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All-inclusive stay at beachfront 4* resort in Dominican Republic for $49/person/night

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All-inclusive stay at beachfront 4* resort in Dominican Republic for $49/person/night

Enjoy your stay at the well-rated 4* Whala!Bayahibe . Boasting a seafront location, this resort features an on-site restaurant, free private parking and a garden. The rooms come with a flat-screen TV, views of the sea or garden and a private bathroom.

Free cancellation is included in the price.

Availability at advertised rates:
April – September 2021

https://www.kayak.co.uk/hotels/whalabay ... ort=rank_a

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doesn't all inclusive also include flights?
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tester85 wrote: doesn't all inclusive also include flights?
No it doesn't. It means the resort includes all meals and drinks.
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i thought the rule of thumb when travelling to central/south america is always book 5 stars? I have only done one all-inclusive to DR for a wedding, and stayed at a 4-star. Friends thought I was crazy
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Any dates available in December?
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heymanwuzup wrote: i thought the rule of thumb when travelling to central/south america is always book 5 stars? I have only done one all-inclusive to DR for a wedding, and stayed at a 4-star. Friends thought I was crazy
I've found in the service industry, you get what you pay for until a certain point. 5 star in the DR is probably a good idea, mostly due to the food. Though I haven't researched this one much nor do I have an intention of travelling until our gov finds 2 doses in a shorter than 4 month period, a quick look at some reviews say room cleanliness and food/dinner could be better.. https://www.kayak.co.uk/hotels/whalabay ... =LqCEA9cny_
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does the charge post right away? and u can cancel if u get cold feet right?
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We also went to a 4 star all inclusive. Steak all day and free room service. Maybe depends on which hotel
heymanwuzup wrote: i thought the rule of thumb when travelling to central/south america is always book 5 stars? I have only done one all-inclusive to DR for a wedding, and stayed at a 4-star. Friends thought I was crazy
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Not that great of a price once you pay for airfare + transportation to the resort. Much better places to stay with less hassle and lower prices.
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heymanwuzup wrote: i thought the rule of thumb when travelling to central/south america is always book 5 stars? I have only done one all-inclusive to DR for a wedding, and stayed at a 4-star. Friends thought I was crazy
The rule of thumb is subtract a star for all inclusive resorts in the Caribbean and subtract 2 for Cuba. For example a 5 star in the Caribbean is more like a 4 star anywhere else and a 5 star in cuba is like 3 star elsewhere.
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Not getting all-inclusive and not getting same price. Good deal if it can be found, but I'm not able to.
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Plus 2000$ for your super necessary luxury hotel and meal when you arrive back
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My retirement plan? Cheaper than owning a house (food, taxes, etc.)
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$50 per person soon becomes expensive when its a family of 4.
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invinci wrote: $50 per person soon becomes expensive when its a family of 4.
Does it really? Where else would you go on vacation for $50 per person per day including accommodations and all meals?

I am not defending the deal in any way, but something tells me you're not terribly familiar with the cost of travel and/or all-inclusives.
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invinci wrote: $50 per person soon becomes expensive when its a family of 4.
$200/day for all inclusive is quite cheap.
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Don’t forget the 2000$ stay at the quarantine hotel when you get back Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Winking Eye
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jay81k wrote: Don’t forget the 2000$ stay at the quarantine hotel when you get back Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Winking Eye
How about we just skip the trip make it a little staycation in Chateau Trudeau otherwise known as 'designated facilities'. /s

A few years back I booked a hotel so I could be closer to a conference that was already close enough, but not super convenient without separate lodging. It turned out to be a great decision, so I remain open to the concept.
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heymanwuzup wrote: i thought the rule of thumb when travelling to central/south america is always book 5 stars? I have only done one all-inclusive to DR for a wedding, and stayed at a 4-star. Friends thought I was crazy
Not really, Cuba, maybe, but rest of Central/South America you can get away with 3 or 4 stars as long as you do some research before booking.

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