Get great deals on inclusive holidays in 2011

When going abroad to resorts it often works out cheaper in the long run to pay that bit extra and secure an all-inclusive holiday deal. Obtaining inclusive deals which can cover leisure activites, main meals and often even drinks can be a good option for those with limited budgets, or those who do not intend to spend too much time out of their resort or hotel. It also makes sense to buy a package deal that includes flights from a UK airport to ensure the best value for money deal. Here are a selection of worthwhile and affordable all inclusive holidays for the 2011 summer period.

Virgin Holidays offer a range of inclusive holidays to Florida, flying with Virgin Atlantic. The Best Western Lakeside in Kissimmee is in a good location for the attractions of the Orlando area, including Universal Studios and Disney World. This hotel is set in an attractive 24 acre lot complete with lush landscaping, five different pools and an 18 hole mini- golf course. The price for this hotel plus weekend flights from Gatwick or Manchester comes in at around £500 per person based on 2 adults and 2 children sharing.

Easyjet also offer a full package of inclusive holidays to resorts around Europe. An inclusive deal to Rhodes for a family of four can cost from around £426 per person, including flights from Gatwick. For this price guests stay in a family room at the Hotel Filerimos, a short distance from the beach and less than a mile from the nearest villages. The all inclusive deal includes free buffet food and drinks at the hotel's restaurant, pool bar and snack bar. Alcoholic drinks are limited to 2 per person per round.

Meanwhile, for couples travelling without kids, Directline Holidays offer all-inclusive holidays to the Costa Del Sol in Spain from £385 per person including flights from Manchester to Malaga. This deal bags you 7 nights at the fun Marconfort Griego Hotel in Torremolinos. This hotel is a 12 minute walk from the beach, but offers bus transfers that will take you there in the blink of an eye. The inclusive package gets you food and drinks at the hotel's four bars and main restaurant, and also access to live entertainment and the sports facilities on the premises.

For good value inclusive holidays in 2011 these package deals remain a top budget option. It is well worth paying more upfront for the freedom from having to worry about paying for food and drink, or the fees that using your card abroad can incur.

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