All included are not the same


Are you overwhelmed with what’s all-inclusive for your next vacation? You probably have done so, given the number of different properties that the all-inclusive words have in their name.

But the buyer is careful. Many resorts offer different entertainment, ranging from family to risqué. Here are some comparisons to make you aware of how wide that scope can be.

At the family level, they can be said to have a kids club and, if so, how old these clubs are. There is some section of the property that includes other entertainments like water slides, environment like park or miniature golf. Are there entertainment shows exclusively for kids? Room Occupancy – The resorts think the typical family consists of four people, but we know it’s not true. Which properties house larger families than your typical four-person family. What room services are available for children? Does the resort brand meet a specific character brand?

Adult only. At what age is someone considered an adult? Some properties consider an adult to be 16 years old while others may consider an adult to be 18 or 21. Some resorts require someone over the age of 21 or 25 to stay in the room with younger adults. Some centers do not allow spring evictions and those that typically include an insurance supplement. What kind of liquor is offered: top shelf? How many ala cart restaurants are there? Do you have to make restaurant reservations in the cart? Are there any surcharges when ordering lobster, steak and others? Do you have to wear a band that identifies you as a guest at their resort? What kind of adult entertainment is on offer? What kind of vibe is at the resort (eg foam parties, loud DJ). Is there a quiet section in this property? What VIP clubs are on offer and if so what do they include?

In addition to all these questions, some of the most important are the proximity stations to the beach. Or, this is some distance where you need to walk or take a trip to get to the beach. What amenities are offered on the beach such as chairs / towels / waiting service. Is there a VIP section that is recommended for those in this category of room where special services are offered? How big is the property? Will I have to bring a cart to get around the property? How many pools are there and how many have a pool bar? The resort is more about wellness or fun in the sun.

As you can see, the list of comparisons continues. While most resources offer complete websites, it can be difficult for all your questions to be answered. And even then, it can’t be guaranteed that all your preferences will be canceled.

It is important, then, to understand which centers are most likely to suit your preferences and how best to work with a professional travel consultant. A user who cares about keeping up with the destinations their customers are traveling to, attending trade shows, and regularly meeting with their attendant vendors in case a guest has a problem visiting the resort. Sure, you can check the internet, but are you completely convinced that the place you choose is the one that is right for you and your travel companions?

Why not use the services of someone who is not only aware of you but is aware of current events / situations and has access to these resources to help you decide which resource best meets your needs / preferences.