«

»

Dec 24 2014

TravelChannel .com Names Top 10 Travel’s Best: All-Inclusive Resorts 2015

Share

Ready for a vacation after the holidays? Well, for those of us here in the good old USA, we have some amazing resorts in our backyard – Tennessee, Montana, Utah, and Texas. If you are looking to really get the heck out of dodge, then perhaps Bora Bora, or Antigua will fit the bill. Either way, these are some truly astounding places to visit, relax, and get your spa on.

 

————————————————————————

Travel's Best All Inclusive Resorts 2015TRAVELCHANNEL.COM NAMES THE TOP 10 ‘TRAVEL’S BEST: ALL-INCLUSIVE RESORTS’ OF 2015

 

 

CHEVY CHASE, MD (December 23, 2014) – From the mountains to the beaches, TravelChannel.com names the “Travel’s Best: All-Inclusive Resorts” of 2015 for the vacation planners that want to relax, rejuvenate and have endless activities to choose from, all at one price. This year’s list of best all-inclusive resorts offers yoga classes, gourmet dining, swimming with dolphins and world-class spa facilities – perfect for some family fun or a private getaway.

 

TravelChannel.com editors enlisted a panel of experts to help determine the 10 best all-inclusive resorts, including: Susan B. Barnes (Travel Writer), Kelsey Blodget (Managing Editor, Oyster.com), Shane Green (Host, “Resort Rescue” and Hospitality Consultant) and Anthony Melchiorri (Host, “Hotel Impossible”).

 

The 2015 “Travel’s Best: All-Inclusive Resorts” (in alphabetical order):

 

Blackberry Farm – Walland, Tenn.

Tennessee might not be thought of as a typical place for an all-inclusive vacation, but Blackberry Farm is exceptional. With delicious farm-to-table cuisine included in the price, this secluded Smoky Mountains escape is one of the top destinations in the country for foodies and outdoorsy types. As a working farm, activities include horseback riding, fly-fishing and tastings at the on-site brewery.

 

Carlisle Bay – Antigua

Carlisle Bay is an intimate, comfortable and contemporary resort on the Caribbean island of Antigua. Tucked between a tranquil bay and a cascading rainforest, it offers ample opportunity to lie back and relax in the sun or go on an exploration and adventure. Each of the 82 studio to three-bedroom suites boast ocean views and amenities that will have you yearning for more time in paradise. The Blue Spa, a state-of-the-art health club; a multimedia screening room; three bars; four restaurants; a pool; and excursions such as deep-sea fishing, golfing and yachting are just a few of the resort’s luxurious offerings.

 

Jumby Bay, A Rosewood Resort – Antigua

Christopher Columbus discovered Jumby Bay in 1493 and today, this island paradise is home to the all-inclusive Jumby Bay Resort. Located on a 300-acre private island where cars are forbidden, this resort has five places to dine; breathtaking views of the Caribbean at the Sense Spa; an 82-foot family-friendly pool; an oceanfront infinity pool; and luxe accommodations ranging from rooms and suites to villas and beach homes. “This resort is perfect for couples or families and a little more distinctive than your typical Sandals or other all-inclusive resort,” says Anthony Melchiorri, host of Travel Channel’s “Hotel Impossible.”

 

Marival Resort & Suites Nuevo Vallarta – Riviera Nayarit, Mexico

Located 16 miles from Puerto Vallarta, the Marival Resort & Suites has 495 luxurious rooms and suites spread out across 14 buildings. An array of fun activities in the area include a 4×4 mountain adventure, a Sierra Madres excursion, swimming with dolphins, golfing at Vista Vallarta, a canopy tour above Banderas Bay or a sunset cruise to the private cove of Las Caletas.

 

Parrot Cay and Como Shambhala Retreat – Turks and Caicos

One of the best options for a secluded and uber-decadent getaway in the Caribbean is Parrot Cay by Como – located on a private island and resting on a thousand acres and a mile-long beach. This all-inclusive resort is a 30-minute boat ride from Providenciales in Turks and Caicos and has a jaw-dropping beach, a world-renowned spa, free yoga classes and breathtaking ocean-view villas. In addition to high quality food, healthy options are available since the resort also has a wellness focus.

 

The Ranch at Rock Creek – Philipsburg, Mont.

Go glamping at the Ranch at Rock Creek. Ideal for outdoor enthusiasts, this ranch provides guests with the option to stay in a luxe tent, a canvas cabin, a private log home or one of nine rooms at the Granite Lodge. All rates include the regionally inspired meals and drinks served in the lodge’s dining room, the Blue Canteen and the Silver Dollar Saloon. You’ll need plenty of sustenance to participate in the wide array of activities available at the ranch, such as mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, fly-fishing and clay shooting.

 

Red Mountain Resort – St. George, Utah

Red Mountain Resort in St. George, Utah offers luxurious spa treatments, weekend wellness retreats, outdoor excursions and more for guests wanting to relax, unwind and renew their spirit. Guests can hike in state and national parks such as Snow Canyon State Park, relax with a Zen yoga retreat or visit a Navajo reservation. Visiting the Sagestone Spa is a must – it offers nature-inspired treatments using indigenous desert botanicals and locally sourced, mineral-rich muds and clays.

