Best All-Inclusive Resorts 2014
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Amanyara - Turks and Caicos
"This resort won my wife and me over with its attention to detail, great food choices and access to a variety of activities. Amanyara was the perfect choice for our wedding and for a recent 24-hour retreat from the kids. Couples can indulge in a spa day or a private dinner on the beach. We loved returning to our room each night to discover the small, thoughtful gift the Aman team left for us during the turndown service." -- Shane Green, Hospitality Consultant
Bardessono (Yountville, California)
Travelers know Napa Valley as wine country, but they may not know about this intimate-sized hotel where each room is designed to be a private spa. What sets Bardessono apart from others is its focus on sustainability and efficient use of both land and energy. From locally grown foods, complimentary yoga lessons and even a LEED Platinum Certification -- just one of only 3 hotels in the US to have such a designation -- this hotel marries sustainable design with service to make for a truly relaxing experience.
The Grace Bay Club - Turks and Caicos
“This is a great family destination. We love Grace Bay Club’s easy access to the beach, 4 pools, restaurants and bars, as well as the amazing service. There is also a great array of water sports activities for all ages, including paddleboarding. The staff is great at helping guests fully enjoy a relaxing experience on the resort’s 1,100 feet of beachfront -- the largest of any in Turks and Caicos.”
The Grace Bay Club
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