Puerto rico vacation resorts: The 4 Best Puerto Rico All-Inclusive Resorts (2023)

10 Best All-inclusive Puerto Rico Resorts in 2023






Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort


It draws in guests from all over the world with its 27-hole golf course and one of the largest casinos in Puerto Rico. The Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort is an upscale beachfront resort that boasts views of the Caribbean Sea and the Central Mountains (Cordillera Central).

Situated just 10 km from the Mercedita International Airport and 6 km from the city of Ponce, it’s easy to get to yet remote from population centers.


Aside from playing golf all day long, you can also swim at one of the outdoor pools or unwind at the whirlpool spa. Tennis geeks can check out the local tennis court, and those who like spending time in nature can swim in the warm Caribbean.

If in the mood, try your luck at the casino. You might get fortunate enough to sponsor your next year’s trip to Puerto Rico. If feeling adventurous, take your kids on a water slide and try windsurfing.


Dining options at Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort include La Terazza Restaurant which offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and Sancho’s Oriental & Sushi Bar, where you can have some of the best sashimi in town.

Don’t forget to check out El Bohio Sports and Pool Bar for a sweet pina colada and a football match.

Learn more about the Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort here!

Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Puerto Rico Golf & Beach Resort


It’s got so many different activities for both kids and adults. The Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Puerto Rico Golf & Beach Resort is a luxurious destination located not too far from the Carabali Rainforest Park. Part of the Palmas del Mar community, it’s a 500-acre beachfront resort that both adults and kids can enjoy without getting too bored from the lack of activities (hint: there are daily iguana feedings).


Sure, you can explore the golden sands and the turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean on a sunny Tuesday morning, but you can also stay in and play blackjack or golf. And while you’re on the resort’s territory, take a dip in one of the three lagoon-style pools, relax at the Mandara Spa, and play tennis.

If you’re traveling with kids, you can sign up for bird walks, participate in daily iguana feedings, and watch turtles nesting. Your kids will enjoy arts and crafts, face painting sessions, and cooking classes too.


This resort never disappoints with the wide variety of cuisines you can tease your taste buds with. From fish tacos at the Tiki Hut to Caribbean comfort food at Roots Coastal Kitchen and octopus at the Italian restaurant Palio, your stomach is guaranteed to be full after an entire day of sampling all the foods.

We’d recommend having breakfast at Marbella, a pizza for lunch from Roots On The Go, and tapas with a Bacardi cocktail at the Caicu Bar & Tapas. For an authentic Puerto Rican dinner, don’t miss out on the Iguanas Cocina Puertorriquena.

Learn more about the Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Puerto Rico Golf & Beach Resort here!

La Concha Resort


A health-conscious, wellness resort that allows adults and kids to independently enjoy some R & R. Surrounded by palm trees, La Concha is a stylish beachfront resort located in the upscale Condado neighborhood. This luxurious resort goes well with the local atmosphere excusing class and sophistication akin to the business travelers often staying here for a few nights at a time.


No matter if you’re here for work or leisure, you’re welcome to unwind at one of the pools: there’s one with an adjacent jacuzzi for adults only and one with fountains designed for active swimming. Neither of the pools is shallow, so beware of allowing your kids in it if they don’t know how to swim yet.

If you want to stay fit while on vacation, La Concha has a fitness center, a high-tech spa, and even a wellness program featuring beach workouts and outdoor mindfulness sessions. Some of the other amenities include Casino Del Mar and golf at the Bahia Beach Resort nearby.


La Concha isn’t devoid of family-friendly restaurant options: an open-air multi-level terrace eatery Solera and the Italian chic Serafina restaurant are just a few of them. Visit The Loft Beachfront for brunch and bubbles and Sereno Beach Bar & Grill for icy cold Sangria and a scrumptious burger.

You’ll also find Aroma Cafe serving some of the best a-la-carte breakfast dishes and an adults-only beachfront terrace Marena mixing botanical cocktails and rose wines.

Learn more about the La Concha Resort here!

The Blue Horizon Boutique Resort


This adults-only hotel is a hot destination for couples who want to spend some quality time in an elegant resort with a chill yet chic environment. Overlooking the Caribbean Sea, The Blue Horizon Boutique Resort is just 11 km from Fortin Conde de Mirasol and 15 km from Vieques National Wildlife Refuge.


