Sometimes you might not be up for the effort it takes to plan a vacation — booking a place to stay, finding restaurants to eat at, looking up activities to do.

That’s where all-inclusive resorts come into play. You only need to pick your destination, book flights, and find a resort. But sometimes, all-inclusive properties can be pricey and understandably so, you’re paying for the convenience of having your meals served on-site and your activities and entertainment taken care of.

Luckily, there are less expensive options for all-inclusive travelers on a budget. Here are some of our favorites.

Ocean Club Resorts

If you and your special someone are looking for a quick escape, this is the place to do it. With their 3 Days, 3 Choices package you’ll get nine meal vouchers — three for breakfast, three for lunch, and three for dinner — so you can decide where you want to go and what you want to order during your vacation.

This resort is next to Grace Bay Beach in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos and has suites with kitchens, washer/dryers, and porches. On-site you can do watersports, bike, play a game of tennis, and enjoy the beach.

The Arizona Biltmore

This Waldorf Astoria Resort in the Arizonian desert has an all-inclusive package made to make you feel pampered. In addition to luxe accommodations, you’ll get breakfast, lunch, and dinner for two and 20 percent off services at Spa Biltmore. No need to worry about additional fees, as complimentary self-parking and resort fees are already included.

The package is valid for stays until May 31, 2020.

Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall

This all-inclusive resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica currently has a fall flash sale that includes 55 percent off room rates and no additional charges for kids. Those looking for a kids-free experience can also get 55 percent off room rates at the neighboring adults-only Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall. It has a world-class spa, lots of dining options, and unlimited access to food and beverages.

Both offers expire November 6, 2019.

St. Lucie River, Club Med Sandpiper Bay

This resort in Port St. Lucie, Florida makes for an easy family getaway with no passport required. The all-inclusive resort boasts waterskiing, sailing, yoga, and kayaking and their Club Med Academy lets you work with pro coaches to improve your tennis and golf game.

Las Brisas Huatulco

This all-inclusive resort sits near four white-sand beaches and a coral reef on the coast of Oaxaca, Mexico. The property has lots of on-site activities, including 11 tennis courts, three squash courts, basketball, soccer, a bungee pyramid, and a state-of-the-art gym.