Hyatt Ka’anapali Beach Opens in Maui

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The newest timeshare resort property from Hyatt has recently opened on the Hawaiian island of Maui. Hyatt Ka’anapali Beach is a new destination for Hyatt Residence Club members to exchange and visit. The new resort is open for guests now, and those interested in the new property may purchase vacation ownership today.

Hyatt Ka’anapali Beach is located right on the beach of Maui, and offers a wide variety of amenities for guests including a beachfront bar, lagoon pool, and infinity pool. One-, two-, and three-bedroom units are offered with full kitchens, lanais, TVs, and sleeper sofas. Guests may visit the next door Hyatt Regency Maui to enjoy the restaurants, pool, and spa.

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What’s To Come: 2015 Timeshare News Preview

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It looks as if 2015 will be an eventful year for the timeshare industry, with several new resorts slated to open. Whether you’re an owner planning your next vacation, or you’re on the hunt for the perfect timeshare, you’ll want to keep an eye out for these exciting new timeshare resorts and projects in the coming year. Read more timeshare news for 2015 and beyond.

Wyndham to Expand to Southeast Asia

The world’s largest hotel operator, Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, plans to introduce its timeshare business in southeast Asia by the end of 2014.

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7-Day Itinerary: Planning Your San Francisco Vacation

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California’s beloved, sparkling city of San Francisco offers a myriad of attractions, entertainment, and sightseeing opportunities for travelers. But with so much to see in so little time, how do you determine which activities make the cut? We’ve attempted to make this tough decision a little easier for your with our San Francisco vacation guide.

Day 1: Hit the Streets Running

Check into your suite, head back out to the city streets, and jump right onto an iconic San Francisco cable car. These historic cars are a part of the last manually operated cable car system in the world, and provide the perfect transportation to take you sightseeing through the famous downtown areas on your first day in the city. Take the three remaining routes to Fisherman’s Wharf, Union Square, and California Street to discover endless shopping and dining opportunities. Visit Ghirardelli Square, Pier 39, and Union Square attractions. To explore the entirety of the San Francisco on your first day, also opt to take a 49-mile scenic drive around this charming city to get a little taste for everything it has to offer.

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Last Minute Timeshare Rentals to Kick Off the New Year

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Does the cold weather have you feeling down? Do you plan on taking a much-needed relaxing vacation once the holiday festivities are over? 2015 is quickly approaching, and SellMyTimeshareNow.com has found you some top-notch resorts to ring in the new year in style and comfort — and all at incredible prices.

So why wait? Give yourself the ultimate holiday present — the getaway of your dreams. Find adventure, tranquility, and whatever else you desire, while retreating to your low-cost, well-appointed accommodations each night. The only real question is: where would you like to go?

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Understanding Timeshare Maintenance Fees

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Whether you are considering vacation ownership or you are already an owner, it is important to understand your timeshare maintenance fees. It is best to learn about these costs before buying a timeshare, so you can make an educated decision about this major, long-term purchase. To owners looking for a better understanding of their maintenance fees—it’s never too late to learn! Below, we’ve answered essential questions regarding maintenance fees.

Why Do I Have to Pay a Timeshare Maintenance Fee?

Resort operations costs are allocated among all owners at that resort by way of an annual maintenance fee. Most resorts schedule these fees to be due annually, but some may require them monthly, quarterly, or biannually. You can compare the cost of your timeshare maintenance fee to the costs of owning your home or car, both of which need regular maintenance and repairs. If you own a condo or have owned one in the past, you may also be familiar with homeowners’ association fees, which operate similarly to timeshare maintenance fees.

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