Cruises vs All-Inclusive resorts
a cruise is cheaper than an All-Inclusive Resort (upfront base price) but the difference with cruises is that they have hidden fees...
I love to go on vacation and there's all different kinds to choose from.
Today, I'd like to share my comparison of a cruise to an All-Inclusive resort. They're different in many ways.
For example a cruise is cheaper than an All-Inclusive resort (upfront base price) but the difference with cruises is that they have hidden fees that cost a lot of money at the end.
Such extra fees include: alcohol charges, soda (popcard), port charges, airport transfers to pier, housekeeping, gratuities and off-shore excursions.
Compared to an All-Inclusive resort; all meals and drinks, on resort excursions, housekeeping, transfers and gratuities are all paid for upfront. Also rooms are bigger at a resort compared to a cruise cabin.
You'll also have a short time on each island with a cruise; long lines & lots of people on a boat compared to a resort. Some people have sea sickness on boats & resorts have all-adult hotels which cruises do not.
Cruises vs All-Inclusive Resorts
all meals & drinks, on resort excursions, housekeeping, transfers & gratuities are all paid upfront.