It is a condition of
us agreeing to make travel arrangements for you that you agree to the
following release and waiver:
All Inclusive World d/b/a Cancun All Inclusive.com, a division of Brooker Holdings, Inc. uses
its best efforts to make travel arrangements with airlines, hotels and
other parties. Although we take all reasonable care in selecting
suppliers, All Inclusive World has no control over those suppliers
and cannot be held responsible for their actions, omissions, or
All Inclusive World makes no warranties with
respect to the accommodation, transportation or other travel
arrangements made by it. Your instructions to us to make travel
arrangements on your behalf constitutes your agreement that
All Inclusive World and Brooker Holdings, Inc., its principals,
directors and employees (collectively “All
Inclusive World”) are
not responsible for any claims, damages, actions, costs, injury
(whether physical or mental) expenses or demands (collectively the
“claims”) that may arise during the course of your holiday or travel,
even if such claim may have been contributed to or occasioned by
All Inclusive World or any of them.
do we make a reservation through All Inclusive World?
To make a reservation
at the all-inclusive resort of your choice, you can:
*call toll free 1-877-890-3663
*fax to 1-772-337-3798 or
*email to email@example.com.
Information needed *Resort you would like to stay at
*Name to book room reservation
*Number of people in each
*Age of children, if applicable
*Fax number or email address
to fax or email your credit card authorization form to you.
*Mailing address so we know
where to send your letter of confirmation once payment has been received
It is a
condition of us agreeing to make travel arrangements for you that you agree to
the following release and waiver:
All Inclusive World, d/b/a Cancun All Inclusive.com, a division of Brooker Holdings, Inc. uses its best
efforts to make travel arrangements with airlines, hotels and other parties.
Although we take all reasonable care in selecting suppliers,
All Inclusive World has no control over those suppliers and cannot be held
responsible for their actions, omissions, or negligence.
All Inclusive World makes no warranties with respect to the accommodation,
transportation or other travel arrangements made by it. Your instructions to us
to make travel arrangements on your behalf constitutes your agreement that
All Inclusive World and Brooker Holdings, Inc., its principals, directors
and employees (collectively “All Inclusive World”) are not responsible for
any claims, damages, actions, costs, injury (whether physical or mental)
expenses or demands (collectively the “claims”) that may arise during the course
of your holiday or travel, even if such claim may have been contributed to or
occasioned by All Inclusive World or any of them.
your all-inclusive accommodation reservation has been made, we will either fax or email you a credit card
authorization form or a cashier's check authorization form. The
information on this form will include your reservation number, the amount owing, the name the room is held under, the number of
persons in the room and your check in and check out dates.
Payment can be made by completing the credit card information (we
accept MasterCard, Amex and Visa or Discover - some exceptions apply) and faxing it back to the number on the form
or by attaching a cashier’s check made out to: All Inclusive World to
the form and mailing it back to the given address.
Once your payment is received, we will forward you a Hotel Confirmation
Letter, by mail, email or fax, which is your proof of purchase when you check
For all resorts: If you are departing
right away, we would fax or email your letter of confirmation. All other
resorts have the right to cancel any reservations that haven't been paid in
full prior to your arrival.
All Resorts: There is a $50.00 per person deposit due within 24 - 48
hours of making the reservation, and under normal circumstances the balance is
due in full no later than 45 days prior to your vacation date. There are
exceptions to when the balance is due when the resorts offer promotions known
as early booking bonus' (EBB). This is when the resort offers discounted
rates for future travel based on receiving the payment early and not just the
reservations being held. When making the reservation one of our agents
will explain to you at that time when the balance is due for your reservation
and send it to you in writing as well.
in advance do we have to make reservations?
Most resorts will take
last minute bookings provided there is availability and we are able to contact
the booking office (they are not open weekends or holidays).
All resorts have restrictions on last minute bookings during peak
periods such as Christmas and Spring (Jan. – Apr.).
Although last minute booking are still possible based on availability,
we recommend that during these very popular travel periods reservations are
made at least 21 days in advance.
