Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Rent a Timeshare for Holiday House Guests

If you have a large family and everyone is descending your way for the holidays, why not rent them a timeshare? Timeshares are available across the United States and there is sure to be one close to your city that offers all the comforts of home, especially if your home is too small to accommodate sleeping arrangements for up to eight people!

A timeshare will allow your family and guests ample space to spread out and with all the extra room, no one will be in each other’s way when the hustle and bustle of the holidays tapers off and everyone needs some downtime. Depending on the number of guests you expect, there is a timeshare that is just the right size. When browsing for timeshare rentals available, you’ll see the listing shown with the number of bedrooms in the unit. The bedrooms are almost always actual rooms off of the main living area. A studio or hotel-style accommodation would be listed as having zero bedrooms, for example. Most timeshares are equipped with sleeper sofas, so, a one-bedroom will usually sleep four people comfortably, a two-bedroom sleeps six and a three-bedroom sleeps eight.

So, this year, make the holidays a little less hectic and give everyone a little more room (and their own bed) to be well rested and energized for the many days of festive family events.


  1. Anonymous12:17 PM

    This is the Best idea I've heard in years!

  2. Anonymous12:46 PM

    Whenever we visit "Grandma and Grandpa" we rent a nearby timeshare. Since we have younger kids I know my parents appreciate not having them underfoot. And it doesn't cost much since we get such really good bargains through

  3. Anonymous6:39 PM

    What a great way to save one's sanity. I'm definitely going to look into this.

  4. Anonymous10:01 AM

    This article prompted us to think of giving a week at a timeshare near us (we live in Florida) as the Christmas present for our son and daughter-in-law and grandkids. They'll love the experience at the resort, and we'll still get to see them. Thanks for the great tip.

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