taking a look at all inclusive holidays and resorts

taking a look at all inclusive holidays and resorts

For those looking for a holiday where everything is taken care of without creeping over budget, Tracey Strand of Tailor and Made Travel explains why all-inclusive holidays and resorts could be the way forward.

When arranging a family holiday, it is rare for everyone to want to do the same thing. One person is looking to relax whilst another is looking for an action-packed adventure and this is made even more difficult if you have children of differing ages involved.

An all-inclusive resort hotel could be the ideal solution as they offer a wide range of children’s clubs for all age groups, allowing parents to relax or pursue their own activities. You could try out something new, for example kayaking or windsurfing or brush up on a hobby like tennis or cycling. In the evening you can enjoy a family meal followed by entertainment. Club Med have a huge choice of worldwide resorts including Portugal starting at just over £800 per person.

If you are wanting to escape as a couple but still want to have the same facilities then why not enjoy an adult only resort in the Caribbean or Turkey, the same all-inclusive activities but without the kids. Once the sun goes down there is the option of enjoying entertainment, relax over dinner or enjoy sipping cocktails in the bar. Turquoise resort in Turks & Caicos is offered by Club Med from around £1400 per person.

An alternative to the activity holiday is to book an all-inclusive break, set in a more traditional hotel. The choices are endless with Bulgaria proving very especially popular with prices from just £475 per person.

Whatever your requirements there is something for everyone but all have one thing in common, leave your cash in the safe, it’s all included!

For more information on all-inclusive holidays that will create wonderful memories that will last a lifetime, contact Tracey Strand at Tailor and Made.

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