Take a break from the heat and dip in the infinity pool followed by renting the jeep and exploring the surroundings. If you get bored at the resort, you can go horseback riding which is one of the most rewarding activities you can do at The Blue Horizon Boutique Resort.

Did we mention that there’s an outdoor jacuzzi too? If you’re here for your honeymoon, it’s almost a crime not to make use of it. Get yourself some champagne and create a romantic atmosphere you’ll remember for the rest of your married life. This is also a popular destination for getting married!


Carambola restaurant offers a variety of Mediterranean meals for you to try to ensure that you’re never hungry. Get an order of huevos rancheros with a side of fruit and come back later for mango ceviche and a grilled taco quesadilla.

Get a pineapple, and coconut shrimp appetizer and pasta Caribena cooked in white wine and garlic sauce, marinara, or vodka sauce for dinner. Don’t forget to wash it all down with a Mai Tai or a rum punch.

Learn more about The Blue Horizon Boutique Resort here!

El Conquistador Resort


Set on a cliffside 300 feet above sea level, El Conquistador is an award-winning resort that’s also home to 20+ restaurants and bars and so many different activities. It’s family-oriented, making it a popular destination for those searching for a place with a handful of amenities for children of all ages.


Golf, tennis, arcades, you name it — El Conquistador has it. You get mesmerizing views of the El Yunque National Forest and the ocean while playing at the 18-hole golf course and swimming in the pool that features a jacuzzi and lanes for playing volleyball and basketball.

Visit the Coqui Water Park for water-related thrills and leave your kids (ages 4-12) at Camp Coqui to do scavenger hunts, snorkel, kayak, and build sandcastles. If you have time, hop on the catamaran and take a short ride to Palomino island, where you can partake in even more water-based activities, including paddle boarding and diving.


You’ll never get hungry or bored of repetitive meals at El Conquistador Resort — there are over 20 restaurant and bar options to choose from. Try lobster bisque and filet mignon at Chop’s Steakhouse and have drinks at the Splash Bar later.

We recommend you stop by the Brisas Courtyard cafe that serves breakfast and dinner featuring both local and international dishes. Consider visiting Dockside Ballyhoo Bar & Grill or Stingray Cafe for eating outdoors.

Learn more about the El Conquistador Resort here!

Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa


This place offers expeditions. This 20-acre tropical resort stretches on the half-mile Caribbean beach along the Caribbean Sea. Offering two outdoor pools, an on-site spa, and rooms with an ocean view, Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa is only 4 km away from Bosque Seco de Guanica and a 12-minutes walk from the ferry terminal.


Aside from the pool and spa, Copamarina also has plenty of unforgettable experiences for its guests, including a beach and sunset cruise and trips to Gilligan’s Island. If you’re down to explore farther away places, consider booking an excursion to Bioluminescent Bay, where you can witness lit-up phytoplanktons first-hand.

Although the resort doesn’t have a kid’s program, it features a beach hut with various water sports and expeditions organized by Aquaventures Hilton. You can rent a sea kayak or book a scuba trip to dive deeper into the underwater world of the Caribbean Sea.


Guests can visit Alexandra and La Palma restaurants to satisfy their tropical cravings. The first restaurant caters to those who like fine dining, and the second is a casual eatery located next to the beach and the pool, where tourists spend the majority of their time.

If you decide to have dinner at Alexandra, order the Caribbean lobster Termidor or filet mignon served with a port wine sauce. Get a grilled skirt steak or chicken fingers for your kids. At La Palma, try their signature Octopus wonton that comes with a citrus-soy dipping sauce or authentic Puerto Rican chicken cracklings with fried plantains and spicy aioli.

Learn more about the Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa here!

Villa Montana Beach Resort


Located in Isabella and bordered by the jungle terrain and the beach, Villa Montana is a Colonial-style beach resort that sits on 35 acres of land. It boasts a little over three miles of private beach land, making for an ideal getaway for couples and families with children.


There are plenty of things to do at the resort, including swimming in two pools, playing tennis, exploring the wine cellar, and even having a beach bonfire with s’mores. If you’re feeling particularly active, you can also rent a beach cruiser bicycle if you’re feeling particularly active.

