Whether you love them or hate them, there's no denying that all-inclusive hotels make travel easier. These hotels are one-stop destinations with food, entertainment, activities and accommodations all rolled into one price.
Fodor's recently revealed its 2012 Hotel Awards, which looked at the Best All-Inclusive Hotels. They also issued awards for hotels in several other categories, like New & Noteworthy, Global Icons, Trendsetters, and Trip of a Lifetime.
From Patagonia to the Caribbean, these all-inclusive resorts offer more than just meals and accommodations. Their packages include extras like luxurious spa treatments, water sports, educational experiences like cooking demonstrations and star-gazing classes, and excursions to explore the nearby surroundings.
We chose not to include rates because the packages vary tremendously for each resort, based on which options you choose to include.
Image courtesy: Palm Island Resort; Source: Business Insider
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