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All-inclusive hotels question
« on: July 27, 2012, 02:50:14 PM »
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  • Hello IFTC amigos -- I see the phrase "all-inclusive" used in regard to some hotels, usually those that have chica fees.

    My question is: what does "all inclusive" mean?

    Thanks in advance!

    TD 

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    Re: All-inclusive hotels question
    « Reply #1 on: July 27, 2012, 03:08:37 PM »
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    Hello IFTC amigos -- I see the phrase "all-inclusive" used in regard to some hotels, usually those that have chica fees.

    My question is: what does "all inclusive" mean?

    Thanks in advance!

    TD

    The All-Inclusive Hotels are the ones that include food and drinks as part of the room charge.  These are resorts that have their own bars and restaurants on the premises (and beach and pools).
    These places are different from when someone tells you the hotel is "chica friendly".
    Bringing a chica to an All-Inclusive resort is done by bringing her as the "girlfriend" and she is also registered as a guest (this is how the websites also do it at the resorts they use).
    When someone tells you the hotel is "chica friendly".  This is usually a regular hotel (one that only charges you for the room - you find and pay for food and drinks on your own, nothing included) - but the management will let you bring chicas to your room at no additional charge, hotel management will probably ask to have the chica leave her cedula (ID) at the front desk.

    Hope that helps.

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    Re: All-inclusive hotels question
    « Reply #2 on: July 27, 2012, 07:09:20 PM »
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  • Exactly my experience. I would add that you're talking about $60-100, plus the chicas tip, so it's pricey. Also, many people are not comfortable being around an old geezer, like me, with an insanely hot chica hanging on me. Most of the time I just say fuck 'em, but it is a factor.
    I have spent many weeks in Playa Dorada AIs, and when it's fun, it's awesome. When it's dead, it deader than a hammer.

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    Re: All-inclusive hotels question
    « Reply #3 on: July 27, 2012, 08:33:40 PM »
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  • Thanks guys! So is it correct to say that an "all-inclusive" hotel by definition, has a chica fee? If you register her as "the girlfriend," do you get hit with the fee?

    Thanks again!

    TD

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    Re: All-inclusive hotels question
    « Reply #4 on: July 27, 2012, 11:15:09 PM »
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  • Everyone I have been in charges you. It's never free. I went to my place in PD with my chica one night all drunked up from the casino at 2 AM, and got charged. The security is good, and a gal without a bracelet is a big deal.

    Now, to qualify my experience, this was at Puerto Plata Village and Celuisma in Playa Dorada. Nobody ever gave me any grief over the chica, but the women are definitely uncomfortable around them. Also, I had to pay more for her than I was paying for me those nights.

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    Re: All-inclusive hotels question
    « Reply #5 on: July 28, 2012, 12:12:03 AM »
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    Everyone I have been in charges you. It's never free. I went to my place in PD with my chica one night all drunked up from the casino at 2 AM, and got charged. The security is good, and a gal without a bracelet is a big deal.

    Now, to qualify my experience, this was at Puerto Plata Village and Celuisma in Playa Dorada. Nobody ever gave me any grief over the chica, but the women are definitely uncomfortable around them. Also, I had to pay more for her than I was paying for me those nights.

    Yes - bringing anyone - chica or just a local friend to an AI will cost you money.  They want their "day charge".
    That is why a chica checks in with you as a registered guest at an AI and you pay the charge accordingly.
    Part of the reason is that they do not want to be "chica hotels".  But if you pay for them to be a guest or a day pass, then will accept your money.
    I do not do the day pass option.  If I do an AI with a chica, then she is there with me and I take full advantage of the 24 hour GFE for the full time.

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    « Reply #6 on: July 28, 2012, 12:28:09 AM »
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    Thanks guys! So is it correct to say that an "all-inclusive" hotel by definition, has a chica fee? If you register her as "the girlfriend," do you get hit with the fee?

    Thanks again!

