Thailand is a luxurious tropical paradise, a haven rich in culture, pristine waters, marvelous beaches, and exquisite cuisines. It also flaunts one-of-a-kind entertainment and intensely fun nightlife. It is the definition of a perfect vacation & get-away.
However, planning your trip is also a daunting task. Aside from searching for the perfect flight schedule and booking your ticket, you also need to plan and choose your accommodation, travel itinerary, activities, and restaurants to dine.
Why worry about all of these things if you can save time, money, and effort by booking in an all-inclusive hotel with an affordable nightly price? Check out our recommendation of the best all-inclusive resorts in Thailand and choose which one suits your needs and preferences.
5. 500 Rai Khao Sok Floating Resort
A diverse Thailand vacation experience is an understatement when describing 500 Rai Khao Sok Floating Resort. This 3.5-star lakefront all-inclusive hotel in Thailand offers a Maldive-like experience with its breathtakingly beautiful setting in the middle of Ban Ta Khun lake waters. Located within a national park, travelers can witness the unadulterated beauty of Cheow Lan Lake and Rommanee Hot Spring as well as the lush green forest on the nearby island.
The hotel flaunts an infinity pool which allows guests to plunge into the cool refreshing water while taking in the breathtaking view of the lake, islands, and mountains. You can bathe in the warm rays of the sun and get that tan you’ve been dreaming of.
The floating resort also has an on-site restaurant called Ta Lai Nai that serves sumptuous dishes and accepts cooked-to-order breakfasts. Drink your favorite cocktail mixes, beers, wines, and imported spirits in the hotel’s lounge and bar area. Strong and free wifi connection, coffeemakers and teamakers in common areas, and accommodating concierge are widely available to ensure that the needs of every guest are met.
500 Rai Khao Sok has 18 fully airconditioned private rooms interiorly decorated with native cabin style which complements the beautiful setting. Each room is equipped with ceiling fans, premium beddings, rainfall showerheads in the bathrooms, and a balcony where you can lounge. Business-friendly amenities such as working desks and phones are available. However, access to in-room internet connection, hair dryers, and services such as in-room body massage are available upon request. They also offer off-site parking, roundtrip airport shuttle, and ferry terminal shuttle.
Some of the activities they offer are BBQ grills, swimming, rafting, boat tours, cave exploration, and biking or hiking on the nearby islands.
4. Centara Grand Beach Resorts and Villas
This 42 villas hotel located in Hua Hin is one of the best resorts in Thailand on the beach since its inception in the early 1920s. Perfectly nestled on the beachfront, you can enjoy a walk at the seashore or plunge into the pristine crystal clear water of the sea, sunbathe and achieve sun-tanned skin.
The 5 stars beach resort in Thailand features a well-maintained garden, a magnificently landscaped outdoors, and a terrace with a panoramic view of the garden, lush greeneries, and rolling waves of the beach. It is equipped with everything that travelers could ask for such as a Jacuzzi, a plunge pool, 4 swimming pools, a fully equipped fitness center, 2 tennis courts, and a spa. For guests with active lifestyles, you can enjoy Muay Thai or Tai Chi classes, or play golf on the nearby golf course. They also have kid-centered amenities such as kiddie pools and 2 kids clubs.
Centara Grand Beach Resorts and Villas offers spacious colonial-style rooms with areas ranging from 170 sq. m (1800 sq. ft) for suites and 120 sq. m (1300 sq. ft) for villas. Rooms are adorned with polished hardwood floors, high ceilings, classic wood furniture, Thai silk, and a bathroom with bathtubs. A sliding wood paned glass door divides the room and the balcony which you can open to let ventilation and light in.
For your dining needs, the hotel’s Coast Beach Bar & Grill serves fresh seafood dishes, mouthwatering grilled meats, and cocktail drinks. Other dining options include the Hagi Japanese Restaurant and Suan Bua Thai Restaurant, a colonial-themed cafe, and an all-day dining restaurant.
The property is just 5 minutes walk from the village center where you’ll find abundant shopping and dining options such as a night market, and fishing pier, and just 7km away from Hua Hin Airport.
If you are looking to stay at one of the best Thailand beach resorts that offer an all-inclusive package, look no further.
3. The Village Coconut Island
If you want to experience what it’s like living on an island, the Village Coconut Island is one of the best Thailand all-inclusive resorts to stay in. Located on Coconut island off the coast of Phuket, you will get the beachside get-away experience – plunging into the warm waters of the sea and catching some sun and some tan on the beach.
This 5-star, smoke-free resort boasts 3 outdoor swimming pools, a full-service spa, 3 restaurants, 2 outdoor tennis courts, and other complementary amenities such as a strong wifi connection and free parking. You may chill and drink your favorite cocktails at their poolside bar, beach bar, or at the hotel’s main bar where you’ll find various cocktails, local wines, and imported spirits.
