pools to choose from, including a swim-up bar and a saltwater pool.

Lastly, this resort also offers what it calls Epicurean Moments, where guests can learn about Dominican cuisine and the island’s heritage.

The resort has 5 à la carte restaurants, 7 bars and lounges, and 24-hour room service. Some cuisine choices include an American-style steakhouse, a restaurant that serves Northern Italian fare, and seafood restaurant Blue Marlin. Guests can try tropical cocktails at Destination Bar or have a low-key night at the resort’s piano bar, Love Bar.

Rates at Sanctuary Cap Cana start at $472 per night for 2 adults. As the hotel participates in Marriott Bonvoy, award nights start at 132,000 points per night.

The 5 Best Adults-Only All-Inclusive Resorts in Mexico

1. Casa Velas (Puerto Vallarta)

Casa Velas Puerto Vallarta
Casa Velas has ranked among the top 3 best resorts in Puerto Vallarta on Trip Advisor for 10 years. Image Credit: Casa Velas

Casa Velas is conveniently located within minutes of downtown Puerto Vallarta and has beachfront views and access. The award-winning boutique hotel also offers guests round-trip transportation, food and beverage, hotel beach club access, and more.

The all-inclusive rate at Casa Velas includes discounted golf at Marina Vallarta & Vista Vallarta Golf Clubs, an in-suite minibar and snacks, and room service. There are daily activities available to all guests, such as yoga and sound therapy, guided meditations, and tequila and wine tastings. Guests can also spend their time enjoying a massage or wellness treatment at the on-property spa.

In addition to room service, Casa Velas has 1 restaurant and 1 bar. Emiliano serves gourmet Mexican food during breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Aqua Bar is a swim-up pool and beach bar that serves cocktails from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Room rates at Casa Velas start at $590 per night for 2 guests.

Hot Tip:

Looking for more luxury accommodations near Puerto Vallarta? Here is our guide to the best Puerto Vallarta resorts that you can stay at with points.

2. Excellence Playa Mujeres (Cancún)

Excellence Playa Mujeres
Excellence Playa Mujeres is a top-rated adults-only all-inclusive resort in Cancún, Mexico. Image Credit: Excellence Playa Mujers

Excellence Playa Mujeres is located less than an hour from Cancún International Airport (CUN) and 40 minutes from the center of Isla Mujeres.

The luxury adults-only all-inclusive resort boasts tons of activities for vacationers, including 7 pools, 4 Jacuzzis, and 5 pool-integrated whirlpools.

Other included amenities are volleyball, kayak rentals, sailing, and paddleboarding. Group activities offered by the resort include yoga, jogging, and water polo, and there‘s also a fitness center. For an additional fee, guests can partake in deep-sea fishing and private yacht excursions.

There are 2 levels of suites at Excellence Playa Mujeres: Suites and Excellence Club Suites. Each class of suites has a variety of room types, including pool and ocean views and plunge and private pools. Guests staying in Excellence Club Suites get additional perks such as 2 private pools, a private check-in lounge, and upgraded in-suite premium liquor and wine. The price difference between the 2 categories starts at $100 more for an Excellence Club Suite.

There are almost a dozen restaurants to choose from at the resort. Cuisines include Mexican, Indian, and French. The Kitchen Table offers a breakfast buffet in the morning before changing into an Italian trattoria featuring handmade pasta for lunchtime.

Rates at Excellence Playa Mujeres start at $517 per night for 2 adults.

3. Hyatt Zilara Cancun

Hyatt Zilara Cancun
Sunset at Hyatt Zilara Cancun. Image Credit: Hyatt

Hyatt Zilara Cancun is another location of the adults-only all-inclusive World of Hyatt brand. The hotel is conveniently located in Cancún’s hotel zone, close to the hustle and bustle of the popular vacation spot.

At Hyatt Zilara Cancun, guests can spend their time participating in a number of daily activities, such as trivia or live entertainment. Non-motorized water sports, volleyball, and water aerobics are also available.

