The reason it is priced per person is because it is all-inclusive. They want to make sure each person is charged for food and drink, not just the room. And be careful, too, because at Sensatori, they won't necessarily let a family of 4 stay in one room together, depending on the ages. I'm sure it would be fine if two of them were young children, but if they are adults and/or teenagers, you might have a problem. Make sure you specify things like that before you sign your contract.
Originally Posted by aijay9
Thanks for the info. The question issue I am dealing with is having guests pay per person for a room. The quote I got shows people paying individually for each room so a family of 4 pays a certain price X4 instead of just paying a price for a room. Doesn't make any sence at all.