There are plenty of ways to enjoy a holiday. You can book a budget-friendly apartment or a private villa and whip up a storm in the kitchen every night, making the most of fresh local ingredients and trying your hand at the regional specialities. Or you could opt for a friendly B&B and enjoy a tasty breakfast every morning, followed by a picnic while you're out exploring and a restaurant meal at night. Or you could opt for a hotel, and take your pick from one of many different dining options on offer.
All inclusive is a dining option that's becoming increasingly popular for holidaymakers, and it's not hard to see why. With the cost of living on the rise and salaries being squeezed, many holidaymakers are budget-conscious and want to try to limit how much they spend once they're in the resort. So all inclusive is a great way to do it - whether you're on a package break with the likes of Thomas Cook holidays, or you've booked with the hotel direct.
In case you're not already aware, all inclusive usually means that all of your meals, snacks and drinks are included in the cost of your booking. It's ideal for those that spend most of their time in or near the hotel complex during their holiday, and is especially useful for families. Just think - all of those meals out, ice creams, snacks and soft drinks that you buy during the day can quickly add up, so all inclusive is often a great way to save money on the cost of your holiday.
If you've got all inclusive holidays 2013 on the agenda for this summer, you'll find plenty of those across the many different tour operators and hoteliers in your preferred destination. It's just a matter of picking your favourite.
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