How to Pick your Dream Honeymoon All Inclusive Resort - Purely Honeymoons

Looking to book an all inclusive honeymoon resort? They are perfect for couples who want everything catered for them.

An all inclusive honeymoon resort usually ranges from $3000 to $7000 depending on destination and rating. In general, most resorts include the room and room service fares, food and beverages both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. Some of the best all inclusive destinations are Bali, St Lucia and Mexico.

After the big day comes the much needed vacation. Yes, you have been waiting and dreaming about your big day all your life and it really is exciting, but honestly, it is also very tiring. All the months spent planning and picking centre pieces and bridesmaid dresses, followed by on big hectic day of ceremony is as much fun as exhausting. And that is probably why it is followed by a relaxing vacation where you can unwind with your partner by your side making some of the first memories of your married life.

Who plans the trip and all the activities and of course, the budget? The best way out is to check in at an all-inclusive resort so that you can just make one payment and never have to crunch the numbers while on your honeymoon.

Here is a guide for finding the best honeymoon all inclusive resort. Let’s answer some of the basic questions.

How Much Does An All Inclusive Honeymoon Cost?

Of course, there is a package for everyone at various points on the price range but generally the cost is about $3,000 to $7,000 depending on a list of factors. Don’t give up right away if your budget is below the price range. It is always flexible. You can have your dream honeymoon in under $2,000 but a $20,000 budget is also not very unheard of.

Some of the obvious factors that influence the cost are length of your stay and the destination, the resort you choose, the type of room etc. But since most of these packages include everything starting from airfare, other things like whether you fly coach or first class, rise in jet fuel price, busy season, also have a major influence.

couple relaxing in villa on private island

To give you a more concrete idea, here are some example packages. In a $3k- $5k range, you can plan a 4 to 7 day trip in Mexico, or the Caribbean including food, drinks, tipping and on spot activities. For a slightly higher range of $5k- $7k a Hawaiian honeymoon for a week or more can be afforded including airfare, hotel bookings and car rentals in addition.

If you want to treat yourself to a $7k- $15k vacation, you are looking at a honeymoon in French Polynesia, Australia, Europe or even Asia for a duration of about 10 to 12 days including basic amenities and activities.

What’s Usually Included In An All Inclusive Resort?

The expense and services included do depend on the price of the package and the resort that you have chosen but in general, most resorts include the room and room service fares, food and beverages both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. And if the location is along the beach, some non-motorized water sports are also included in the package.

However, before jumping at a quotation that you think is an absolute steal, do check what is included very minutely. Many resorts have hidden costs in their offers such as WiFi and the spa not being included in the package, or restricting access to high-end in-house restaurants and premium liquor.

So do your research and make sure you have all you will need in the package because getting a costlier package to include everything will actually be cheaper than buying a beer or wine at the table that you are just craving but is outside your package.

What Things Should You Look For When Choosing An All Inclusive Honeymoon Resort?


Booking everything in a package can certainly save you some money than booking every ticket and room separately from separate vendors. Also it will save you some time and stress of organizing the trip. Also, you will barely have to carry any cash because most of the things you will need or do, you’ve already paid for it in the package. It is a dream come true for couples who would like to stick to their budget, but even for couples who prefer spending as they go, it can be a good option for at least booking the basic amenities in one go and leaving others like drinks and activities out of the package.

Personal Preferences

All-inclusive resorts do have their shortcomings in the sense that when you book the package you have everything planned and fixed. This can be a good thing if you just want a simple seamless vacation experience but for those with a thirst for adventure, this option might sell short on the thrill of not knowing what’s coming next.

Drinking and Dining

As discussed before, it is very important to minutely check what is included in the package, same goes for the food and booze. When going for an all-inclusive resort, it is important to keep an open mind regarding wine labels and buffets. More often than not it is not possible to be picky about such things when having a reasonably priced all inclusive package. The meals offered under a package will also be timed, so that all the guests are to have the meal simultaneously.

Stay Duration

All-inclusive resorts are best suited for stays around a week or two at maximum. Most of the trip planned revolves around the resort itself. The food, activities, amenities all under the same roof, or at least in the same area. It can lose its charm in case of an extended stay.

If you are planning on exploring the local cuisines and trying out different restaurants, this might nit be for you. You can always do whatever you want and eat wherever and whenever you want but you might have some guilt lingering around about having paid for the same meals at the resort which will be wasted.

What Are The Best Adults Only All Inclusive Resorts?

If you prefer to spend quality time with your new spouse and maybe, not be disturbed by a screaming child throwing a tantrum five feet away from you, you might want to look into the adult only honeymoon all-inclusive resorts. Here are some top picks.

Jade Mountain-Resort, St. Lucia

This luxury all inclusive resort concocts the best formula of Caribbean beauty with stunning architecture. You will have a view of the mesmerizing coast along with the Piti and Gros Piton mountains in sight from the windows and balconies of this resort tucked away in the hillside.

Jade Mountain-Resort, St. Lucia
Rolling Mountains, vibrant green jungles and pristine waters

The 15 foit tall suits are eco-friendly and also equipped with whirlpool tubs and infinity pools right inside your room. Oh, and you will have your dedicated butler too. You can find a top-notch spa in the premises and also a sky deck with drinks, music and the stars in the sky. The package will also include mouthwatering cuisine which is organic and sourced locally.