Please note that due to the popularity of Cancun over the last few years,
we recommend booking sooner, rather than later.
is the cancellation policy for the accommodation?
For the resort’s cancellation policies,
please see the rate page of your resort choice.
All cancellations are subject to a $100.00 non-refundable administration
Once your payment has been
received and processed, we email you your e-travel documents, which
is your proof of purchase when you check in. If you have booked from
overseas, then we will either email you your e-travel documents.
The documents have your names, your travel dates, your reservation confirmation
number as well as the direct dial phone number
for the all-inclusive resort you are staying at.
In general, all room reservations are made with each resort as
“run-of-the-house” bookings, meaning based on availability when you arrive at
the resort. We’re able to “request” any specific room type and location that
you would like, such as King Bed, Non-Smoking, Ocean Front etc., and the
resorts always make a diligent effort to match the request, but it can not be
guaranteed. Some resorts offer upgrades to certain room “types” such as Jr.
Suites or Ocean View rooms etc. for an additional surcharge; however no resort
can/will guarantee the exact room. Payment of the additional surcharge
guarantees the style of room, but not necessarily it’s location within the
resort. Many resorts along the Riviera Maya are offered as two resorts
sitting side by side, with separate lobbies and facilities. Unfortunately,
although we can request it, even upgraded room types offered for an additional
surcharge can not be guaranteed to be on one side or the other. We include
your “room request” on your confirmation letter, which you produce upon
checking in, as additional proof of the type of room you’ve requested.
What do the different
occupancies mean? Will any
resorts accommodate five in the same room?
The different occupancies such as single, double, triple and quadruple
refers to the number of adults staying in one room. For example, if
there are 2 adults in one room, then you would go by the double occupancy
room. If there were 2 adults, and 2 children (according to the resort
child age), then the rate would be double occupancy plus 2 children.
There are some resorts that have built special rooms that will accommodate
a family of 5, most are called some form of "family" room where they may have
bunk beds and a trundle bed or it could be 2 guaranteed adjoining rooms.
The resorts that offer the guaranteed adjoining rooms have not set up these
rooms to have ocean views so in Cancun if the resort offers only ocean view
then you would be getting ocean view rooms but if the resort offers both
lagoon and ocean views the family rooms are facing the lagoon. On the
Riviera Maya these resorts are all garden view rooms.
Most of the resorts have a standard run-of-the-house room, which are
furnished with either 2 double beds, or 1 king size bed. For more
information on room types, please click on the link "Room Amenities" under the
specific resort that you are interested in to see what kind of rooms are
available. Once you see the different room categories for your resort
choice, if you click on the "All-inclusive Rates" link, you will see the price
difference between the different room categories. If there are no price
differences, then chances are the resort just has the run-of-the-house rooms.
If you need airfare from
any major city in the United States, we have very competitive rates.
If you live in any other country, you are going to find your best fares
Information needed: *Departure city
*Dates of travel
*Number of people in your
*Ages of children if applicable.
A child under 2 years can fly free as a lap baby. If you want a seat
for your child under 2 years, then you would have to purchase a ticket.
Sometimes, but not always, airlines will have a child fare which applies
to children 11 and under.
*Are you flexible with your
dates? E.g. you specify a Saturday to Saturday travel, but are you
able to go Friday to Friday, or Sunday to Sunday? During extremely
busy periods such as Thanksgiving, President's Day, and Memorial Day, what
is the earliest you can leave, and the latest you can come home.
If we have found a flight
itinerary and rate that you are happy with, and you want to book, here
Information needed: *Full legal names as they appear on your travel documents. (Valid
*Your all-inclusive resort choice
so we can make your reservation.
*Your mailing address so
we know where to send your confirmation letter.
address, so we can email the credit card authorization forms to
*Your phone number.
