Did you know that there are plenty of all-inclusive resorts in Florida? Full-service vacation packages are not only for Caribbean islands, the ‘Sunshine State’ is a top-tier beach holiday where the sea, sun, and theme parks collide to create the perfect holiday. It’s even better when you can make it an all-inclusive resort stay. You’ve made an excellent choice shopping for all-inclusive resorts in Florida – so let’s take a look at the state’s 15 best all-inclusive resorts.
The Top All-Inclusive Resorts in Florida
And all-inclusive packages are a luxury to be experienced at least once; having drinks, food, and activities included makes for a totally relaxed Florida experience.
1. Little Palm Island Resort
To put it briefly, Little Palm Island Resort is one of the most impressive all-inclusive resorts in Florida. Little Palm Island Resort is one of the best places to stay in Florida. Guests of Little Palm Island Resort can book a meal package to create a full all inclusive luxury getaway. There are different resort packages that include daily resort credits to cover meals and spas.
The resort feels like its very own desert island and is situated on Little Torch Key in the Florida Keys. You arrive at Little Palm Island by yacht transfer or seaplane, which is beyond being an exciting luxury in itself and more like an entire adventure. For us, its location and tropical island setting immediately won it a place on our list.
As the only private island resort in the United States, Little Palm Island Resort really helps guests to unplug. And for that reason, there are no televisions and it offers an adults-only resort experience. Even telephones and technology use is limited. To go all-inclusive off the grid, Little Palm Island Resort is somewhere you must consider amongst the best all inclusive resorts in Florida. See rates and reviews on TripAdvisor.
Starting rate: $3,000 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
2. Bungalows Key Largo
Bungalows Key Largo is a beautiful adults only resort offering an impressive all inclusive package. Apart from the fact it’s adults only, the main benefit is the fact that it entirely offers bungalow-style accommodation. Guests get spacious bungalows, some of which come with outdoor soaking tubs and outdoor showers. The vibe is totally Zen and perfect for a romantic getaway or girls weekend. Check out: 23 Best Things to Do in Key Largo
Resort activities include daily yoga sessions, watersports, and of course, a fitness center should you wish to push yourself with a workout. Bungalows Key Largo is a really indulgent place for an adult only break. Guests of Bungalows Key Largo experience a true all inclusive vacation with enjoy unlimited meals in five restaurants, with premium alcohol beverages, poolside and beach dining, and select wine and beer. Check rates and availability here.
Starting rate: $1,260 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4
3. Legoland Florida Resort
Who hasn’t heard of Legoland Florida Resort? Legoland Florida Resort is one of the most famous all inclusive resorts in Florida. For families, this resort is like the creme de la creme of all inclusive packages from dining to free valet parking and multi park tickets.
The family entertainment is excellent and it is located just 130 steps away from the Legoland theme park entrance. Each room has a theme of either pirates, adventure, or kingdom, which is super exciting for young children. And there are regular complimentary events like treasure hunts and free LEGO workshops. Read more: The Best Places to Visit in Florida
For us, the family-friendly aspect goes above and beyond at Legoland Florida Resort. It far surpasses other family resorts, even just through the amount of complimentary kids activities. There are also facilities like the heated outdoor pool. See rates, availability and reviews on Booking.com
Starting rate: $89 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4
4. Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
There may be a lot of Disney-related resorts on this list, but we couldn’t resist adding Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. The resort sits on the lapping shores of the man-made Seven Seas Lagoon amidst carefully pruned palm trees and tropical-style vegetation. The resort atmosphere and design sits somewhat between rustic and somewhat between magic. Everything is aesthetic – from the pool bar to the room furniture. It is impossible not to love the aesthetic vibe. Check out: 11 Best Theme Parks in Florida To Visit
Guests can choose packages that include hotel rooms, Disney park tickets, and if you choose the Disney dining plan your meals will be covered as well. (Note: dining plans will resume in 2024)
You aren’t far from the excitement of Disney World either; just two stops away on the complimentary Disney monorail. There is live entertainment galore onsite too, with character breakfasts and a tiki bar with constant action. And when it’s time to return to the airport, a complimentary shuttle service is included in your original booking price. Check for rates and reviews.
Starting rate: $700 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4
5. Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort
Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort is exactly the sort of Hilton all inclusive experience you’d expect. The luxury 4-star high rise juts right up from the sands of Fort Lauderdale Beach. You bag private balconies with every room – the majority of which have views over Fort Lauderdale Beach below.