For activities around the villa, try snorkeling, kite surfing, rock climbing, and horseback riding. Suppose your kids are fascinated by the wildlife. In that case, you can show them the turtles that can be adopted as a part of the program created together with the Caribbean Conservation Corporation.


Although there’s only one restaurant on the property is open to guests, it was recently renovated to offer an even more vibrant dining experience. The eclectic menu consists of traditional Neopolitan wood-fired pizzas, local fresh daily catch, and signature cocktails, among other things.

We recommend that you try The Eclipse Restaurant’s Arepas Rellanas with white corn arepas, pulled pork, poached eggs, spicy remoulade, and Grilled Angus NY steak cooked in chardonnay and shallot butter. Don’t miss out on the Flan, the traditional Puerto Rican custard.

Learn more about Villa Montana Beach Resorta here!

O:LV Fifty Five Boutique Hotel


Get pampered at an urban Spa Hotel that feels like a resort. Located between the Atlantic Ocean and Condado Lagoon, O:LV Fifty Five is an adults-only Boutique Hotel. It has lavish suites equipped with marble bathrooms and rainfall showers designed to accommodate couples of all stylistic preferences.


From in-room experiences like rooftop massages and romantic dinners to curated tours like Culebra Island and El Yunque, there isn’t a shortage of activities to engage in when on vacation at this resort. You can even go the extra mile and surprise your significant other with a welcome package consisting of a dozen berries, wine, and cheese.

One of the most unique experiences at O:LV Fifty Five Boutique Hotel is a floating champagne deck picnic. You can choose between floating in the afternoon or at sunset, depending on the type of getaway you want.


The Caribbean Asian restaurant at the boutique hotel claims to bring the spirit of Asia to the heart of Puerto Rico. It features recipes inspired by the flavors of Vietnam, Korea, Thailand, and Japan.

Some of our favorites from the all-day menu at Arya are mozzarella empanadas, Asian tuna tartar, and pork longaniza sliders. The brunch menu consists of lemon ricotta pancakes, Arya bacon burgers, and Nicoisse salad Mezclum.

Learn more about the O:LV Fifty Five Boutique Hotel here!

The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort


It’s the only resort in Puerto Rico with AAA 5 Diamond title. It hosts golf and offers comfortable expeditions.

Located in the Rio Grande, The St. Regis Bahia is situated on a former coconut farm that was rebuilt to serve as a luxury beach resort.


This A-star beach resort is filled with things to do, starting from perfecting your golf skills at the golf course and ending with visiting the Audubon Signature Sanctuary. You can also take nature trails and boat rides available for the guests.

If you’re into more relaxing activities, take the chance to swim in the outdoor pool, use the on-site hot tub, and book an hour of spa time at the Iridium Spa. Feel free to leave your kids at the kids’ club and enjoy some much-needed alone time with your significant other, exploring all the resort offers.


The St. Regis Bahia beach resort is a Marriott Hotel property featuring a handful of restaurants and bars to enjoy. Our favorite is Paros restaurant serving Mediterranean dishes cooked by the best chefs. Santaella is a close second with its authentic Puerto Rican cuisine, focusing mainly on tapas.

For canapes and pre-dinner drinks, stop by the St. Regis Bar. Resort visitors are welcome to sip some rum while taking in the views and the ocean’s breeze when sitting outside on the deck.

Learn more about The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort here!

Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve


You’ll find the 1,400-acre Dorado Beach Resort located just 3.8 miles from Cerro Gordo National Park. This Ritz-Carlton property is a prime vacation spot for families looking to enjoy some luxury away from the hustle and bustle of urban city life.


There are three pro golf courses, a tennis court, swimming pools, and a world-class spa to check out. Children can have fun at the aquatic park and the playground that accommodate large families.

Book a sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding, surfing, or kitesurfing experience if you want to step out of your comfort zone. You can also take a Rockefeller nature trail or take a bike and cruise around the property on a sunny day.


Visit the local wine cellar LA CAVA located at the COA restaurant with one of the most extensive wine lists in the Caribbean. Pop into the open-air Encanto Beach Club Bar and Grill restaurant for grilled meats and seafood.

If you happen to get hungry while chilling on the hot sand and listening to the ocean breeze, Posi+Ivo Sand Bar is your best option. The menu consists of Latin and Asian-inspired dishes that allow you to try a variety of meals at once.

