Some travelers think it’s cool to knock all-inclusive resorts, saying they don’t give you the real sense of a destination and seclude you from any kind of cultural immersion. But sometimes all one wants out of a vacation is to relax on a beach and not think too hard about the outside world, and when all your food and drinks are included there’s literally nothing to worry about.
Of course, Florida isn’t quite as generous as, say, Mexico or the Dominican Republic. So the words “all-inclusive” don’t always mean you won’t be handed a bill at the end. Most all inclusive resorts in Florida, even if they offer some extra inclusions, won’t cover everything. So make sure you read carefully so you know what you’re in for. Here are the best all-inclusives resorts in Florida, and what “all-inclusive” actually means for each of them.