Hawaii: Kona Village Resort
On the Big Island, it's the only all-inclusive in paradise.
New York: Mohonk Mountain House
A rambling Victorian castle, a mountain lake, gorgeous scenery, an award-winning spa, and three meals a day await you.
New York: The Point
One of the Adirondack "Great Camps," The Point on Saranac Lake was a Rockefeller hideaway when it first opened in 1933. Today it is an exclusive all-inclusive.
Florida: Amelia Island Plantation
An eco-conscious 1,350-acre resort and residential community along Florida's northeast coast.
Massachusetts: Canyon Ranch
It's not much fun at this spa, but if you're feeling poorly and want to rejuvenate, you can opt into health and wellness regimens.
Pennsylvania: Cove Haven Resort
An old-fashioned resort for couples only.