All around the world, these past months have left us reeling. In England, we can expect to continue living in lockdown until 8 March earliest, and travel bans are still in place from the UK to tens of countries worldwide. Holidays aren’t on the cards right now, but we need something to get us through the next few weeks. And post-lockdown, we’re all going to be in need of some serious looking after – probably at an all-inclusive hotel.
Since COVID-19 first disrupted our lives and travel plans, our research has shown that travellers are are prioritising wellbeing, flexibility and peace of mind above all else when considering future plans. That’s why we’ve collected this list of the best all-inclusive hotels with free cancellation, high cleanliness ratings and tip-top wellbeing offerings. That means, the spa, pools, activities and on-site restaurants are excellent enough to get you through an entire holiday without having to leave the premises.
And if you want to venture out, after some serious recuperation, they’re all close to amenities and activities to help get you back to normal, after an extremely abnormal year. With flexible booking available, there’s no harm in getting something in the diary to look forward to.
Best all-inclusive hotels for families
A year of home schooling and working from home meant a lot of time spent with the family. Celebrate your close bond at an all-inclusive hotel, with enough activities to let you celebrate your differences.
Iberostar Las Dalias, Tenerife (from £208 per night)
You could book this family-focused stay for just about any week of the year and maximise your beach time, because Costa Adeje – a short drive from Tenerife South Airport – basks under 300 days of sunshine each year. Throw in its proximity to the popular Playa de las Americas, with its water park, shopping strip and bars, and you’ve got a solid family holiday planned all on the hotel’s doorstep.
The kids’ activities seem endless thanks to the Star Camp children’s programme, spanning games and educational activities. Then, there’s the spa, Jacuzzi, pool and sauna, for you.
Best all-inclusive hotels for smaller budgets
Unless you were already a billionaire, it’s unlikely that you’ve benefited much financially from the COVID-19 era. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t hotels for all budgets, for an all-inclusive escape.
Wonderland Healing Center, Thailand (from approx. £73 per night)
Yes, a stay at this beautiful resort in Koh Phangan requires a long-haul ticket to Thailand, but hear us out. If you need some serious unwinding, you’d be hard pressed to find a better place for doing that – especially on this budget.
Days at Wonderland Healing Center are spent on the ancient practises of yoga, meditation and detoxing, with fresh, plant-based cuisine, juice cleanses and even fasting. You can do a detox retreat, a yoga retreat or even yoga teacher training. And that’s before you’ve even got out to explore the rest of the beautiful Koh Phangan island – famous for its full-moon parties, when you’re ready to retox again…
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