Yes, they exist! Many resorts in Florida offer all-inclusive packages, while others are always all-inclusive. Choose one of these all-inclusive resorts in Florida for your next vacation.
1. Club Med Sandpiper Bay – Port St. Lucie
The only traditional all-inclusive resort in Florida for families, Club Med Sandpiper Bay offers everything you’re seeking in an all-in-one vacation: meals, accommodations, water sports, kids’ clubs, entertainment and more in one easy rate. The resort is located in Port St. Lucie.
2. Sirata Beach Resort – St. Pete Beach
One of the best all-inclusive resorts in the U.S., Sirata Beach Resort in St. Pete Beach offers an all-inclusive Florida resort vacation package with meals, beverages, accommodations, taxes, gratuities and amenities covered in one easy price. While the package is priced for two adults, additional guests can be added to the package and children’s rates for kids ages 12 and under are available.
3. Little Palm Island Resort & Spa – Little Torch Key
Little Palm Island Resort & Spa offers an all-inclusive Florida resort experience in the Florida Keys. The package includes a welcome bottle of Champagne for parents to enjoy; a $50 credit for breakfast, $50 credit for lunch, and a $150 credit for dinner per person, per day; and a $100 spa credit per person. A two-night minimum stay is required, and kids can be added to the package.
4. Tradewinds Island Resort – St. Pete Beach
Tradewinds Island Resort offers a variety of activity-inclusive packages. Options include a Busch Gardens Inclusive Package, with theme park and dining tickets included; and a Family Adventure Package, with access to the resort’s water sports, floating water park and more!
Bonus: Bungalows Key Largo – Key Largo
If you and your partner are looking to plan an adults-only escape, pack your bags and head to the Bungalows Key Largo, a stunning all-inclusive resort in the Florida Keys. Opened in 2019, this all-inclusive, adults-only Florida resort features two pools, floating tiki boats, a spa, several restaurant options, and more.
Must-Have Travel Items for the Season
Traveling with kids can be stressful, but bringing the right gear can help your trip run smoothly. First and foremost, don’t feel the need to lug more than one piece of luggage to the airport—it’s pointless! Pack everything from kids’ swim shoes to mom’s new chic swimsuit inside Away’s Large bag, the most indestructible suitcase on the market that’s built to last a lifetime. If you’re traveling with kiddos who are transitioning from a sippy cup, the insulated Hydro Flask is awesome for parents and children alike for its stay-cold design and leakproof lid (because we don’t want any messes on vacation). Lastly, ditch the diaper bag for a cute all-black, sustainable travel tote that’ll hold everything you need, from pacifiers to iPads.