    TD

    Ok - further clarification - "All Inclusive" is a normal tourist term, not a monger term.
    All-Inclusive hotels/resorts are "all inclusive" because they include room, drinks and food in the fee.
    If you book through a website like DRNights, then their fee includes the chica at the AI resort they put you at.
    But if you book yourself at an AI hotel/resort and independently get a chica to go with you on that vacation, then you will check in the chica as a registered guest as well with you - but whatever you arranged between you and the chica is between the two of you, including the fee you work out with the chica.
    DRNights and those types of websites are not the resorts.  They book with resorts.

    I hope that helps.
    « Last Edit: July 28, 2012, 12:30:04 AM by santo, Reason: spelling »

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    Re: All-inclusive hotels question
    « Reply #7 on: July 28, 2012, 01:54:03 AM »
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  • Santo is spot on and correct with everything he has said as well as topdeck.

    What you really should do is join us for our FEB party of the year trip we have over 23 members going and are going to have one hell of a party and its a great way to get ur wings because u will have so many members there with u to guide u along the way and show u around.
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    Re: All-inclusive hotels question
    « Reply #8 on: July 28, 2012, 01:55:01 AM »
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  • Not to mention that we have several members going from Texas so u guys can all travel together and have a great time!!

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    Santo is spot on and correct with everything he has said as well as topdeck.

    What you really should do is join us for our FEB party of the year trip we have over 23 members going and are going to have one hell of a party and its a great way to get ur wings because u will have so many members there with u to guide u along the way and show u around.

    CEO - are you using your Oct trip to make preparations for the Feb party week?

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    Re: All-inclusive hotels question
    « Reply #10 on: July 28, 2012, 03:01:00 PM »
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  • Thanks again for all the info! I will probably not be staying at any of these AI places anytime soon, I am just trying to figure out what things mean and the "lay of the land."  ;D (Pun intended :) )

    Me and "Chris Long" will be in Sosua Aug 23-27 (I think those are the dates), and we are staying at Rocky's. This will be my first trip; it will be CL's second.

    The February event sounds intriguing -- how can I learn more?

    Gracias de nuevo a todos los!

    TD

       

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    Thanks again for all the info! I will probably not be staying at any of these AI places anytime soon, I am just trying to figure out what things mean and the "lay of the land."  ;D (Pun intended :) )

    Me and "Chris Long" will be in Sosua Aug 23-27 (I think those are the dates), and we are staying at Rocky's. This will be my first trip; it will be CL's second.

    The February event sounds intriguing -- how can I learn more?

    Gracias de nuevo a todos los!

    TD


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    « Reply #12 on: July 29, 2012, 06:43:47 AM »
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    Santo is spot on and correct with everything he has said as well as topdeck.

    What you really should do is join us for our FEB party of the year trip we have over 23 members going and are going to have one hell of a party and its a great way to get ur wings because u will have so many members there with u to guide u along the way and show u around.

    CEO - are you using your Oct trip to make preparations for the Feb party week?

    Yes for some things but most of it is already planned.  I just need to finalize a few things and do some special things lol

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    Re: All-inclusive hotels question
    « Reply #13 on: July 29, 2012, 06:45:58 AM »
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  • Doctor i just sent u a personak message.

    Feb trip is someting  u dont want to miss i promise u

    Also do not forget if anyones stays in one of our approved vendors mention ur a member of this site and u will get a discount and treated nicely.

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    Thanks again for all the info! I will probably not be staying at any of these AI places anytime soon, I am just trying to figure out what things mean and the "lay of the land."  ;D (Pun intended :) )

    Me and "Chris Long" will be in Sosua Aug 23-27 (I think those are the dates), and we are staying at Rocky's. This will be my first trip; it will be CL's second.

    The February event sounds intriguing -- how can I learn more?

    Gracias de nuevo a todos los!

    TD

     

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    Re: All-inclusive hotels question
    « Reply #15 on: February 16, 2013, 04:40:47 AM »
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  • good info plus a few all inclusive  have a surcharge where u can bring in the odd chica for a day pass  it varies from hotel to hotel  but its best to inquire at the desk  before u attempt to bring one in

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