Tuesday, October 26, 2010

3 Reasons a Timeshare Rental is Not Just for a Vacation

As a timeshare owner, when you think of your annual vacation, you naturally think about visiting your timeshare. But, have you ever realized that there are three reasons when a timeshare rental is not just for a vacation? Take a look:
  1. Holidays
    Whether it's Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukah, the Fourth of July, or even a Family Reunion, whenever many members of your family will be gathering together, bring in the timeshare rentals. Grandma and Grandpa certainly love having the grandkids around, but underfoot? That's a different matter. Or your youngsters might be willing to give up their beds to the grandparents, but is that really the most comfortable way for Grandma and Grandpa to get any rest?

    Timeshare rentals are spacious accommodations that offer separate bedrooms, a living area, and even a kitchen for early morning coffee, late night hot milk, and snacking for kids. Families with young children will find staying in a timeshare rental less stressful than trying to meld into another household. And senior family members will certainly appreciate the peace and quiet of their own place when it's bedtime. You can even save money by sharing a timeshare rental (they sleep up to 8) with more relatives visiting from out-of-town.

  2. House Hunting
    If you're planning a move to any where other than the town where you currently live, you'll be involved in the often frustrating logistics of looking for a new house and needing to find a place to stay while doing it. A timeshare rental is the perfect answer. You'll have plenty of time to work with the realtor, the cost is less than staying in hotel rooms, and the home-away-from-home atmosphere will go a long way toward keeping you relaxed and more able to deal with the inevitable stresses of house hunting.

    Bonuses are the resort amenities that are included in the cost of the timeshare rental. Instead of going back to a cramped hotel room after an exhausting day looking at houses, you'll instead be able to take a dip in a refreshing pool, work off tension with some games of tennis, soak in your own personal whirlpool tub, or even let loose with karaoke at an on-site nightclub - all right outside your door.

  3. Weddings
    You already know that renting a timeshare is a great way to have a honeymoon - budget-friendly and at an exotic locale. But also consider using timeshare rentals in your own area for out-of-town wedding guests. Family and friends who have to come in from out of town to attend your wedding and special activities obviously need a place to stay. By renting timeshares you can give lodging to groups of people per each accommodation. The attached resort's amenities also give the guests activities to enjoy in between wedding events, without you having to take the time to be a social planner.

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