Post # 1
Ok so I’ve been looking at these great beach all inclusive resorts like Dreams Riviera Cancun and places like that. Well, plans changed and now we’re looking at Florida for the moon of honeys. So I have my daydreams still slightly set on those great beach beds to take naps in and the luxury rooms.
The problem is that I’m having a hard time finding the same accomodations for the very low budget of $2,500-3000 (Preferrably 2,500)….in Florida.
Post # 3
Not sure exactly what you’re looking for, but we’ve stayed at Portofino Resort in Pensacola beach and it’s absolutely gorgeous! however, not all-inclusive. It’s right next to a national seashore of some type so it’s not a far walk to get your own little private section of beach.
Post # 4
Check out Naples Florida…its where we went for that price and it was amazing!
Post # 5
St. Pete Beach has a lot of nice places to stay. It really all depends on what you want to do. If you want tropical, go to the Keys, if you want white sand secluded beach stay in the panhandle, if you want night life go to Miami.
Post # 6
As you know there are no inclusives in Florida. A close fit to an all-inclusive is Amelia Island Plantation. They have some nice packages which I have taken advantage of for clients. The surroundings are so lush, you won’t even feel like you are in Florida. Rather is has the feel of being on a Caribbean Island, far from home.
Also, in the Key, Cheeca Lodge and Spa. Another winner and resort for a different feel. If you like diving or snorkling, this is the place. It’s about a 90 minute ride from Miami throught the famous Everglades.
Post # 7
I am not entirely sure of the name, but Versace’s old house in South Beach was turned into a resort of sorts, you might want to check them out