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    Default All Inclusive: Where to go?

    So I am going on a vacation with friends, from all different financial backgrounds, there are a few married couples and a few single people, no children. Currently we are set to go to Dreams Resort in Cancun.

    Does anybody have suggestions of All Inclusive resorts in Mexico or the Caribbean?

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    I am not a fan on the run of the mill all inclusive's. All inclusive is another term for "Hillbillies drink free".

    The food always sucks and the liquor is watered down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Club 411 View Post
    I am not a fan on the run of the mill all inclusive's. All inclusive is another term for "Hillbillies drink free".

    The food always sucks and the liquor is watered down.
    Ray, where was that amazing place you posted pictures of a few years back? It was in Cancun wasn't it?

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    I've never had the urge to go. But friends from around the country decided on one (I suggested Vegas). I'm hoping for a nice one to pop up.
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    Sad but true I have no idea why people do this have the adventure of traveling is lost by staying in the resort. Hell getting kidnapped is half the fun!
    Cancun is bad right now, Turks, Anguilla is awesome the Viceroy Residences is the business depends on the crowd and the bank roll you can get a beach front villa 4 bed room.

    Friends just got back from Hermitage Bay in Antigua said it was one of the best vacations they have taken in a while. We have began to steer away from "Resorts" Look for exclusive boutique hotels that have limited rooms no more than 30.....


    Quote Originally Posted by Club 411 View Post
    I am not a fan on the run of the mill all inclusive's. All inclusive is another term for "Hillbillies drink free".

    The food always sucks and the liquor is watered down.
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    I wouldn't call it good...but we stayed at the Grand Caribe Real in Cancun...with the specific goal of getting hammered, daily. We met our goal. They had a decent beach and a nice pool. They have a bar by the beach with swings...which we spent most of the day at.

    I agree with others about the smaller more intimate places...but when you travel with a crowd sometimes it's just easier to do all inclusive. You don't have to listen to others bitch about how much dinner cost or drinks cost or this and that. This is especially important when the people going come from different financial backgrounds. Last thing you want to do on vacation is fight about a bill like a bunch of chicks.
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    You can't go wrong with Atlantis in Nassau. One of the most amazing resorts in the world.
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    Los Cabos....

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    bring it back from the dead why dont you

    well I was in cancun couple months ago

    The Me cancun was allright
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    Quote Originally Posted by white out View Post
    So I am going on a vacation with friends, from all different financial backgrounds, there are a few married couples and a few single people, no children. Currently we are set to go to Dreams Resort in Cancun.

    Does anybody have suggestions of All Inclusive resorts in Mexico or the Caribbean?

    Thanks,
    Nick
    Best all inclusives in the Caribbean are RIU PALACE hotels, palace is their step up from 5 star. They have them in Mexico, DR, Jamaica, Bahamas (right next to Atlantis), Aruba, and other islands

    PS just don't go to a RIU 5 star in Cuba, for some reason it's crap

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