List of All-Inclusive Package Vacations for Couples

Most of your vacation time should be spent on relaxing and not stressing about where to go and what to do. Luckily, this is a list of vacations that have inclusive packages, giving you more options on what to do within an arm’s reach of the place and with your special someone.


If you want to spend time far from distractions and dedicating your time to focus on yourself and your partner, then Tiamo may be the right place for you. This resort maintains its exclusivity with its 10-rooms and cottages capacity and its secluded location, only accessible via boat or seaplane. If you are vacationing with that special someone, Tiamo’s offered activities such as paddleboarding, snorkeling, bonefishing, or simply relaxing on by the pool or seaside will surely make you enjoy each other’s company.

Sandals LaSource Grenada

Sandals LaSource Grenada is located on Pink Gin Beach as a one-of-a-kind resort that not only has rooms with amazing seaside views, but also has the popular 10 world-class restaurants that offer different cuisines such as European, Caribbean, and Asian dishes. Butler services and unlimited free-flowing drinks of house wines, premium spirits, and coffee is included. Staying at Sandals will definitely take the stress out of you by making you feel like royalty.

Couples Swept Away

Couples Swept Away offers a boho-themed experience on a beach that stretches up to seven miles. This 10-acre resort also has many facilities such as a 10-acre sports and fitness complex, a spa, pools, and jacuzzis that will keep you entertained and spending time with your special someone.

Beloved Playa Mujeres

The Beloved Playa Mujeres is a 5-star luxury Mexican boutique hotel filled with many activities — whether you would just like to relax by the poolside or go on engaging activities such as fishing, seaside golf, and boating. The resort also offers complimentary phone calls for you to share your experience with family and friends.

Some Fun Things to do in Nassau

Vacationing in Nassau is an exciting adventure, but what makes it exciting is planning out your itinerary with activities that will make you get to know Nassau. Here are some fun activities to do in Nassau.

Explore Nassau’s Hidden Treasures

One of the common things to do as a tourist is to get to know the history and the interesting features your travel destination has. The Cloisters is a place that holds the remains of a French monastery that was built in the 14th century. Historically, the Cloisters was a part of a four-piece collection that was imported to the United States from France by William Randolph Hearst, a newspaper baron, and then he transferred it to the Bahamas in the 1960s.

Another hidden treasure of Nassau that you can visit is the Paradise Island playground. This megaresort will not leave you bored or with nothing to do. Its marine theme will explain its humongous waterscape with over 30 swimming pools and areas that accommodate water activities.

Indulge the Flavors of the Bahamas

What better way to get to know the Bahamas is through food! Immersing yourself in the culture of their food is one way of communicating with them because the food is something that brings different people together. Partake in Tru Bahamian Food Tours’ Bites of Nassau tour. It is a three-hour tour that lets you walk through the culture of Nassau with your palate.

Be a Tourist!

It is a given fact that tourists always buy souvenirs from their travels—whether it is for them to immortalize their unique experience in Nassau or to gift to family and friends. Buying handmade souvenirs such as accessories, clothes, bags, and other crafts not only makes your vacation more worthwhile, but it also supports local artists in Nassau. Visit Craft Cottage to find handmade crafts made by a team of locals under artist Nadine Ramphal. The Craft Cottage is located near Bay Street and the Doongalik Art Gallery.

Best Hotels in Nassau

Nassau houses so many hotels to accommodate their many tourists. Here are some hotels to check out when you are in need of a place in Nassau:


Graycliff is considered as the oldest hotel in Nassau. This hotel features 20 rooms, 2 swimming pools, the Graycliff Restaurant, and the first 5-star restaurant in the Caribbean. It also has the third largest wine cellar in the Western Hemisphere that houses approximately 175,000 bottles of wine. The interesting character of Graycliff does not stop there – it also makes its own world-renowned cigars to complement their palate of good cuisine and wines.

The Island House

The Island House, located in the Lyford Cay area, is not just a hotel that has a 30-room capacity, but it also has amenities that will keep you occupied on your vacation. It has a spa, a cafe, a fitness center, and a small cinema. The Island House also features two restaurants: Shima, a Southeast Asian-themed restaurant on its top floor and Mahogany House, a Mediterranean-themed restaurant. They also have a wine collection open when you dine at Mahogany House where wine enthusiasts can buy a bottle or two.

Compass Point

Compass Point is known for its eccentrically colored cottages located by the waters. Taking inspiration from “Junkanoo”, a Bahamian Carnival, all the colorful cottages feature a breathtaking seaside view. The hotel is located in Love Beach, giving you access to swim in their pool or into the cerulean ocean. They also offer activities such as adventure tours, food tours, horseback riding, and a distillery tour.

British Colonial Hilton

The British Colonial Hilton is a large hotel that holds 288 rooms, a hotel perfect for those traveling to Nassau for business trips. This is the only hotel located downtown with its property on the sand. It is also a hotel that has facilities that are accessible and friendly to those with disabilities.