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IBEROSTAR Wants to Raise the Bar on All-Inclusive Culinary Offerings

October 22, 2013 at 2:02 PM | by | ()

In our opinion, the jury is still out on all-inclusive resorts. Sometimes we love them, and often we hate them, but one thing's for sure: we never expect a memorable gastronomical experience when we stay at one.

We are happy to report, however, that our recent stay at the all-inclusive IBEROSTAR Grand Hotel Paraíso, on Mexico's Riviera Maya, might help sway our opinion. The hotel has four restaurants (Japanese, Italian, French, and a steakhouse -- strangely no Mexican), two buffets, and six bars. We ate well and we ate often.

The Spanish brand IBEROSTAR Hotels & Resorts recently launched a new initiative focusing on increasing awareness of their culinary offerings through special events, training courses for guests and "La Cocina IBEROSTAR", the brand’s first-ever cookbook. The book is written in Spanish, English, and German and contains recipes from 14 different chefs at their worldwide resorts -- from Morocco to Mexico -- so that you might recreate the taste of your sunny vacation back home.

November rates for a Junior Suite start at $300 a night with a three-night minimum stay.

Disclosure: We were a guest of the IBEROSTAR Grand Hotel Paraiso.

[Photos: HotelChatter]

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