All-inclusive resorts offer tremendous value when visiting the Caribbean, but what's included?
A typical all-inclusive resort will include:
All meals at the resort's buffet or sit down restaurants - It's important to find out how the sit down restaurants operate. Do you need a reservation? Is there a limit to how many reservations you can make?
Local beer and hard liquor - If you have a particular brand of beer or liquor you prefer, it's important to ask if it will be available. Many resorts source only local brands.
Your room, taxes and fees - Depending on the type of room you choose, you may receive additional benefits. For instance, concierge, club or premium rooms could give you access to special restaurants or pools.
Additional inclusions at some resorts:
Wine - Not all resorts include wine. If that's important to you, be sure to clarify if it is included in your package.
Non-motorized water sports - Kayaks, paddle boards, sailboats and snorkeling equipment may be available for use. Some resorts offer unlimited use. Others offer a set usage per day such as one hour free per day.
Meals and visits to neighboring resorts owned by the same company - Be sure to clarify if your transportation is included or if you'll be expected to pay for a taxi. Most resorts require reservations and have a limited schedule of when you are welcome at the other property.
WiFi - Be sure to clarify if it is only available in the lobby or across the property.
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Scuba Diving - Many Couples and Sandals resorts include daily dives for certified divers.
Catamaran or glass bottom boat trips - Couples resorts offer excursions as part of their all-inclusive rate.
Room Service - Room service may only be available in certain types of rooms or at certain times.
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