What does all inclusive mean

What does all-inclusive mean for you?

When you pay up front for your all-inclusive summer holiday, what does that actually mean? Will you have to buy snacks? Is childcare included? These days the word all-inclusive means different things for different companies, here we explain what Club Med all-inclusive really means.

What are all-inclusive holidays? It's a good question and it varies from company to company. With Club Med, you can be assured that from the moment you book, the price you pay will be all-inclusive.

When you book a Club Med all-inclusive holiday, you can choose between a holiday with or without transport. If you opt to include transport, your flight and transfer will be taken care of, but you will need to get yourself to the airport in the UK.

What won't be included

Some childcare (see above) and items like nappies, toiletries, first-aid kits and medical care, plus any clothing you’ve forgotten to bring won’t be included on your holiday. Spa treatments won’t be included, unless you have booked a specific package, and any spending outside the Club Med resort is also extra. So, if you book an excursion, that will be extra, and if you fancy a stroll to the local shop for an ice cream, you’ll need some spending money.

If all-inclusive sounds like the holiday for you, why not explore some of the destinations that Club Med offers.

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