All-Inclusive resorts are located throughout the world with the largest collection in Mexico and the Caribbean. The size of your group and your budget play a very large part in the destination you choose. Obviously, the farther or smaller the destination, the greater the air transportation cost will be. The types of activities you are looking for and the weather also play a key role in deciding where you want to go. You have a myriad of choices and we will help you reach the best decision about which destination best meets your needs, budget and event objectives. Deciding where and when to go are the two most important decisions that will affect the price and availability. Our job is to ensure we get what you need to have the most successful and enjoyable event possible.
One question that always arises is are there All-Inclusive Resorts in the United States. The answer is not many. The closest thing that resembles a true all inclusive in the traditional sense is the Club Med Sandpiper Bay Resort in Port St. Lucie Florida. Other all-inclusive resorts are scattered around the US but most are small and do not include alcohol and other amenities traditional all-inclusives in Mexico and the Caribbean include. They are fine for small executive retreats but outside of Sandpiper, if your group is 100 + it will be very difficult to find. More often than not, we identify a resort that works and build a meal and beverage plan through F&B along with other inclusions. It is typically pretty pricey to do it this way.