There are four different types.
This type of timeshare ownership means you have the right to use a particular room type a specific week every year.
Some floating ownerships are specific for high season (AKA Red Weeks) or low season (AKA White Weeks).
Based on your purchase package, owners receive a set number of points a year that act as currency they can use to make resort reservations within their timeshare chain.
instead of just a week or a set amount of points, we hold a larger piece of a specific unit at a particular resort.
With 1,582 timeshare resorts in the U.S. totaling 206,380 units, there is more than one answer to the question “What is a Timeshare Resort?”
While some people may think a timeshare is a small 1970’s resort past its prime, Disney’s Saratoga Springs, Waikiki’s Hilton Hawaiian Village, Marriott’s Ko Olina, Four Seasons Residence Club in California, and other brand name resorts are timeshares.
One of the differences between a hotel and a timeshare is the room itself. I love timeshare traveling because these resorts combine a condo’s space and conveniences with large chain resorts’ amenities and cleanliness standards.