When booking a vacation, the first thing a traveler will want to decide is if they're looking for an all-inclusive experience or not. All-inclusive experiences tend to be more money but they typically include drinks, food, amenities, and sometimes flights. It's an amazing and relaxed way to vacation without worrying about the small things.

While every all-inclusive experience is different, booking a private villa is one of the most luxurious ways to spend a holiday. Travelers won't just have a room to their selves, they'll have an entire miniature house with space to spread out and private pools or ocean fronts to enjoy. Trust us, once the villa-life is explored, it's hard to top it.

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Mulia Resort & Villas, Bali, Indonesia

For many, visiting Bali is at the top of their list. The haul to Indonesia from North America is a long one but the time spent roaming this spiritual island is well-spent.

Bali has certainly become a popular tourist attraction over the years but when done right, travelers can have the perfect mix of the authentic island and a luxurious villa lifestyle. At the Mulia Resort & Villas, there are five kinds of villas to choose from, all ranging in size and amenities. There are nine restaurants and bars to hop between, private pools and hot tubs, access to Nusa Dua beach, and so much more. After a week in this private villa, even your home won't feel good enough!

Coral Reef Club, Barbados

Barbados is a small country on the Carribean that's only 21 miles (34km) in length! It's known for its incredible "flying fish" and let's not ignore the crystal blue ocean that surrounds the island.

The Coral Reef Club is on 12 acres of pristine land, surrounded by white sand, gardens, and the ocean. This five-star hotel is award-winning and has a variety of cottages and suites to choose from that all have their own unique flare. There are villas that lead to a garden and swimming pool while others lead right to the sea. Imagine feeling like you live on the beach for a week? Yes, please!

Eagles Palace, Greece

If a European getaway is your vibe, vacation like royalty at Eagles Palace in Halkidiki, Greece. The five-star hotel is known for its famous villas that all face the Mediterranean sea. The all-inclusive price tag includes buffets, cocktail bars, and exceptional views.

Depending on the villa you choose, you'll be able to start each morning with your own private pool or garden to enjoy. There's also a spa villa on-site where travelers can have a relaxing experience before getting some Mediterranean sunshine.

St. James's Club, Antigua

If you've been looking for an excuse to explore Antigua, do it in style at St. James's Club. The stunning resort has 1,600 square feet villas for parties of every size (from a couple's two-person getaway to a family of six) and resides right over Mamora Bay.

The villas all have gorgeous patios and sundecks to relax and get some sun on. All visitors also have access to all dining and beverage experiences, non-motorized water sports, and so much more. The St. James's Club can also help travelers book activities off the resort and assist in making their trip memorable.

Heritage Awali Golf & Spa Resort, Mauritius, South Africa

Ready to get out of North America, the Carribean, and Europe? South Africa, it is! Mauritius is a small island on the Indian Ocean that is known for its iconic lagoons. With South Africa seeming like a far-away land for many Westerners, choosing an all-inclusive experience is a good way to go and the Heritage Awali Golf & Spa Resort has you taken care of.

The resort really makes time on the island an experience to remember. The Heritage Beach Front Private Villa can fit six people and gives travelers their own private space to enjoy South Africa. With a gorgeous backyard that leads to a private pool and garden, those staying here also have direct access to the beach. This way, they get the best of everything. When travelers aren't lounging in their private villa, there are 12 restaurants and bars to unwind at!