Vacation planning can be stressful, which defeats the purpose of taking a break from work and home obligations. Booking your flight and hotel through a travel agent can help you avoid a logistical headache, but for a completely stress-free vacation experience, consider booking a trip at an all-inclusive resort. Besides the mental benefits, all-inclusive vacations also bring financial benefits, including:
All-inclusive means just that: every meal, every incidental charge, every activity and luxury is included in the up-front price. You don’t have to worry about using cash or cards to pay for individual meals or activities, because you paid for everything before you arrived. There are no hidden costs and no unexpected expenses.
Prudent travelers often wish to plan out the expenses for their vacations well in advance of the trip. If you attempt to do everything “a la carte,” you have less control over how much you ultimately spend. Local transportation, meals, and day-to-day activities can easily wind up costing more than you predicted. When you book an all-inclusive vacation, however, you know exactly how much you will be spending before you even start to pack for your trip.
When you go on a trip that is not all-inclusive, it’s easy to exceed your budget. A drink here, a mid-day snack there, and suddenly you’ve got more on your credit card than you had planned. All-inclusive vacations help you avoid this; since you’ve already paid for everything, you can have that second cocktail or order dessert without worrying about spending more than you meant to.
At Brentwood Travel, we have a wide variety of all-inclusive packages available. To plan your perfect stress-free vacation, call us today (314) 439-5700 to speak with one of our friendly travel agents. Whether you’re looking for a domestic weekend getaway or a long tropical holiday, we’ll make sure you enjoy every minute of your vacation.
Brentwood Travel Vacation Experts
Serving Greater St. Louis since 1957, we specialize in cruises, all-inclusive vacations, tour packages, honeymoons, and group travel.