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6 Best Resorts in Florida for Adults

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What comes to mind when you think about Florida? For me, it’s images of skyscrapers surrounded by a perfect semi-circle of sandy white beaches, crystal clear water, and a bright blue sky. The Sunshine State is as picturesque as any Caribbean island without leaving the country.

The best way to stay in Florida in style is to stay at an adults-only resort. Remember, it’s always summertime in Florida, so expect any resort to have outdoor pools, ocean views, and tropical drinks.

In this way, there are Florida beach resorts designed for every kind of traveler. Not to worry, city lovers, we’ve included a hotel here in an urban setting, too. I love being able to walk places from my hotel, so ultra-secluded hotels are never my go-to.

Some of the best resorts in Florida for adults are all-inclusive, creating an easy getaway. Enjoy on-site amenities and private beaches, rivaling even the swankiest spots in hot spots like Cancun or the Riviera Maya.

For travelers with relaxation in mind, there are hotels with full-service spas, private balconies, ocean views, and swim-up bars. For the adventurer, there are spots packed with activities such as scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, and water sports.

With all the choices from Palm Beach to Key West, it can seem a little overwhelming. But whether you are looking to drop off your kids for a weekend, fly in for a bachelorette party, or just looking for a quick getaway with friends, these resorts will fit the bill.

TL;DR

Resort Name Location Rating (out of 5) Price
Bungalows Key Largo Key Largo 4.2 $$$
The Standard Spa, Miami Beach Miami Beach 4.5 $$
Casa Morada, Islamorada Islamorada 4.5 $$
Little Palm Island Resort and Spa Little Torch Key 4.6 $$$$
JW Marriott Marco Island Marco Island 4.6 $$$
The Breakers Palm Beach Palm Beach 4.8 $$$$

Best Adult Only Resorts in Florida

1. Bungalows Key Largo

Aerial view of Bungalows Key Largo
Bungalows Key Largo / Booking.com

Address: 99010 Overseas Highway, Key Largo, FL 33037

Bungalows Key Largo is a gorgeous all-inclusive resort right on the beachfront in Key Largo. This island oasis is surrounded by 1,000 feet of shoreline and sits snugly inside a botanical garden. The bungalows sit along a small private beach where the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico await.

As an all-inclusive resort, everything in the Bungalows is handled at one price. That means accommodations, all meals including small bites, dining at five different restaurants, and poolside dining. The resort also has a zen pool, jacuzzi, a private beach, and water sports equipment such as kayaks and paddle boards on site.

Things to Do Near Bungalows Key Largo:

Pros:

  • All-inclusive
  • Private and secluded
  • Full-service spa
  • Nightly events

Cons:

  • 50 miles from the closest airport
  • Pretty isolated (pro/con?)
  • You may have to pay an early check-in fee

See Related: Best Resorts in South Florida for Every Type of Traveler

2. The Standard Miami – Miami Beach

The spa area at The Standard Miami
The Standard Miami / Booking.com

Address: 40 Island Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Not far from South Beach is The Standard Miami at Miami Beach, an adults-only spa-focused accommodation on Belle Isle. However, The Standard markets itself as less of a “hotel” and more of an adults-only spa with guest rooms, which makes it the perfect mini-getaway for those who might be in town for a short time but want to be pampered to perfection during that time.

The spa offers a full range of offerings, including access to a Turkish Hamam. Next to the resort spa, the rooms are more simplistic, with a bend towards holistic wellness.

Some amenities include overstocked mini bars with organic treats, a waterfall hot tub, flatscreen TVs, and Bluetooth speakers. Guests must be at least 21 to check into the room but can stay in the hotel if they are at least 18 years old.

Things to do near The Standard:

Pros:

  • Top-of-the-line spa experience
  • The resort offers four restaurants
  • Pets are allowed at no additional cost
  • Excellent fitness center
  • Boutique-sized hotel with just 100 rooms

Cons:

  • Rooms can be noisy
  • Small compared to other resorts in Florida

See Related: Best Houseboats for Rent in Florida

3. Casa Morada, Islamorada

Aerial view of Casa Morada
Casa Morada / Booking.com

Address: 136 Madeira Road, Islamorada, FL 33036

Casa Morada is another one of the resorts in Florida located in the stunning Keys. With only sixteen suites to its name, Casa Morada is a small and intimate oasis in Islamorada.

Islamorada is a village of six islands located 90 minutes south of Miami. It is known as the Sportfishing Capital of the World and hosts the largest fishing fleet per square mile in the world.

This Key resort is a charming little hotel that is perfect for couples trying to escape from the real world for a little while. Since it’s so secluded, there isn’t much you can do within walking distance of the property. Even so, there is room service, a private beach area, a swimming pool, yoga classes, and even activities like snorkeling and cycling.

