Destination Bliss Volume 3 - Page 66

Here are some additional factors to consider: DINING This is where you can truly tell the difference between resorts. Most offer a buffet for all meals and sit-down restaurants or specialty dining experiences for dinner. Quantity doesn’t always mean quality, so forget about the number of restaurants and focus on the variety and style of food. How many restaurants are buffet vs. a la carte? What style of food is offered? Are reservations required? Is there a dress code? SPA Spa treatments are almost always an additional cost, but the size and style of spa facilities vary significantly. If the idea of a relaxing day of pampering at the spa is on your agenda, it is good to know the options, the treatments and the size of the facility in advance so you can plan accordingly. Photo by The Story Photography OFF-SITE EXCURSIONS Do you want to spend your days relaxing at the beach in a pool-side cabana, or would you prefer exciting off-site excursions like cultural village visits or sunset cruises? Be sure to check out the resort’s offerings to ens ure you have the choice to leave for more cultural immersion. CALL OUR AGENCY to help you choose the right all-inclusive