Not ‘all inclusive’ in Mallorca

THE latest statistics from Mallorca’s Tourism Department display a changing trend in the hotel industry.
The number of hotels on the island who offer tourists an ‘all inclusive’ holiday package has significantly decreased since 2010. Back then, a total of 165 hotel establishments with 81,078 places in Mallorca were ‘all inclusive’ and represented 18 per cent of the sector.
The current percentage now sits below 12 per cent, according to the Tourism Department, as hotel owners forecast that a three per cent growth in prices could be achieved by adopting bed and breakfast or half board offers, which had shown to be more profitable.
Areas where the all-inclusive offers have decreased considerably are Cala D’Or, Alcudia, Can Picafort, Calas de Mallorca, Cala Millor and Palmanova-Magaluf.

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