DESPITE THE ONGOING popularity of cruises — the original all-inclusive travel experience — corporate planners have historically been slow to embrace their land-based brethren, the all-inclusive resort. That seems to be changing. According to Gary Ross, a group sales manager for Sandals, which is one of the oldest all-inclusive resort brands: “I think the connotation was that all-inclusive resorts were down-market. It took a chain like ours, that has a premium product, with an all-inclusive ...

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