Five Must-Visit All-Inclusive Hotels in Europe

Europe is filled with hundreds of amazing destinations to explore, from bustling cities for the culture vulture to majestic mountains for the thrill seeker.


It’s also filled with some of the world’s best all-inclusive hotels for when you just need a relaxing break consisting of nothing more than good food, a few too many cocktails and plenty of sunshine.


With that in mind, here are some of Europe’s best all-inclusive hotels for the next time you want a fuss free holiday, or as an alternative have created an All Inclusive Destination Generator which can help choose your dream destination.



Costa Adeje Gran Hotel


Sitting on top of the Blue Flag awarded El Duque Beach in the Playa de Fanabe resort, Costa Adeje Gran Hotel is perfect for water babies who want to enjoy their stay with little planning or need for leaving the resort.


Three large swimming pools, plus a rooftop pool with the best view in Tenerife, mean there’s plenty of space to cool off from the incredible Spanish heat. Indoors, there’s a full fitness and health centre where you can keep fit or, more likely, relax using the spa services and sauna.


The Costa Adeje has two restaurants; La Finca, offering a constant flow of international buffet food, or La Laja which has a wide a la carte menu available. The Pool Bar has a constant supply of local drinks and snacks available, and the La Zumeria bar has freshly squeezed juice available to keep you refreshed during the day.



Adriana Beach Club All Inclusive, Albufeira


Adriana Beach Club Resort is the perfect hotel for those wanting total seclusion; it is sat in a 17-hectare piece of land lined with lush trees on top of a cliff. Although just minutes’ walk from the stunning Falesia Beach, there is plenty of facilities in the hotel that will keep you busy during your stay.


An on-site golf course, outdoor tennis courts and multiple pools will keep even the sportiest guests happy, while those looking for a lower key break have got full spa services on site, beautiful gardens to browse, poolside bars and several bars, cafes and restaurants to switch up the scenery while enjoying food and drink. There is also an on-site nightclub for those who prefer to spend their days sleeping and their nights partying.



db Seabank Resort and Spa, Mellieha


The db Seabank Resort and Spa is perfect for those looking for a hotel with a wide range of leisure facilities, while still being close to the shops, bars and restaurants Malta has to offer.


The Atrium Spa has a range of beauty and wellness treatments available, as well as spa, sauna, steam room and jacuzzi. There are five speciality restaurants available to eat at, with bars offering snacks and drinks in between meals, making it the perfect resort for foodies as there is always a new cuisine or dish to try.



Intertur Hotel Hawaii Mallorca and Suites


Palma Nova is a great choice of destination for sunny holidays, and the Intertur Hotel Hawaii Mallorca and Suites is perfect for those who love the convenience of all-inclusive but still want access to the activities Mallorca has to offer.


The hotel is in the quiet Torrenoa area of Palma Nova and overlooks the sea, yet has easy access to the bars, restaurants and shops of both Palma Nova and Magaluf, as well as being just 15 minutes walking distance from Aqualand Water Park and Golf Fantasia.


Those staying in the hotel have direct access to the sea, multiple terraces for sunbathing, a swimming pool (complete with poolside bar), and several snack bars and restaurants to eat and drink at.



Marconfort El Greco


Marconfort El Greco is in the Portanatx resort of Ibiza, known less for its nightlife than its picturesque scenery. A daily entertainment programme, onsite gym and solarium makes it ideal for families looking for holiday which is relaxed but busy, and the hotel’s very own waterpark with a variety of flumes, chutes and slides keeps guests of all ages busy.


The hotel also benefits from being just moments from the beach which, unlike many of Ibiza’s beaches, is peaceful and quiet. Despite not being a predominant party area, there are bars and restaurants in Portanatx if you’re looking to spend your evenings outside of the hotel.



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