Amenities include a beachfront infinity pool with a swim-up bar and an Olympic-sized lap pool. Available on-property offerings that require an additional fee include spa treatments and romantic dinners on the beach.

There are a dozen restaurants and bars to choose from at Hyatt Zilara Cancun. Informal and formal options abound with places such as Cantina La Adelita, which serves seafood, and Maria Marie, which serves gourmet Mexican. Chef’s Plate offers a 5-course meal with wine pairing available with the room rate to guests staying in Ocean View Swim Up King Suites and the Presidential Suite. Other room categories can enjoy Chef’s Plate for an additional fee.

Hyatt Zilara Cancun is a World of Hyatt all-inclusive resort. Rooms are available starting at $420 or 35,000 World of Hyatt points per night for 2 adults.

4. Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos

The pool at Le Blanc Cabo San Lucas
Lounge by the infinity pool at Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos. Image Credit: Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos

Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos is an adults-only all-inclusive resort that features butler service, fine dining, and luxury accommodations. There are 2 Le Blanc Spa Resort locations in Mexico: Los Cabos and Cancún.

Similar to most resorts in Los Cabos, the water is not swimmable at the beach where this resort is located. But the hotel itself more than makes up for the lack of ocean swimming.

In addition to fitness offerings such as paddleboard yoga, pilates, and personal training, Le Blanc Spa Resort offers what it calls Blanc Experiences. These private tours are an additional cost but can be worth it for adventures such as whale watching on a luxury catamaran and private dinners and tastings.

There’s also a spa where you can enjoy complimentary hydrotherapy sessions and a butler available to all guests.

Dining options at Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos include Habibi, serving Lebanese cuisine, and French restaurant Lumière. Asian restaurant Hama serves Chinese, Japanese, and Thai food, while Bella serves traditional Italian. Among other options, guests can enjoy seafood, a buffet, and a café.

Rates at Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos start at $920 per night for 2 adults.

5. Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancun

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

Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancun sits on 500 acres of oceanfront in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. The World of Hyatt all-inclusive brand is one of several across Mexico, the Caribbean, and Europe.

Guests are encouraged to spend time in the water at this adults-only resort which offers 2 pools, 2 outdoor hot tubs, and a pool concierge.

Other included activities at the resort include snorkeling, non-motorized water sports, wine and paint classes, and more. Spa by Pevonia, a staple of the Secrets Resorts brand, offers treatments such as a papaya-pineapple crème fraîche body wrap and couples massage.

There are over a dozen bars and restaurants to enjoy at Secrets Maroma Riviera Cancun. Barefoot Grill serves light lunch specialties outdoors, while Bourdeaux is the resort’s French restaurant.

Secrets Maroma Beach Resort is a World of Hyatt all-inclusive resort. Rooms are available starting at $825 or 25,000 World of Hyatt points per night for 2 adults.

The 5 Best Adults-Only All-Inclusive Resorts in Europe

1. AluaSoul Mallorca Resort (Spain)

AluaSoul Mallorca

AluaSoul Mallorca Resort is an adults-only all-inclusive resort with a twist: “adults” are considered 16 years old and older. The resort offers direct access to Cala Egos Beach and is very close to the village of Cala d’Or.

Understandably, the beach is the main attraction at this resort, but guests can also spend their time at the pool or lounging by the water. Kentia Beach Club is an à la carte restaurant on the beach where you can enjoy snacks and drinks.

There are 6 restaurants and 4 bars included in the room rate at AluaSoul, starting with Marea, the resort’s Mediterranean restaurant. Other cuisines to check out include grilled specialties such as hamburgers at Mesa and Italian food at La Trattoria.

Guests can choose from a variety of rooms, including those in the “My Favorite Club” category. This category of guest room comes with additional perks like an exclusive pool and personalized reception area. These rooms are also the largest in the resort and feature the best view. You can expect a welcome letter and bottle of red wine at check-in from the general manager as well.

AluaSoul Mallorca Resort is a World of Hyatt all-inclusive resort. Rooms are available starting at €245 (~$266) or 18,000 World of Hyatt points per night for 2 adults.