There are also lots of outdoor activities to choose from such as beach volleyball, billiards, canoeing, biking, kayaking, sailing, and a lot more. If you’re a fitness enthusiast, you’ll surely enjoy their aerobics classes, beach yoga, and regular yoga classes. Plus, they also have a sauna and steam room though that might be overkill considering Thailand is already hot in general.
The 5-star luxury beach resort offers various all-inclusive packages and has 236 fully airconditioned rooms equipped with minibars and safes that are perfect for couples, families, and friends. Rooms has an access to a patio or balcony with a panoramic view of the outdoors allowing you to lavish in the fresh morning breeze and the sweet scent of the sea.
What’s even more enticing is that it is located near Phuket Orchid Garden, Phuket Zoo, Central Festival Phuket Shopping Center, Boat Lagoon Marina, Royal Phuket Marina, Cape Yamu, and Laem Hin Pier to name a few.
If you are heading to Phuket and are searching for an all-inclusive trip to Thailand then look no further. Party, relax, and enjoy.
2. Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
Nestled in the lush green forest setting, this all-inclusive resort offers a diverse experience starting from their multi-lingual staff, outdoor pool with an unhindered sweeping view of the breathtaking mountainous fields and river, down to their relaxing spa tub.
Located in Chiang Saen, Chiang Rai the Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle is a breath of fresh air from the usual beachfront resort scenario.
For a quick grub and exquisite dining experience, they have an onsite restaurant that serves a free buffet breakfast and a lounge bar where you can find some of the best Thai wines and cocktails. But if you prefer imported spirits, you may also order one from their accommodating bartender.
Additionally, the hotel provides extensive services such as a 24-hour business center intended for guests who came for business and work, laundry & dry cleaning, free wifi access, and friendly concierge assistance.
They also offer free self-parking and a 24 hours free airport shuttle that will bring you from and back to the nearest airport (Tachilek Airport). Complimentary newspapers, portable fans, toiletries, and bottled water are also provided to guests.
The Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle offers 14 fully air-conditioned rooms equipped with minibars, safes, in-room refrigerators, coffee and tea makers, deep-soaking bathtubs, and muscle-relaxing showers. You may also request hypoallergenic beddings and in-room massages. They also offer unique experiences such as archery, ecotours, fishing, and spa services.
The hotel also has on-site restaurants, the Nong Yao & Elephant Camp, that serves authentic Thai dishes. But if you want to venture into different sumptuous dishes and delicacies, you can try the nearby restaurants such as Sala Mae Nam Thai, Sriwan, Golden View, Food Court, and Mekong Pizza.
Aside from the stunning view of the mountains, forest, and river, you will also enjoy the sight of elephants and buffalos. The hotel also provides easy access to the renowned Hall of Opium which is famous among those who love to explore the vibrant and diverse Thai culture.
Nature lovers will surely appreciate Golden Triangle Park and Wat Phra That Wai Dao. If you want to unravel history, visit the nearby Doi Sang Ngo and Chiang Saen National Museum.
1. Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp Resort
If you are looking for that complete tropical experience, then this is the most suitable all-inclusive hotel for you. This 5-star hotel flaunts a breathtaking outdoor infinity pool with a magnificent view of Thailand’s rich mountains and greeneries. A sauna and a full spa are also available to keep your body relaxed after a day of sightseeing at the location, trekking, and fun-filled adventure.
The hotel is surrounded by lush bamboo forest giving off a relaxing vibe with the fresh wind breeze keeping the area cool despite the warm and humid temperature in the country. It has 2 restaurants ready to serve you Thai’s sumptuous cuisines. This luxury resort also includes a deli/snack bar. You may enjoy a drink of your favorite cocktail or premium spirits in one of the bars’ which includes a lounge area and a poolside bar.
Traveling as a business traveler? Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort has an on-site business center. In addition, each room is equipped with strong wireless internet access, a work desk, a safe, and a phone to give you a comfortable working space to conduct your business and other work-related commitments. Make sure to bring your business attires with you.
For families traveling with kids, families may enjoy the amazing kiddie pool. They also have a gym & fitness center as well as a library for adults who want to spend their “me time” at peace.
Traveling from and to the nearest airport is also convenient through their airport shuttle service. Practically, anything you need is already made available in the hotel.
Thailand is one of the cheapest countries a traveler must visit. Vacations and travel are supposed to be fun and hassle-free. However, due to the fact that we are going to a foreign country or place and we only have limited ideas about where to stay, where to dine, and what activities to try, we often bombard our minds with questions and ideas.
Overthinking is already a huge hassle to our vacation experience. Instead of worrying, it’s time to pick one from the long list of gorgeous accommodations and all-inclusive vacation resorts in Thailand. May our top picks of the Best Thailand All-Inclusive Resort To Stay help you decide what resort to choose for your next Thailand all-inclusive trip.