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An all-inclusive resort is a vacation resort that includes at a minimum lodging, three meals daily, soft drinks, most alcoholic drinks, gratuities, and possibly other services in the price. Many also offer sports and non-motorized watersports and other activities that are included in the price as well. They are often located in warmer regions of the world, particularly in Mexico and the Caribbean. The all-inclusive model originated in the French Club Med resorts, which were founded by the Belgian Gérard Blitz in 1950.Some all-inclusive resorts are designed for specific vacation interests. For example, some resorts cater to adults only, while even more specialized properties accept couples only. Other all-inclusive resorts are geared toward families, with facilities like craft centers, game rooms, and water parks to keep children of all ages entertained. All-inclusive resorts are also very popular locations for weddings and honeymoons.
1 Resorts by type
1.1 All-inclusive resort
1.2 Destination resorts
2 See also
Resorts by type
An all-inclusive resort, in addition to all the amenities of a resort, charges a fixed price that includes most or all items offered. At a minimum, most inclusive resorts include lodging, drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic), food (three meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner), indoor and outdoor activities, and entertainment for a fixed price.
They generally are called "all-inclusive destination resorts". These facilities provide food, drink, lodging, sports, fitness programs and spas, entertainment, and shopping, with the advantage that guests do not have to leave the resort after arriving.
Generally, these facilities offer a higher quality of service than if one were to stay and eat at a regular hotel. However, is not all so common in Europe as they are generally perceived as cheap and of an inferior quality experience.
^ Palmer, Kimberly (February 7, 2012). "The Financial Benefits of All-Inclusive Resorts". U.S. News & World Report.
^ Garrett Nagle (1999). Tourism, Leisure and Recreation. Nelson Thornes. ISBN 0-17-444705-1.
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