The proposed modification would force hotels to adapt their dining rooms to specifications which guarantee the quality of service in the allinclusive sector. This means that, if this law is applied rigorously, a lot of hotels which offer all-inclusive at the moment would not be able to continue to do so. Alomar considered it a fact that tour operators have made all-inclusive deals more widespread in response to the tourism crisis and have marketed them in the Balearics in spite of the fact that the islands are not prepared for them. It is because of this he considered it necessary to push for the modification to the General Tourist Law as this will force the Government to make the necessary inspections to guarantee the quality of service in this sector. Finally he complained that there was a lack of reliable data about the demand for this service in the Balearics as the Partido Popular had always considered it unnecessary to make studies of this area.
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