Best Luxury All-Inclusive Resorts in the World 2021

Best Luxury All-Inclusive Resorts 

in the World 2021

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⏩ Jumby Bay Island - an Oetker Collection Hotel, Antigua

On a palm-studded private island in Antigua rimmed by dazzling beaches, Jumby Bay is tropical elegance at its best.

One of the top luxury all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean, Jumby Bay offers all the expected luxuries and modern conveniences of a 5-star resort but in a peaceful pocket of paradise. 

The entire island is car-free, but you can explore it on a bike and soak up the relaxed pace of life.

Jumby Bay is known for its doting staff, who provide impeccable service with a warm smile. 

World-class cuisine infused with tropical flavors stars at the fine-dining restaurant, but you can also dine by the pool and beach.

Despite the remote feel of the setting, you can still stay connected to the outside world. 

The 40 air-conditioned luxury guest rooms and villas come with all the modern conveniences, including large flat-screen TVs, Bose sound systems, Nespresso coffee makers, and Wi-Fi. 

But they also have timeless romantic features that couples love, including four-poster beds dressed in Italian linens, wraparound terraces, and private outdoor gardens with rain showers.

Red-roofed villas and houses add extra luxuries, like private chefs, personal butlers, and swimming pools. No wonder this is one of the best luxury resorts in the world.

When you're not basking under rustling palms on the beach, you can work out at the gym, swim in the infinity pool, play tennis or golf, or succumb to a pampering session at the spa.

Eco-conscious guests will also appreciate the recycling program and conservation projects, such as the Hawksbill Turtle Preservation Program.

Children are welcome at this 5-star all-inclusive resort, and customized adventures keep them entertained.

Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, Thailand

If your idea of paradise is an Asian wilderness adventure, Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle is an excellent choice. 

As Four Seasons' first all-inclusive property, this camp bordering Burma and Laos caters to adventure seekers and nature lovers.

If you think "tents" can't be luxurious, think again. Peeking out from hillsides wrapped in lush jungle, these palatial safari-style tents evoke an elegant 19th-century feel with authentic Thai touches. 

Handcrafted furniture, clawfoot tubs, and sumptuous netted beds are typical features, and the outdoor showers and rustic textures, such as bamboo and local hardwoods, complement the stunning natural surroundings.

Dining is also an adventure. Pluck fresh produce from trees on the property on a foraging walk and let the chef conjure a mouthwatering meal, or take a Thai cooking class.

Animal-lovers will be in heaven here. You can walk through the wilderness with rescued elephants and their mahouts, or look for other wildlife as you cruise down the Ruak River.

You can soak up some culture, too. Hillside bicycle tours travel through rice paddies and pineapple plantations, and you can also take a day trip to sacred temples or to explore neighboring Burma, among other adventures.

Feel like some pampering? Relax with a mountain botanical treatment at the open-sided jungle spa, tucked within a tranquil bamboo forest.

Guests leave feeling as though they've taken a luxury safari, but they don't have to travel to Africa. 

⏩ Jade Mountain Resort, St. Lucia ⏪  

St. Lucia is known for its dramatically beautiful scenery, and Jade Mountain Resort capitalizes on it with spectacular views of the ocean and St. Lucia's twin volcanic peaks, the Pitons. 

This is one of the best all-inclusive adults-only resorts in the Caribbean.

Clinging to a cliffside, the resort encompasses a series of open-sided rooms and common areas that embrace these breathtaking vistas, so you always feel like a part of your surroundings. 

Despite their sweeping views, the suites offer total privacy, making this a favorite hideaway for honeymooners.

Called "sanctuaries," the 24 open-sided guest rooms here feel spacious and airy, with 15-foot-high ceilings, large living rooms, and plenty of local stone and tropical hardwoods. 

Typical features include private infinity pools; four-poster beds; Frette bathrobes and towels; 24-hour butlers ("Major Domos"); and jalousie windows, so the tropical breezes can flow freely. SKY suites come with hot tubs instead of the private pools.

Wi-Fi is available at the resort, but you won't find TVs and telephones here, just the sounds and sights of the sea.

Cuisine at the Jade Mountain Club captures fresh island flavors with plenty of produce from the resort's organic farm, and you can also dine at Anse Mamin or Anse Chastanet, the 600-acre sister resort on a silver-sand beach below.

Free time can be as active or relaxed as you like. Swimming, sailing, kayaking, and diving, are all popular things to do along the shores of Anse Chastanet beach, a steep walk from the resort or a shuttle ride away. 

➥ You can also hike and bike on the resort's 600-acre plantation; go bird-watching; practice yoga; swim in the resort's infinity pool; or take tours of the botanical gardens, volcano, and sulphur springs. A fitness center and spa are also on-site. The all-inclusive rates are an optional but great-value choice here — especially as the hotel lies in a remote location.

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