Top 10 All Inclusive Hotels
5* Jebel Ali has an extensive dine-around programme for all inclusive guests, with a choice of 15 restaurants and bars, including the floating restaurant DiVAZ and White Orchid restaurant with its traditional Teppanyaki table, for lunch, dinner and snacks. A delicious buffet breakfast is served at Ibn Majed restaurant. Those aged 21 and over can enjoy house wine, beer and pouring spirits. All inclusive here is not limited to food and drink, but includes watersports such as wind surfing, kayaking and catamaran sailing. Also included are traditional camel rides, to immerse yourself in Arabian culture. Children have free access to the CoolZone club, which provides buffet dinners and evening activities as well.
LUX* Maldives is located on one of the world's best diving sites. The resort offers a choice of all inclusive packages, Infinity or Pure Discovery, including dine around in five restaurants, free tennis, non motorised water sports, room service (tray charge added). Upgrade to Pure Discovery and you’ll receive two spa treatments per stay as well as having your mini bar included, a chef signature beach dinner, a beach breakfast and a choice of optional extras including dives or excursions. LUX* Maldives is also family friendly, with a kids' club, adjoining rooms and family water villas.
St James Club's beautiful location boasts two white sandy beaches, each has its own distinct personality - the calm Mamora Bay and the exciting surf of Coco Beach. There are a selection of dining options including the lush Rainbow Garden and The Docksider with stunning views of Mamora Bay and Caribbean inspired cuisine and Italian. All inclusive includes meals and late night snacks, all beverages including tropical coolers, Caribbean beers and house wines, as well as full use of watersports facilties, tennis, ping pong and more.
Meeru Island Resort is secluded and peaceful as it is the only resort on Meerufenfushi Island on the eastern side of North Male Atoll, which helps nurture it’s relaxed atmosphere, with many guests spending their holiday barefoot. The all inclusive package includes all meals, afternoon tea, ‘all you can drink’ beverage rule, use of the fitness centre, kayaks, tennis, volleyball and badminton courts as well as some fantastic experiences such as a snorkelling, windsurfing and golfing lesson as well as a sunset cruise.
With its comprehensive ‘Pure Discovery’ all inclusive option featuring a dine around programme, spa treatments, cooking lesson, tennis coaching session to improve that all important back hand, catamaran excursion and many other special additions for all ages. The hotel is located on a stunning stretch of beach and if you ever get tired of sun bathing, there’s a vast array of other activities to keep you busy including water sports, mini golf and mountain bikes. It also has one of the largest pools on the island. For an all round great place to stay with everything included, it’s a winner.
The Grand Mirage Resort and Thalasso Bali is an impressive, relaxed hotel, located on the beachfront. Deluxe rooms and suites overlook the ocean waves whilst the newly renovated Deluxe Garden rooms open onto hidden ponds, statues and well landscaped gardens. The deluxe all inclusive package includes dining and room service, extensive water sports facilities, laundry service, games room, fitness centre, tennis courts. The resort also has lively entertainment, shopping arcades, an ice cream parlour and the Nusa Dua Golf and Country Club is only a short distance away.
Heritage Awali is set on a long stretch of beach against the backdrop of a towering mountain range and golfers, this is one for you. Not only is the Heritage Awali one of the most popular hotels on Mauritius, but the all inclusive package includes unlimited green fees at the Heritage Golf Club. You also have access to Domaine de Bel Ombre restaurants and bars. The hotel also offers a wealth of activities including mountain bikes, archery, beach soccer, board games and two tennis courts.
The “Endless Privileges®” package at this wonderful hotel offers fantastic all inclusive value in an uber-luxury setting. Private chauffeured transfers, a daily bottle of champagne, 24-hour room service, a one hour catamaran sunset cruise, a Thalasso Seawater Experience, daily shopping excursions by boat and gourmet dining are just some of the benefits of this superb package. It also offers unlimited premium brand beverages which you won’t see too often at all inclusive hotels. We are particularly fond of the Bvlgari® amenities in the bathroom.
Although not bearing the most traditional name, The BodyHoliday really does live up to its name. It’s the ultimate in all inclusive resorts offering a holiday for your mind, body and soul. Spa bunnies need look no further then the resort facilities where you'll get one treatment every day of your holiday (except on arrival and departure days) included in the price. If that is not enough, the range of sporting activities will keep the biggest of the active holiday goers engaged. That’s why The BodyHoliday makes our top 10 in all inclusive hotels.
Private Islands , Seychelles
This is the first Seychelles resort to offer all inclusive with dine around in five of its restaurants. Premium spirits are included and wines (including unlimited French champagne by the glass after 6pm), mini bar drinks and many activities such as bike tours, tennis and non-motorised water sports. If you’re bringing small children, the all inclusive package is free for little ones under five. What’s more, it starts as soon as you arrive right up until you leave, regardless of check in and check out times. This hotel will appeal to families too with its children’s club and babysitting services.