The inspectors will be looking at quality and service but crucially at whether the all-inclusive offer is legal. | P. Lozano
Inspectors from the regional tourism ministry have launched a campaign this month directed at the control of all-inclusive hotel offer and its marketing. The tourism minister, Biel Barceló, says that the inspections will focus on hotels that are not registered as offering all-inclusive, pointing out that they have had sufficient time to register. Currently, there are 53 hotels registered with the ministry, when the number is very much higher: 297 in total.