Following the recent news that a British couple thought that their all-inclusive holiday booking entitled them to complimentary food and drink across the whole island of Rhodes, rather than just at their hotel. A poll released today by travel extras specialist HolidayExtras.com*, reveals that almost one in five people (16 per cent) believe an all-inclusive package shouldn’t be confined to the hotel bar and restaurant.
Generally, an all-inclusive holiday consists of three meals a day with soft drinks and selected alcoholic drinks within the hotel grounds. However, it seems that the modern holidaymaker demands more. The poll indicates that the specification of an all-inclusive break should be extended to reflect the needs of holiday travellers in 2017.
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