Hotels in Florida are usually brimming with rowdy kids here for the beach or the theme parks. Looking for a child-free oasis? These seven best adult-only hotels offer plenty of peace and quiet—plus benefits like a private island, world class spas, and high-end restaurants. From the historic coasts of St. Augustine to the clear water beaches of the Florida Keys, we’ve gathered a list of the best adult-only hotels in Florida.
Bungalows Key Largo
Just 50 miles from Miami is the Bungalows Key Largo. The resort is one of a few all-inclusive, adult-only hotels in the state. Every guest will be able to enjoy unlimited breakfast, lunch, and dinner in their bungalow or on the private beach. When you’re ready to get into the water, the resort offers snorkel gear, paddleboards, water trikes, and kayaks for all guests to enjoy.
The Standard Miami
The Standard Miami is nestled on Belle Isle, just a short drive between downtown Miami and South Beach. The resort is known for their spa, which has a mudroom and hydrotherapy area which are free for guests of the hotel to use. Rooms at the resort are bright and cheerful, much like Miami, with terraces looking over the bay or surrounding gardens. The pool and mud bath area are partially or fully nude acceptable. Restaurants at the hotels are serving up healthy Miami-inspired meals like kale salads with local produce, along with more decadent things like a fried chicken sandwich with spicy mayo and fries.
With just 16 guest room suites overlooking white sand beaches and glittering waters, Casa Morada is an escape from busy lifestyles to island life. Many of the suites look over the ocean or the spectacular gardens. The resort offers many ways to soak up vitamin D, with beach loungers, an outdoor pool, and free bicycle rentals on site. If your stay is over a Wednesday, Saturday, or Sunday you can also enjoy free yoga classes at the resort. For those looking to live the luxury lifestyle while on vacation, consider renting the Blue Mist, the resort’s private yacht which first launched in 1917.
The Hoyt House Bed and Breakfast Inn
The adults only Hoyt House Bed and Breakfast Inn is just steps away from historic downtown Fernandina Beach. The bed and breakfast has ten stunning guest rooms with an outdoor pool, lounge, library, and lobby fireplace. Exploring Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island is made easy with free bikes offered by the inn. Built in 1905, the Hoyt House still features the original hand-tiled fireplaces in many rooms. During your stay you may also book a time to take part in a traditional English tea with a full menu of tea sandwiches and snacks, tea of your choice, and specialty desserts.
Collector Inn and Luxury Gardens
Florida’s historic coast is home to the Collector Inn and Luxury Gardens in St. Augustine. The resort spans nine buildings and has 30 unique guest rooms to choose from. Each room has a distinctive feature including coquina walls, refurbished hardwood floors, and beautiful fireplaces. Just outside the rooms is a spacious courtyard, which is a nice spot for morning coffee or after dinner cocktails. The onsite bar, The Well, is serving up craft cocktails in St. Augustine’s first two-car garage, making this a cozy spot to hang out after touring the city.
Little Palm Island Resort and Spa
At Little Palm Island Resort and Spa you’ll be in total bliss without the daily distractions of a phone and tv. The resort only has one tv in the main common area and phones rarely have signals this far off the grid. Each guest will start their journey to the resort via seaplane or boat, and be transported to an island with only 30 guest rooms. The resort spa is modeled after beautiful Bali with lush greenery and calming music playing throughout. When the need for adventure strikes the resort offers sailing classes, deep sea fishing, and helicopter rides over the ocean.
National Hotel, An Adult-Only Oceanfront Resort
Miami is known for their towering hotels and sandy beaches. The National Hotel, An Adult Only-Oceanfront Resort is the wonderful adults-we only getaway. The resort is located in the heart of the Art Deco district, just minutes away from the beach and Miami nightlife. Each of the 116 rooms and 36 suites are decorated to reflect the art deco neighborhood with views of the city or the beach. The resort’s key feature is the infinity-edge pool, which is the longest in Miami beach. Tamara’s Bistro, the onsite restaurant, is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and serves up shareable plates like ceviche and avocado toast.
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