Top Puerto Rico all inclusive choices for your trip

Unlike other destinations, there aren’t many Puerto Rico all inclusive resorts

Since it is generally safe and there are many things to see and do in the Island, most guests will not want to spend all their time inside the hotel.

But for travelers who want to make an easy decision, properties with all inclusive options may be the right fit. Just keep in mind that Puerto Rico has incredible places to eat and awesome cafes.

These are some of the best resorts with all inclusive packages available in Puerto Rico.

Las Casitas Village, A Waldorf Astoria Resort
Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Located near El Conquistador Hotel, this property of is amazing, with spectacular fountains and greenery, but is quite extensive, so wear comfortable clothing.

Large rooms have light and beautiful color schemes, spacious balconies and great views of the hotel’s lush property. Each of the guest rooms are conveniently provided with complimentary coffee and water. There are 4 exquisite, 9 causal restaurants and 4 bars across the property.

Copamarina Beach Resort
Guanica, Puerto Rico

The mid-high-end hotel, located on the southwest coast of Puerto Rico has 106 rooms have great decor, furniture and small flat-screen TV’s, but cheap bedding and visible wear. Very clean though!

The most famous attractions are the nearby natural sites of interest (including Gilligan Island, Guánica Dry Forest, and Bioluminescent Parguera Bay), water sports such as kayaking, snorkeling and scuba diving, peace and quiet.

The beach of the place has a rough sand and is not too deep. The pool is passable. Anyone who is planning to explore the area should consider getting a car. Although not exclusively an Puerto Rico all inclusive hotel, Copamarina offers all inclusive meal and beverage options.

Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Resort & Spa
Rio Grande, Puerto Rico

This hotel is just minutes away from the El Yunque rain forest and it not that expensive. The high end hotel offers all inclusive drinks, food, and a complimentary round of golf to most of the guests, but make sure it’s included in your package!

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