All-inclusive resorts can be a good value, but often lack variety

05/13/2005 | MarketWatch

All-inclusive resorts, which are especially popular with young adults, can give travelers good value for their money, but they often lack the adventure and variety that can be found in vacations with more cultural immersion opportunities. Peter Yesawich, chairman of Yesawich, Pepperdine, Brown & Russell, says, "part of the appeal of the all-inclusive resorts is the confinement. ... The whole concept is to keep you on the property. Obviously if you're more adventurous that's not going to appeal to you."

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