While planning every little detail of a trip can be half the fun of traveling (especially if you’re a Virgo), sometimes all you want is to have everything you hope to see, do, and eat in one place—and figured out before you arrive. Enter the joys of all-inclusive vacation packages, which typically cover your accommodations along with food, drinks, gratuities, and activities at the destination. It’s a higher up-front price tag in many cases, but some people love having everything handled in advance—and it may save you money overall, depending on where you stay.
While you might associate “all-inclusive” with “college spring break in Cancun,” there are also some pretty incredible luxury wellness resorts and hotels that offer all-inclusive packages. Just don’t expect bottomless beach margaritas. Instead, you’ll be able to bliss out with endless health-oriented amenities—think in-room fireplaces, jetted tubs, outdoor massages, private guided excursions, gourmet plant-forward eats, naturopathic treatments, and more.
From a lakefront oasis just outside of Austin to an uber-chic escape in the heart of the Montana wilderness, check out the best all-inclusive luxury wellness resorts across the U.S. You’ll be breathing easy as you plan your next vacation—logistics and all—in a matter of minutes.
Check out these 7 incredible luxury wellness resorts with all-inclusive accommodations:
1. Canyon Ranch Woodside (Woodside, CA)
This wellness-centric resort chain offers luxury, all-inclusive escapes throughout the country. Flanked by towering redwoods and lush greenery, the company’s Woodside, California location (just over 30 miles south of San Francisco) offers an array of wellness activities like yoga, meditation, tai chi, hiking, and kayaking. With just 38 accommodations—each of which is luxuriously appointed with contemporary furnishings plus plenty of natural light to bring the outdoors in—the property has an especially intimate feel. Your stay includes all meals and snacks, unlimited use of the spa, pool, and fitness facilities, access to nature trails, and use of the on-site labyrinth.
2. Miraval Berkshires (Lenox, MA)
The latest Miraval location, Miraval Berkshires, opened back in 2020. Today, the sprawling, 280-acre resort—which also happens to be adults-only—has quickly become one of New England’s most popular wellness destinations. Moreover, the property is especially ideal for those searching for solitude thanks to its tranquil, device-free environment. However, don’t expect to be bored here. On-site amenities include 50+ lectures, 20+ fitness classes, three pools, three gourmet eateries (guests get three meals per day), and access to spa facilities like steam rooms, saunas, and hot tubs. (While spa treatments are extra, they’re well worth the splurge).
3. Lake Austin Spa Resort (Austin, TX)
Located on the shores of Lake Austin lies the 19-acre Lake Austin Spa Resort. Each of the 40 rooms here is equipped with a private porch, soaking tub, and lake or garden views. Don’t miss the 25,000-square-foot LakeHouse Spa, which offers over 100 treatments to choose from. Your stay here comes complete with locally sourced gourmet meals and snacks (and room service!), beach and lake access (including use of SUPs, kayaks, pedalboards, hydro-bikes, and more), three pools, use of steam rooms, saunas, whirlpools, gardens, and relaxation areas, up to 20 daily fitness activities, unlimited juice, coffee and tea, and (so) much more. (Oh, and you can bring your dog, too!)
4. Castle Hot Springs (Morristown, AZ)
Retreat to the Arizona desert and reserve a room at Castle Hot Springs, which— you guessed it—is known for its mineral-rich hot springs. Guests here gain exclusive access to the geothermal waters, which truly sets the resort apart. When you’re not soaking in one of the springs, take advantage of one of many included activities, such as guided hikes, yoga, farm tours, archery, water aerobics, and dozens more. Meanwhile, all accommodations are spacious—take your pick of bungalows, cabins, or cottages—complete with fireplaces, outdoor decks, soaking tubs, and, as a bonus, telescopes for prime stargazing opps.
5. Blackberry Mountain (Walland, TN)
Reconnect with Mother Nature at Blackberry Mountain, an ultra-luxe resort spanning 5,000-plus acres in Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains. A stay here includes morning wellness classes and activities (i.e., forest bathing and yoga, though some cost extra) and breakfast, dinner, and snacks. However, what truly sets this property apart are its rustic-chic accommodations, which range from sun-drenched, minimalist-inspired treehouses with jetted tubs to stone cottages with wood-burning fireplaces and expansive outdoor decks.
6. YO1 Health Resort (Monticello, NY)
This 1,200-acre health resort is nestled in New York’s famed Catskill Mountains. Here, you’ll find something for almost every type of wellness-seeker, whether it be Ayurveda, naturopathy, yoga, acupuncture, or mindful meditation. We’d also be remiss not to mention the amenities, which include a 63,000-square-foot fitness center, ample hiking opportunities, and, for an upcharge, rejuvenating outdoor massages. Book an all-inclusive package to enjoy all of the above, plus all meals, select spa treatments, and a personal wellness consult, depending on which program you pick. Lastly, rooms start at a spacious 659 square feet, offering guests plenty of room to relax.
7. The Green O (Greenough, MT)
This intimate boutique property has just 12 accommodations (AKA “hauses”) for adults only. The sleek, trend-forward wooden homes—some of which are suspended more than 20 feet above the ground—offer amenities like outdoor decks, hot tubs, ensuite fireplaces, indoor/outdoor living spaces, skylights, and floor-to-ceiling windows that are perfect for stargazing and wildlife spotting. At the center of the property lies The Social Haus, an impeccably designed space with a bar, lounge, dining area, and open kitchen. Your stay at The Green O includes chef-prepared breakfast, lunch, and dinner (drinks, too!), along with a car to use on the property and a $500 credit toward activities on site. Other amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center and a plethora of activities (some at an upcharge, ranging from yoga and forest bathing to flyfishing and hiking). Cap off your trip with a massage at the aptly named Spa Town, housed in a collection of tents right on-site.
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