If you’re planning an all-inclusive vacation in 2019, consider one of these new resorts in the Caribbean and Mexico.
Secrets St. Martin
The adults-only, all-inclusive Secrets St. Martin debuts later this year with a rooftop pool, swim-up suites and one of the largest pools in the Caribbean.
The new resort brings 24-hour concierge service and a wide variety of restaurants and activities to the French side of the island.
Editor’s Note: Secrets St. Martin Resort & Spa has a new opening date of March 1, 2020.
Wyndham Candelero Beach Resort
The new Wyndham Candelero Beach Resort in Puerto Rico offers an all-inclusive package that includes all meals, snacks and unlimited drinks.
The resort also features 107 guest rooms; eight restaurants, including a wood-fired pizzeria and a ceviche bar; an adults-only infinity pool; a family pool with lazy river; and tons of activities ranging from golf to sailing. | CHECK PRICES & PHOTOS
Royalton Suites Cancun Resort & Spa
Mexico newcomer Royalton Suites Cancun debuted this January with 457 luxury suites and the brand’s first ever SkyClub rooftop bar. The exclusive SkyClub boasts a rooftop pool, cabanas, modern dining and an elevated nightclub experience with unrivaled panoramic views of the Cancun Strip.
As an added bonus, guests staying at the all-inclusive Royalton Suites Cancun can upgrade to Diamond Club and receive a premium level of service which offers private butlers, a dedicated beach and pool area, and access to an exclusive lounge. | CHECK PRICES & PHOTOS
S Hotel Jamaica
Early Spring’s debut of S Hotel Jamaica on Doctor’s Cave beach in Montego Bay unveiled posh amenities like a pool with swim-out cabanas and a spa with subterranean plunge pools and ESPA products.
The stylish 120-room hotel’s proximity to Montego Bay’s “Hip Strip” makes it easy to stroll to nearby restaurants. An optional all-inclusive meal plan is also available. | CHECK PRICES & PHOTOS
Hyatt Ziva & Hyatt Zilara, Dominican Republic
This pair of all-inclusive resorts is set to debut in late 2019 in the sought-after luxury development of Cap Cana, in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. The 750-room resort complex will feature both a Hyatt Zilara resort for adults and a Hyatt Ziva resort for guests of all ages within the same beachfront site.
Hyatt Ziva and Hyatt Zilara resorts are already popular in Mexico and Jamaica, offering perks like swim-up infinity pools, 24-hour room service and locally inspired activities.
Royalton Antigua Resort & Spa
The luxe resort also offers the brand’s first-ever microbrewery, Score Brewhouse, plus swoon-worthy beachfront a la carte restaurants overlooking Deep Bay and the iconic Fort Barrington. | CHECK PRICES & PHOTOS
Club Med Michès Playa Esmeralda
Opening late in the year, Club Med’s newest all-inclusive will be comprised of four boutique villages – two that are adults-only, one that has a major focus on families, and one that is great for both couples and families.
Plus, the resort’s location in the lush region of Miches near Samana Bay can’t be beat. Local hotspots include Laguna Limón, Samana Bay, and Montaña Redonda, known for its famous peak and Instagram-worthy swing.
These new resorts aren’t all-inclusive, but we love them too much to leave them off our list: