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AI-what are your guests paying per person per night?

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#1 JHarwood2Be

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    Posted 09 March 2008 - 01:56 AM

    If you are going the all-inclusive route, I'd like to know what your guests are paying for night. Also if you could tell me how you got your rate; from the hotel, as a group rate, online website or through travel agent? We have never stayed AI before. The places I like are about $200 per person per night (without any discounts) and we are trying to decide if that is unreasonable.

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    #2 rodent


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      Posted 09 March 2008 - 03:50 AM

      My guests are paying $269 per person for 3 nights based on double occupancy.

      I tried to keep the hotel cheap because I was worried about flight prices going up a bunch. They sure have

      I booked through a TA doing a funjet deal. I find funjet.com a great way just to compare prices.

      $200 per night sounds high. But, some hotels are more expensive.

      #3 dragonfly

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        Posted 09 March 2008 - 04:17 AM

        In Canada we usually buy an ai pkg which also includes our airfare, last August we paid about $1400.00 per person for 1 week taxes and airfare included.

        #4 BarefootBride

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          Posted 09 March 2008 - 07:57 AM

          Please dont freak out... mine are paying $690 per night Everyone gets their own private bungalow....
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          #5 Spazz

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            Posted 09 March 2008 - 09:36 AM

            My guests are paying $1400 for the week including airfare. I think it works out to about $150/night. We booked using a TA who negotiated a rate with the hotel and airlines.

            #6 Sandra E.

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              Posted 09 March 2008 - 10:11 AM

              My guests are paying 250 a night per couple. It's a very good rate for AI. If your rates include an AI, they're not unreasonable. But keep the airfare in mind.

              #7 LadyCheese

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                Posted 09 March 2008 - 11:10 AM

                My guests are paying $452 (per person) for 4 nights based on double occupancy...and we pre-reserved some airfare at $460...so in total each guest will be paying $913-all inclusive. I went through a TA.

                #8 lscilley

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                  Posted 09 March 2008 - 11:17 AM

                  Mine are paying about $260 a night/couple.

                  #9 Agape Gems

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                    Posted 09 March 2008 - 11:43 AM

                    Our guests are paying $1000pp for 4 nights, airfare, and taxes, based on double occupancy. Singles are paying about $1300. We booked thru a TA and used Air Jamaica. We have a few guests who live in cities where Air Jamaica wasn't an option for flight so their resort only price was $610pp for 4 nights (~$150 per night)

                    I would not just compare the dollar amounts though, see what the resort includes in their price. Some AI include all watersports like jet skis, boat rides, etc and some only include non-motorized things like snorkeling. Also some serve top shelf drinks for free while some serve more "generic" liquor. So it just depends what important to you and your guests.

                    Oh I just noticed that you are looking in Mexico, $200 does seem high for Mexico
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                    #10 kr3611

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                      Posted 09 March 2008 - 01:44 PM

                      Mine are paying 146 per night per person, or 285 per night for double occupancy

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