Discover the joy of all-inclusive resorts where lodging, food, and entertainment are included in one price.
All Inclusive Resort Florida
Whether you’re taking a family vacation or opting for a romantic getaway, the next time you plan a trip you might consider the benefits of an all-inclusive resort. Even those who are on a budget will find the cost often pays for itself if you take advantages of the perks of such a facility.
Imagine a vacation where you do not have to worry about how much you’re spending on food or what the cost of entertainment will be. That’s an all-inclusive resort! While there are only three official all-inclusive resorts in Florida, they offer a wide range of amenities and entertainment for all types of vacationers.
Club Med Sandpiper Located in Port St. Lucie
Club Med’s Sandpiper is one of Florida’s best all-inclusive resorts. This resort offers 337 rooms that range from deluxe rooms designed for those with children, to luxury suites that come with river views and private terraces.
Since Club Med is all all-inclusive, dining at either of the resort’s two restaurants featuring food by award-winning chefs, Magnolia and Riverside, is included with the price.
While the adults can occupy themselves with golf, tennis or lounging by the pool, Club Med offers supervised areas for kids and teens to take part in activities and games.
Amelia Island Plantation
Amelia Island Plantation, located 29 miles north of Jacksonville, is an all-inclusive resort for families visiting northern Florida. The resort’s 1,350 acres look out over the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and offer 249 deluxe rooms with views.
Each room comes with a private balcony and access to the resort’s two-tiered swimming pool. Amelia Island Plantation also offers one to three bedroom villas for larger parties.
While the adults are playing golf, tennis or sunbathing, the resort offers recreation programs for kids from the ages of 3 to 10. Besides Kids Camp Amelia, there are also private dinners just for kids and hayrides.
Little Palm Island Resort & Spa
For families with older children, consider Little Palm Island Resort & Spa located on Little Torch Key. This private island prides itself on having no telephones or televisions, making it a good way to disconnect from technology and relax with your family.
Explore the island’s five and a half acres while staying in a custom-made bungalow with a thatched roof and outdoor shower. If you want to do more than relax, the resort offers kayaks, motor boats, fishing gear, snorkel gear and sailboats for its guests.
Executive Chef Luis Pous mixes French and Cuban cuisine at the resort’s restaurant and offers an extensive wine list.
Tropical Beach Resorts
With a variety of accommodations to match your vacation wish list, the Tropical Beach Resorts‘ collection of boutique hotels – Tropical Shores, Tropical Sun, Sara Sea, and the newly acquired Conclare, are located just steps from Siesta Key’s world-famous Crescent Beach and offers endless options for an Old Florida-style getaway with modern amenities.
Whether you want a cozy space for a romantic weekend or an expansive home-away-from-home for the whole family, let the team at Tropical Beach Resorts help you plan the perfect stay in paradise.
Siesta Key and the surrounding Sarasota, FL, area offer a wealth of things to do on and off the beach. There’s a rejuvenating experience for everyone, from soothing spa services to challenging golf courses and water sport thrills. You pick the pace while enjoying all that our beautiful Gulfside region has to offer.
Ocean Key Resort and Spa
This Key West resort offers an inclusive “paradise package,” including three meals per day, spa credits, four cocktails per guest and first-rate accommodations. Ocean Key Resort and Spa, located at the start of Duval Street, overlooks the meet-up of the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico.
Head out on a glass-bottomed boat tour from the marina, or choose a fishing charter. Room amenities include free high-speed wireless Internet access, whirlpool baths, 42-inch television sets, mini-bar and furnished balconies.
Spend your Florida vacation on the ocean, and don’t worry about meals, gratuities or paying for individual sports or entertainment.
All Inclusive Resorts
With an all-inclusive vacation, all those costs are included in the up-front price. Go swimming, sunbathe, fish or play golf—anything the resort offers at no extra fee. Some resorts are couples-oriented, with plenty of cocktails included, while others cater more to families.