 

The Reserve at Paradisus Palma Real – Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

The Reserve at Paradisus Palma Real is a favorite of “Hotel Impossible” host Anthony Melchiorri. The white sand of Bavaro Beach, which was recognized by UNESCO, is consistently ranked as one of the best beaches in the world. The resort has a full-service Yhi Spa with a fully equipped gym, three pools, a family concierge, the Kids Zone (for children ages 1-12) and two a la carte restaurants. With occasional deals that allow kids to stay for free, movie nights, beach volleyball classes, salsa lessons, finger-painting, pizza-making classes and live music performances are just a few activities and workshops available to guests.

 

St. Regis Bora Bora – French Polynesia

The St. Regis Bora Bora offers one of the most picturesque settings in the world. The clear and tranquil waters of Bora Bora house some of the most exotic fish habitats, perfect for diving. An amazing array of food and beverage options will please any palate — including Polynesian, Japanese and Italian cuisine — along with celebrity chef Jean Georges Vongericthen’s French-Asian restaurant, Lagoon. The royal villas set the stage for a serene and luxurious retreat from reality, especially if you’re celebrating a special occasion.

 

Travaasa – Austin, Texas

Travaasa, a healthy getaway just outside of Austin, Texas, is perched atop one of the hills in Texas Hill Country. The resort offers guests five pillars of experience: culture, fitness, wellness, culinary and adventure. But, its greatest asset may just be its staff, who go above and beyond to make sure each guest has memorable experiences that will last a lifetime.

 

For more details on the “Travel’s Best: All-Inclusive Resorts” of 2015, go to:

http://www.travelchannel.com/interests/travels-best/articles/travels-best-all-inclusive-resorts-2015-index

 

Source: ©2014 Travel Channel. All Rights Reserved.

  

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...
TV News: Actor Anthony Anderson Will Be Featured On Episode of Travel Channel’s THE BEST PLACE TO BE
A new series produced by Queen Latifah and Shakim Compere at Flavor Unit for Travel Channel, THE BEST PLACE TO BE follows Hollywood's hottest A-List celebrities as they share the best places to eat, drink, shop and sightsee at their ...
READ MORE
TV News: Two Travel Channel Specials To Feature Food Network’s Guy Fieri
Food Network personality Guy Fieri is exploring some of the world’s most exciting and fascinating places in two specials for Travel Channel this summer. The first special, “Guy & Hunter’s European Vacation,” premieres on Tuesday, July 5 at 11:00 p.m. ...
READ MORE
TV News: Travel Channel New Series ANDREW ZIMMERN’S DRIVEN BY FOOD Premieres Aug 16
Three-time James Beard Award-winning TV personality, chef, food writer and culinary explorer Andrew Zimmern believes the best way to explore a city is to get to know the locals and, in Travel Channel’s new series, “Andrew Zimmern’s Driven By Food,” ...
READ MORE
TV News: Travel Channel’s MYSTERIES AT THE MUSEUM Premieres New Episodes Beginning July 1
Currently in its 10th season, the popular series has attracted more than 8.8 million total viewers this season. In each episode, Wildman investigates extraordinary stories and the artifacts that inspired momentous events.
READ MORE
TV News: Travel Channel’s New Special Series CELEBRITY ADVENTURE CLUB Premieres July 1.
Award-winning actor, Jon Cryer, sets flight for a journey that tops his bucket list in the first installment of Travel Channel’s new series of specials, “Celebrity Adventure Club,” premiering on Friday, July 1 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT. In each hour-long ...
READ MORE
TV News: Travel Channel Special ISLAND FEVER Premieres July 9
Drummer Stewart Copeland of The Police is on a mission to soak up all the sun, fun and adventure the island paradise of Bali has to offer in Travel Channel’s “Island Fever,” premiering on Saturday, July 9 at 12:00 p.m. ...
READ MORE
TV News: Andrew Zimmern Returns to Share Food and Celebrate Diverse Cultures in 10th Season of BIZARRE FOODS
Three-time James Beard Award-winning TV personality, chef, food writer and culinary explorer Andrew Zimmern is back in the 10th season of Travel Channel’s “Bizarre Foods” with Andrew Zimmern. Hosted and executive produced by Zimmern, the new season of “Bizarre Foods” ...
READ MORE
Travel Channel’s Don Wildman, host of “Mysteries at Museum”
Tackling the story of the Titanic’s epic sinking in frigid waters as part of Travel Channel’s December Chillcation programming event isn’t enough so, history explorer Don Wildman will dig deep into the mysteries of Alcatraz, the White House, dinosaurs and ...
READ MORE
TV News: Actor Anthony Anderson Will Be Featured On Episode
TV News: Two Travel Channel Specials To Feature Food Network’s
TV News: Travel Channel New Series ANDREW ZIMMERN’S DRIVEN BY
TV News: Travel Channel’s MYSTERIES AT THE MUSEUM Premieres New
TV News: Travel Channel’s New Special Series CELEBRITY ADVENTURE CLUB
TV News: Travel Channel Special ISLAND FEVER Premieres July 9
TV News: Andrew Zimmern Returns to Share Food and Celebrate
TV News: Travel Channel’s MYSTERIES AT THE MUSEUM Returns With

© 2014, YEC-Admin. All rights reserved.

Share

About the author

YEC-Admin

The Administrative Team of YEC. We love TV, Movies, Books, & More...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

Optimization WordPress Plugins & Solutions by W3 EDGE
Copy Protected by Chetan's WP-Copyprotect.