|Balearic Islands, Spain||£70|
|Canary Islands, Spain||£97|
The rise of all-inclusive holidays has been exponential since its popularity began to grow in the early 2000s. Europe has always been the biggest hotspot for these kinds of holidays, where the go-to destinations of Spain, the Canary and Balearic islands, have sustained high levels of tourists for many years. However, it is not only European countries with high-quality all-inclusive resorts readily available. Long haul destinations, from the Caribbean to Mexico, are in no way under compensated, and offer an abundance of sought after resorts for every kind of tourist.
All-inclusive holidays are perfect if you have a problem sticking to tight budgets, as once you have paid for the initial holiday, you no longer need to worry about it spending money once you’re there. All essential issues such as what to eat and which entertainment to see is sorted out for you, leaving you with the opportunity to relax in style.
All-inclusive holidays can also be a saviour for those with small children, who as most parents know, can be difficult to feed from time to time. Therefore, there is no danger of having to wander around for hours, scouring for the best restaurant everyone can agree upon. Instead, you can pick your own type of food from your hotel's extensive menus at any time of the day, which will be sure to leave everyone happy!