A trip to Florida is an opportunity to soak in a tropical paradise without the headache of international travel. If you're on the hunt for all-inclusive resorts in Florida, you've got the right idea. Experience a stress-free vacation without having to scramble for food or fret over the extra cost of amenities. Depending on the resort, there are a variety of package deals, so you can pick a plan tailored to your interests—plus the numerous options ensure you'll never get bored. All-inclusive resorts are available throughout the Sunshine State, so you can begin your search depending on the location you're interested in. Of course, the most popular resorts tend to be coastal, specifically in the Florida Keys. Keep reading for five gorgeous all-inclusive resorts in Florida that make us want to pack our bags ASAP.
Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress
The Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress is a sprawling getaway in Orlando equipped with all the amenities needed for an unforgettable vacation: breakfast-in-bed, a waterfront view, and complete spa services. Package deals are available for breakfast throughout your stay, or you can combine a breakfast and golf package deal. The hotel includes an on-site lake that offers paddle boarding, kayaking, and canoeing. Perhaps the biggest draw to this resort is the lagoon, which includes waterfalls (12 of them, to be exact), a suspension bridge, and two whirlpools. Rent a private cabana and enjoy an afternoon of relaxation before heading off to the spa.
Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort
Over 1350 acres of luxury await at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort, fully equipped with 3.5 miles of private beach land, oceanfront rooms, an infinity pool (for adults only) and more. Package deals are plentiful, including the Coastal Core Package that includes oceanfront accommodations, a kayak or paddle-boarding tour, and massage. If you're planning a trip with your S.O., try the Retreat to Romance package, complete with cuisine and cocktail credits, romantic turndown service, and luxury accommodations.
The Ritz-Carlton Sarasota
Located along the Gulf of Mexico, the Ritz-Carlton Sarasota is a true retreat into a coastal oasis. The resort offers a heated pool along with an exclusive beach club located three miles from the property on Lido Beach. Two tennis courts line the 11-acre resort, along with a full-service salon and spa. Package deals include the Seasonal Bliss Package starting at $379, which comes equipped with daily breakfast, resort credits, and valet parking. The Rejuvenate You Package includes lunch for two and a 50-minute massage starting at $419.
Little Palm Island Resort & Spa
There are few spots dreamier than the Florida Keys, the location of Little Palm Island Resort & Spa. This resort is situated on a private island only accessible by boat tucked away off the coastline of the Keys. Accommodations come in the form of bungalows—some with authentic thatched roofs—forming stylish suites with turndown services, private jacuzzis, and more. Package deals are plentiful and embody total luxury. The Romance Package includes food credits for all of your meals, a $200 spa credit per person, and airport car service, while the All-Inclusive Package includes meal credits for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; a $100 spa credit; and a welcome bottle of champagne.
Pier House Resort & Spa
This waterfront Key West hotel is a venture into tranquility. Complete with a private beach, spa services, and and on-site pool and hot tub, Pier House Resort & Spa has a variety of package deals to take advantage of for all-inclusive offerings. If you stay five nights, you'll get the fifth night free with the Five Night Package, while booking four nights gets you 50% off your fourth night in. The resort also offers exclusive spa specials that rotate every month.
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This post was originally published on June 28, 2017, and has since been updated.