The Best All-Inclusive Hotels to Book in Florida

Enjoy a romantic dinner at night on the pier at the Ocean Key Resort
Enjoy a romantic dinner at night on the pier at the Ocean Key Resort | Courtesy of Ocean Key Resort - A Noble House Resort / Expedia
Lauren Mack

With 1,350mi (2,170km) of coastline and 4,000-plus hotels, the Sunshine State is primed for a beachside getaway. If your ideal vacation consists of lounging on a poolside deckchair as waitstaff ply you with food and cocktails and never bring the bill, read on for our pick of the best all-inclusive resorts in Florida, all bookable with Culture Trip.

1. The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, for a bespoke beach vacation in Nassau County

Boutique Hotel, Resort, Hotel

A birds-eye view of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, with a large green space and a stretch of sandy beach directly in front of the hotel.
Courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island / Expedia

Book a Club Level stay at this luxury north Florida resort for a customized barrier-island vacation, complete with exclusive offers, butler service and club lounge access – don’t miss the hors d’oeuvres and kid-friendly treats. Sunbathe and sip complimentary cocktails on a private patch of beach or splash out on personalized activities, ranging from hammock massages to mindful meditation to fish-to-dish excursions with the executive chef. Pirate-themed meet-and-greets and supervised evening fun ensure children are equally pampered.

2. Little Palm Island Resort and Spa - a Noble House Resort, for an off-the-grid escape in Little Torch Key

Resort, Spa Hotel

A birds-eye view of the green island where the Little Palm Island Resort and Spa is located
Courtesy of Little Palm Island Resort and Spa
Get away from it all – literally – at this adults-only, private island resort. The property has no telephones, and the island’s only television is in the great room at the resort. Check in at the welcome hut on Little Torch Key before traveling by boat or seaplane to the thatched-roof resort. Bungalow-suite vacation packages include a welcome bottle of champagne, daily breakfast for two and a daily $100 spa credit per person. The culinary package also includes a daily three-course lunch and four-course dinner for two.

3. Ocean Key Resort - A Noble House Resort, for oceanfront indulgence in Key West

Resort, Spa Hotel

An outside view of the Ocean Key Resorts swimming pool by night, surrounded by stylish cushioned sun loungers and a pool-side bar.
Courtesy of Ocean Key Resort - A Noble House Resort / Expedia

This luxury, 100-room, oceanfront resort at the end of Duval Street, in Key West, offers perk-filled packages such as the Romance in Paradise, which includes champagne, a daily $100 spa credit and a daily $100 food and beverage credit per room. No details are overlooked here: expect chilled towels at the pool bar and lounge, infused water in the lobby and a nightly turndown service. Wake up to a private breakfast on your balcony and treat yourself to a Keys-inspired Key Lime Margarita Spa Pedicure at the spa.

4. TradeWinds Beach Resort, for a kid-friendly island vacay in St. Pete Beach


A birds-eye view of the TradeWinds Beach Resort, with a heart-shaped swimming pool, sun loungers, palm trees, and a stretch of white sand by the sea.
Courtesy of TradeWinds Beach Resort / Expedia

TradeWinds offers hundreds of activities on 30 acres (12ha) at two neighboring beachfront resorts. Most activities are included in the resort’s amenity fee or in an all-inclusive activity package. Options include sunbathing on floating cabanas, watching a pirate show and digging for treasure, and playing on a 15,750sqft (1,463sqm) floating water park with inflatable slides and floating trampolines. Located on St Pete Beach, a barrier island on the central Florida coast, this is the ideal family beach getaway.

5. The Ritz-Carlton, Naples, for luxury adventures with the family in Collier County

Resort, Hotel

An outside view of tall and bright The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, with palm trees directly in front of the building and a blue sea backdrop behind it.
Courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton, Naples / Expedia
The Ritz-Carlton Naples, in southwest Florida, offers a Club Level package with exclusive amenities in a 14th-floor sanctuary overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Daily delights include breakfast, lunch, snacks, hors d’oeuvres and desserts, plus child-friendly treats and games, a “cookie humidor” filled with freshly-baked cookies, and a library complete with 1,500 books and a cozy fireplace. An in-room camping experience with pop-up tent, glow-in-the-dark night sky, and simulated campfire is exclusively available in Club Level accommodations for an additional fee.

6. Sirata Beach Resort, for a pet-friendly beach getaway in St Pete Beach


An external view of the large Sirata Beach Resort at sunset, with a wide stretch of sand trailing along the seashore.
Courtesy of Sirata Beach Resort / Expedia

This 13-acre (5ha) resort on St Pete Beach boasts a private stretch of white sand and pet-friendly accommodations for dogs and cats. Amenities for four-legged guests include a welcome gift of a dog mat and water bowl, and a room-service food menu with dining options such as Chow Hound Meatloaf (Fido’s ground beef, oatmeal, heirloom carrots, broccolini and green beans) and Kitty Cat’s Favorite (flaked farm-raised salmon, heirloom carrots and green beans).

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