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Difference between All Inclusive Light and Ultra All Inclusive

Question by Guest | 2018-02-15 at 19:30

After booking "all inclusive" in former times, you knew that all meals and drinks are included in the price and you did not have to worry about your holiday anymore.

However, it seems different nowadays. I was in the internet, looking for a trip and found a variety of names. For example, "All Inclusive Light" or "Ultra All Inclusive" or other combinations. Can someone tell me what exactly is the difference and, above all, what that means compared to a normal "all inclusive"?

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Such terms are pure marketing and if you read something like that, you should never rely on any supposed accomplishments that could be hidden behind those terms.

The idea of such word creations is to lure and attract people with the term "all inclusive" without giving a real or full "all inclusive".

I would understand that in "All Inclusive Light" less services are included compared to "Ultra All Inclusive". Which services that are exactly, you have to read in each individual case for each journey in the fine print. These words do not give any information about included things and as I know the hotels and the organizers, everyone will understand something else under these terms.
2018-02-15 at 23:01

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I have stayed at many resorts on an all-inclusive basis and the different terms usually mean that with All-inclusive light it includes a limited selection of drinks, sometimes only beer, wine and some soft drinks, sometimes only with meals. 

All-inclusive usually includes local brands of beer, wine, spirits, cocktails and soft drinks. 

The term all-inclusive plus usually includes international branded drinks such as Gorden's Gin, Smirnoff Vodka, etc, and other perks such as free entry into a la carte restaurants and the use of exclusive bars.

With all of the all-inclusive packages all food, including snacks is included.
2019-07-22 at 18:34

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