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10 best all-inclusive resorts in the USA

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We asked our readers to vote for their favorite all-inclusive resorts in the USA, and these are the winners.

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10. Canyon Ranch Lenox

Stays at Canyon Ranch Lenox in the Berkshires include healthy meals, a choice of more than 35 daily activities, one-on-one consultations with wellness experts and access to the resort’s spa.

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9. The Lodge at Woodloch

This adults-only spa resort in the Poconos invites guests to step away from the whirlwind of life to refocus with everything from meditation, yoga or spinning to painting, cooking or wine tasting.

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8. Castle Hot Springs

Castle Hot Springs in the spectacular Sonoran Desert centers on three hot springs pools tucked into a secluded canyon.

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7. Club Med Sandpiper Bay

Club Med Sandpiper Bay in Florida caters to active travelers, with beach and swimming activities. Expert pros at Club Med Academy are on hand to coach beach volleyball, tennis, golf and fitness.

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6. C Lazy U Ranch

The traditions of the American West are alive and well at this Colorado resort, where visitors can go horseback riding, practice cattle pushing, hike, mountain bike, cross country ski or go snowshoeing.

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5. Grand Hotel

Guests at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island might find themselves on rocking chairs on the world's longest porch, overlooking the Straits of Mackinac. This historic hotel opened in 1887.

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4. Triple Creek Ranch

This luxury guest ranch in Western Montana offers an all-inclusive experience complete with stunning scenery, plush accommodations in private log cabins and outdoor activities throughout the year.

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3. Vista Verde Ranch

This resort in Steamboat Springs, Colorado takes the dude ranch experience to a new level of luxury with gourmet dining, spa treatments, top-notch service and luxury accommodations.

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2. The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island

Guests of this resort on Georgia's Golden Isles have 7 miles of pristine beach and 11,000 acres of undeveloped wilderness to explore. The resort is only accessible by boat.

1. Mustang Monument

Proceeds from stays at Mustang Monument in Nevada benefit the wild mustang populations that call the property home. Rates include meals, spa treatments and numerous adventures and activities.

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