Texas might not top your travel bucket list yet, but this resort will make you reconsider. It's located on the edge of the Balcones Canyonland Preserve and allows you to immerse yourself in nature for a holistic retreat. Classes include cooking, yoga and more.
People have been escaping to this historic mountain resort since 1928, as it boasts a championship golf course, family-friendly activities and delicious meals. But who cares about food when you also get unlimited access to the greens?
There's a reason suites at this resort are called "sanctuaries." Each room offers a stunning ocean view and has access to a patio with a bed, whirlpool tub and private infinity pool. If luxury and relaxation are what you're looking for, you'll find it here.
This spa resort, located in the Arizona desert, is set in a botanical garden and each spa treatment takes place in a private tent. Guests can use a $150 credit toward any service or activity on the menu. (For the record, we recommend the massages.)
There's something about thatched-roof suites that sets the tone when on a tropical vacation. This resort is the ultimate destination for romance, as it offers tons of activities for couples, such as wine tastings and private horseback riding tours.
Set on a bluff over Lake Huron is this 19th-century resort, which is known for lawn games and dancing (how very Dirty Dancing of them!). The gorgeous hotel is practically made for family-friendly getaways too. Case in point: Kids under the age of 12 stay for free.
Since this resort is located on Andros, the most inhabited island in the Bahamas, it's filled with pristine white beaches and pine trees, but is only a short drive from the airport in Nassau. Only 70 guests can stay at a time, so you're practically guaranteed to have around-the-clock service. Plus, it has a rare over-water spa.
This Victorian castle resort was founded back in 1869 and has since become one of Hudson Valley's most coveted retreats. Probably because it's such a short drive from New York City, yet offers the rustic environment urban dwellers who love to kayak or hike crave.
This all-inclusive-optional resort almost feels like a small town thanks to all of the tall white buildings that host the hotel suites. Some even have private plunge pools and Jacuzzis. But the best part of this destination has to be the stunning views near Pigeon Island National Park.
Who says all-inclusive vacations have to be all about sun and sand? This Vermont-based resort is a stunning bed and breakfast where the food is its hallmark. By day, all 20 guests can practice yoga and fly fish, but by night, expect to eat the best farm-to-table cuisine the state has to offer.
Anyone who's land-locked most of the year will adore this island resort, which is sandwiched between the Spanish Bay and the Caribbean Sea. We're especially fond of the pod lounges that are sprinkled throughout and offer luxury relaxation with shade.
If you want a dedicated vacation for self-care, look no further than this wellness retreat. The former cattle ranch offers fitness classes paired with the most delicious, healthy food — all in a stress-free desert oasis setting.
The private villas in this Exumas-based resort are all-inclusive to the core. The kitchens are stocked with the breakfast items you personally order in advance and lunch is prepared and packed by a chef, so you can take it on your adventures or snack on it while laying on the beach.
Even though this tent might seem like a far cry from what you imagine when you hear "all inclusive," we promise this resort (located on 37,000 acres of farmland) doesn't disappoint. It's the country's premier glamping destination and is every bit as lovely as a hotel room. (PS: Here are more roughing-it vacations you might enjoy!)
Not only does this resort have one of the top-ranked spas in the Caribbean, but it's also one of the most romantic destinations you'll visit in your life. A few activities that might interest you: A sunset catamaran cruise and a private island for "au naturel" sunbathing.
Not far from the Smoky Mountains is this 63-room resort that sells out a year in advance. Why? It offers a super luxe experience and large staff (we're talking a butcher, beekeeper and cheesemaker) located in peaceful and quiet nature. Sigh. You might want to take this train ride while you're there.
There's a reason you've heard of Sandals resorts time and time again: They're basically heaven on Earth. Even though there are locations all over the Caribbean, the Grenada resort is especially exotic and features four different "villages" within it for the ultimate on-site exploration.
If you want to explore the red cliffs and canyons in southern Utah, there's no better place to stay than this all-inclusive escape. It offers guided hiking and biking, along with up to three healthy meals every day to compliment your active vacation.
This retreat used to be for Tahitian royals, but now it's owned by Marlon Barndo's estate and offers everyday humans luxury with sustainability (kind of like this solar-powered resort). The 35-villa property even includes one daily excursion.