4 Best All-Inclusive Resorts in the U.S.

CALIFORNIA Hang out and hang ten at Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa, whose Toes On The Nose wave-riding school provides pros, gear and group discounts. Recharge with sand service (a loaded picnic basket delivered to a beach cabana) and a bonfire butler. This being Cali, the s’mores menu has gluten-free and vegan options. Rooms from $399.

MONTANA The Resort at Paws Up in Greenough sets a glamping gold standard with hardwood floors, copper tubs, chefs and butlers. Two-person packages from $1,195 per night.

UTAH For bridesmaids on a tighter budget, there’s Shooting Star RV Resort, whose eight Airstreams have air-con, kitchens and full bathrooms. Pack your hiking boots and celebrate grrl power on day treks through nearby Bryce Canyon National Park. Airstreams from $129; two-night minimum.

TEXAS Go off the grid (mostly) at El Cosmico, a boho mishmash of teepees, safari tents, vintage trailers and yurts in Marfa, a highdesert town where ranchers and artists coexist. Rent a wood-fired hot tub to soak and shoot the breeze into the wee hours. Rooms from $85.

COLORADO Wanna go wild in the West? Palisade Ranch, a new program at Gateway Canyons Resort & Spa, lets city slickers horseback ride through red rocks, drive cattle, rope, and cheat on diets at fireside cookouts. Allinclusive packages from $1,399 per person per night.

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