Your credit card number, expiry date, billing address, and CVV number as payment for airfare is usually due at the time of booking
Once you have reviewed the information that we quoted you and you're happy
with the itinerary then we need all of the information if it is scheduled air
then for the package the deposit will consist of full airfare plus $50.00 per
person toward the room and the balance is due in full no later than 45 days
prior to your vacation date.
If the itinerary is bulk airfare (contracted airfare not available to the
public), then the deposit is usually $200.00 per person with the balance due in
full no later than 45 days prior to your vacation dates.
If the itinerary is a charter flight then the deposit is usually $200.00 per
person with the balance due in full no later than 45 days prior to your vacation
If you are booking a scheduled flight with a major airline then payment is
due at the time of booking. If we book your flights on a charter or value
flight, then you usually have a couple of days before the payment is due.
If the flight you purchased
is on a Major Airline, then you should receive your airline tickets no
later than 10 business days after your payment has been received. The
flight department will send them directly to your address. One
scenario where you won't get your tickets right away is if there are a
few of you traveling together, and you are all paying for your airfare
separately, but you are all booked under the same record locator, then
you will not receive your tickets until everyone under that record locator
Charter policy is that they
do not issue their tickets until 2 weeks prior to your departure date.
They courier the tickets to our flight department where the tickets are
inspected to ensure all information is correct, then they are sent on via
courier to you, so you should expect the tickets within 10 days of departure.
airline tickets arrived today, but they are just passenger receipts?
I received my charter tickets,
but they don't look like regular tickets?
Airlines no longer send out the carbon tickets, they all send e-tickets which
is just a couple of pieces of paper and are considered your passenger receipt.
The airlines don't usually ask to see your e-tickets when you check in any more
either; they usually just ask for your last name and you picture ID, which is a
passport for all International travel. Charter companies
are ticketless, so when you get your airline tickets it is actually more
like a voucher, but that is the real thing.
Airline tickets are always
non-refundable unless you pay full fare.
If you book your flight on a major airline for a scheduled flight, your
tickets are non-refundable, but you can use the tickets for up to one year
from the date of issue for a $100.00 per ticket administration fee, as well as
any changes in the fare. These tickets
are non-transferable, meaning that you can not do a name change on a ticket.
If you book your flight on a charter flight, then you have the option of
purchasing additional insurance through the charter company who chartered the
flight. There is no set rate for charters, as they all have their own policies,
but be sure to ask about cancellation insurance, because it must be purchased
with the ticket.
We do sell cancellation
/ trip interruption insurance, it is something that you have the option
to purchase, and it isn't a bad idea, because these insurance policies
cover cancellation, trip interruption even due to inclement weather, baggage
loss, baggage delay, trip delay (meaning that you can each have a place
to stay if you are stranded in an airport somewhere, and additional
medical coverage as well. For trip insurance, it is a good idea to
check with your credit card company to see if and what they offer in the
form of insurance if/or you use that card.
Travel Guard is a full coverage
insurance plan, and you can find the information on what they have to offer
is a good idea to read what they offer, as well as what the exceptions
Airfare is not included,
but we offer excellent rates on major Airlines and Charter flights through our
flight department, departing from your city, or the city nearest you,
to help complete your affordable all-inclusive vacation.
This is applicable to the United States only. If you live in a different
country, you are going to find your best fares locally. If you do
not purchase airfare through our company, All Inclusive World, it
does not affect the rate for your all-inclusive accommodation. Charter
flights only depart from major cities, but offer excellent fares, which
depart Friday to Friday, Saturday to Saturday, or Sunday to Sunday.
Charter flights are available for 7 or 14 night stays. Charter
flights do not have different schedules to choose from. They have
one flight that goes from point A to point B, and back again. They
have one time slot for a take off and landing for that day.
checked with the airline, and why are we not on their passenger list?
