How to Make the Most of Your All-Inclusive Resort

6. Travel in the off season

Traveling during the off season is good advice whether you’re staying at an all-inclusive resort or not. It might not be so easy to do it sometimes, especially around school holidays, but if you manage to do it, you’ll have a cheaper and less stressful trip.

A fully-booked resort during peak season is probably similar to a never-ending nightmare. Restaurants are full, activities are brimming with people, there’s no space for peace and quiet, and worst of all, you know you’re paying a premium price for the experience.

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7. Spend time researching your hotel

If you’re looking to have an incredible and rewarding stay at your resort, it’s crucial that you do your research. Imagine going back home after your trip and finding out you missed some exciting entertainment because you didn’t know about it?

The best course of action is to devour all the information you possibly can. You may discover the resort offers watersports activities such as standup paddle boards or snorkeling, or that there’s a cool bar, which serves exotic cocktails. The point is that these resorts are so big, it’s easy to miss out on things, just because you didn’t know about them in the first place.

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8. Try to book as a group

Another easy way to get some awesome discounts is to book as a group. Even if you’re going with a group of friends who would rather pay separately, it’s still a good idea to choose one member to do all the booking, so you can rack up all the benefits.

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The same goes for any excursions or activities the group decides to go together. It might be worth it to talk to your friends and family and figure out all these activities, so you can book them as a group and pay a cheaper price.

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