The 7 best all-inclusive resorts in Florida

Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress

With a private lake, 45-hole golf course, and poolside cabanas, this resort offers 1,500 acres of freedom. It's roughly a mile from Walt Disney World. If you must drive, don't worry.

Bilmar Beach Resort

This beachfront resort is between Tampa, Clearwater, and St. Petersburg, where you can enjoy beachfront views from your suite Enjoy one of the hotel's two heated pools if you're not feeling the kilometers of pristine beaches.

Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center

This resort's lush atriums display diverse paradises, such as the Everglades, St. Augustine's cobblestone streets and rich history, and Key West's beautiful landscapes and brilliant colors.

Rosen Shingle Creek

The Spanish-style architecture and décor of this grand resort make tourists feel like they've traveled far away. Visitors love Shingle Creek Golf Club. The Spa at Shingle Creek provides several treatments to help vacationers unwind.

Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa

Fort Lauderdale's fresh ocean air and pleasant beach weather are hard to top, and this resort has a quarter-mile private beach for guests. Jet skiing, snorkeling, and lagoon pool lounging are all available.

Westgate Lakes Resort & Spa

This lakeside hotel has a water park, gaming room, fishing boat rentals, and shuffleboard for kids and adults. Booking a lodging with attraction tickets at neighboring Universal Studios often saves money.

The Ritz-Carlton, Sarasota

This luxury resort on the Gulf with stunning views, a golf course, beach club, Ritz Kids camp, and spa. Spend the day poolside with tasty meals and drinks.