Yes! There are All-Inclusive Resorts in Florida!

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Paddleboarders at Club Med Sandpiper, an all inclusive resort in Florida
Standup paddling, sailing, and kayaking are among the many activities at the all-inclusive Club Med Sandpiper Bay. Photo credit: Sandpiper

Whether traveling with my kids, my husband or my mom, I’ve always enjoyed all-inclusive resorts. From family-friendly to adults-only resorts, fully all-inclusive resort vacations offer lodging, dining, entertainment and activities for one flat rate. There are only two traditional all-inclusive resorts in Florida:

  • Sandpiper Bay Resort All Inclusive, Trademark Collection by Wyndham
  • Bungalows Key Largo

The other resorts on our list offer flexible add-on packages with benefits, discounts or resort fees with amenities worth considering. Examples include meal plans, or activities and amenities including beach chairs and umbrellas and fitness classes. Members of the SheBuysTravel team who frequently visit the Sunshine State, recommend:

  • The oceanfront Fort Lauderdale Harbor Marriott Beach
  • Four Seasons Resort for luxury near Disney World
  • Sandpearl on Florida’s beautiful Clearwater Beach

Prices vary at these resorts, and the others on our list, depending on location, amenities, time of year, and level of luxury. Generally, you can expect to pay from about $200 per night double occupancy to well over $1000 per night. Several of these Florida resorts offer “Good Neighbor” deals to residents of Florida and Georgia.

Read More: Florida Luxury Resorts Worth the Splurge

The beach at Club Med Sandpiper Bay, one of the all inclusive resorts in Florida
Sandpiper Bay Resort is the only true all-inclusive resort in Florida for families. Photo credit: Sandpiper

Sandpiper Bay Resort, A Trademark Collection by Wyndham

Best for: Families
Highlights: Many exciting activities
Location: Southeast Florida

This resort was formerly the Club Med Sandpiper and it was one of my family’s favorite spots. In 2022, the resort was sold to Wyndham and renamed Sandpiper Bay All Inclusive, Trademark Collection by Wyndham.

It has a new name, but the resort on the banks of the St. Lucie River is still the only Florida all-inclusive resort for families. It offers accommodations, entertainment, dining and an incredible array of kid-friendly activities all included at one flat rate. Excursions and spa treatments are available for an extra fee.

The junior family suites have a king bed and a set of bunk beds separated by a curtain. Or you get a room with a king bed and one or two day beds. All meals, snacks and drinks are included.

Activities Included at Sandpiper Bay Resort

Top on most family’s vacation agendas: The pool. Sandpiper Bay has two, a family pool that is open daily and an adults-only pool that is open on the weekend.

Water sports include sailing, kayaking, and paddleboarding. Jet skis, hoverboards, tubes, wakeboards and water excursions such as a sunset cruise or eco tour are available for an additional cost. Land sports include tennis, pickleball, basketball, soccer, bocce ball, mini golf and ping pong. There are sports pros onsite to give lessons in tennis, golf, volleyball, soccer, and swimming at an additional fee. Zumba and other fitness programs are also included, although spa services are an additional charge.

A kid’s club for babies as young as 4 months with special programming for toddlers and school-age kids and a club for tweens and teens (ages 11-17) is included. Nightly pajama parties for kids ages 4 months to 10 are available at an extra fee.

Dining at Sandpiper Bay

Three meals a day are available in Match Point Kitchen with snacks and other treats available throughout the day at Lucie’s and Sugarcane. A pool bar opens at the adults-only pool on the weekends.


all inclusve resorts in Florida
Enjoy quiet, adult time at the Bungalows Key Largo. Photo credit: Bungalows Key Largo

Bungalows Key Largo

Best for: Adults (21-plus)
Highlights: Secluded resort with private outdoor tubs
Location: Florida Keys

The only all-inclusive adults-only resort in the Florida Keys, the property features 135 waterfront or garden bungalows with private verandas outfitted with outdoor rain showers and soaking tubs. Plus, each bungalow comes with two cruiser bikes to explore the beautiful property.

All-inclusive pricing covers accommodations, all meals and premium drinks at three restaurants and a poolside bar. The rate also includes yoga classes, paddleboards, kayaks and other non-motorized water sports.

Not included are spa treatments, boat excursions and the onsite fine-dining restaurant.


Little Palm Island Resort & Spa

Best for: Adults
Highlights: Situated on a private island
Location: Florida Keys

Only accessible by seaplane or boat, Little Palm Island Resort & Spa is a true island getaway located off the Florida Keys coast. Enjoy the luxury of your private thatched-roof suite with ocean views and indoor/outdoor showers in a tropical setting. Sip a cocktail while lounging by the lagoon-style pool or beach or participate in the resort’s land and water activities.

