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Types of meals in the hotels

Types of meals in the hotels

AI (All Inclusive)

The most popular type of meal, especially for those who would like to spend holidays on the beach near the hotel. It includes full-board (three up to six meals and the snack), as well as unlimited access to non-alcoholic drinks and alcohols of local production.

UAI (Ultra All Inclusive)

It is an All Inclusive option plus a wider choice of alcoholic drinks, mainly international. Also, depending on the hotel, it may include additional attractions – i.e. massages, SPA, saunas.

OV

It doesn’t include any meals in the hotel. It’s chosen by the active tourists, who spend most of their time outside the hotel.

BB (Bed and Breakfast)

There is a breakfast included in the price of the hotel.

HB (Half Board)

In addition to sleeping, the price also includes breakfast and dinner.

FB (Full Board)

Breakfasts, lunches and dinners included in the price. It's recommended for those who plan trips lasting not more than three hours but wouldn’t like to visit restaurants.

SC (Self Catering)

Self-catering. The meals aren’t included in the price, but the quests have access to the kitchen or kitchenette, where they can prepare the meals on their own. It’s the best option if you want to save a little or you have a restrictive diet.

PP

Meals served according to the holiday programme. Usually, it relates to the trips organised during leisure time.

ZPR

Offers of this type include the catering in the form described in the details of the tourist event programme or in the hotel description that can be found in the conditions of the tourist event.

 

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