Learn more about the Dorado Beach here!


Frequently asked questions about the All-Inclusive Resorts in Puerto Rico

Where is Puerto Rico?

The island of Puerto Rico is an American territory with its own autonomous administration. The smallest and most eastern of the Greater Antilles chain of islands, it’s located between the Dominican Republic and the Virgin Islands.

On a map, it’s about 1,000 miles from Miami. A plane ride will take a little more than 2 hours from Miami to San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico.

Does Puerto Rico have nice beaches?

If you’ve ever been to a Caribbean island, you won’t be surprised by the pristine Puerto Rican beaches. If not, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. This island is globally known for its sparkling clear water and white sands. Some even go as far as to claim that Puerto Rico has some of the best beaches in the world.

Although the coast outside the country’s capital city San Juan is packed with the most popular beaches on the island, there are a few more names you should know before going to Puerto Rico.

Boqueron Beach (Playa Boqueron) in Cabo Rojo is a great tranquil beach with powdery sands that offers incredible views at sunset and a handful of seafood restaurants. The other one is Luquillo Beach, located merely 20 minutes away from the island’s capital city. Thanks to the countless coconut trees and calm waters, this one is often called a ‘laid-back haven’. It’s also conveniently located not too far from the family-friendly resorts.

When should I go to Puerto Rico?

The weather in Ponce remains the same all year round: it’s warm, humid, and the thermometer often hits 70-80° Fahrenheit. The high season lasts from mid-December until mid-April, with the rest of the year being much quieter at the resort.

Remember that the hurricane season is from June 1st through November 30th, which is also considered a low season. Tourists still book their stay here because the hotel rates are lower. They do, however, run the risk of encountering stormy weather.

What food is Puerto Rico famous for?

Puerto Rico is indeed the land of sofrito, plantains, and pork. The Caribbean island has a strong American, European, African, and Taino influence that’s felt in its cuisine too. Some of the most popular ingredients in traditional Puerto Rica dishes are beef, pork, olive oil, papaya, plantains, cacao, sugarcane, and yucca.

We recommend you to not leave the country without trying a least a few of the following dishes:

  • Pasteles – adobo and pork stuffing pressed inside the green plantain masa and steamed in banana leaves
  • Arroz con gandules/habichuelas – rice, pigeon peas, beans, and pork cooked in bacon fat and Sofrito
  • Empanadillas – turnovers with a potatoes and ground beef filling that come seasoned with a nutty Achiote spice or garlicky Sofrito
  • Maduros & Tostones – sweet (Maduros) or salty (Tostones) snacks made from lightly fried plantains
  • Mofongo – green fried plantains mashed with pork skin, garlic, olive oil, and broth often served with stewed shrimp
  • Pernil – slow-roasted marinated pork shoulder or leg accompanied with arroz con gandules
  • Papas Rellenas – fried stuffed potatoes with ground beef or pork and seasoned with Sofrito 

What language do they speak in Puerto Rico?

English and Spanish are the official languages of Puerto Rico. That said, if you don’t speak Spanish, you should still be able to communicate with locals. Puerto Ricans often use Spanglish, a combination of Spanish and English.

Spanish spoken in Puerto Rico is more similar to the Spanish spoken in Spain than that spoken in, say, Mexico. Puerto Rican Spanish leaves out the ‘D’ sound and changes it to ‘L’ or ‘R’ while not pronouncing ‘S’.

How to get around Puerto Rico?

There isn’t just one way of exploring Puerto Rico — commuter flights, ferries, rental cars, trains, and taxis, along with publicos and rideshare apps are all go-to transportation methods.

If you’re thinking about traveling between the islands, consider either taking a short flight with Cape Air or Air Flamenco or taking a ferry from the main island. The rest is best to use if you’re staying on the island at an all-inclusive resort and have no plans of moving around or getting out of the resort’s territory.

Is Puerto Rico cheap to visit?

The world-class beaches Puerto Rico offers come with a hefty price tag when compared to other Caribbean destinations. That said, if you start saving in advance, you can score a good deal on that all-inclusive resort you’ve been eyeing recently.

If you aren’t staying at a 5-star resort or a nice boutique hotel, you can budget as a couple for as little as $1200-$1500 per week. It also helps to travel in the low season and cook your meals at your accommodation.

