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  1. Reachable only by boat or seaplane, Little Palm Island Resort & Spa is a luxurious private-island getaway for couples. Thirty standalone villas feature a mix of Old Florida style and opulent decor. Bedrooms have four-poster beds and double doors opening to a private veranda with panoramic ocean views. Each villa has its own fire pit, boat dock, hammocks, an outdoor showers and hot tub for two. Wi-Fi is free, though guests are encouraged to unplug in the lush and tropical environment. Little Palm's all-inclusive package includes a welcome bottle of champagne and daily credits for spa treatments and all three meals.

  2. There's a healthy dose of vintage tropical flair at this lively St. Pete Beach property, though it's not clear whether this is always intentional. There's a lot to keep guests occupied here -- namely, the soft white-sand beach, as well as three outdoor pools, multiple restaurants, popular bars with fire pits, an iguana rehab center, game room, beach volleyball, and fitness center. The 382 rooms and suites are a blend of modern and dated looks, and some rooms come with kitchenettes and balconies with nice views of the Gulf of Mexico views. The all-inclusive package (four-night minimum) covers meals and well drinks.

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