What is an All Inclusive Resort?
What is an “all-inclusive resort?”
If you haven’t been to one, you’ve most likely talked to friends, co-workers, or family members who have been to one who has told you about their experience at an “all-inclusive resort.” The term “all-inclusive” is defined as “including everything.” At an “all-inclusive resort” meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), drinks (alcoholic and soft drinks), snacks, daily activities, nightly entertainment, tips, and all hotel taxes are included during your stay.
I have frequent flyer air miles, can I use those?
Yes, “all-inclusive” refers to the meal plan at the resort. If you have air miles that you would like to use, we can provide discounted rates with transportation between the airport and the resort.
Why go all-inclusive?
With an all-inclusive resort, you can leave your wallet behind and know exactly what your vacation will cost. Staying at a resort that isn’t “all-inclusive” can lead to expensive food and bar bills at the end of your stay. A plate of French fries and a can of Pepsi are included at an all-inclusive resort. At a resort that isn’t “all-inclusive,” that same combo could cost a vacationer close to $10.
We like to try local restaurants, is “all-inclusive” still a good option for us?
Yes, absolutely. Most of the all-inclusive resorts provide restaurants on-site that feature local fare and dishes that are included in the resort’s all-inclusive plan. If you want to explore and try a restaurant off the resort, you still can but it’s nice to know that you are covered at the resort.