The Little Palm Resort & Spa charges a daily resort fee that includes the following amenities and perks you’d find at all-inclusive resorts:

  • Welcome cocktail
  • Valet parking
  • Motor yacht transfers
  • Minibar – complimentary nibbles and non-alcoholic beverages.
  • Daily newspaper
  • Wifi
  • Fitness center access
  • Paddleboards, kayaks, Hobie cat and Boston Whalers
  • Complimentary Yoga twice weekly
  • Nightly turndown service

The resort’s Culinary Indulgence package, available with a two-night minimum stay, turns your vacation into an all-inclusive experience:

  • A welcome bottle of champagne
  • Daily breakfast for two
  • Daily three-course lunch for two
  • Nightly four-course dinner for two
  • A $100 Spa credit per person per night
Snorkelers in the water near Harbor Beach Marriott Resort in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Snorkelers in the water near Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Photo credit: Mimi Slawoff

Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa

Best for: Everyone
Highlights: Private beach
Location: Southeast Florida

Situated on a private beach three miles from the airport, the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa promises a relaxing getaway. The luxury resort has a calm beach, large heated pools, a spa, fitness center, year-round children’s program and several restaurants.

The Atlantic Ocean is as flat as a lake in the mornings, so that’s when I felt most comfortable paddling a kayak through water so clear I could see reefs just beneath the surface.

The Marriott Harbor Beach charges a daily resort fee that includes the following amenities and perks you’d find at all-inclusive resorts:

  • (2) Welcome beverages per stay
  • (2) Beach Chairs
  • One-hour rental of non-motorized sports equipment each day up to two people (surfboards, paddleboards, boogie boards, and kayak)
  • One-hour tennis court rentals including racquets and balls
  • One-hour rental of beach games daily (Giant Jenga, Connect 4, Corn Hole, Bocce Ball, Horseshoe)
  • One-hour bike rentals for 2 people
  • Enhanced Wifi

Seasonal meal promotions include:

  • Kids Eat Free: children 4-12 at the resort’s on-site restaurants when ordering from the kid menus
  • Start Your Day Sunnyside Up: Daily breakfast included for up to 2 adults and 2 children

Beverage service is available (but not included) on the beach from the comfort of your chair.


Key Lime Sailing Club & Cottages

Best for: Everyone
Highlights: Complimentary use of boats
Location: Florida Keys

This secluded waterfront resort promises an Old Florida Keys experience. The themed cottages, equipped with cooking facilities, can accommodate small and large groups. While you’ll have to provide your own food and toiletries, the resort offers many complimentary amenities. A five-night stay is required (in some cases, shorter stays are available).

There is no resort fee and your stay includes:

  • Use of a private sailboat
  • Snorkeling gear
  • Kayaks
  • Canoes
  • Paddleboards
  • Fishing gear
  • Bicycles
  • BBQ grills
  • Free Wifi


all inclusive resorts in Florida
The Four Seasons Resort Orlando offers a weekly Disney Character Breakfast. Photo credit: Four Seasons Resort Orlando

The Four Seasons Resort Orlando

Best for: Families
Highlights: A five-acre waterpark and proximity to Disney World
Location: Central Florida

The Four Seasons Resort Orlando offers the best of both worlds — a quiet residential location and easy access to Disney World.

Amenities include Explorer Island, a five-acre water park with a family pool and a lazy river, water slides, and more. The pools at the Four Seasons Orlando offer an oasis for parents and kids alike. Accommodations include guest rooms and suites (ideal for families or romantic retreats). The resort has several restaurants and offers the Good Morning Breakfast with Goofy and Pals on select days at Ravello restaurant for a fee.

There is no resort fee and your stay includes:

  • Explorer Island water park
  • Complimentary transportation to the four main Disney parks
  • Kids for All Seasons camp for ages 4 to 12
  • Free dining for ages 5 and younger with a paying adult in resort restaurants.
  • Pasta & Play is a complimentary service for Ravello guests dining with kids ages 4–12. After the meal, kids can enjoy supervised activities on the Spa Lawn with the Kids For All Seasons team, while adults relax

The resort offers several promotions including:

  • Discounts on room rates for Florida residents. Must provide Florida state ID at check-in
  • The Bed and Breakfast add-on package offers daily full American breakfast for up to two guests


all inclusive resorts in florida
The Don CeSar is an upscale resort on the Gulf of Mexico. Photo credit: The Don CeSar

The Don CeSar

Best for: Families
Highlights: Beachfront resort
Location: West Coast

Dubbed the Pink Palace of St. Pete Beach, the beachfront Don CeSar is situated on Florida’s Gulf Coast. Guest rooms and family suites are available.

