When you picture a five-star resorts, does your mind automatically draw up a mental image of a lounge chair under a beach-side umbrella? Of course there are plenty of beach front all-inclusive resorts, but there are so many options for five-star vacation destinations that you need not be limited to an island adventure. These five all-inclusive resorts represent a wide range of locations and amenities, but they all have one thing in common: five-star service and world-class accommodations.
If you dream of whiling the hours away on a white sand beach with a tropical cocktail in your hand, Blue Diamond should top your list. This adults-only resort sits along pristine turquoise waters on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. The all-inclusive resort is nestled in the Mexican rainforest, providing guests with ultimate privacy and serenity.
Discover a paradise built along peaceful river waterways, a mystical Mayan Cenote and the Mexican Caribbean Sea specifically designed and created to meet your needs, wants and desires. Each area of this luxury Mexico resort is intimate, luxurious and inspiring.
For travelers who want to experience the beauties of America’s Big Sky Country, The Ranch at Rock Creek provides 5-star accommodations in the midst of Montana’s gorgeous scenery. Guests can choose to stay in the Granite Lodge, in a glamping cabin, in the remodeled 19th century barn or in one of the luxury homes on the property. A stay at the resort can include a wide variety of adventures from horseback riding to fly fishing, from stagecoach rides to paintball. Or, guests can choose to relax in the resort’s full service Granite Spa.
Nestled in one of Montana’s most pristine valleys, The Ranch at Rock Creek offers year-round unique vacations on an authentic 19th century homestead. We balance Western adventure with lavish all-inclusive amenities.
Eco-conscious travelers will appreciate the Emirartes One & Only in Lithgow. This unique spa resort built around a fully restored homestead is nestled within its own private conservation and nature reserve. The 7,000 acre conservancy reserve sits in the Australia’s Greater Blue Mountains. Visitors may choose to help with the work of the reserve directly or to enjoy the beauty of the surroundings with guided tours through the area.
A scenic 2.5 hour drive from Sydney, located on Australia’s Great Dividing Range between the Wollemi National Park and the Gardens of Stone National Park, within the World Heritage-listed Greater Blue Mountains. The resort occupies just one percent of its own 7,000 acre conservancy.
We are committed to providing a luxurious, peaceful, natural environment where mind, body and spirit can be nurtured and restored by our committed, kind and caring staff and our secluded, idyllic Caribbean location.
Mountain lovers, rejoice! Beach bums have their resorts, but The Point in Upstate New York provides a luxurious all-inclusive experience in the Adirondacks. The Point served as a Rockefeller family home a century ago, but now exists as a five-star resort featuring modern luxury amenities. In the winter, guests can experience cross-country skiing or skating on the frozen mountain lake; in summer, guests can spend the day hiking or swimming in the lake.
Built by William Avery Rockefeller a century ago, the fanciful log mansions, crafted of native timber and stone, personified the 19th century romantic notion of roughing it in great comfort, style and luxury.
Which of these resorts appeals to you the most? Are you a fan of active, adventurous vacations or would you rather spend your days in a luxury spa?