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All-Inclusive Caribbean Resorts Target Budget Conscious and Upscale Customers

Caribbean Travel News: News for travelers visiting the Caribbean: "All-inclusive Caribbean resorts make sure your glass is always full and the service is fit for a king.

This type of hotel and resort has been around for years, but its popularity among European and American guests continues to grow.

To combat a “bargain” or “low budget” image, all-inclusive resorts are offering chic décor, butler service, family activities, non-buffet meals and velvet-rope VIP areas with exclusive restaurant and pool access. But these new additions don’t necessarily indicate a price hike. Depending on the season, all-inclusive resorts may offer rates as low as $100 a person per night."

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