Half-board and full-board?

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Guest:
Hi,

What's the meaning of half-board and full-board in hotel's lingo?

thanks in advance
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'Half-board' appears to be two meals (no lunch), while 'full-board' is three meals supplied.
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Anonymous:
Half board includes breakfast and either lunch OR dinner

Full board includes all three meals.

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Anonymous:
Half board is breakfast and 1 other meal usuall evening meal whereas full board is all 3 meals
Anonymous:
OK... I know for a fact some do include local drinks when it come to full board!!!
Anonymous:
Hello,

Half-board in hotel lingo means when you lodge in a hotel and pay only for breakfast and dinner while full-board means you will be served breakfast, lunch and dinner during your stay.

Hope this is useful.
Anonymous:
so it doesnt include drinks then?
AnonymousSo it doesn't include drinks then?
No.

An all-inclusive holiday includes three meals a day, poolside snacks and free local alcoholic drinks.

Rover
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