What’s new at All Inclusive Resorts for 2019 Part 1

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2019 will be an exciting year for those seeking something new and different. In the all inclusive world there are many exciting new builds and some rebuilds. The big question everyone is asking is Hurricane recovery in the Caribbean Region. Islands like St Thomas, St John and Antigua are still working hard on recovery. Infrastructure is almost back to normal, but several resorts elected to rebuild and may not be ready until mid to late 2019. In Puerto Rico there is a great deal of work to be done restoring electric to small communities. Some of the older well known resorts like El San Juan Hotel are being completely remodel or rebuilt. If you are considering travel to one of these areas, please take advantage of your free consultation services of a travel consultant. We can give you up to date information on conditions on a daily basis.

One exciting new resort opened in 2018 with a brand new concept. Hotel XCaret opened to the public with much fanfare, and became the first resort to offer family entertainment to 6 of the most popular Riviera Maya Mexico entertainment parks included in the resort package. Now you can get your flights, transfers, all inclusive treatment in a brand new resort and unlimited admission to such theme parks as Xcaret Park. The resort is adjacent to the park.

In Costa Rica the new Planet Hollywood Beach Resort in Guanacaste province will give a new meaning to adventure travel. Full of Hollywood memorabilia with touch screens that explain each piece. There are interactive TV’s in suites as well as all through the resort so you can get up-to-the-minute information on everything you need to know. There are eight different food and beverage venues including a Guy Fieri Burger Joint. There is a spa, splash zone for kids and a new beach. Costa Rica is where to go today for adventure travel. Zip Lines, Active Volcanoes, rainforest excursions, hot springs, excellent underwater sports and a tropical climate. All of this is in a just being discovered country that still has very few road signs.

Check back next week for part 2.

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