Sales of All Inclusive holidays accounted for 25% of all holiday bookings made in January according to the latest research. The figures prove that people are budgeting during the recession. The All Inclusive holiday has been popular for many years.
The idea started in the Caribbean and has since spread to many other popular holiday destinations.An All Inclusive holiday will normally include breakfast, lunch and dinner in the evening, as well as all drinks including locally produced alcoholic drinks. Some hotels even include activities such as non-motorized water sports and other daytime and evening entertainment.
Whilst we agree that this type of holiday is great for budgeting, as you know in advance how much you are likely to spend, some All Inclusive hotels can be isolated making it difficult to explore the local area. Also, we find that the quality of the All Inclusive product offered by some hotels may not match your full expectations when you arrive. In other words, some destinations are better than others.Spain has always been pretty good as far as food quality is concerned.
The Caribbean, of course, is excellent, but you need to choose your hotel carefully as far as Greece and Turkey are concerned.As far as holiday destinations are concerned All Inclusive holidays to Turkey and All Inclusive holidays to Egypt are our most popular at the moment.
For more information about booking an All Inclusive holiday call us on 0845 2994450.