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Suger Ridge All Inclusive

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Suger Ridge All Inclusive

Hi

Anyone advise on All Inclusive option or eating and drinking out of resort. Also is it far to walk in to town?

Thanks

Ian.

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1. Re: Suger Ridge All Inclusive

You can't walk into town, but there's an excellent local bus service from just outside the resort.

I think a mixture of AI and B&B is ideal for Sugar Ridge - there are plenty of places to eat out in the area (especially in Jolly Harbour) including a couple of very nice options - it's definitely worth going down to Sheer Rocks for dinner or a late tapas lunch on a Sunday, but the food is also very good at Sugar Ridge, and the Sugar Club has a very nice evening vibe.

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2. Re: Suger Ridge All Inclusive

Thanks for the advise. Can you mix B&B with AI, not sure what you mean.

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3. Re: Suger Ridge All Inclusive

yes, you should be able to choose to divide your time into different options

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4. Re: Suger Ridge All Inclusive

We have stayed at SR and done the AI as well as the Hal board (breakfast and dinner). We are going back in 2 weeks with the AI plan. You can combine any plan you wish throughout your stay, but my understanding is that you must do a 3-day minimum on either plan. For example, the first time we went, we started out on half board then switched to the AI plan. We were told we could switch back any time after 3 days.

Both options have benefits: my favourite is half board because we find it easier to eat the evening meal in, and then we could get lunch in different places when we were out and about throughout the day.

However, with the Ai, you do not have to worry about how much you are consuming interns of food, drink and money resources! Plus, SR has an arrangement with 2 beach restaurants, and you can get your pre-paid lunch there - no need to carry cash or credit cards.

We got a good package deal so we decided to go AI this time. There are a lot of good local restaurants if you are keen for some culinary exploration. But if you want a lazy, restorative holiday, or you like to know what you will be spending, an AI can be the way to go. one final deciding factor for us as Canadians, is that our dollar has dropped quite a bit, and we didn't want any surprises.

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5. Re: Suger Ridge All Inclusive

Thanks, good advice, a bit of both. We didn't realize it could be done that way. Hope we get our trip set.

Thanks again

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