An all-inclusive resort package includes at least three meals daily, beverages, most alcoholic drinks, gratuities and other services in the price. Many packages also include sports, nonmotorized watersports and other activities such as snorkeling and golf. All-inclusive resorts are often located in warmer regions of the world, particularly in the Caribbean.




Some all-inclusive resorts are designed for specific vacation interests. For example, certain resorts cater to adults or couples only. Other all-inclusive resorts are geared toward families, with facilities like children centers, game rooms and water parks (including a surf simulator!) to keep children of all ages entertained. All-inclusive resorts are also very popular locations for destination weddings.


When choosing which resort is best for you, there are many factors to consider, including flight arrangements and seasonal concerns. With hundreds of destinations and thousands of resort options, using an expert is the best way to go. Would a honeymoon couple really want to be in the middle of a spring break party? After a four-hour flight would you want to travel another hour to get to your resort?


Q: What is the difference between an all-inclusive resort and an all-inclusive plan?
A: All-inclusive resorts provide vacations where the cost of the room includes all your meals, beverages, taxes and tips, and on-site activities, which vary by resort. Some traditional resorts and hotels feature all-inclusive plans – an option that includes meals, drinks, and taxes in the room price. Some of these plans also include activities, which vary by resort.
Q: How much cash should I carry?
A: Most meals, beverages, activities, and gratuities are covered in the cost of an all-inclusive resort. We recommend that you take credit cards and adequate cash for gifts and activities outside the resort, and be sure to check each resort for the specific details of what’s included.
Q: Are all-inclusive resorts kid-friendly?
A: Many are – it depends on the resort. Beaches and Dreams resorts are designed for families, while Sandals resorts are aimed at couples looking for romantic settings.


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