all-inclusive
Adjective

all-inclusive (not comparable)

  1. Providing all amenities, benefits or perquisites in a single package.
    We stayed at an all-inclusive resort while we were in Bermuda, and even the golfing was free.
Translations
  • German: pauschal
  • Russian: ко́мплексный
Noun

all-inclusive (plural all-inclusives)

  1. A resort that provides all amenities, benefits or perquisites in a single package.
    • 1999, Garrett Nagle, Tourism, Leisure and Recreation (page 35)
      The development of all-inclusives may restrict the development of other forms of tourism, such as nature heritage tourism, since all-inclusive visitors are not generally consumers of these activities.



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