The All-Inclusive model has experienced a dramatic shift over the past 15 years. While the industry's core offerings - comprehensive vacation packages that include meals, lodging and entertainment - haven't changed, the concept has become more in tune with today's hospitality trends. All-Inclusive resorts now boast larger guestrooms, a variety of food and beverage options and more sophisticated entertainment venues.Operators have also branched out into new markets, which has added locations like Roatan and Belize to the all-inclusive mix. Some operators have continued to focus on value-oriented resorts while others are providing more luxurious, higher-cost experiences. These changes have helped the segment mitigate seasonality and sell a wider variety of activities.To learn more about the refreshed All-Inclusive model and how it's impacting the broader hospitality industry, click to download our new report.