Timeshare Rentals Offer Big Hotel Savings
Renting a resort room from an individual timeshare owner side-steps hotel’s standard rack room rates and even beats the prices of popular travel deal sites like Expedia and Priceline.
Today, timeshares are expansive, premium resorts from trusted, global brands such as Disney, Hilton, Marriott, Hyatt, Westin, Sheraton, Wyndham, and regional chains such as the Caribbean's Divi Resorts.
Recently they featured a similar listing at Hacienda Del Mar Resort resort in Cabo for $86 a night or $602 for a week’s rental.
Koala, a newer timeshare booking site, verifies all listings and holds rental payment until 24 hours after guest check-in as built-in protection.
For 28 years, Timeshares Only has connected timeshare owners with thousands of savvy travelers looking to book resort rooms at a discount. With a Better Business Bureau Rating of A+, it’s another trusted place to comparison shop.
Trading Places is a timeshare exchange company that facilitates trades for timeshare owners who would like to swap a stay at their resort for another stay at hotels across the country and the globe.
Trading Places Maui
Trading Places Maui, an offshoot of Trading Places, is a Hawaii-specific timeshare exchange company that also offers hotel deals.
DVC-Rental, the longest-running Disney Vacation Club booking company in the U.S., offers rentals across 15 Disney Vacation Club hotels in Orlando, Vero Beach, Hilton Head Island, California, and Oahu.