Puerto Rico doesn’t have any fully all-inclusive resorts, meaning resorts where all meals, drinks, and activities like water sports are included. There are resorts and hotels with optional all-inclusive packages or meal plans:
Don’t Miss: Puerto Rico Adults-Only Resorts
Located in Humacao on the east coast of Puerto Rico, Wyndham Candelero Beach Resort features an adults-only infinity pool, a family pool with lazy river, and eight restaurants, including a wood-fired pizzeria. All-inclusive packages at this boutique resort include meals, drinks, taxes, tips, and parking.
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.
Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Beach Resort’s all-inclusive option includes three meals at select restaurants, unlimited cocktails, beer, and wine, a complimentary round of golf, and use of the resort’s tennis courts.
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.