How to Choose Your All-Inclusive Vacation

Released on: February 14, 2008, 2:10 pm

Press Release Author: Jonathan Hunt

Industry: Entertainment

Press Release Summary: All-Inclusive vacations are an increasing trend in tourism,
removing many of the pressures of traditional planning.

Press Release Body: PUNTA CANA, Dominican Republic, February 14, 2008- All-Inclusive
vacations are an increasing trend in tourism, removing many of the pressures of
traditional planning. \"You don\'t have to think for a full week,\" says Canadian
Graphic designer, Joel Rostein, \"You don\'t have to worry about dinner or what you\'re
going to do during the day.\"

Generally, an All-Inclusive will handle every aspect, relevant to a traditional
vacation. This includes air and land travel, room, and food. Plane flights are
typically chartered, available either early in the day or later in the evening.

It is advised to inspect your room upon arrival because it is the starting point of
your vacation. \"Try everything in the room right away,\" says Pat Barry of Rainbow
High Vacations, \"If there is anything wrong, go immediately to the front desk.
Chances are, there are rooms that haven\'t been filled. At Paradisus Palma Real, the
All-Inclusive Royal Service suites lack these issues and feature Oceanside views and
the amenities that define Caribbean elegance.

Food, often an integral part of any vacation, is provided in various options unique
to different All-Inclusives. A buffet is commonplace at breakfast; however, lunch
and dinner should open other possibilities. Choose an All-Inclusive that offers a
number of dining options. Eating out is another possibility and leads to variety
and exploration beyond the resort. Some resorts will offer an eclectic array of
cuisines. Seven unique restaurants populate Paradisus Palma Real, including Asian
fusion, Mediterranean, American, and Mexican.

Choosing the right resort goes beyond their All-Inclusive packages; location should
play a factor. \"People can get really bored if it\'s really secluded,\" Barry says.
Choosing a resort of relevant distance to popular attractions or activities can
serve as a safety-net for monotony. If you are an All-Inclusive novice, by
following these basic guidelines you can achieve the most from your next vacation.

About Paradisus Palma Real:

Paradisus Palma Real is located in the Dominican Republic and is a member of Sol
Meli, the proprietor of 350 resorts spanning 30 countries in 4 continents.
Paradisus Palma Real's website,, was recently redesigned
to better represent the resort itself and to showcase its every amenity; from their
white sand beaches, to their attentive concierge, to their world-class cuisines;
offering an all-inclusive resort experience. Paradisus Palma Real can be contacted
at 1-866-43-MELIA or on the web at

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