Although each resort is unique, all-inclusive resorts typically feature the following:
Snacks, breakfast, lunch, supper, and soft drinks
a few amusements and activities
Even though the label is “all-inclusive,” not everything is covered. As previously said, spa treatments, golfing, water sports, and other excursions could be more expensive, depending on the resort. The price of alcoholic beverages may also be higher. Some alternatives might provide transportation to and from the airport for no additional charge, while others might charge a fee. Sometimes the all-inclusive price includes tips and gratuities. But once more, every resort is unique. When choosing to book a package at a specific resort, visitors and event professionals must ensure they know what they are getting.
What types of visitors do they often draw?
In the past, all-inclusive resorts drew budget-conscious travelers, families with young children, and those seeking exciting on-site nighttime events. According to a Hospitality Net article, there has been a change in the type of guests preferring to stay at all-inclusive resorts in recent years. Millennials make all-inclusive resorts one of their top choices for destination weddings and honeymoons, along with multigenerational families, thrill-seekers, health-and-wellness enthusiasts, luxury tourists, and others.
All-inclusive resorts are popular with lone travelers, business incentive trips, couples, families, and other large groups. However, with these new visitor personalities, resorts now have the chance and incentive to modernize their services. Here are some techniques to do it:
To draw “foodies” interested in fine dining experiences, raise the caliber of restaurants and the food they provide.
Offer a tier of suites with upgraded features for tourists interested in luxuries, such as access to private lounges, spa services, and butler support.
Offer wellness tourists guided meditations, yoga lessons, and nutrition talks.
Offer family-friendly activities that span generations, such as private boat tours or watersports.
For those who prefer adventure, organize your own tours and excursions around the resort.