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Rose Hall Resort - Difference Between All Inclusive Plans

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Rose Hall Resort - Difference Between All Inclusive Plans

Hi

Can anyone tell me the difference between Rose Hall Resort (Hilton) all inclusive plans? Regular vs Platnium. How restricted are you on the regular plan.

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Hello Jodifell.

I went to the resort earlier this year. We did upgrade to the Platinum plan, but most people are fine on the regular.

Regular - You will get "house" beverages. Usually brands that you have never heard of. The two all-acarte resturants will have surcharges on few things ($10-30 ie fillet, lobster, etc). BUT there will still be plenty of choices to choose from that IS included with the regular.

Platinum - You can get any drink you want (Grey Goose, Patron, Etc), Bottled water, There will be NO surcharges for food in the two all-acarte resturants. You get room service included (including drinks). And that is about it.

Also, we went with a group and some people wanted to upgrade and some people did not. If someone wants to upgrade, ALL people in that room must do so as well. In February the cost to upgrade was $40/person/day.

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2. Re: Rose Hall Resort - Difference Between All Inclusive Plans

I would check with Hilton to see if you can upgrade once you are there. That way, maybe you can decide after a day or so.

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Thanks so much!

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