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With over 270 miles of sandy shores, Puerto Rico is a dream destination for many looking to get away and enjoy some time under the sun. Turn that dream into a reality by visiting any one of the best resorts in Puerto Rico. In this list of all-inclusive resorts in Puerto Rico, you’ll find stays that are perfect for families or young travelers looking to make lasting memories.

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Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Located in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, Las Casitas Village is one of the best all-inclusive resorts on the island. With extensive grounds, featuring spectacular fountains, lush green foliage, and many coconut trees, a luxurious tropical getaway awaits you at Las Casitas Village. 


The 234 rooms in Las Casitas have light, airy color schemes and large balconies that let you enjoy the stunning views Las Casitas has to offer. The rooms available are supplied with Wi-Fi, mini-fridges, coffee makers, microwaves, and more to make your stay more convenient. Remodeled villas also have up-to-date kitchenettes, which provide an alternative to on-site restaurants, a living room, and a dining area.  


This all-inclusive Puerto Rico hotel also offers plenty of amenities, including outdoor and poolside dining locations and bars, a golf course, a game room, and even babysitting services, so you can take a break from the kids. 


Las Casitas Village is just a short distance from the Coqui Water Park. At Coqui Water Park, you can spend your day lounging on the lazy river pool, testing out some of the water slides, and enjoying other attractions. The water park also has a large infinity-edge pool that overlooks the Caribbean Sea.


If you’re looking to explore nature, Las Casitas is 12 miles away from El Yunque Rainforest. This national rainforest is brimming with tall trees and vibrant plants, and there are many trails that allow you to see it all. You can also bathe beneath naturally forming waterfalls.



Aside from the nearby water park and on-site dining and bars, Las Casitas Village is great if you’re looking for a secluded all-inclusive resort in Puerto Rico. While some Puerto Rico resorts are closer to the busier areas, Las Casitas Village gives you a taste of quiet comfort that will make your Puerto Rico vacation one to remember. The best part is that you’re not too far from stores and restaurants.


Guanica, Puerto Rico

The Copamarina Beach Resort and Spa is located on Puerto Rico’s remote southwestern coast and is a world away from the crowded high-rise hotels of San Juan. Enjoy your stay at one of the 104 rooms available that are designed with separate common areas and kitchenettes or full-sized kitchens. Plus, relish the picturesque views from furnished balconies or patios. 


The 104 rooms available are furnished with tropical furniture and are full of convenient comforts, including free wi-fi, complimentary toiletries, minifridges, coffeemakers, and flat-screen TVs. Outside of your room, you’ll find several resort amenities that’ll make your stay at Copamarina a blast for you and your family. From poolside amenities, which includes beach beds and hammocks, to the Sundries Shop that has an extensive selection of bathing suits, clothing, and accessories. You can also relax and unwind at the Ni Spa or enjoy a beach and sunset cruise.


Beach and sunset cruises can take you to explore several unique locations, including Cayo Aurora, many of the beautiful coasts that Puerto Rico has to offer, and Bioluminescent Bay. You can also take advantage of their half or full-day trips to participate in sport fishing. 


Copamarina Beach Resort and Spa is located near several natural attractions, such as Gilligan’s Island, the Guanica Dry Forest, and the Parguera Bioluminescent Bay. If you prefer not to venture away from the resort, you can participate in water sports like kayaking, snorkeling, and diving or simply enjoy the peace and quiet on their private beaches. And if you’re looking for the best Puerto Rico resorts to take your kids to, Copamarina has a playground, volleyball court, and more for the little ones to enjoy.


There are a wide range of all-inclusive food and drink options available, from exquisite meal plans for the whole family to romantic wine and dinner packages designed for couples. This allows you to treat yourself to world-class eateries like Restaurante Alexandra, which boasts an extensive selection of exquisite wines. 


Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa also offers several great getaway specials to make your vacation a breeze and more affordable. You can sign up for the romance package if you want to have a romantic getaway with a loved one or you can try the Rise & Shine Breakfast Package to enjoy a top-notch meal before exploring the many beaches Puerto Rico has to offer. You can even get 25% off your original rate when you book early, thanks to the early bird special.


If you want to explore a different side of Puerto Rico, the Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa offers you a one-of-a-kind experience of the Island. 


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