Following the massive merger with Starwood that was officially finalized earlier in 2016, Marriott has reorganized its brands into two distinct categories. For Marriott Vacation Club owners, the change is of little significance. Prospective owners, however, will want to get acquainted with the all-new Classic and Distinctive categories.
The addition of the former Starwood brands—including Sheraton, Westin, and St. Regis—has resulted in Marriott being the owner of 30 different brands, prompting the hotelier to reorganize their catalogue. The new categories serve to simplify the guest experience and give prospective guests and timeshare owners an immediate idea of what each property offers.
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Each year, maintenance fees are billed to timeshare owners around the world, usually in the month of January. With the new year approaching in just a few weeks, many bills for 2017 maintenance fees will be approaching as well. Seasoned timeshare owners will likely already know what this means—an increase in the yearly costs paid by owners to cover updates or renovations at their resort, as well as operations and taxes. However, some owners may find the results of their 2017 surprising due to hurricanes and other significant events. We’ve got all the information you need to know on timeshare annual dues for 2017 right here at SellMyTimeshareNow.com.
Major Brand Timeshare Maintenance Fees
Owners at resorts belonging to famous brands like Disney, Marriott, Hilton, Wyndham, and others can generally expect an increase of several percentage points for their fees and dues next year. While specific fees typically differ by individual resort, timeshare owners at the brands below can expect the following:
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