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Food and drink - included

A positive of going all-inclusive, as opposed to self-catered, is the relaxing feeling of not having

to think about cooking, buying snacks for the kids, or getting lost in a foreign supermarket. Included in the price you can guarantee your three meals a day, and perhaps the odd ice-cream, all in the comfort of your own resort.If you have high expectations on food you may wish for a slightly more up-market resort, as the majority of low-end resorts will offer only a buffet meal. Some will have an alternative à la carte restaurant but it is likely that this will cost extra, whilst high-end places may allow you to eat in a variety of retaurants for no extra cost.drinks will most likely be included in the deal, but watch out for resorts that will try and charge extra for a branded drink, or only include alcoholic beverages at meal times.
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