2. Falkensteiner Hotel Adriana (Croatia)

Falkensteiner Hotel Adriana Croatia
Falkensteiner Hotel Adriana is an all-inclusive resort option in Zadar, Croatia. Image Credit: Falkensteiner Hotel Adriana

Falkensteiner Hotel Adriana is an adults-only all-inclusive resort in Zadar, Croatia, on the Dalmatian Coast. Similar to AluaSoul Mallorca, adults are classified as much younger than they would be in the U.S. — guests as young as 14 years old are allowed at this adults-only resort.

Despite there being teenagers at this resort, Falkensteiner makes it easy to relax with group exercise and yoga offerings, bike rentals, and sunbathing areas. The resort is also just a few minutes by car to the center of Zadar, making it an ideal accommodation for exploring.

All meals are served at Restaurant Magnolia, including a 6-course dinner every evening. The 2 bar options are Adriana Bar and Pool Bar. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks are included in the “Full Indulgence” rate.

Room rates at Falkensteiner Hotel Adriana with full board and drinks start at €164 (~$178) per night for 2 adults.

3. Mayia Exclusive Resort & Spa (Greece)

Mayia Exclusive Resort Spa
Mayia Exclusive Resort & Spa overlooks the Aegen Sea on the Greek Island of Rhodes. Image Credit: Mayia Exclusive Resort & Spa

Mayia Exclusive Resort & Spa is located in Rhodes, Greece, a 3-hour plane ride from Athens and southwest of Türkiye. The minimum age for guests here is 16 years old.

The premium hotel features luxury accommodations, dining, and beverage options. Amenities include the use of sunbeds and umbrellas and the Mayia Spa facilities, such as the sauna and heated indoor pool. Spa treatments include a bronzing massage and an Aegeo Spas ritual massage, a treatment exclusive to this spa that utilizes bespoke blended massage oils.

There are dance and mixology classes offered, and there’s also an in-house nightclub. A fitness studio is also available.

The hotel’s main restaurant, Waterfront, serves gourmet Mediterranean food and is available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. À la carte restaurants include Al Dente, which serves Italian, Asian restaurant Wasabi, and Greek restaurant Thymari, exclusively serving dinner. There are 4 on-property bars, including a wine and Champagne bar and a beach bar.

Room rates at Mayia Exclusive Resort & Spa start at $596 per night for 2 adults.

4. Priedelhof Luxury DolceVita Resort (Italy)

Priedelhof Luxury DolceVita Resort

Priedelhof Luxury DolceVita Resort in South Tyrol, Italy, is a 5-star wellness resort in Northern Italy. The minimum age to stay at this resort is 16.

The wellness and medical spa features health check-ups, anti-aging treatments, and other aesthetic medicine. There are also 6 pools and 4 Jacuzzis, along with a 6-story sauna tower with 16 steam baths.

If you prefer, you can have a more active vacation with mountain biking, hiking, and golf in South Tyrol.

Priedelhof Luxury DolceVita Resort offers a luxury 3/4 board that includes a buffet breakfast, lunch and afternoon buffet, and dinner. Dinner is a 6- or 7-course meal with wine pairings and regional delicacies.

There is only 1 restaurant at Priedelhof Luxury DolceVita Resort, but guests have reciprocal benefits at the other 4 DolceVita hotels in South Tyrol, all located within 19 miles of each other. You can also take advantage of the other resorts’ spas and fitness offerings.

Standard room rates with 3/4 board at Priedelhof Luxury DolceVita Resort start at €227 (~$247) per night for 2 adults.

5. Secrets Lanzarote Resort & Spa (Spain)

Secrets Lanzarote Resort Spa
Secrets Lanzarote Resort & Spa with the scenery of the Canary Islands as its background. Image Credit: Secrets Lanzarote Resort & Spa

Secrets Lanzarote Resort & Spa is located on the island of Lanzarote in Spain’s Canary Islands. Lanzarote is a 45-minute plane ride from Gran Canaria and this resort welcomes guests aged 18 and older.