If you booked on a scheduled
flight with a major carrier, we have supplied you with your record locator
number, and when you call to verify with the airline you will show in their
system. If you booked a charter flight, and the charter company chartered
a plane from North West, Ryan International or some other airline, you will not be
on a passenger list with the airline, because it is not their regular flights,
it is a plane that has been chartered which happens to be owned by the
airlines. If you happen to be on a charter, where the charter company
has purchased a block of seats on a scheduled flight, you will still not
be on the airlines passenger list until 3 days prior to your departure
date. In any case, we have provided you with a record locator with
the charter company, and they do have you on the list. This is their
I heard there was
a new law passed in Mexico regarding how much money in US dollars we could
exchange or spend at a time, can you tell me more about this?
Mexican Government passed a new law, which went into effect in Mexico on
September 14, 2010 and the reason for this new law is to try to get control over
Starting September 14, 2010 the use of CASH American Dollars to make purchases
in Mexico will not be as free as it has been in the past.
Many repeat guests to Mexico who have become accustomed to using American
Dollars CASH in Mexico as though they were effectively in the United States will
notice the difference. Other payment methods such as Credit Cards of all types
and all issuing banks, Travelers Check’s, Mexican Pesos and non American Dollars
foreign currencies in cash (example Euros or Canadian Dollars) are not affected
in any way by this new law.
The most noticeable differences to All Inclusive World's customers will be:
1.Hotels and Exchange Booths will only be able to change a maximum of $1,500 USD
CASH per person per month into Mexican Pesos. Previously there was no limit.
2.Businesses in Mexico will only be able to accept a maximum of $100 USD CASH
per transaction - but the number of transactions per customer is not restricted.
3.Certain businesses may not be able to, or may choose not to accept American
Dollars CASH for any purchase at all (this may include shops etc)
If a customer wants to purchase an excursion (for example) that costs $139 US
dollars per person, he/she will only be able to pay $100 USD of this amount in
USD CASH and the remainder will need to be in another form of payment (credit
card, Mexican Pesos cash, etc).
Vacationers should never carry large amounts of American Dollars cash with them
to Mexico, but instead they should consider either using a Credit Card, taking
Mexican Pesos cash, taking Travelers Check’s (of any currency) or withdrawing
money locally in Mexican Pesos. If you don't exchange your money prior to
arriving into Mexico we have always found in Cancun that you will get your best
exchange rate right at the Cancun Airport.
What happens if we arrive
at the resort and it is overbooked?
All Inclusive World, d/b/a Cancun All
Inclusive.com, a division of
Brooker Holdings, Inc. uses its best efforts to make travel arrangements with
airlines, hotels and other parties. Although we take reasonable care in
selecting suppliers, All Inclusive World has no control over those suppliers
and cannot be held responsible for their actions, omissions, or negligence.
All Inclusive World makes no warranties with respect to the
accommodation, transportation or other travel arrangements made by it. Your
instructions to us to make travel arrangements on your behalf constitutes your
agreement that All Inclusive World and Brooker Holdings, Inc., its
principals, directors and employees (collectively “All Inclusive World”)
are not responsible for any claims, damages, actions, costs, injury (whether
physical or mental) expenses or demands (collectively the “claims”) that may
arise during the course of your holiday or travel, even if such claim may have
been contributed to or occasioned by All Inclusive World or any of them.
As per our contracts with the all-inclusive
resorts, if they have overbooked their property it is their responsibility to
put you into another hotel/resort of the same quality or better. Although
the resorts do their best to not have an overbooking problem, this will happen
from time to time. If this happens, it is something that we have
absolutely no control over, therefore, we can not and will not take
responsibility for the hotels actions.
Alert - Important information if you rent a car!
a note to let you know that if you rent a car while in the Cancun area,
you may be getting less than you bargained for when you go to put fuel
is a list of things to be aware of prior to going to the Pemex Station
for magna-sin (unleaded gas).
of the car to open the gas cap yourself. Before you do, make sure
that the attendant has zeroed the pump, so that you are not paying for
the last persons gas as well as your own.
that you have cash, because they do not take credit cards or checks.
choice is to use pesos to pay for the gas, but if you don't have pesos,
make sure you agree upon the rate of exchange before they start pumping.
that they do not zero the pump prior to your payment transaction being
complete so that you can verify that you received correct change.
in Cancun in February, 2001, we purchase gas at 3 different Pemex stations,
Cancun Airport, Playa del Carmen on Ave. Juarez, and in Puerto Morelos.
