All-Inclusive Resort Bracelets Don't Have to be Ugly Any Longer
When you make the big decision to stay at an all-inclusive resort, you accept several facts: you will have a pina colada in hand no later than 30 minutes after awakening, you will eat fusion asian food for at least one dinner, and you will be stuck wearing a plastic wristband that identifies you as a guest of the resort, entitled to all the goodies.
Now here's what's not so solid about the all-inclusive experience: why do all-inclusive resort bracelets have to be so ugly? If you're staying at a 5-star luxury all-inclusive, it is really mandatory to look like you've just come from fist-pumping night at some skanky club? It shouldn't be, and one group of all-inclusive hotels is out to change this by injecting a little fashion into their bracelets.
Paradisus Resorts, with several $500+ per night all-inclusive resorts in Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Costa Rica, has enlisted designer Christian Cota to add some style to their bracelets.
This is the type of propertyParadisus Palma Real in the DRwhere you'll find the new Cota bracelets. The bracelets, made of coconut shell, hemp and silver are nice enough to make you want to keep wearing them, even after you've left paradise and returned home.
[Photos: Paradisus Resorts/Christian Cota]