The idea of an all inclusive time share is probably a new concept to many non-timeshare owners. We generally think of time share accommodations as being self-catering or European plan. In most cases that is in fact true. Many time share properties pride themselves on full kitchens and dining rooms, promoting the fact that you can save money by preparing meals in your unit. However, there are a growing number of all inclusive resorts that offer the option of all inclusive packages to time share residents.
Resorts that offer both all inclusive packages to hotel guests as well as sell time share unusually present time share residents with the option to buy an all inclusive pass. This could be any length of time from three or four days to the entire length of your stay. When the resort offers only all inclusive, this is a good option, otherwise you will have to buy vouchers or prepare meals in your time share unit.
In practice, most time share resorts that also offer all inclusive packages have European plans as well, which means that you can purchase meals and drinks as you go, just like any hotel guest. Those kinds of all inclusive time share resorts are the best option as you can choose to buy an all inclusive pass for a few days if you wish and then buy as you go for the rest of your vacation. You are then more likely to try local restaurants and won’t find yourselves running back from a tour for lunch!
So, while time share itself is not all inclusive, you will find many resorts that offer the choice of all inclusive passes to their residents. Generally, all inclusive should be an option not compulsory.