The attendants at all 3 Pemex stations tried to steal money from us.
station by the Cancun airport - The attendant put $207.34 pesos of gas
in the car, we gave him $40.00 US which is worth $360.00 pesos at 9 to
1. The change should have been 153 pesos, but instead he gave us
$66.00 pesos and a receipt for $234.00 pesos. When we asked for the
rest of our change, he insisted that the exchange rate was 8 pesos to the
US dollar, then he suddenly couldn't speak English any more. Finally,
we found the manager, who confirmed the exchange rate was 9 pesos to the
US dollar. As the manager approached, the attendant cleared the pump
so it was hard to prove the amount. We immediately produced our receipt,
only to find that the attendant had written the incorrect amount on the
receipt. It took us 10 minutes worth of arguing to get the correct
Pemex station in Playa del Carmen
- As we unlocked the gas cap, the attendant that signaled us over to his
pump diverted our attention away from the car by asking how much gas we
wanted as he reached for his pump. While we were looking at him,
another attendant had come up behind us and immediately started pumping
gas from a different pump. It had only been a matter of seconds,
and we checked his pump right away to find it already at $135.00, he had
not reset the pump to zero. We called over for him to stop, and asked
him if he thought we were stupid? He could not deny that he had been
caught, but refused to admit how much was on the pump from the previous
customer. At first he said $50.00 pesos, but he had only been pumping
for 2 or 3 seconds, maybe 5 pesos worth There was no manager to be
found, but finally after a 5 minute dispute, another attendant told us
that he used the pump on the previous car and it had been for $100.00 pesos.
We were never compensated for the $30.00 peso theft.
station in Puerto Morelos - This time we asked for $150.00 pesos
worth of gas. He could only get $118.00 pesos in the car, and immediately
reset the pump to zero. We had seen that it was only $118.00 pesos.
We gave him $200.00 pesos, and he gave us back $42.00 pesos. When
we asked for the other $40.00 pesos, he said that the price was $158.00
pesos. We then understood why he reset the pump to zero so fast,
he thought we didn't see the amount.
on our last trip to Cancun, we were short changed in one way or another
100% of the time by the Pemex gas attendants. It may not seem like
much money, but it is the principle that we all work hard for our money,
why should it be any different for them. We have written to the Secretary
of Mexican Tourism, the Department of Tourism for Riviera Maya, and the
head office of Pemex, regarding this problem, but have not heard back from
any of them.
are experienced travelers, especially when it comes to driving in Mexico.
We thought we knew all the tricks, but it seems to be the standard at Pemex
to over charge anybody they can, and not even be discrete about it.
Can I get a travel agent/interline rate through your agency?
We are a
wholesale travel agency in
Florida that specializes in all-inclusive vacations in Cancun and not one of the
all-inclusive resorts in Cancun, Mexico. You must contact the resort directly
for these special rates. All contact phone numbers are listed on our site
for each resort property. Please refer to main page for each property.
If you are located in the US or Canada you will need to dial 011 before dialing
the number listed there. If you are calling from outside the US or Canada
you will need to dial 001.
We specialize in all-inclusive vacations to
Cancun, Mexico (Cancun, Mayan Riviera and Cozumel) and all of our agents here
have stayed at all of the resorts we offer. We have expanded our offerings
to other all inclusive resorts throughout the Caribbean, so please contact us if
you have another destination in mind, or you can click this
link and book
through our online booking engine. We are a full service agency so if you
don't want to search for your own vacation please don't hesitate to contact us
by phone or email and we would be more than happy to put together your next all
inclusive vacation for you.
documents does a minor traveling alone, or with one parent need?
A minor traveling
alone or with an adult, must have their own passports, even babies. If the minor is traveling
alone, he/she must also have a notarized letter signed by all parents or
legal guardians, giving the minor permission to travel out of the country.