Komandoo-Maldives Island-Resort, Maldives

The resort is only a 45 minute flight away from the Male airport and has a view to kill for. On a private island, this resort is an ideal intimate getaway for couples where they can choose from 65 rooms that line the beach.

You will find Beach Villas, Jacuzzi Beach and Water Villas decked with lavish amenities. Your room will have a flat-screen TV and Nespresso machine in addition to a full minibar. The real gem is however the private patios for you to relax in a jacuzzi or a daybed. Or you can just stroll into the beach and blue sea. Couples massage at the spa and an infinity pool on the beach with food and drink service – what mire could you ask for!

Secrets Wild-Orchid Montego-Bay, Jamaica

This sprawling adults only resort with an array of luxury facilities in Jamaica is one the best choices for spending a romantic time with your partner. If a luxury spa, in-house movie theatre and a shopping space wasn’t enough, the resort boasts of 10 restaurants and 8 bars! Yes, you heard that right. Activities include water sports in the peninsula beach area line with pure sand and turquoise waters.

You will also find a swim-up bar and open air restaurant. Some out of the ordinary activities include cooking classes and dance classes while jogging trails and ping-pong can prove to be really refreshing. If you are not happy with the basic amenities including a flat-screen TV, stocked minibar and contemporary decor you can upgrade to a room with a jacuzzi on the balcony.

Sandals LaSource-Grenada Resort-&-Spa, Grenada

This couple only all-inclusive resort is located right in the middle of the south-western tip of the island. Erected amidst acres of curated and landscaped grounds, the resort boasts of multiple pools, a luxury spa and delicious restaurants. The premises is designed for couples to find privacy and explore a romantic fire pit, a gazebo, or a pair of swinging chairs overlooking the waters from a pier.

Sandals LaSource-Grenada Resort-&-Spa
Where does the infinity pool end and the sea begin?

You can choose from a few types of rooms such as one with a private butler or the one with an outdoor soaking tup on a private deck, but all rooms have the basic flat-screen TVs, minibars and rainfall showerheads as staples.

Excellence Playa-Mujeres, Cancun

Located in the northern parts of Cancun is this luxurious and stylish all inclusive resort with comfortable rooms and ocean views. With a little splurging you can have swim-up access and private plunge pools. There are ten restaurants and eleven bars to choose from and also multiple pools. You can also receive a relaxing treatment from the Miile spa on the premises.

Guests can also sunbathe on a beautiful stretch of sand with loungers at the lazy river. Activities include snorkeling and paddle boarding. Rooms are decked with king-size beds and minibars full of high-end alcohol. Rooftop terraces are fitted with plunge pools and showers.

Royal-Davui Island-Resort, Fiji

Tucked away in Fiji’s Bega Lagoon, this resort is a sliver of paradise. Instead of having large number of rooms, the resort focuses on its guests to make sure they have the experience of a lifetime. Here you’ll find glass doors leading to sun decks with plunge pools and a panoramic view.

A champagne breakfast will fuel you for the adventures that await including diving snorkeling and kayaking amidst the colourful marine life. At the end of the day, unwind at the spa with fresh coconut milk and oil.

Our Top 3 All Inclusive Resorts In The World

Constance Moofushi, Maldives

Location: South Ari Atoll, Alifu Atoll, Maldives
Constance Moofushi resort has the best private airport lounges and provides a luxurious vibe to the passengers with all its amenities starting right from boarding the seaplane flight from Male for reaching the private island. This place is ideal for enthusiastic divers who are willing to splurge a little, this chic yet comfortably casual resort is located 30 minutes from the World’s best dive spots which also has an excellent house reef.

The resort has 110 rooms that are equipped with sophisticated architecture, artistic design, premium minibars, best entertainment systems, and a stunning view of the sea where some are placed directly over the water. Along with a picturesque beach, staying here is also accompanied by many water sports including snorkeling, high-quality of foods and drinks, and lounge by the pool.

The Royal-Hideaway-Playacar, Playa Del Carmen

Location: Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo
A member of the Leading Hotels of the Wold hospitality consortium, this resort is a gem. It goes without saying that this is one of the most luxurious resorts you will find in the locality. It boasts of state-of-the-art rooms filled with high-end amenities, a gorgeous spa as well as many pools and of course, the best food you will find.

Royal Hideaway Playacar All-Inclusive Adults Only Resort
An adults only resort that offers the ultimate luxury experience and unrivalled amenities

This sophisticated place with lavish grounds and a Beachfront view is also just a short drive away from an evening spent shopping on the Playa’s Fifth Avenue, making it a very attractive honeymooning option for newlywed couples.

Samabe Bali-Suites & Villas

Location: Nusa Dua, Nusa Dua Peninsula, Bali
This Beachfront resort redefines luxury. Located on a cliff top, it is just 5 minutes away from central Nusa Dua. It offers a total of 81 villas and suits adorned with elegant and contemporary and well as traditional Indonesian interior decor and balconies with an amazing view of the ocean. The villas consist of a maximum of two rooms and an infinity pool all to yourself.

The resort provides everything from a wonderful spa and infinity pools to private beaches, kid’s club and two top-notch restaurants. There are also an array of activities on premises that you can check out. The all-inclusive packages include facilities like daily spa treatments, Beachside yoga classes and cultural tours.

Have we helped you pick your dream all inclusive honeymoon resort? What ones are on your shortlist? Be sure to drop a comment below, we’d love to hear from you.