Going all inclusive means you can stop spending your time worrying about money and can just focus on having fun and enjoying yourself. It also means most of your meals are free and some of the activities you want to take part in will come free too. Although it will cost you more in the beginning to go all inclusive, it will save you money compared to if you paid for everything separately when you were there. In Jamaica they do some amazing resorts, some with gorgeous beach views. They also have gorgeous sunsets which you can sit and watch on a night when you’re sat by the pool. Many of the resorts also have multilingual staffs, which are very friendly and willing to help where they can if there are any problems.
A wonderful resort in Jamaica is the Gran Bahia Principe. This is a stunning Victorian style resort on the north coast of Jamaica. It has an entertainment and shopping pavilion, multiple swimming pools and an all-night karaoke bar; as well as the option of activities such as different water sports. Part of the all-inclusive deal provides you with beach towel services,, beach recliners, umbrellas, 3 meals in a la carte restaurant per week, unlimited drinks and free wifi; drinks include beers, local drinks and soft drinks.
There’s also the Half Moon resort. This resort includes restaurants, bars, a fitness centre, a pool, spa, golf course and so much more. They offer a range of exciting activities like different water sports and squash. Close by there are 6 fantastic restaurants which over a range of delicious food such as Jamaican, Indian and Italian. They also have a fantastic Equestrian centre which involves dressage, mini polo fields and show jumping. Some of the restaurants require booking beforehand and dress codes which means no shorts, denim, flip-flops or trainers in Sugar grape, II Giardino and Sugar Mill Restaurant. The dress code applies to those aged 12 and over.
Also, another fantastic one would have to be The Caves. This resort is made up of 12 handcrafted and stone cottages and suites, perched alongside cliffs; providing you with a gorgeous sunset view. Their staff offer an impeccable service. You get all inclusive dining at any Jamaican resort. Although there is no beach on the property, there are multiple access points to the ocean and they have their own saltwater swimming pool, like a mini ocean of their own. They have a spa which you can use to relax during the day. To make the holiday extra romantic you can book a private dinner in one of the Cliffside grottos.
For more information about Jamaica all inclusive resorts and for plenty of ideas of things to do visit http://www.islandcruiserjamaica.com/the-ultimate-guide-of-things-to-do-in-jamaica/