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Exclusive, All-Inclusive: New Trends in Luxury Resorts
March 19, 2009By: Alison Victor
With our current economic condition, there seems to be a movement towards high luxury at moderate prices. It also seems that more and more resorts are offering guests all-inclusive deals. Now, if you're like me, when you think of all-inclusive you think: Lousy food buffets, overcrowded beaches, rundown rooms. Thankfully, that has all been replaced with luxurious retreats, gourmet food, and deluxe accommodations. You are able to get the most for your money, and have a truly exceptional experience.

Paradisus Palma Real One great example is the Paradisus Palma Real on Bavaro Beach in the Dominican Republic. As one of the finest luxury all-inclusive resorts, Paradisus Palma Real offers everything from unlimited golf to tango lessons. You can relax at one of seven pools, and plan a time to scuba dive with the 24 hour concierge. The gourmet food options range from Japanese to French. Paradisus Palma Real exemplifies how you can do all-inclusive without compromising luxury, and make your dollar stretch. In fact, if you book now for May, you can stay at Paradisus Palma Real for just about $200 per day.


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