5 All-Inclusive Resorts that are Perfect for Families #TT #TTOT

Planning a vacation for a family can be challenging, especially when there is a budget involved.  There is nothing worse than trying to find activities that the entire family will enjoy, a place to stay that is nice, planning for meals and snacks and not spending a fortune.  Thankfully, many resorts have recognized this and have started to offer all-inclusive vacation packages.

Here are 5 all-inclusive resorts that are perfect for families:

  1. Sandos Caracol Eco Resort in Playa del Carmen, Mexico

The Sandos Caracol Eco Resort has activities available for every age group.  The baby club is for children up to the age of three and then there is a club for children ages 4 to 12 that offers crafts, sports, eco-activities and a playground.  The teen program is for teens ages 13 to 17 and they have music, pool tables and sports.  Adults will not be left out while all of the kids are having fun, because they can be busy with golf, tennis or the on-site spa.  All of the activities, food and drinks are included in the rate for this resort.

  1. Club Med CREACTIVE by Cirque du Soleil in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

This resort offers unique opportunities that are not found anywhere else.  Everyone has the chance to learn how to do 25 different activities including tightrope, acrobatic bungee, juggling and aerial silk.  While at the resort, families are able to dine at one of three international restaurants, enjoy sandy beaches, play golf, partake in water sports, watch a few shows and dance the night away.  The best part is that children under the age of four stay for free.

beach-1035862_640

  1. Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort in Leavenworth, Washington

The Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort is in the Cascade Mountains and guests stay in gorgeous cabins.  During their stay, guests receive a hearty breakfast and gourmet dinner that are prepared with local ingredients.  There are many outdoor activities including hiking, fishing, horseback riding, skiing and sleigh rides.  The resort also prepares scavenger hunts and garden tours for guests.

  1. Curtain Bluff in Antigua

The views of the ocean from every room at Curtain Bluff are fabulous and the entire family will feel like they are extra special during a stay here.  Children can either take part in the kids’ camp or they can play sports and participate in all of the beach activities.  The owner of the resort lives in a house at the top of the bluff and every week she invites guests over for a cocktail reception.  The rates at this resort vary according to the season, however children under the age of two stay for free and there is a special rate for children ages 2 to 5.  Besides meals and activities, teatime sandwiches, cookies, hors d’oeuvres for cocktail hour and drinks are included in the rate.

antigua-1148574_640

  1. Coconut Bay in St. Lucia

This all-inclusive resort has a water park that is complete with a lazy river and bodyslides as well as the Cocoland Kid’s Club, which has a water play zone.  The resort is on 85 acres of land with a family pool, adults only pool, paintball field, tennis, basketball, ping pong and more.  Guests can eat in the restaurants as much as they like while choosing from Asian and Italian foods.

These resorts know that families want to spend time together without worrying about how much they are spending on their vacation.  By making everything inclusive, the resorts are ensuring that families have the best vacation that they can possibly have.

If you know of another please let me know below. Always on the look out for family oriented inclusive resorts.

 

Comments

  1. Thanks so much for sharing these. We’ve been talking about taking a trip, and inclusive resorts that cater to the kids are important for us. We have three!

  2. I would Love to explore these with my family! We love going to places that are tropical. I’d love to go to St. Lucia that place looks awesome! Thanks for the pointers I cannot wait to try some of these.

  3. alalisainfo says:

    I love all-inclusive resorts but I am now getting to the point where I’ll need to look into family-friendly ones. These are all great suggestions!

  4. Great to know. I just tried all-inclusive at a retreat recently. I need to try one with my family.

  5. reesann723 says:

    All inlcusive is the way to go! I love your ideas for family friendly. There are so many that aren’t!

  6. All inclusive vacations are the best! You know exactly what it’s going to cost up front and there’s no worry of being able to pay for anything when you get there.

  7. I will go anywhere I can that is warm with white sand. My family could all use a nice getaway!

  8. These all sound great. I could use a nice vacation right about now. Any of these would be great for a vacation now. I would love to be where it’s warm.

  9. I have been looking for some family friendly resorts to choose from for a holiday. Thanks for the great list.

  10. I would love to go to all of these for vacations. I like when the resort is all inclusive.

  11. I always love to get a little sand in my shoes for Christmas. I am all about an island Christmas. It sure beats the freezing cold.

  12. these spots look amazing. i have always wanted to visit an all inclusive vaca spot

  13. Thank you so much for these great suggestions. This will help a lot in deciding where to go for a vacation this holiday.

  14. What a great list. We are looking to plan a family trip soon and will have to keep these in mind!

  15. I would love to go to all those places! Coconut Bay in St.Lucia looks absolutely stunning!

  16. These sound like great places to visit. Coconut Bay is just calling to me with that gorgeous scenery.

Speak Your Mind

*