We’ve added Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort to our guide because it just has that classic all inclusive vibe. With the beach on one side and the boulevard on the other, it provides a fantastic inner-city beach retreat. You can book the Experience and Stay Package which includes up to $100/night resort credit.
The resort itself has a business center and a large fitness center. The terrace pool is a real highlight, especially if you don’t want to deal with the crowds on Fort Lauderdale Beach. Check our availability, more reviews and rates here.
Starting rate: $380 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
6. Holiday Inn Resort
Holiday Inn Resort in Orlando is a family magnet. The resort is a colorful explosion of multi-colored waterslides and constant splashing – basically the perfect family-friendly all inclusive resort to choose in Florida. True to its target guests, the Holiday Inn Resort provides a washing machine and dryer in each accommodation choice. So don’t worry about young children and accidents. And older children will love the five storey waterslides and the lazy river outside.
For us, the family friendly atmosphere at Holiday Inn Resort instantly bagged it a place in this guide. It also has a full all inclusive package that includes, eat stay, park and play. Plus Disney World is just a complimentary shuttle ride away. Check rates and availability.
Starting rate: $280 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
8. Baker’s Cay Resort Key Largo, Curio Collection
Looking to skip the Atlantic Ocean in favor of the Gulf of Mexico? Baker’s Cay Resort Key Largo, Curio Collection is a stunning 4-star resort set right on the beachfront on Key Largo – one of the best places to stay on the Florida Keys.
The tropical vibe won us over immediately. Baker’s Cay Resort has a private beach, doorstep access to jungle-style mangroves, and beautiful nature trails. Your resort fee includes parking, bicycles, beach chairs & umbrellas, paddle boards & kayaks, and free refillable water throughout stay. You can opt for breakfast included.
Besides these huge tropical highlights, there are activities galore. You can scuba dive, take a boat tour, or just work up a sweat at the onsite fitness center. Baker’s Cay Resort Key Largo, Curio Collection might be a luxurious romantic getaway, but it is also a base for a Florida Keys adventure. Compare rates and reviews
Starting rate: $470 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
10. Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate
Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate is the Disney Resort that is just enough distance from Disney World itself. You skip the huge crowds yet still get complimentary transfers to the theme park. Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate made it onto our list as a luxurious compromise. It is the perfect stay for someone wanting to visit Disney World without making it their whole trip purpose.
Facility-wise, this resort has an exciting outdoor pool layout, with a lazy river, wave pool, and an adults only pool. Omni also has a 36 hole championship golf course (and a full service spa if you’d prefer a relaxed afternoon in a steam room). Compare reviews and rates here.
Starting rate: $260 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
11. Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa
Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa opens out right onto Miramar Beach. So if you want beachfront, it doesn’t get better than this golf resort and spa. You can walk straight out onto the beach or enjoy the warm waters of one of the three outdoor pools onsite. Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa has room service, valet parking, and – strangely enough – an staggering 15 tennis courts on its grounds.
It really ticks off every luxury you’d hope from an all inclusive resort. Aside from its beachfront locale, this reliable luxury is its most impressive factor. See more reviews and compare rates here.
Starting rate: $400 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4
12. Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
We’ve have to be honest; you are never too old for Disney. Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is a Victorian-style all inclusive resort set right in the midst of Florida’s beloved Disney World. It’s clear that its location is a real highlight, but what also makes this resort stand out is its style.
Rather than the loveable but cheesy resort hotels you may otherwise find around Disney World, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is a picture of complete elegance. Sophisticated and luxurious, it comes equipped with a spectacular outdoor pool and spa for guests to slink away and unwind after a day in the Magic Kingdom. Compare rates and availability.
Starting rate: $900 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
12. Pink Shell Beach Resort and Marina
It is pretty easy to spot the Pink Shell Beach Resort and Marina. In fact, the fact that it is pink makes it one of the most recognizable Florida all inclusive resorts. The towering resort juts up in turret-style architecture straight off the front of Fort Myers Beach. It is a beautiful building with a sublime location. In short, perfect for aesthetic resort-seekers wanting a beach break. Especially as guests receive a wealth of complimentary beach amenities. For us, its beach access and entertainment earned it a spot on our list.
