All Inclusive Holidays
Take the stress out of booking your all inclusive holidays here at Holiday Supermarket
We've all been there. £50 sounds a bargain and it got us in the door... but then comes that moment at the till when it's all '£50 plus tax, oh, and £1 for the bread rolls and £2 for service plus ...did you use the bathroom? Great! That's another £1 and oh, oxygen, ours is different in here so that's another...' and on it goes. Are you sick of it? Shouldn't the advertised price be, well, the price?
We think so.
But, what should all inclusive include? Is there some kind of holiday supermarket where you walk in, pick up your all inclusive holiday and walk straight up to the till with no more to pay? Maybe there's an aisle, a sort of holiday supermarket all inclusive aisle where you browse, work out what you want and walk out knowing what you got. Kind of like the deli section - a tub of this, a kilo of that, three of those and mm mmm, wasn't planning on it, but two of them.
So what would you choose in the holiday supermarket all inclusive aisle? Flights, plus accommodation, an addon tour of the city centre and all breakfasts ('cos who wants to eat in the same place day in day out for lunch and dinner)? Or are you more of a let's get there and see what's what kind of person? Personally, having it all inclusive just takes the pressure off. You don't have to think, you don't have to choose, you just enjoy. In essence you've done all the thinking, dreaming, choosing back home. You've also done all the budgeting in the cold, hard light of day, rather than warm, yellow, come-hither light of a Mediterranean beach club.
Holidays should be simple. So that relaxing is the only thing you do. Not relapsing into an alcoholic coma to drown out the fact you've just paid more for breakfast than the flight.
This is especially true of those holidays in the sun. Jump on the plane, hop off somewhere warm, get to your hotel, slide your way through the cocktail menu (not included!), enjoy dinner (did you choose that in the deli?), sleep, wake up, pool, beach, lunch, dinner, do it all over again. A holiday in the sun is all about swimming pools, sun tan lotion, too many flies, that new bikini and sumptuous feasts that you've paid for back home and forgotten what it cost.
All inclusive holidays are truly relaxing. They are more fun because you've paid for it already. They are even cheaper - because you've probably taken advantage of a good deal and a discount price. They let you work out exactly what you want to spend and on what. They let you pay for it all in your currency rather than working out this divided by that. (Or is it that divided by this?) Simple, the way a holiday should be.
All inclusive? Include me in.