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All inclusive?

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All inclusive?

Are there any All-inclusive hotel/resorts in the area? I am thinking of Honeymooning there. Please advise!

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1. Re: All inclusive?

There are no beach all inclusive resorts in FL. There is a hotel on St. Pete Beach that offers an all inclusive option, but it is not exclusively an all inclusive resort... sirata.com/st-petersburg-packages/index.cfm

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2. Re: All inclusive?

Thank you. Any others that may have that same option?

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3. Re: All inclusive?

Hi, congrats on your upcoming wedding!

The Sirata is the only one in this area. The only other AI that I know of in Florida is a Club Med in Port Saint Lucie on the Atlantic coast. That kind of resort is far more popular in Mexico and on many of the Caribbean islands.

There are some lovely FL beach resorts that would put you within walking distance and/or trolley ride of many different restaurants, bars, entertainment options, etc., so you could enjoy yourselves without a lot of travelling around, but still enjoy a wider variety of experiences, off the grounds of a single hotel. If that possibility sounds interesting to you, just let us know and we can make suggestions.

If not, I suggest looking at the AI's in Negril, Jamaica!

Good luck :-)

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4. Re: All inclusive?

Now I am feeling a little overwhelmed. What are some nice options to stay that wont "break the bank" near the beach and not to far from some good restuarants.

Any help would be awesome!

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5. Re: All inclusive?

On Clearwater Beach, you can walk to a great variety of restaurants, beachy bars, shops, and activities from just about any hotel. Nightly sunset celebration at Pier 60, a variety of local cruises, and a great beach.

http://www.seascreamer.com/

http://www.thetropicsboattours.com/

http://www.littletoot.us/

http://www.calypsoqueen.com/

http://www.cmaquarium.org/

http://www.sunsetsatpier60.com/

http://www.palmpavilion.com/

http://www.johnspass.com/

http://www.frenchysonline.com/

http://www.cooters.com/

http://www.crabbybills.com/BW.html

http://www.crabbybills.com/Clrwtr.html

http://www.starlitecruises.com/

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6. Re: All inclusive?

Where is a good place to stay in clearwater that wont break the bank

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7. Re: All inclusive?

I would choose the Holiday Inn Gulfview. It's not directly on the beach, but only a couple minute walk. It is waterfront, with private balconies.

A little Le$$ still, is a Red Roof Inn, and Travelodge. These are just across the street from the beach, still with beach views.

Walk to a great variety of restaurants, the pier, shops, bars, and activities from any of these, and, from just about any hotel on the beach.

The Hilton is directly on the main beach, right next to Pier 60, and the location really can't be beat. But, it would break my bank. But if it's in your budget, would be the first recomendation.

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