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What's the difference between a Breezes Superclub and an ordinary All Inclusive??

What's the difference between a Breezes Superclub and an ordinary All Inclusive??

Old Aug 7th, 2002, 09:26 PM
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What's the difference between a Breezes Superclub and an ordinary All Inclusive??

I just found out that the resort we've already booked for Xmas is converting to a Breezes Superclub by Dec. 15 (Punta Cana in the DR). I've never been to a Breezes resort and don't know what difference it might make to my vacation. Apparently, the hotel will be upgraded to accommodte the Breezes style. This resort is already new (opened in 2000) and recently renovated (spa and casino). What do Breezes usually include and is it more than the usual all inclusive stuff? Are Breezes usually more money because someone said something to that effect on another website???
Old Aug 8th, 2002, 06:34 AM
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Which resort is it? I doubt they will really be upgrading, but they will probibly redecorate, change the names of the restaurants, like there is always a Martino's etc. I stayed at Breezes Runaway BAy in Jamaica, and the drinks were not watered down at all. We really liked it. I have been to better, but that resort was getting old. If this resort is only 1 year than you should have a great time.
Old Aug 8th, 2002, 06:44 AM
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Melissa, the resort is the LTI Sol de Plata Punta Cana Beach resort. Thanks for the input. I appreciate it. I've been to quite a few all inclusives but never a Breezes Superclub.

Dear dtour, you obviously hate the all inclusive type holiday so that makes me wonder why you bothered to reply at all. People who write the way you do always have some sort of inferiority complex or other personality defect and display a constant need to control. Too bad you don't like superclubs or all inclusives. Next time, keep your large mouth shut and reply in polite language with constructive points. Nobody needs your destructive attitude and absolutely worthless replies. You are a sour and mean person so here's the best advice I can give you....Suck it up and go get some real help....you desperately need it. A six month supply of happy pills and a good therapist might be all you need.
Old Aug 8th, 2002, 09:57 AM
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I call them the way I see them.I hope you get what comming to you.Have a good time.
Old Aug 8th, 2002, 11:43 AM
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Hi Diane,

It is me again, I am actually a TA from Canada. I never heard a thing about this change. I called Superclubs today when I got to work, and our rep said that yes the Sol De Plata is changing.(not that I didn't believe you) I asked what they were doing, and she said they are adding a Japanise restaurant, a circus school (they have trampolines and stuff). She is faxing me tomorrow with all the details, and I will let you know.
Old Aug 9th, 2002, 09:14 AM
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Just came back from a week at the Breezes Bahamas in July. Read my replies in the "Breezes Bahamas" and "Breezes in March" threads. If your questions about what Breezes AIs have to offer are not answered there, feel free to e-mail me.

Old Aug 9th, 2002, 12:23 PM
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As opposed to most AI's in Mexico and DR., a Breezes usually offers Waterskiing, Scuba Diving, sometime Golf, which are extra at your typical AI.
Breezes are Superior or Deluxe, not luxury properties.'
They are fun and active.
Premium Brands of Liquor, not just domestic.
Other brands offering this are SuperClubs Lido's (Luxury)
Couples Resorts
Sandals/Beaches Resorts.
Old Aug 9th, 2002, 12:49 PM
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I think you will be happy with the change. At least there should be some standard that they will follow. Breeze services top shelf liquor, not just the local brands and the food at any of the Breezes are usually every good. Have a good time and consider it an upgrade.
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