The Real Deal: Ten All-Inclusive Summer Resorts


CocoBay Resort

Lots of resorts tout themselves as "all-inclusive," then charge extra for everything from an afternoon on the tennis court to after-dinner drinks. So we went on the hunt and found 10 resorts where you can lock your cash away and never have to see a bill. All of the prices listed include meals, drinks from soda to liquor, tax, and gratuities. Even better: Prices at these one-rate-for-all resorts go as low as $87 per person, per night, plus some throw in usually pricey extras like cooking lessons and spa treatments.