Once the very definition of a budget vacation, all-inclusive resorts have evolved away from the stereotype of buffet dining, no-name drinks and cheesy entertainment.

Popular in the Caribbean and Mexico, these “pay one price” resorts are popular with travelers who need to know exactly how much their trip is going to cost in advance.

All-inclusive plans vary somewhat from resort to resort, but generally speaking, you’ll pay a fixed price for your room, food, drinks, entertainment and activities.

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By Bob Curley

July 27, 2017

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