There are 4 heated outdoor pools, as well as a fitness studio, bike rental station, tennis courts, and padel court. You can also arrange for boat trips to go scuba diving and snorkeling for an additional fee directly from the hotel.

Among the usual restaurants offered at Secrets Resorts around the world, guests can indulge in sushi bar Gohan and Bluewater Grill, the resort’s steakhouse. La Habana is open in the evening for cocktails at the resort’s outdoor bar, while Sugar Reef is the beach club bar that’s also open in the evening. Sports bar Half Time is another libation option.

In addition to a variety of accommodation options, including swim-up suites, there are Club Level rooms that offer extra perks. Some of these benefits include access to the Preferred Club Lounge, upgraded bath amenities, and a personal concierge.

Secrets Lanzarote Resort & Spa is a World of Hyatt all-inclusive resort. Rooms are available starting at €168 (~$183) or 17,000 World of Hyatt points per night for 2 adults.

Best Adults-Only All-Inclusive Resorts in the U.S.

1. Bungalows Key Largo (Florida)

Bungalows Key Largo
Bungalows Key Largo is an adults-only all-inclusive resort for ages 21 and older. Image Credit: Bungalows Key Largo

Bungalows Key Largo is conveniently located on the largest of the Florida Keys, just 60 miles and about an hour’s drive south of Miami.

In addition to most food and drinks, there are a lot of activities and other amenities included in the room rate.

Kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, snorkel gear, and water trikes can all be rented directly from the resort. Group yoga classes, daily and night entertainment, and transportation within a 5-mile radius are just some of the additional amenities that you can take advantage of.

There are 5 bars and restaurants to choose from at Bungalows Key Largo, with cuisines that include Mexican food, seafood, and casual dining. Bogie & Bacall’s is the resort’s fine dining restaurant. Top-shelf beer, wine, and spirits are included in the all-inclusive rate. In-room dining is an additional fee.

Room rates at Bungalows Key Largo start at $799 per night for 2 adults.

2. Lake Austin Spa Resort (Texas)

Lake Austin spa resort
Lake Austin Spa Resort is an adults-only spa resort located in the Texas Hill Country on Lake Austin. Image Credit: Lake Austin Spa Resort

Lake Austin Spa Resort in Texas is a wellness spa resort with a full schedule of activities for guests to participate in. The resort takes full advantage of lake activities and group experiences at this privately-owned property in the Texas Hill Country.

Among the various activities to spend your time doing at Lake Austin Spa Resort are wake surfing, a sundown wine cruise, and boat dock boot camp. Guests can also join culinary, dance, and fitness classes, as well as spend time in nature on a hike. Private experiences include personal training, nutrition and stress-management consultation, and health and wellness assessments.

Seasonal dishes are served for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the resort’s lakefront dining room. All food is sourced locally. Your room rate includes 3 meals, snacks, and complimentary room service per day. The Aster Café is also available to all-inclusive guests for lunch, snacks, and drinks.

Room rates at Lake Austin Spa Resort start at $1,100 per night for 2 adults.

3. Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa

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

Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa in Tucson is one of 4 Miraval wellness resorts in the U.S. and Saudi Arabia. Miraval is best known for its all-inclusive wellness and retreat offerings.

Before booking a stay at Miraval Arizona, you can create a wishlist of activities and a plan for spending your time. Once you’ve planned your schedule, you can book your stay online or through the resort’s Experience Team.

The packages at Miraval are all-inclusive and priced per person. There’s a daily schedule of activities that includes hikes, bike riding, wellness lectures, and yoga. Food options include gourmet snacks, smoothies, all meals, and non-alcoholic drinks.

The resort gives guests a $175 resort credit per night that can be used at the spa, for specialty workshops, and more.

Miraval is a World of Hyatt resort. Rooms are available starting at $937 per person per night. Redemption rates start at 40,000 World of Hyatt points per night for 1 adult.

4. Triple Creek Ranch (Montana)

Triple Creek Ranch Darby Montana
Triple Creek Ranch is a Relais & Chateau member hotel. Image Credit: Triple Creek Ranch

Triple Creek Ranch is located in Bitterroot Valley in the Montana Rockies. The luxury ranch resort features private log luxury cabins and ranch home accommodations for its adult guests.