Things to do near Casa Morada:

Pros:

  • Secluded
  • Complimentary breakfast, activities, and rentals (with exceptions)
  • On-site massage services

Cons:

  • Ninety minutes from Miami International Airport
  • The smallest of our best resorts in the Florida Keys

See Related: Best Islands in Florida to Visit

4. Little Palm Island Resort and Spa

Pool Amenity in Little Palm Island Resort and Spa
Little Palm Island Resort and Spa / Facebook

Address: 28500 Overseas Highway, Little Torch Key, FL 33042

Little Palm Island Resort is America’s only private island resort. The five-star beach resort is inspired by the British Indies and designed in the old world tradition with thatched roof bungalows that look out on stunning beach views.

Located along the Florida Keys coastline, the small island resort is lined with palm trees. Crushed seashell paths lead to a white sand beach with blue waters, private cabanas, and exotic wildlife.

Amenities on the island include a crystal clear lagoon-style pool, a private pristine beach, a living area with the only TV on the property, and an on-site marina. The resort also houses a boutique, shop private or on-site dining, and the Little Palm Island Resort spa and fitness center.

Guests wanting to wander off the island can also choose from various activities. Some top picks are kayaking, backcountry flats fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, sky diving, and wildlife tours.

Things to do near Little Palm Island:

Pros:

  • The only private island resort in the U.S.
  • Beach resort offers spa services
  • A handful of water activities

Cons:

  • Only reachable by seaplane or boat
  • Expensive
  • Completely remote

See Related: Best Resorts in the Florida Keys

5. JW Marriott Marco Island Beach Resort

Adults-only section of the JW Marriott Marco Island
JW Marriott Marco Island / Booking.com

Address: 400 S Collier Blvd, Marco Island, FL 34145

Nestled along the beach, the three swimming pools at the JW Marriott Marco Island Beach Resort have much to contend with. To be clear, the entire hotel is not adults-only.

Instead, this JW Marriot offers Paradise by Sirene, which is a 92-room section of the hotel for adults. We are still including it here, though, because it is undoubtedly one of the best resorts in Florida.

In the Paradise by Sirene section, guests can enjoy an adult-only rooftop pool, an adults-only private beach area, and a private lounge-style champagne check-in. This hotel also has a full-service spa, tennis courts, and a nearby championship golf course. You can also enjoy plenty of water sports from here as well.

Things to do near JW Marriott Marco Island:

Pros:

  • Every room has a private balcony
  • Secluded adults-only section
  • Full-service spa
  • Ten restaurants

Cons:

  • Not a fully adults-only hotel
  • Guests don’t love the sushi restaurant
  • Food at the resort may not fit all dietary needs

See Related: Things to Do in Orlando, Florida

6. H2O Suites

Guest room at H20 Suites in Florida
H20 Suites / Booking.com

Address: 1212 Simonton Street, Downtown Key West, Key West, FL 33040

It should come as no surprise that the final entry of our best Florida resorts is in the Florida Keys. At H2O Suites, the name of the game is relaxation, even at the heart of Key West. Your adventure begins, tropical drink in hand, when you arrive at this adults-only oasis.

This hotel is perfect for folks who love to keep busy on vacation since you have so much within walking distance. So you can enjoy fresh seafood within minutes of leaving the hotel.

Unlike the other hotels we’ve mentioned, this one is far from secluded. Even so, the tranquility of the saltwater pool will help you forget all your troubles.

From here, you can also enjoy activities like snorkeling, fishing, and cycling. That pool will be calling your name after a long day of exploring the city or the beaches.

Things to do near H20 Suites:

Pros:

  • Walkable to tons of restaurants and stores
  • All rooms are suites
  • Saltwater pool

Cons:

  • No restaurant
  • Not all rooms are accessible via elevator

See related: Stunning Cabins In Florida That Feel Like Another Planet

FAQ

Why choose an adults-only resort in Florida?

Not only are adults-only resorts in Florida often less expensive than locations in other parts of the world, but they’re also easier to access from anywhere in the country.

How much does it cost to stay at a resort in Florida?

Resorts in Florida tend to run less expensive than similar locations in places like the Riviera Maya or the Caribbean. On average, these resorts cost about $250+ a day. Several of the resorts we’ve listed are much more expensive than that; however, they’re also luxury accommodations.

What amenities are available at these resorts?

Mainly, these resorts offer restaurants on the property, spas, and pools. Since these are resorts in Florida, many of them also offer water sports all year long because of the constant warm temperatures. That means jet skiing all year.

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