If the minor is traveling with one parent, he/she must have a notarized
letter signed by the parent or guardian not traveling, giving the minor
permission to travel with the one parent or guardian. A custody document
should be provided in the event a minor is in the custody of one parent.
A death certificate should be provided if one parent is deceased.
With all the changes in baggage restrictions and charges we try our best to
update the information as it changes; please click on the
Airline Baggage Policy link to find this
information. *Some carriers have different
luggage restrictions which is usually in writing with your airline
After your plane has landed
and you have exited the Immigration area, you will need to present your
completed Mexican Tourist Card, and travel documents to an Immigration
officer. You will need your Tourist Card to leave Cancun, so keep
it safe. If you lose your Tourist Card, you may obtain a copy or
permission to leave from the Immigration office located in downtown Cancun.
Once you clear Immigration,
you gather up your luggage and proceed to the Customs area. You will
approach what looks like a traffic light, and be instructed to push the
button. If you get a green light, you can proceed, and if you get
a red light, you will be instructed to open your luggage. This is
done at random. U.S. visitors to Mexico may bring up to 200 cigarettes,
50 cigars, and one liter of alcohol with them into Mexico.
Transfers are not included
in our all-inclusive accommodation rates. We are able to offer a prepaid, round-trip transfer
through Royale Tours. The rates below are listed round-trip, per person
and are only applicable when booking an all-inclusive package with our agency,
Adult Rate (12 yrs & older)
Child Rate (ages 2-11)
Cancun Hotel Zone:
$24.00 USD per adult r/t
$16.00 per child r/t
$32.00 USD per adult r/t
$22.00 per child r/t
$37.00 USD per adult r/t
$25.00 per child r/t
$47.00 USD per adult r/t
$32.00 per child r/t
$56.00 USD per adult r/t
$38.00 per child r/t
The resorts located in these zones are as follows:
The taxis are usually a convenient, affordable,
and safe mode of transportation from and to the airport, but currently the
taxi's are having a dispute with the airport. Until this has been resolved
there are no taxi's at the airport, only buses and vans. Therefore, we
advise that it would be better that you arrange your transfers prior to
departing for your vacation. In other areas, the taxi drivers have to stop
at check points with their license and identification, again, well
regulated. Always agree on a price before you get into the taxi.
Special note: we are aware that if you
purchase a package to Cancun through other companies that the transfers are
included. We would like you to be aware that the price of your transfer is
still incorporated into your package, so you are still paying for it.
If you purchased the round-trip
transfer, then you should received a Royale Tours transfer voucher from our
Once you have cleared Immigration and Customs, look for the Royale Tours
Representative (wearing gray pants and a navy blue dress shirt) in the main airport area. The Royale Tours representative
will be holding a sign with your name on it, and once they receive you, you
should present your transfer voucher labeled Airport to Hotel (keep the other
portion for the Hotel to Airport), and they will give you further direction. You will be contacted at the resort by Royale Tours representative to make arrangements for your departure.
**If you are taking a taxi,
then you pay at the taxi booth inside the airport, prior to leaving the
building, and take the voucher to the driver. When you depart, one
of the bell men at the resort will hale you a taxi. The rates
are posted in the lobby.*** Applicable once taxi dispute with the
Cancun airport is resolved.
US currency is widely accepted
in Mexico. It is best to have your cash in small denominations, as
it is easier to get change for small bills. The exchange rate fluctuates
daily, so it is a good idea to exchange a little at a time. It doesn't
hurt to pack a calculator to help figure out the exchange. If you
do need to exchange your money, there is a money exchange in the lobby
of each of the resorts. The hotel policy is to not accept
any bills that have ink markings, or have been torn. If you find
yourself with a wallet full of old bills, you may want to change them before
leaving for Mexico.
there a hairdryer/iron/coffeemaker in the room?
There is a hairdryer in the rooms at all of the
different resorts except the Caribbean Village Cancun. There is a coffee maker in each room at all the resorts except
Village Cancun, and all of the Iberostar Resorts. An iron
is available upon request, but is not standard equipment for each room.
