Magaluf All Inclusive Holidays: A Guide

The Balearic Islands off the Spanish coast have long been a favourite holiday destination for British tourists. Majorca is one of the most popular islands for package holidays and Magaluf is arguably its best-known resort.

It’s a lively resort with plenty of activities to keep you occupied in the day and a plethora of bars and clubs to keep you busy at night. It’s also suitable for families with its kilometre-long sandy Blue Flag beach and attractions such as the Western Water Park.

All Inclusive Board

If you’re considering booking a holiday to Magaluf all inclusive packages are worth thinking about. Booking an all inclusive holiday comes with the peace of mind that almost all of your holiday spending costs have been pre-paid so there’ll be no nasty surprises when you arrive.

The major tour operators such as First Choice, Thomson Holidays and Thomas Cook all offer a choice of hotels in Magaluf on an all inclusive basis. A browse through some of the options on comparison websites such as travelsupermarket.com or Travelzoo is likely to throw up some other options and will give you an idea of the price range.

Be careful when you’re booking your Magaluf all inclusive holiday that you check to see what’s included. An all inclusive package will almost certainly include all your meals and accompanying drinks but may not include snacks and bar drinks unless specified.

Whilst all inclusive holidays usually prove to be good value for money, it’s worth considering how you want to spend your holiday before committing yourself. If you’re hoping to go on day trips to explore Majorca and enjoy sampling local restaurants and bars, you may not get your money’s worth from the all inclusive package.

How to Book

The majority of people these days book their holidays online, either through the tour operator’s own website or using a price comparison or agency site. Package holiday companies often offer incentives for booking online and websites such as travelsupermarket.com can offer cheaper deals but if you’re unsure about which hotel to book or whether a Magaluf all inclusive holiday is for you it may be worth speaking to a High Street travel agent. They should be able to offer some guidance and help you to make the right choice.

When to Book

Unless you’re willing to take a gamble on a holiday, it’s best to book well in advance. Tour operators will take bookings more than a year ahead and are understandably keen to fill as many plane seats and hotel rooms as possible.

It’s good news therefore for holidaymakers who are able to plan a long way ahead. If you’re ready to book your Magaluf all inclusive holiday for next year you may be able to take advantage of discounts such as free child places and low deposits.

It’s worth keeping an eye on the tour operator websites for any short term offers. Thomson Holidays, for example, have featured an offer to upgrade from half board to all inclusive for 1p per person per night at selected hotels.

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