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5 Best All-Inclusive Resorts for Honeymoons

jade-mountain-honeymoon.jpgFew travel decisions are as weighty as deciding where to honeymoon. No surprise many newlyweds choose all-inclusive resorts: Pay one price and leave worries and wallets behind. Imagine your most extravagant fantasies, from private torch-lit beach dinners to personal butler service, plus a whole range of activities in exotic locales that promote rest, relaxation, and romance à deux. These five resorts (narrowed down from heaps of idyllic options around the world) are the cream of the crop; they're so swooningly romantic, you'd want to propose there if you weren't already...married.

Jade Mountain

Soufrière, St. Lucia

The setting of this stunning boutique resort, 600 feet above St. Lucia's rugged southwest coast, isn't just dramatic: It's a literal cliff-hanger. Architect/owner Nick Troubetzkoy and wife Karolin carved the hideaway from the bluff with unimpeded views of the iconic twin Pitons, St. Lucia's UNESCO World Heritage site. And every element of the resort blends seamlessly with its stunning surroundings.honeymoon-Triple-Creek-Ranch.jpg Cocoon in one of the 28 suites, open on one side to nature, with soaring 15-foot ceilings and infinity pools that flow out of the bedroom and living areas. Each bathroom is unique, but all offer stainless steel showers and whirpool tubs for two. Your major domo, summoned by your cell phone, psychically intuits your needs, while James Beard Award-winning chef Allen Susser is at the helm of the resort's culinary offerings, which uses ingredients from the resort's two organic plantations.

Rates from , 658/couple (, 894 high season); you must request the all-inclusive Romance package.

chiva-som-honeymoon.jpgInsider Tip: Visit the resort's second beach, Anse Mamin, savor burgers at its jungle grill, then amble into the adjacent working 18th-century plantation, noted for production of cashews to cacao (tours are available with Meno, a font of herbal folklore and local information).

Triple Creek Ranch

Darby, Montana

The ambience is nothing if not amorous at this remote, ravishing Relais et Châteaux retreat straddling 600 acres of Montana's spectacular Bitterroot National Forest. The emphasis is on truly getting away from it all (many of the 23 lavish log cabins sit a half-mile or more from the main lodge). Lodge-pole beds, Western-themed quilts, majestic photos, and world-class local artworks impart a cowboy-chic aesthetic that honors the region's ranching heritage.secrets-maroma-honeymoon-pool.jpg Low-key yet high-tech, you'll be roughing it in style with modern conveniences from Blu-Ray players to private outdoor hot tubs, WiFi to wood-burning fireplaces. Foodies will salivate over chef Jacob Leatherman's scintillating seasonal, farm-to-table fare and extensive wine cellar. All-inclusive rates depending on the season include trail rides, hikes, tennis, fly-casting lessons, snowshoeing, and more. Additional activities for a surcharge include helicopter tours, photo safaris (capture America's Big Five of elk, bear, bighorn sheep, moose, and mountain lion), cattle drives, horseback riding, wildlife watching, and snowmobiling. We love the intensive weekend workshops focusing on photography, cooking, wine, and horsemanship.

Rates from $950/couple.

Insider Tip: The four-night Mountain Romance getaway packages offer a discount (additional days are even cheaper) on the Luxury Cabin plus heartwarming extras from a couple's massage with champagne and chocolates upon arrival.

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I've been to all 3. Cabo rules

by marriedandbored

I've been to all 3.
Los Cabos twice, Puerto Vallarta once, and Cancun once (for the honeymoon).
The resorts in Cancun are GIGANTIC and amazing, but I would still vote for Cabo.
It's so easy to get to Cabo from SD (direct flight), and the weather is the best of all 3 locations (the other two are just too humid much of the time).
If you go to Cabo, stay near the end, not the corridor. There's so much more to do. And like all Mexico resort locations, go in early December. The weather is perfect, and the prices are cheap (it's just before the holiday high-season).

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