Taxis are available 24 hours
a day from the resorts. The rates are posted in the lobby of the Resorts, but are not applicable when catching a taxi back to the
resort. It is important to agree on a fare before getting in the
taxi. The bell men at the resort may be able to tell you what is
an acceptable fare.
Car Rental is available at
the airport, or at the resort. You want to check with your local
car insurance company to see if your insurance covers you while driving
in Mexico. There is still tax and insurance on top of what rate you
are quoted, which usually runs an additional $20.00 per day, so you want
to make sure they give you the full price, including tax and insurance.
If your local auto insurance does not cover you while driving in Mexico,
you may have to purchase additional insurance. If you get into an
accident in Mexico, the deductible is $1,000.00 U.S., and you have to sign
an agreement or not rent the car. Read everything carefully before
For guests staying in a Palace Resort on the hotel
zone, there is a bus service available on the hotel zone, and is the cheapest
way to get around. A special air-conditioned shuttle bus system that
runs all day, to all points in the hotel zone and to downtown Cancun.
The bus to anywhere on the hotel zone is approximately $0.60 U.S.
If you are staying on the Hotel Zone in Cancun,
the tap water is all purified. Cancun has a very modern, and functional
water filtration system that supplies the entire hotel zone. Therefore,
the water from the tap is purified. The resorts on the Cancun Hotel
Zone, do not offer bottled water. If you are staying at one of the
resorts on Cozumel, Playacar, or the Riviera Maya, they all offer bottled
water, and have their own water purification systems. This makes it safe
to eat the produce, and brush your teeth without having to worry about using
bottled water for these purposes.
Beach towels are available
pool side at every all-inclusive resort. You are given your own towel card,
which they take from you in exchange for the towel. When you return
the towel, they return your towel card. If you don't return the towel,
you will not have your towel card when you check out, and you will be charged
for the towel(s).
Tips and taxes are included
in your all-inclusive resort vacation package. The staff will
never hesitate, or gesture for a tip. However, tipping is still a
personal thing. If you are accustomed to tipping, and you receive
exceptional service (which you will at every resort), and want to
tip, I am sure they could use the money.
The only legal gambling in
Mexico is sports betting. There are no casinos in Mexico, but the resorts
do have Casino Nights, but you don't play for money, you play
for prizes. The Moon Palace Sunrise now has slot machines, but the prize
is not cash. Your winnings are in the form of vouchers that are good
only for Palace Resorts. For example, you can use your winnings in
the gift shop, or toward your next vacation, depending on how much you win.
There is a dress code in
effect for the gourmet restaurants at any of the resorts, the night
clubs, and some of the nightly entertainment. The dress code is long
slacks, and sleeves for the gentlemen. You can dress up formal if you want
to, or remain casual. There is a variety of fashion, and regardless of
how you dress, you will fit in.
If you decide to go to some
of the hot spots on the hotel zone during the evening, then it is recommended
that you dress up, as there is a dress code in effect. A tie is not
The resorts hire the senior staff of the resort
for in-room baby-sitting. This is available for an extra charge, and
varies for each resort chain. An example of current pricing would be
$10.00 US per hour, plus an additional $1.00 per hour for each additional
You want to pack your basic
summer clothing, your bathing suit, some dress clothes, don't forget sunscreen
(environmentally friendly sunscreen), a disposable underwater camera (just
a suggestion), and comfortable walking shoes. It isn't a bad
idea to pack a light sweater in case the air-conditioning in the public
areas is too cool for you.
If you are traveling from
a colder climate, it is not a bad idea to dress in layers. Wear your
summer clothes, and put your warmer clothes over top, so that you can peel
off the layers are you enter warmer climates. Make sure that you
leave room in your carry on luggage to put your cold climate clothes in.
If you plan to do a lot of
shopping while in the Cancun area, then you might want to pack an extra
bag to carry your purchases in on the way home.
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