Fuss-free family holidays
More families than ever before are going for the All Inclusive option when they go abroad. And it’s really easy to see why.
At a glance
- All Inclusive holidays can be great value for money
- Generally flights, accommodation, food & drink and entertainment are included in the overall price
- They often include activities and kids clubs so you'll get some time to top up your tan
Why pick All Inclusive?
With everything from food and drink to flights and entertainment included in the overall price, this type of holiday is a fuss-free, great value way to spend a summer holiday or a well-earned winter break.
And there’s more reasons why these holidays work out so great.
Great value for money
Going All Inclusive can save you loads of money, especially if you’re thinking about taking the kids to a country where the cost of living is expensive. It‘s also a lot easier to budget, in that you’ll have paid for the bulk of your trip before you even step on the plane.
You’ll probably want to take a bit of cash with you for souvenirs and any extra activities you might want to try out, but the likelihood is you’ll barely reach for a purse or wallet the whole time you’re away.
The great thing about All Inclusive hotels is that lots of them have activities, sports and entertainment included with everything else. And that also applies kids’ clubs, meaning you can take some well-deserved time out at the spa or on the beach, while specially trained staff keep your little ones occupied for a few hours.
The same goes for after-dinner entertainment. With mini discos and games now on most hotels’ night-time agendas, you can sit back and enjoy a cocktail while they run riot with new friends.
They’re ATOL protected
Booking an All Inclusive holiday means you’ll have what’s known as ATOL protection. This means that if your travel company went bust before you went, or during, your holiday, you wouldn't be left stranded or lose any money.
This is a protection you don’t get with a DIY break where you book flights and accommodation separately.
Chat to other mums in the Bounty Community to find out which All Inclusive resorts they recommend (and which to avoid!)