Copamarina Beach Resort

Puerto Rico doesn’t have any fully all-inclusive resorts, meaning resorts where all meals, drinks, and activities like water sports are included. Dreams announced it will open a true all-inclusive resort in Puerto Rico in 2018. Until then, here are hotels and resorts that have optional all-inclusive packages or meal plans:

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Copamarina Beach Resort

Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa

Copamarina on the southern coast of Puerto Rico offers three optional meal plans – three meals a day with beer and wine at dinner; three meals a day with non-alcoholic drinks only; or a breakfast and dinner package that may be ideal for travelers exploring the island during lunch.

Gran Melia Villa with Pool

Melia Coco Beach

Melia Coco Beach offers an optional meal plan, which includes buffet breakfast, lunch at the poolside grill, a three-course dinner with two glasses of wine or beer, and unlimited non-alcoholic beverages.

El Conquistador Resort

El Conquistador Resort, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

El Conquistador Resort on the island’s east coast has one of the best all-inclusive packages because it includes entrance to the resort’s water park and access to private Palomino Island. The all-inclusive plan also includes three meals a day plus drinks in select restaurants.

Villa Cofresi Pool at Night

Villa Cofresi Hotel

Located in Rincon Beach on the west coast, Villa Cofresi offers a limited couples package with breakfast, dinner and a bottle of champagne for two.