In 1950, Pink Shell Beach Resort and Marina was a humble but ambitious cottage making a mark in the world of Florida hospitality. However, word of its ‘full service’ all-inclusive experience spread fast, and nowadays (many renovations later) Pink Shell Beach Resort and Marina is one of the most successful all-inclusive resorts in Florida. The resort sits on a 12-acre site of beach and premises. See rates and reviews on TripAdvisor
Pink Shell Beach Resort has re-opened after Hurricane Ian but amenities are limited. Check their website for updates.
Starting rate: $260 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
13. Ocean Key Resort & Spa
Ocean Key Resort & Spa is a luxury base on Key West in the beautiful Florida Keys. Ocean Key Resort is somewhere you can almost stumble out of your room into an outdoor pool. The pool itself is more boutique style than a resort style pool – with a more intimate atmosphere than you’d get at one of the major resorts in Florida. There are different packages from $100 food and beverage credit, to daily breakfast for two with room service on your own balcony.
We like that. From most rooms, you have stunning Gulf of Mexico views. And depending on your room choice you may get a spa bath and balcony. Ocean Key Resort is a modest size which makes in an endearing, boutique style all inclusive to choose in Florida. See more reviews and rates
Starting rate: $550 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
14. FantasyWorld Resort
FantasyWorld Resort is an absolute explosion of colors and chaos – a haven for families with young, energetic children. FantasyWorld Resort wiggled its way onto our list for its family-friendly atmosphere and having facilities that kids (and parents) will adore. Kids have access to the five-storey, multi-colored waterslide, while older children can try their skills at an indoor surfing simulator.
The resort is located in Orlando and is action-packed in the best way possible. Further facilities include a lazy river, three outdoor pools, and even a sauna for the parents. And if you needed anything else to add to your list of things to do, there is a complimentary shuttle to Disney World. Compare rates and availability
Starting rate: $170 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4
15. Lago Mar Beach Resort & Club
Lago Mar Beach Resort & Club is a trendy 4-star property in an ultra-cool downtown locale. While it is just a short drive from the center of Fort Lauderdale, you get a more relaxing experience with 150 yards of private beach to enjoy. Lago Mar Beach Resort & Club has a full service spa (because honestly who doesn’t want a steam room and onsite beauty treatments), and also two outdoor pools.
Lago Mar Beach Resort & Club really stands out for its fun atmosphere and private setting. Aside from its spa, private beach, and pools, the resort offers tennis courts, volleyball courts, and a shuffleboard court. Basically a long list of complimentary activities with which to fill your day. See more reviews and check rates.
Starting rate: $290 per night TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
FAQs: All Inclusive Resorts in Florida
Now that we’ve covered the best all-inclusive resorts in Florida, we’ve got some essentials to run over. This type of holiday can be a little tricky to get your head around; all-inclusive rates, the different ways that hotels offer all-inclusive packages, and how to narrow down your choices will all be on your mind. So let’s look at the most commonly asked questions when choosing from all-inclusive resorts in Florida.
Do all-inclusive resorts exist in Florida?
Yes, there are lots of all-inclusive resorts in Florida. Most Florida all-inclusive resorts are located around theme parks or major beach destinations – like Panama City Beach and Key Largo or Key West.
What does all-inclusive mean in Florida?
All-inclusive means that the rate you pay upfront covers part of your resort experience. Usually in Florida, your all-inclusive package covers food, soft drinks, and some activities. You then have the choice to upgrade to something like a culinary paradise package – with special food and alcoholic beverages.
What are the best sites for all-inclusive vacations?
The best sites for all-inclusive vacations in Florida are areas near the beach. By choosing a coastal spot, you get more options for activities, and you can enjoy anything from sea kayaking to scuba diving. And if you get lucky, you might get access to a private beach or ocean views.
As far as US states go, Florida is an impeccable all-inclusive holiday destination. Who doesn’t want a romantic getaway with all cocktails included? Or room service breakfast at one of the luxurious resorts with a private balcony overlooking Fort Myers Beach? Whether you want a beach retreat or theme parks – or both – Florida has plenty of all-inclusive resorts. Activity-wise, you’ll be enjoying everything from group yoga classes to stand-up paddle boarding and tennis courts. While if you have a more laidback holiday style, there’ll be a white sand beach or glitzy outdoor pool with your name on it.
Looking for more Florida inspiration? Once you’ve chosen from these best all-inclusive resorts, we’ve got lots more to tell you about enjoying Florida in its own right. We highly recommend the Miami to Key West drive, and these best things to do in Key Largo.