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Turkey introduces non-alcoholic all inclusive in some hotels

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The head of the Mediterranean Association of Hoteliers and Tour Operators (AKTOB) Kaan Cavaloglu motivated the need for this initiative with the rising costs against the background of the complex economic situation in Turkey

Representatives of the Turkish tourism industry propose to review the “all inclusive” system in some hotels. In such cases, it is envisaged that tourists will be able to choose which food and drinks they will pay for, writes the Turkish newspaper “Tourism Gazetesi”.

In general, in many places the “all inclusive” system will remain.

The head of the Mediterranean Association of Hoteliers and Tour Operators (AKTOB) Kaan Cavaloglu motivated the need for this initiative with the rising costs against the background of the complex economic situation in Turkey, as well as with the creation of new types of services with lower prices for tourists.

The proposed model, tentatively called “pay as much as you use”, is primarily aimed at the non-alcoholic version of “all inclusive”.

In Turkey, there are hotels with a non-alcoholic “all inclusive” system, and in recent years many such packages have been sold, including on the Russian market. This type of package is mainly oriented towards family vacations.

According to tour operators, vacations in Turkey with a non-alcoholic version of the “all inclusive” system are 7-10 percent cheaper than usual. It is not yet clear how much more economical the pay-as-you-use format will be compared to traditional packages.

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