How do I find Marriott hotels that offer an "all inclusive" package?
Can you be more specific? DO you mean all activities and meals, or car, hotel and airfare?
Meals and drinks
That's a hard one. Used to be called the Full American Plan in days gone by. If you use the Concierge Lounge at a full service Marriott you can have complimentary light breakfast and evening snacks but not free drinks. Residence Inn has a breakfast but limited evening snacks and only beer and wine.
Ritz Carlton's Club Level does include at least five meal settings and drinks daily.
Does that help?
I am aware of those options. I am looking for a true all inclusive. I know some hotels offer this option but the only way i know to find them is to go through the process of reserving the room with points. When you get to the screen that defines points needed for various rooms there is link that describes the category and other options. For example, the Marriott resort in Peurta Villarta(spelling?) has this option as well as one in Cancun. I am looking at other beach destinations as i have visited those areas.
There are a few all inclusive hotesl in mexico and the Caribbean. If you look under rewards: how to use them, you will find an "all-inclusive reward" for about 70,000 additional points.
Here: All Inclusive Vacations
There used to be about 7 resorts where you could use points to have either a 5 day or 7 day all inclusive (meals and drinks). Marriott discontinued this about October 15th, 2011. It was a great deal at 70,000 or 110,000 for two. I believe you can still pay for all inclusive. Sure hope they bring this back. We used it in St. Kitts at the end of November...
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