Top 3 All Inclusive Resorts in Europe
A Look at 3 Europe All Inclusive Luxury Resort Hotels
Ever find planning a holiday stressful? Are you looking to de-stress with a holiday yet find planning a holiday adds to the stress! It can be a difficult task with so many things to consider to actually finding something to suit everyone. All inclusive resorts can take the hassle out of planning a holiday; as the name suggests everything is included like food and drink.
All inclusive luxury resorts offer something extra – a range of fantastic facilities and services. You may never have to leave your resort.
Europe All Inclusive – InterContinental Aphrodite Hills Resort
InterContinental Aphrodite Hills Resort
Cyprus is known for its great beaches; it has 57 Blue Flag awarded beaches to be precise. But staying at the InterContinental Aphrodite Hills Resort you might not notice. Anyone looking to find a retreat from city life will be thrilled with the location. It’s set on a hillside with nothing but 578 acres of verdant surroundings, the Mediterranean Sea and Aphrodite’s Rock.
For mind, body and soul rejuvenation, book a session in the award-winning Retreat Spa.
Sink into tranquility with the aid of state of the art facilities and natural treatments including Greco-Roman bathing rituals. Enjoy a massage complete with an unrivaled view at the outdoor massage pavilions. If you prefer to work up a sweat, the resort is home to the world renowned Annabel Croft Tennis Academy. Improve your tennis game and book a coaching session with a pro. Keen golfers can tee-off at the nearby 18-hole Championship golf course and improve their swing at the academy.
The resort is perfect for keeping kids entertained with the extensive playground, Pirates Village. Children of ages 3 to 12 years can partake in a range of fun activities including arts and crafts, dancing and sports to name a few. There is also a crèche facility for parents who want time to themselves as a couple.
Europe All Inclusive – Marbella Beach Hotel
Marbella Beach Hotel
Greece remains a favourite European destination for those who just want to get away from it all and relax on soft sandy beaches whilst looking out at a blue sea. The island of Corfu is just one such perfect island with 35 Blue Flag awarded beaches to relax on. One of the most luxurious all inclusive resorts in the whole of Greece is the Marbella Beach Hotel. Perched on a hillside 30 minutes away from the hustle and bustle of Corfu Town, the hotel presents an idyllic retreat.
The hotel boasts of five swimming pools (two seawater pools, two children’s pools and a fresh water pool); five restaurants serving traditional Greek and fresh seafood dishes and three bars. Pamper yourself with manicure, pedicure and coiffure services or stretch your limbs and join the yoga, stretch-aerobics or water gym programs. There are a number of sports courts including tennis, volleyball and basketball while a range of water sports are available to try at the beach. The hotel also hosts theme nights, discos and fun beach nights.
Europe All Inclusive – Melia Salinas and The Garden Villas
You could mistake Costa Teguise for a more exotic location like the Maldives when you arrive so you will be surprised to find it is in Lanzarote! This part of the island is particularly popular for its beaches; Melia Salinas & The Garden Villas is surrounded by not one, not two but three beaches! That’s not the only way guests will be spoiled; the resort is famed for its attentive services and luxurious surroundings too – the Garden Villas best express this.
The nine private villas feature a salt-water swimming pool, an exotic garden space with more than a hundred flowers and plants from around the world, a four-poster bed and an outdoor terrace with jaw-dropping views. If you do decide to leave your villa (not sure why you would though), the adult only resort offers a number of sporting activities, a water sports center, a health and beauty center and salon, live music and shows and bicycle hire so you can explore the beautiful Lanzarote landscape.
There is something to please everyone’s taste palettes with four restaurants serving dishes from around the world. For a romantic dinner dine at the Marea restaurant, nestled between beautiful gardens and fountains, which offer international cuisine.
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Have you experienced an all inclusive resort in Europe? If so, where did you go and how was your holiday experience?
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