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Mazatlan, Mexico

Not every family needs all the bells and whistles that come with a large all-inclusive resort. Sure, it's pretty awesome to have a kids' club, a white-sand beach, poolside bingo, and evening shows just a short walk away whenever the urge strikes. But for families of babies, toddlers, or preschoolers who don't need constant organized entertainment and activities—or lower-key families in...

Playa Del carmen, Mexico

A drop-dead gorgeous setting is always a plus, and Playa del Carmen's 664-room, village-style Riu Tequila can certainly lay claim to that. But the resort is also an ideal spot for those who like their all-inclusives brimming with activity.

Its four restaurants, 24-hour snacks, three bars, and disco offer plenty of options for on-site fun. But guests here also have full access (minus...

Puerto Aventuras, Mexico

Tucked away in the heart of the Riviera Maya is the quiet gated community of Puerto Aventuras and the Catalonia Riviera Maya resort. The azure waters of the Mexican Caribbean and a slim-but-pretty white-sand beach are the big draw here, but there's more to love than just surf and sand.

First, although you're staying at the Riviera, you actually have access to all the amenities of two...

Highgate Springs, VT

You won't find any televisions or video games in the guest rooms at The Tyler Place Family Resort in northern Vermont, a stone's throw from the Quebec border. But you will find biking trails, an archery range, waterskiing on a huge lake, tennis courts, an arts-and-crafts center, and swimming pools on the property's 165 action-packed acres. It's summer camp for all ages at this...

Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico

The newest resort community in Mexico, Riviera Nayarit was specially designed to offer a quieter, more luxurious experience than Cancun or Puerto Vallarta. In fact, though it's on the Pacific coast and one of its districts is called Nuevo Vallarta, anyone who works in tourism in the area will tell you that the region is "in Nayarit, not Jalisco," as though wishing to distance themselves from...

Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Open since November 2010, Azul Fives is the newest of three Azul properties on Mexico's Riviera Maya, the popular resort area that lies south of Cancun. If the toy-lending library, featuring playthings by Fisher-Price, isn't enough to lure you to Azul Fives for your all-inclusive family vacation in Mexico, perhaps the huge Azulitos Kid's Club and its array of My Gym equipment (ropes,...

Clark, CO

Wide-open meadows, thick pine forest, pretty aspen groves, and looming mountains… welcome to nature on steroids at Vista Verde, a luxury, all-inclusive guest ranch near Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Vista Verde may be a dude ranch, but this property offers so much more than just horseback riding. Think gourmet meals, whitewater-rafting and fly-fishing trips, mountain biking, a plethora of...

Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Ecotourism and the Yucatán tourist zone are hardly cozy bedfellows, but that's why this Riviera Maya newcomer is such a welcome addition. It's a luxury resort in the grand Cancún tradition—multiple restaurants, freeform swimming pools every which way you turn, endless cocktails available at the wave of your hand, and enough activities and amenities to keep an ADD family busy for...

Akumal, Mexico

If it feels like you're in the jungle here, well, you are. But you're hardly isolated. Cut into the lush vegetation of Mexico's Caribbean coastline, the 288-room, adults-only Royal Tulum manages to create an inviting environment that's secluded, yet flush with options. Indoors, guests can take advantage of a spa, a health club, seven restaurants, four bars, a disco, and nightly entertainment....

Darby, MT

We would tell you that this is no ordinary ranch, but one of its guests says it better. "My wife and I have been there 22 times now, and in the past several years we've been going twice a year," he announces, "and it deserves all the kudos that I've ever seen it get."

Not only that, but this longtime regular, Peter Furniss of Georgia, stresses that over the years, every aspect of the...


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