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Spurred by economic factors and shifting guest expectations, the all-inclusive resort segment is rapidly expanding with more luxury product, local travel experiences, and age-delineated services targeting a wider range of international consumer demographics.
The all-inclusive resort experience throughout the Americas and a growing selection of resort destinations worldwide has evolved significantly over the last 15 years. Once considered primarily a hospitality segment catering mostly to budget travelers, the major all-inclusive resort brands today have developed a sophisticated guest experience and wide spectrum of resort amenities and services catering to multiple consumer types within a single property.
The one constant from the beginning is value. The all-in-one pricing model remains a powerful draw for all-inclusive travelers who appreciate knowing the entire cost upfront, save for ancillary charges for add-ons such as special F&B, spa, shopping, sporting and offsite experiences. With air, land transfers, lodging, all F&B, select activities, taxes and tips included in the rate, many travelers deposit their wallets in the room safe and never take it out until it’s time to depart.
The report examines:
- How all-inclusive resorts have evolved since its inception to now.
- How the rise of millennials, health and wellness tourism, and volunteer tourism is sparking change in the industry.
- Key growth strategies and insights into the future of content marketing and social media for all-inclusive resorts.
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