On paper, timeshare ownership and all-inclusive plans seem to be the opposite kinds of vacations but there are many options on the market that combine timeshare and all-inclusive packages to make sure that clients get the very best of all that a resort has to offer.
Although timeshare properties usually come equipped with kitchens and dining rooms, making it more likely for you to self cater for most of your vacation, timeshare units that are located on major resorts will also benefit from an array of cuisine options. In these cases, although you are not generally obligated to buy an all-inclusive pass, most resorts will offer residents the option of purchasing a pass. These all-inclusive passes or vouchers can be issued for your whole stay or just a portion, meaning that you can mold your dining to your needs.
All-inclusive packages can be an economical way of sampling all the wonderful restaurants on a resort and a great rest from preparing meals in your vacation property.