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LSUalum2000
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re: All inclusive resorts
Sandals Antiqua w/ butler service.


kciDAtaE
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re: All inclusive resorts
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don't know a single person that does it for the food. Its for the booze. All you can eat food trips are called cruises.


Regardless of what you do it for (food, drinks, activities) it’s the same amount of effort to “do something” at an all-inclusive vs a standard resort. It’s not any easier or harder. Just pre-paid.


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ellishughtiger
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re: All inclusive resorts
It’s not all inclusive but the breakers in palm beach Is where you want to bring the wife for a week with no kids.


MetryMojo
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re: All inclusive resorts
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Must've flown Spirit


Southwest. The earlier you book it the better.
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JDPndahizzy
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JDP
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re: All inclusive resorts
Watch out for this buzz-kill...



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ultratiger89
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Houston, Tx
Member since Aug 2007
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re: All inclusive resorts
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Excellence Riviera in Cancun


This place is nice if you want a very laid back and secluded place. We've been quite a few times (7) to what is now Hilton Playa del Carmen. It used to be The Royal, it's adults only so no one under 18. I suggest looking for one of these types of resorts since it will be just you two and I'm sure you don't want a bunch of kids running around. Some others we've stayed at is the Riu las Americas in Cancun, Riu las Antillas in Aruba, all very nice and adults only. They serve premium liquors you just have to ask for it. We are going to the Hideaway Royalton in in Puerto Morelos in July for the first time, it looks very nice. I've heard the Valentin Riviera Maya is great as well. Most will give you the required PCR test at the resort for your re-entry into the US.
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Oilfieldbiology
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re: All inclusive resorts
It is nice to never have to worry about breaking out your wallet on a vacation though.


kciDAtaE
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re: All inclusive resorts
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It is nice to never have to worry about breaking out your wallet on a vacation though.


You mean physically or metaphorically? I always charge everything to the room and they charge the card on file when I’m done.

I’m not hating on all-inclusive, I generally wonder if I’m missing something that everyone else utilizes. I understand the finances of the situation and being on a budget is easier to accomplish when fees are all includes up front.

But I don’t understand when people say it’s easier or less hassle. Sometimes it can even be more of a hassle bc I’m trying to figure out if something was included in the “all-in” price or is this an extra charge. I have found I have a better time skipping the all-inclusive places.


longhorn22
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Member since Jan 2007
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re: All inclusive resorts
haven't been to one in over 10 years, would love to go to one.. not worry about carrying my wallet around and just let loose...

SOON...SOON..


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skewbs
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Houston
Member since Apr 2008
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re: All inclusive resorts
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I have found I have a better time skipping the all-inclusive places.


This. But I don't go on vacation to just sit at my resort 24/7 like apparently a lot of other people do.


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LanierSpots
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re: All inclusive resorts
Secrets Maroma Beach is a very nice place. Been there a few times. Top shelf alcohol and the food is excellent.

If you want to do Punta Cana, Iberostar Grand Bavaro is one of the best. Also top shelf booze and a quiet setting.

Both are adult only and easy to get too.

I did reports on both of them in the pinned thread.




Qistheman
LSU Fan
Member since Mar 2009
708 posts

re: All inclusive resorts
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Secrets Maroma Beach is a very nice place. Been there a few times


Going here in July for honeymoon. Have never been to an AI. Any tips since you’ve been several times?


dallastiger55
LSU Fan
Jennings, LA
Member since Jan 2010
20838 posts

re: All inclusive resorts
Google

Excellence Playa Mujeres

Paradisus Playa del Carmen


Do the swim up patio with the private hot tub on the patio. Food is amazing at both

You're welcome


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Doublebagger
Member since Mar 2021
76 posts

re: All inclusive resorts
Im looking into going. But i will be solo. Anyone have a mention of what would be the best place for singles?


Lawyered
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looking into going. But i will be solo. Anyone have a mention of what would be the best place for singles?


I’m here at Temptations actually now, and there’s a bunch of single people/solo people here . It’s not a bunch of old people. Decent young party crowd .

I got here yesterday so I’m still exploring the resort and all but it’s a fun atmosphere . I like it so far .


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tiger626
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NoLa
Member since Dec 2014
179 posts

re: All inclusive resorts
The all inclusive deters you from leaving the resort and exploring. If you want to pay everything up front just take a cruise with drink package.


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jkylejohnson
New Orleans Saints Fan
Alexandria
Member since Dec 2016
7688 posts

re: All inclusive resorts
Sunset at the palms. Negril Jamaica.

You can thank me later


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Shexter
Prairieville
Member since Feb 2014
8136 posts

re: All inclusive resorts
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It’s not all inclusive but the breakers in palm beach Is where you want to bring the wife for a week with no kids.


$1,500 a night
Sorry, not sorry, out of what I'm willing to spend. That's $10,500 for a week.



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G Love
LSU Fan
Denver, CO.
Member since Jan 2011
487 posts

re: All inclusive resorts
The Valentin Imperial Maya. Mexico. Everything was first class and the food was wonderful. Great beach. Really affordable, too.


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iwantacooler
Member since Aug 2017
849 posts

re: All inclusive resorts
I’ve always enjoyed Couples Swept Away.


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