10 Best Florida All-inclusive Resorts

For the ultimate stress-free vacation or honeymoon, many people prefer all-inclusive resorts. There are plenty of all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean and Mexico, as well as other parts of the world, but what if you don’t want to leave the U.S.?

Florida beach with white sand and a palm tree.

Although there are just a few true all-inclusive resorts in Florida, there are several resorts that offer all-inclusive packages (or close to it)

Our Process for Determining the Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Florida

In order to create this list, we reviewed a list of all the resorts in Florida with all-inclusive packages and selected the best ones based on our own experience, and recommendations from our team of travel agents and then reviewed our list with other reviews online.

Bungalows Key Largo

This adults-only all-inclusive resort in the Florida Keys is nestled in a tropical garden along 1000 feet of shoreline. Bungalows Key Largo is an opulent but casual oasis with a lovely white sand beach, two pools and jacuzzis, two open-air waterfront restaurants, a gourmet fine dining restaurant, several bars, and a full-service spa with a Zen garden.

Bedroom in a bungalow at Bungalows Key Largo resort.

Elegant bungalows are spacious and feature private verandas, loungers, outdoor soaking tubs, and outdoor showers. Choose from waterfront or garden settings.

Accommodations here include welcome drinks and refreshments, all meals, premium alcoholic beverages and select wines, kayaks, paddleboards, snorkel gear, group yoga classes, a fitness tiki, recreational activities, live entertainment, cruiser bikes, high-speed WiFi, valet parking, turndown service, and transportation in a 5-mile radius. Fun optional activities include cruising around on a floating tiki bar, sailing excursions, sunset cruises, snorkeling, fishing, scuba diving, and swimming with dolphins.

Google Rating: 4.2

TripAdvisor Rating: 4

Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, Florida

The only private island resort in the United States, the adults-only all-inclusive Florida resort Little Palm Island delivers barefoot luxury in a breathtaking setting. Just off the coast of the Florida Keys, Little Palm Island features thatched roof bungalows, lush tropical landscaping, and an indoor-outdoor Balinese-inspired spa.

You can choose all-inclusive packages here with a 2-night minimum stay; the Culinary Paradise Package includes a bottle of champagne and a $100 spa credit per person per night, plus daily breakfast, 3-course lunch, and a 4-course dinner for two.

Your island beach vacation begins at the Shore Station, where you enjoy a cocktail, then board the classic speedboat for a short ride over sparkling water. Each romantic bungalow is furnished in British West Indies décor and features ocean views, a private furnished deck, a separate living area, a soaking tub, and indoor and outdoor showers. Island Romance Suites also offer outdoor soaking tubs and an exclusive sand beach with a fire pit, for the ultimate privacy.

Savor water views along with delicious fresh cuisine at the beautiful restaurant, then head to one of the waterfront lounge areas to enjoy a peaceful evening by fire and under the stars. You won’t be surprised that Little Palm Island was named one of the best new hotels in the world and one of the top ten resort hotels in Florida.

Google Rating: 4.5

TripAdvisor Rating: 4.5

Faena Hotel Miami Beach

This romantic Art Deco-inspired hotel is a swanky oasis with a glamorous pool and gorgeous beach, as well as unique amenities like a breathtaking gilded theater that offers original productions and cabaret shows. The entire property is designed to amaze and impress. The 22,000-square-foot Tierra Santa Healing House offers unique restorative treatments and spa services, there are live DJs every Tuesday night in The Living Room cocktail bar, and there’s a full fitness center as well.

Oceanfront rooms and suites have private balconies, elegant furnishings, marble bathrooms, and walk-in showers; suites also have separate living rooms with full dining tables plus soaking tubs in the spacious bathroom. Choose from an Argentinian fine dining experience, modern Asian cuisine with ocean views, an intimate sushi speakeasy, and two outdoor casual dining options.

Faena Hotel Miami Beach becomes a nearly all-inclusive hotel in Florida when you book a suite and get the “Suite Dreams” package which includes 2 50-minute spa treatments, daily breakfast for two, a $200 resort credit, nonalcoholic minibar beverages, early check-in and late check-out, valet parking, a 1-hour personal shopping experience, 20% off tickets to the Faena Theater’s latest show, and butler service (for suites above a certain level).

Google Rating: 4.6

TripAdvisor Rating: 4.5

Ocean Key Resort & Spa, Key West

Another nearly all-inclusive hotel in Florida is Ocean Key Resort & Spa. Their Romance in Paradise package includes oceanfront rooms, a $100 food and beverage credit per day, a bottle of champagne, and a $100 spa credit per day.

Located on Key West’s waterfront overlooking the Gulf and next to the famous Mallory Square, this resort offers the perfect setting for incredible sunset views. All of the luxurious rooms and suites have private balconies and face either the water or Duval Street, the oceanfront pool has private cabanas and a bar and grill, and there’s a swanky spa.

For meals, choose the Hot Tin Roof Restaurant with water views, open air dining at Sunset Pier, or in-room dining. The resort offers daily events and live entertainment, and there are plenty of water and land-based activities in the area to enjoy, as well as exploring the fascinating town of Key West.

