Finding the Perfect Resort for You

All-inclusive resort

The winter is upon us, and there’s no better time to head out for a vacation. From Mexico to Jamaica, there are hundreds of resorts around the globe to consider before hopping on a plane to your dream destination, and a new resort comparison can help decide. When choosing the spot for your tropical escape, there are seemingly endless factors that come into play. Here are a few resort types to consider, and some that offer the best out there in each category.

• All-Inclusive Resorts: All-inclusive resorts can be pricy, but they come packed with fun, luxurious activities. Kayaking, golf, and massages are all things you’d most likely fork over some extra cash for in other places, but come free with an all-inclusive stay. The Azul Beach Resort in Puerta Morelos, Mexico offers amazing amenities (cooking lessons, anyone?), four amazing on-site restaurants, and is just a short 20 minutes from Cancun International Airport.

• Spa Resorts: For many, a true vacation is filled with massages, manicures and facials, and only a great Destination Spa will do the trick. Some of the best spa resorts in the world lie in beautiful Hawaii, and in my opinion, nothing quite stacks up like the Westin Maui. Anti-aging, body wraps, tanning and soaks are just a few of the dozens of treatments offered at this Hawaiian. With a price tag of around $4000, this spa resort is no bargain, but if its pampering and luxury that you’re after, you won’t be disappointed.

• Ski Resorts: Finally, if you prefer to stay active over your vacation, then a week at a ski resort may be your best bet. While some like it hot and flee to the beach, others prefer to cozy up next to the fire in a snow-covered log cabin. For the ultimate snow-ridden experience, make your way to Whistler’s Blackcomb Ski Resort. With over 1300 skiable acres and 38 lifts, you’ll never grow tired of the same runs.

Ski resort

This winter, treat yourself to some of the world’s finest resorts, and have a vacation you’ll never forget.

Guest post by Noah Greenberg from FindTheBest.

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2 Responses to “Finding the Perfect Resort for You”

  1. Sammy says:

    kayaking can also be a great winter time activity. Although the water may be cold, paddling a kayak can be a great form of exercise and the physical activity keeps you warm.
    The best time to go is toward spring when the ice is melting and is also a good opportunity to some great fishing. As the water starts to warm, the fish tend to feed more in preparation for the spawning season.

  2. Laurel says:

    I love ski resorts, but am not a big fan of all-inclusive resorts. I’ve never stayed at a spa resort, but this has moved to the top of my list.

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