No matter what type of getaway your wanderlust has you craving, you can find stunning resorts that capture the classic locations, essential experiences and cultural essence of your favored region. For families, couples or intrepid adventurers, here’s a global itinerary of bucket-list resort destinations. Don’t forget to sign up for ALL – Accor Live Limitless for special rates, rewards points and perks to pad your next stay!

Fairmont Royal Palm Marrakech, Morocco

The mystique of historical Morocco combines with modern luxuries at Fairmont Royal Palm Marrakech. This resort puts a modern spin on regal riad-style architecture, with 134 rooms, suites and villas built to catch unforgettable Atlas Mountain views. For the ultimate private sanctuary, book the 8,000-square-foot, two-bedroom Prince Villa with its own garden, terrace, hammam and pool. 

From a massive lagoon-style pool and an 18-hole golf course to the largest kids’ club in Morocco, this timeless retreat has all the recreational options you could desire. An organic farm on the property returns you to a way of life that’s deeply connected to the land, with a vegetable garden plus palm, olive and orange trees. Guests have the opportunity to book a tasting of local foods, and kids will love seeing turtles, rabbits, chickens, donkeys and horses in a natural environment. Other concierge-recommended family activities include pottery, weaving and macramé classes and a chance to craft your own natural cosmetics from Moroccan ingredients.

For a signature Moroccan experience, visit the hammam, a unique sauna-type spa that includes wraps infused with local clay and natural botanicals. Luxe options might include adding a massage with Moroccan herbs or argan oil, a facial or simply a chilled juice and a dip in the spa pool in the relaxation area. 

Fairmont Mara Safari Club, Kenya

A top destination on many Africa itineraries, the Maasai Mara Game Reserve is home to the great wildebeest migration. Fairmont Mara Safari Club offers “glamping” on the reserve in luxuriously appointed, furnished tents complete with four-poster beds and ensuite bathrooms. Private decks safely overlook a favorite hippo-bathing spot on the Mara River!

Day or nighttime game drives with expert guides allow you to check the Big Five species off your list. Get the big picture with an early morning balloon safari, or witness the close partnership this resort has with a nearby Maasai community through a village visit to experience its culture, art and traditions. 

You don’t have to spend all your safari trip exploring: indulge in relaxation at the glorious outdoor pool or with a massage to soothe travel-weary bodies. Restore your energy with tasty Kenyan produce, including vegetables and herbs grown on the resort property, when you dine at Kifaru restaurant, which offers a cosmopolitan menu and modern Maasai decor. Cap off your experience with a bush dinner that starts with a short game drive to watch night-feeding animals and culminates with Maasai dancing and a delectable barbecue dinner around the fire. 

Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu, Canada

The palatial Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu is tucked between mountains and forest on the location of a 350-million-year-old meteorite crater in Quebec’s Charlevoix World Biosphere Reserve. In a place so naturally precious, a small footprint is celebrated. Rooftop beehives, innovative water-consumption techniques and environmental stewardship have earned the hotel the only 4-Green Key rating in the region.

In the setting where global leaders engaged in the 2018 G7 Summit, you can enjoy golf, tennis and pickleball or a via ferrata climb and rugged ATV outing, all offered as part of the hotel’s summer activities. Winter brings snowshoeing, skating and snowmobiling. Unwind in the wellness center’s steam room, whirlpools, and indoor and outdoor pools, or visit the nearby Casino de Charlevoix for world-class concerts and shows. You can also book a package that includes big-top tent tickets for the circus-style spectacle Éclats! For a truly memorable adventure, explore the St. Lawrence River with professional outfitters on a whale-watching cruise

Quebec puts its own delicious spin on French cuisine. At Le Saint-Laurent Restaurant, Executive Chef Simon Fortin cooks with the best regional ingredients, earning the eatery a coveted spot on La Route des Saveurs de Charlevoix, a local culinary trail. 

Hamilton Princess Hotel & Beach Club, Bermuda

Known as Bermuda’s Pink Palace, this confection of a historic resort has welcomed glamorous sunseekers since 1885, when Queen Victoria’s daughter Princess Louise visited. Adding to the storied quality of this place is a renowned modern art collection, with work by Matisse, Magritte, Picasso and more recent masters: encounter it through a personal tour with a docent.  

For most, an island vacation is all about the water. Just a short jitney hop away, the Hamilton Princess Beach Club on the private cove of Sinky Bay has water hammocks, paddleboards, kayaks and luxe cabanas. Bring a picnic lunch from The Duchess or snack on fried snapper and chips, burgers or pizza from the Beach Club Kitchen.

Yachties can sail into the Princess Marina, while the hotel’s sprawling spa and wellness center overlooks Hamilton’s stunning harbor, providing a waterfront view for your workout. You can also enjoy a massage or facial and get a manicure or pedicure.

Named for the year explorers first shipwrecked on the island, 1609 Restaurant fires up a fusion of local catches and modern tastes. Sample varied takes of the ocean’s bounty, from a mango sriracha margarita to a bright, flavorful ceviche or fried shrimp.

Fairmont El San Juan Hotel, Puerto Rico

A true gem of Puerto Rico, the two miles of Isla Verde Beach sit just minutes from Old San Juan and serve as the beautiful setting for Fairmont El San Juan Hotel. Immerse yourself in Puerto Rican culture and hospitality while staying in one of 388 rooms or 84 exquisite suites. Choice accommodations in elegant villas provide next-level privacy and some of the property’s prime poolside and oceanfront locales.

Tailor your experience at El San Juan Beach Club by booking a cabana or daybed and ordering bottle service or chilled Champagne to pair with poolside bites like octopus tacos or a lobster grilled cheese. Paddleboarding, kayaking, snorkeling and jet ski outings are among the water sports on offer. 

You might never need to leave the premises, thanks to curated shops and services, including shoe, clothing and candy stores as well as nail and blow-dry bars! History buffs, meanwhile, will want to book a tour of Old San Juan, and explorers can rent bikes or scooters and take a ferry to nearby islands like Culebra and Vieques. Also on-site, the Foxwoods El San Juan Casino gives a taste of the glittery, cocktail and music-tinged nightlife that arrived here with the first wave of 1960s tourists and continues today.