Yes, the United States does have all-inclusive resorts, although they are not as common as they are in other countries. All-inclusive usually means things like meals, drinks and activities are included in the cost of your stay. However, most U.S. resorts that aren’t typically “all-inclusive” may still include free breakfast or fun amenities for the family. Here are some guest-loved picks from all over the country.
Kid-friendly all-inclusive resorts in the U.S.
Adults-only retreats in the United States
While all-inclusive resorts in the U.S. for adults only are in short supply, you can find hotels with fabulous locations, plenty of perks, and no small children running about.
The U.S. Virgin Islands for adults only
All-inclusive adults-only resorts in the U.S. Virgin Islands are hard to come by, but there are plenty of other options.
All Inclusive Resorts & Hotels in United States of America
Total number of hotels in United States of America
|Clement Palo Alto – All-Inclusive Urban Resort, Pocono Palace Resort, Cove Haven Resort, Paradise Stream Resort, Chateau Mar Golf Resort, Trademark Collection by Wyndham, Alaska SeaScape Lodge, Hilton Head Health - Weight Loss Resort and Health Spa, Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder, Miraval Resort & Spa - Adults Only All Inclusive, Hana-Maui Resort, a Destination by Hyatt Residence, Waterfall Resort, South Point Hotel, Casino, and Spa|