Traveling with the family or a large group this summer can be costly. With rising gas prices and inflation, buying a plane ticket for more than four people can cost an arm and a leg. That’s why it’s best to look into all-inclusive hotels this summer.
If you’re unfamiliar with the all-inclusive concept, it’s a flat rate you pay at a hotel, and you get things like food and beverages all included in your stay.
Many all-inclusive hotels have almost theme-park-level amenities, so you’ll get most of your buck when there.
Occasional downsides of all-inclusives include heavy partying, which can get overwhelming if you’re not part of the post-college crowd.
That’s why it is important to select the right all-inclusive this summer. It varies on what kind of traveler you are, but getting the right one can make for a great vacation.
Europe is becoming one of the most visited destinations this season, and more all-inclusive are popping up. Take advantage of these offerings, but please remember to check out the rest of the country you’re visiting. People in all-inclusives often get stuck at the hotel and miss out on fun adventures.
These are the top seven destinations in Europe that offer all-inclusive resorts:
This ritzy part of coastal Spain is known for having some of the best shopping and nightlife in the Iberian Peninsula.
Hotels like Club Med Magna Marbella are revisiting the idea of an all-inclusive and turning it into luxury. The hotel offers two restaurants and four bars focusing on local food from the region.
Spots like Meliá Marbella Banús offer possible rates for excellent amenities. If you’re visiting Spain this summer, check out this area.
Located on the island of Cyprus, which is a destination all on its own, Bafra is known as a vacation spot. This area has tons of luxury and regular hotels, and you’re bound to get a good one no matter where you go.
The Limak Cyprus Deluxe Hotel has reasonable rates for being such an incredible property.
Being in the French Alps is cool enough, but staying at one of the oldest all-inclusive hotels is even better.
The Arcs Extreme by Club Med offers all-inclusive ski packages, and if you’ve ever been skiing, you know how expensive it can get.
These packages range in capacity, but it’s definitely worth a gander.
The TRS Ibiza Hotel is a fantastic new island property with affordable options for many travelers. The hotel sits by a beach with many pools and bars where you can enjoy some time away.
It’s also a great place to meet people since most travelers there are indulging in the all-inclusive aspects of the property.
Other great affordable options include the beachside Hotel Vibra Algarb.
Limone Sul Garda, Italy
Located on Lago di Garda, Limone sul Garda is a majestic historic town in Italy’s Northern region.
The city was once known for producing lemons, which can still be found in many gastronomical options. This place has an excellent pool facing the lake.
Resorts like Hotel Leonardo Da Vinci offer all-inclusive options.
Rhodes is the largest Dodecanese Greek island, with tons of history behind it. It was captured by the knights of the Crusades at one point and then by the Ottomans.
No matter which hotel you select, you’ll get access to the blue waters Greece is known for having on its islands.
Located in Andalucia, Málaga is a famous cruise port stop on Spain’s southern coast. It lies on the Costa del Sol, a renowned area in Andalucia for travelers.
Most of the options in this destination are tremendous and offer great amenities.
If you’re traveling to Europe this season, consider looking at an all-inclusive. Not only will you save money and time while traveling, but you’ll also stay at extraordinary properties built for every type of traveler.
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