It turned out, as the tourists eat at the resorts

Tour operators said, as the campers eat at Russian resorts, according to ATOR.

The all-inclusive, to which many are accustomed on holiday in Turkey, staying at Russian resorts this season choose, on average, 15 percent of travelers who have bought holidays in the South of Russia.

"Usually "all inclusive" works in the southern resorts on the basis of hotels of four and five stars, and tourists in this format on average pay eight to ten thousand rubles a day per person. Due to the shortage of such facilities and excessive demand in the conditions of closed borders, these options sold out very quickly. However, most of the tourists prefer to relax modest," – says CEO network of travel agencies Alexan Mkrtchyan.

In the South of Russia already there are a lot of hotels of three stars, which introduced the concept of "all inclusive", said the CEO of a major tour operator Sergey Romashkin. To pay for the rest of this format have an average of from 500 to 1500 rubles per day to the room rate.

Participants of the hotel market notice that in some of the Russian budget hotels in "all inclusive" does not include spirits, sometimes choice is limited and weak – local cheap beer and wine.

For full Board pays at least a third of tourists. Half Board, and Breakfast, choose about 16 percent of the guests. Eat outside the hotel for about 14 percent of the customers. Some tour operators, the proportion of adherents of each kind of feed are approximately equal.

Market participants noted that family travelers are increasingly buying vouchers with the included three meals a day. "Additional to the room rate for this type of food — only about a thousand rubles a day per person. The menu matches the price, but in any case it is much cheaper than to eat at local restaurants and cafes," says Alexan Mkrtchyan.

Also this year, increased the share of travelers who prefer the more economical options of accommodation without food. "They can either cook for yourself – bring the electric stove, or eat in cheap cafeterias, because the budget of most tourists, especially from the regions, is very limited" — said the expert.