Puerto Rico All Inclusive Resorts

Copamarina Beach Resort
Copamarina Beach Resort

Puerto Rico all inclusive resorts are located on one of the most exciting and diverse islands in all of the Caribbean. U.S. citizens have no need for a passport or visas—and English is widely spoken throughout this U.S. territory. You’ll find everything you’d expect for a island getaway, down to the spectacular beaches and swaying palm trees, along with a well-developed tourism industry ready to welcome you and treat you as a special guest.

Gran Melia Puerto Rico

Gran Melia Puerto Rico
Gran Melia Puerto Rico

One of the best all-inclusive resorts along Coco Beach, Gran Melia Puerto Rico Gulf Resort looks every bit the tropical paradise. With palm trees swaying in the breeze, a meandering golf course and elegant architecture along the beach, Gran Melia provides a scenic setting. Because this is one of the Puerto Rico all inclusive resorts, everything including overnight accommodations, meals, and activities are included in the rate, so all you need to do is get to Coco Beach to start enjoying a vacation on your terms. The suites and villas offer a signature blend of style and comfort, along with ocean or garden views. Some of the suites have whirlpools on the balcony, and all rooms have in-room mini-bars and air conditioning. Beyond the rooms, you’ll find an expansive swimming pool complex surrounded by a lagoon with four whirlpools and a welcoming spa. The hotel complex also has five restaurants and four bars, which specialize in fresh, chef-inspired creations. Guests are welcome to visit the Trump International Golf Club, the home of the Puerto Rico Open, with two 18-hole courses.

Rincon of the Seas

Rincon of the Seas
Rincon of the Seas

The resort’s full name—Rincon of the Seas Grand Caribbean Hotel—hints at what’s special about this fine choice in Rincon for Puerto Rico all inclusive resorts. The art deco themed guestrooms are decorated in calming shades of blue and green, matching the palm trees and the ocean outside. When you’re done sitting on the balcony, you’ll be ready to experience the tropical scenery for yourself. The list of activities is long, so the hard part will be deciding what to do first. Some will head straight for the swimming pool at the center of the lagoon, while others will want to sample the Caribbean cuisine at one of the restaurants or grab a snack to bring to the beach. With an all-inclusive package, you can enjoy all of this without ever once opening your wallet.

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