Google Rating: 4.6

TripAdvisor Rating: 4.5

Legoland Florida Resort, Winter Haven

The hotels at Legoland Florida near Orlando are aimed primarily at families with younger children, but Lego lovers of all ages are welcome, and they do offer truly all-inclusive packages. Choose from three hotel options here, all with access to the charming Legoland theme park and water park. Located on the site of the old Cypress Gardens, this park is set on a lake and still offers the chance to wander through the magical botanical gardens that have been a popular Florida attraction since 1939.

The three creatively designed hotels are Pirate Island Hotel, Legoland Hotel, and the Beach Retreat, which features separate bungalows that appear to be made of Legos plus a resort-style pool with lake views and a full bar. Each hotel has spacious rooms with separate sleeping areas for kids. The Beach Retreat rooms have private patios.

The all-inclusive package at Legoland Florida Resort includes tickets to the parks, all meals from check-in through check-out, valet parking or self-parking, an in-park photo package, free minigolf game, daily in-room treasure hunt, pool access, and souvenirs.

Google Rating: 4.4

TripAdvisor Rating: 4

Pool at Legoland Florida resort.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Orlando

Many people wonder, is there an all-inclusive resort in Disney? Traditionally the park has offered packages at its hotels that include admission tickets, park transportation, and dining, to make it an all-inclusive experience. There are multiple Disney World resorts to choose from. While the dining packages that are usually offered are currently on hold due to the pandemic, once they’re available these will again be all-inclusive Florida hotel options.

One of the most exotic Disney resorts is the Animal Kingdom Lodge, where you can feel like you’re on safari without leaving the country. The Animal Kingdom Lodge features access to two huge zero-entry pools, one with a waterslide and both with lounges and bars nearby. There are 4 restaurants to choose from, serving both American and African specialties, plus 5 bars.

You can book rooms, suites, studios, and villas. Savana View accommodations have private balconies and overlook the Savana area, giving you the chance to see wildlife like giraffes and gazelles. Club-level rooms include breakfast and snacks, and all rates include transportation throughout Walt Disney World Resort and WiFi. There’s also a spa and fitness center onsite.

Google Rating: 4.8

TripAdvisor Rating: 4.5

The Ritz-Carlton Amelia Island

While not a completely all-inclusive hotel in Florida, the oceanfront Ritz-Carlton Amelia Island does offer a variety of packages that include breakfast and resort credits that you can use toward meals to make it pretty darn close.

Plus, this ultra-luxurious resort is a dream destination. Set on 13 miles of pristine natural beach on a barrier island off Florida’s Atlantic coast, the resort features championship golf, tennis, a spa, wellness classes, a fitness center, indoor and outdoor pools with private cabanas, and even a Sandcastle Concierge. Guests can also explore the island’s waterways by boat, kayak, or stand-up paddleboard, as well as bike around the area.

All rooms and suites have ocean views and a private balcony, as well as marble bathrooms. Suites offer large living spaces and soaking tubs, and club-level accommodations include access to an exclusive lounge with breakfast, snacks, desserts, wine, beer, spirits, and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as personal concierge service. Dining options include an elegant restaurant overlooking the ocean, coastal cuisine with an outdoor terrace, oceanfront seafood, and Lowcountry cuisine. There are two bars plus a coffee shop and café.

Google Rating: 4.7

TripAdvisor Rating: 4.5

The Don Cesar Resort, St. Petersburg Beach

This iconic beach resort sits on the sugar white sands of the Gulf Coast and has been fully renovated, offering elegant rooms and suites with ocean-view balconies in its storied “Pink Palace.” The Don Cesar Resort’s Life Rewards package turns this into a practically all-inclusive hotel in Florida by giving you luxury accommodations, a daily $150 food and beverage credit, a $250 recreation credit, bike rentals, WiFi, beach chairs, nonmotorized watersports, daily fitness classes, valet parking, and 2 $10 vouchers to a local brewery.

Enjoy two outdoor pools or the glorious beach. Choose from a fine dining restaurant, casual café, coffee and ice cream shop, a sophisticated beach bar, a glamorous lobby bar, and a poolside bar and grill that offers a “lookout deck” for stunning sunsets. Indulge at the huge spa with customized treatments, whirlpool baths, a steam room, and a rooftop oceanview terrace. Golf is nearby.

Google Rating: 4.4

TripAdvisor Rating: 4

Club Med Sandpiper Bay*

The only Club Med in the U.S. was this Club Med in Florida. Club Med Sandpiper Bay overlooked the St. Lucie River near the Atlantic coast of Florida and was a truly all-inclusive resort in Florida, featuring a white sand beach, 3 pools, tennis, golf, a spa, and sports academies.

However, as of August 2022, this property had been sold, While the new owners have said they plan to continue operating the resort, reservations are not currently available.

Now that you’ve read our list of the top 10 Florida all-inclusive resorts, what do you think? Does one of these sounds like the perfect spot for your honeymoon or vacation? Let us know in the comments!

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