Like at an all-inclusive resort located in a beach destination, a ranch resort includes outdoor activities that are typical of its location and vary by season. Flyfishing, horseback riding, alpine rafting, dogsledding, and frontier skills are just a few of the offers on the daily schedule of activities at Triple Creek Ranch.

The ranch serves gourmet meals with local ingredients. The menu is often decided the day of, with wine pairings available for dinner. Sample dishes include slow-roasted pork ribs and seared sage and mustard pheasant.

Accommodations range in size up to 3,600 square feet with multiple bedrooms to accommodate up to 6 guests in a single cabin. The larger cabins come with a full kitchen.

All-inclusive rates at Triple Creek Ranch start at $1,300 per night for 2 adults.

Hot Tip:

Luxury dude ranches can be found in Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming and offer a unique experience of working a ranch while enjoying 5-star amenities.

5. The Lodge at Woodloch (Pennsylvania)

The Lodge at Woodloch Pennsylvania
The Lodge at Woodloch is an all-inclusive wellness resort in Poconos, Pennslyvania. Image Credit: The Lodge at Woodloch

The Lodge at Woodloch is a wellness resort located in Hawley, Pennsylvania, in the Poconos Mountains. The Poconos, a popular winter getaway for skiing, snowboarding, and more, is a little less than a 3-hour drive from New York City. In the summer, visitors can explore hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails and other outdoor activities.

The all-inclusive rate at The Lodge at Woodloch includes accommodations as well as 3 meals and countless activities. Guest speakers, wellness workshops, and scheduled group fitness and outdoor activities are just some of the ways you could spend your vacation.

The spa offers facials, massages, salon services, and amenities such as saunas and hot tubs. Guests can try specialty bodywork offered by the spa as well, such as reiki, reflexology, and shamanic energy healing.

All-inclusive rates at The Lodge at Woodloch start at $1,098 per night for 2 adults.

Best Way To Book an All-Inclusive Vacation

While some of the all-inclusive resorts on this list are part of World Of Hyatt or Marriott Bonvoy and are therefore bookable with hotel points, a lot of all-inclusive resorts are not part of large hotel brands. In this case, it’s important to consider how you book your stay if you’re trying to make the most of your investment.

Some credit cards earn bonus points when booking hotels through their portal. For example, you can earn 10x miles per dollar spent at hotels booked through the Capital One Travel portal with the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card. You could also elect to use a credit card that earns bonus points on travel booked anywhere. The Chase Sapphire Reserve® earns 3x points per dollar on travel and comes with an annual travel statement credit of $300.

Final Thoughts

There are adults-only all-inclusive resort options for any type of traveler, whether you prefer the beach or the mountains. Keep in mind that some adults-only resorts in Europe allow guests as young as 14 years old to stay, while others have a minimum age requirement of 21 years old. Either way, you’re bound to have a relaxing vacation solo, with a partner, or with a group.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Secret resorts clothing optional?

No, Secrets Resorts are not generally clothing optional. You can find clothing-optional resorts by searching for “au naturel.”

What does adults-only mean when booking a hotel?

An adults-only hotel means that children or those under 18 are generally not allowed. As some of the hotels and resorts on our list will show you, however, sometimes “adult” means as young as 14 years old.

Are couples resorts adults-only?

As the name would suggest, couples resorts are only for couples as well as adults only. Single travelers are not allowed at couples resorts.

What can you expect at an adults-only resort?

At an adults-only resort, you can expect more luxurious accommodations and fewer kid-friendly amenities. For example, an adults-only resort isn’t likely to have water slides and definitely won’t have a kids’ club.

Why is Sandals adults-only?

Sandals is a premier all-inclusive resort brand in the Caribbean that caters to couples. In order to give you a romantic and relaxing vacation, children are not allowed at the resorts.

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Ashley discovered a love for travel in college that’s continued as her family has grown. She loves showing parents how they can take their families on trips using points and has contributed to numerous publications and podcasts.

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