You don’t have to go to the Caribbean to indulge in an all-inclusive resort vacation. There are a number of amazing all-inclusive hotels right here in Florida. Planning a romantic getaway or even a honeymoon? Pick one of the adults-only all-inclusive resorts on our list. Bringing the kids for a family vacation? Opt for a family-friendly all-inclusive. No matter which property you pick, everything (from the drinks to the food) is included at these five great Florida resorts.
Bungalows Key Largo, Key Largo
Bungalows Key Largo is the perfect spot for a honeymoon or couples’ trip. This intimate all-inclusive resort is for adults only (guests must be 21 or older), creating a relaxing and quiet environment. The resort sits within a lush botanical garden overlooking 1,000 feet of pristine ocean shoreline.
Whether you want to relax or be active, Bungalows Key Largo has something for you. Grab a frozen drink and sit in the sunset pool to admire nature’s show, read a book in a cabana overlooking the water, indulge in a spa treatment followed by a soak in the Zen pool, take a Peloton workout in the Fitness Tiki Hut, kayak alongside manatees, or take out a floating tiki boat—the possibilities are endless.
- All meals and snacks
- Premium alcoholic beverages
- Non-motorized watersports (kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, snorkel gear, water trikes)
- Fitness classes (yoga, Peloton)
- Daily/nightly entertainment
- In-town transportation
- Valet parking
- Cruiser bike rentals
Club Med Sandpiper Bay, Port St. Lucie
Club Med is one of the most famous brands of all-inclusive resorts, and the chain’s sole U.S. location is in Florida. Set on the St. Lucie River between Miami and Orlando, Club Med Sandpiper Bay has great beach weather year-round.
Club Meds are known for their family-friendly experience, and the kids will have a great time at Sandpiper Bay. There are children’s clubs for all ages (including Baby Med for the youngest guests) so kids can meet new friends their own age. For family time, there are tons of group activities that all ages will enjoy, like baking workshops, pancake parties, and more.
- All-day dining
- Full open bar
- Unlimited WiFi
- 3 outdoor pools
- Land and watersports
- Day and night entertainment
Almost All-Inclusive Resorts in Florida
Bungalows Key Largo and Club Med Sandpiper Bay are the only two true all-inclusive resorts in Florida. However, there are plenty of other resorts that offer a similar all-inclusive vibe (with complementary activities and entertainment) as well as packages you can add on to include food and beverages.
Sirata Beach Resort, St. Pete Beach
Set on a private set of sand overlooking the Gulf, Sirata Beach Resort has one of the best locations in St. Pete Beach. This family-friendly resort offers a wide variety of activities (like water balloon darts, trivia, scavenger hunts, corn hole tournament, beach kickball, and more.)
Book a one-bedroom suite to have space for the whole family or a beachfront guestroom (with a private balcony overlooking the gulf) for a more romantic vacation.
- Daily complimentary wine, beer, or rum runner punch
- Two beach lounges
- Resort activities and games
- Boogie boards and pool noodles
- Two bottles of water
- 10% off at Suncoast Watersports
TradeWinds Island Resorts, St. Pete Beach
Book a room at either the Island Grand Beach Resort or RumFish Beach Resort and you’ll have access to the amenities at both—which practically guarantees you’ll never get bored. The hotels are consistently voted as some of the best kid-friendly resorts in Florida, so it’s the perfect place to bring the family.
- Unlimited rides on the High Tide Slide, Surf WipeOut, and paddleboats
- Cushioned and shaded beach cabanas
- Touch tank experiences at the aquarium
- Family pirate show
- Campfire S’mores
- Games (tennis, mini-golf, beach volleyball, paddleball, bocce ball, corn hole, and more)
- Movies in the pool
Although TradeWinds Island Resorts are not true all-inclusives, you can book packages that offer meals and drinks.
Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, Little Torch Key
Little Palm Island might just be the most romantic hotel in Florida. Located on a private island that’s only accessible by seaplane or boat, Little Palm Island feels a world away from everything. In order to maintain a peaceful environment, there are no phones, televisions, or guests under 18 allowed at the resort. There are just 30 suites spread across the 5.5 acre property, guaranteeing privacy.
Instead, you’ll enjoy gorgeous white sand beaches (rare for the Florida Keys), snorkeling excursions, fishing trips, and gourmet dining.
- Welcome cocktail
- Motor yacht transfers
- Fitness center access
- Non-alcoholic mini-bar beverages
- Water sports
- Nightly turndown service
Although the resort is not a true all-inclusive resort, you can add on packages that include meals, spa treatments, and more.
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