Before you go, watch the Amazon Prime series “Life’s Rewards.” It features a down-on-his-luck main character, Dan, who lives off a massive cache of hotel points while stranded at The Don CeSar.

The Don CeSar charges a daily resort fee that includes the following:

  • Bicycle rentals
  • Premium wifi
  • Daily rental of up to three beach lounge chairs and an umbrella
  • Daily yoga and aerobic classes
  • Non-motorized water sports equipment (between 9 a.m. and noon)
  • Half-day access to Camp CeSar children’s program for ages 4 – 12.
  • Fitness Center access


all inclusive resorts in florida
Customize your family vacation with the resort’s “Build Your Own” package. Photo credit: Sandpearl Resort

Sandpearl Resort

Best for: Families
Highlights: Zero-entry lagoon-style pool
Location: West Coast

Kick back at the resort’s private beach and lagoon-style pool, then gather around the beachfront fire pit after dinner. Although not included in your room rate, the resort features water sports, a full-service spa, and the seasonal Camp Ridley for kids ages 5 – 10.

The Sandpearl Resort in Clearwater Beach charges a daily resort fee that includes the following:

  • In-room bottled water (2)
  • In-room coffee
  • Wireless Internet
  • Pool towel service at the resort pool and beach
  • Beach chairs for use on the resort’s private beach
  • Fitness Center
  • Bike rental at the resort (1)
  • Daily newspaper

The Sandpearl Resort offers various vacation packages that include:

  • Sunshine State Staycation offers Florida residents up to 15% off luxurious rooms and suites, and daily breakfast for two. Must present a valid Florida state ID at check-in
  • Vacay Your Way: Build Y0ur Own Vacation Package. Flexible amenities include adding spa and dining credits after choosing your room


The Ritz-Carlton

Best for: Those seeking a luxury experience
Highlights: Personalized concierge service
Location: East Coast

Situated on Amelia one of Florida’s Northeastern barrier islands, the beachfront Ritz-Carlton offers a more inclusive vacation on the Club Level. Perks there include complimentary breakfast, lunch, snacks, hors d’oeuvres, desserts and beverages as well as personalized concierge service, and overnight valet parking.

The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island charges a daily resort fee that includes the following:

  • Two beach chairs
  • A beach boogie board and an umbrella per day.
  • Access to both outdoor and indoor pools, along with a kid’s water play area.
  • Ritz Kid’s club access.
  • Fitness center with one complimentary class included per day per room.


The resort’s Opal Collection Family Package is ideal for families with kids under 12. Photo credit: Treasure Island Beach Resort

Treasure Island Beach Resort

Best for: Everyone
Highlights: Oceanfront pool
Location: West Coast

Enjoy three miles of a white sand beach at Treasure Island Beach Resort on Florida’s West Coast. This laid-back luxury property has 77 rooms and suites, some with ocean views and private balconies. Treasure Island is the place to enjoy the same soft sand and turquoise waters of Clearwater but with a quieter experience.

Located adjacent to St. Petersburg, the resort is great for families planning to visit the Clearwater Marine Aquarium and Central Florida’s theme parks.

Treasure Island Beach Resort charges a daily resort fee and includes the following:

  • Self-parking for one vehicle
  • In-room bottled water (2)
  • Wireless Internet
  • In-room coffee
  • Pool towel service at the resort pool and hot tub
  • Fitness Center
  • Daily newspaper
  • Daily turndown service

Resort vacation packages include:

  • The Rise, Shine and Dine package offers up to a 15 percent discount and includes free daily breakfast for two. In addition, the Good Neighbor Discount offers Florida and Georgia residents discounted room rates.


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Native Angeleno and seasoned travel journalist Mimi Slawoff writes for numerous print and digital publications. She is also the author of Oldest Los Angeles (Reedy Press, 2022). A lifelong world traveler, Mimi is an award-winning journalist who writes about outdoor adventures, cruises, Europe and cultural activities. Mimi has three grown kids and lives with her husband and their dog, Maya, in Los Angeles.
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  1. How do I get to go to an all inclusive resort for cheap? Can I go under the SheBuysTravel? Do people do such things, that they write about their experience & get discounts or free travel?

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