Vacations are EXPENSIVE!!! I have family in a few different parts of the country, so I can always stay someplace, but it does limit my destination options. But choosing not to stay with family adds a ton of needed $$ to my vacation budget. Hotels are expensive and when staying at a hotel you’re kind of limited as to the amenities that are provided in the room. Hotels are nice if you’re just staying for a day or two. But if you’re staying for an extended vacation and want a few more amenities it can quickly become very expensive. That is where RedWeek.com comes in. RedWeek.com offers timeshare rentals for popular destinations. I’ve been browsing the site for a while now and there are time shares available all over the place. There’s really no limit on where you could go on vacation. And a timeshare rental can save you up to 50% off the price of a hotel room.
A timeshare rental offers some great perks. Timeshares are spacious, with separate bedrooms. I know from experience how cramped a hotel room can be with just 5 people. Most of the timeshares I’ve looked at can easily accommodate 6 people. That’s the worst thing about staying in a hotel to me – being cramped. Most timeshares offer full-sized kitchens, which will save tons of money on your food budget. While it’s nice to eat out while your on vacation, eating at a local restaurant three times a day quickly adds up. Plus if you don’t want to get out of your jammies for breakfast it doesn’t really matter – the waitress at the restaurant down the street won’t see you! Many of the resorts that have timeshares offer activities – tennis, arcade rooms, miniature golf, classes, BBQs. What hotel have you ever stayed at that offers all that? None that I can think of.
RedWeek.com is one of the easiest sites to use. You can search for a timeshare by location, features, attractions, kid and pet-friendly, or you can search for a specific resort. If you don’t have a specific destination in mind you can browse through the top timeshare rental destinations. There are also a ton of resources on their site. There’s everything from FAQ’s and a timeshare glossary to forums and 3 blogs you can look at to help make a great vacation decision. The people over at RedWeek.com really have a customer focus and have created so many tools that choosing the right vacation for your family couldn’t be easier! And if you have a timeshare you’re not going to use you can post it for rental or exchange on RedWeek.com. It’s a one-stop site for timeshares!
I spent lots of time playing around and searching for a timeshare using all of the different search options. Did you know the Quarter House in Louisiana is a pet-friendly resort? I didn’t. Another thing I learned was how inexpensive a timeshare can make a vacation. I want to go to Australia someday. (I spent way too much time looking at the pictures of the resorts down there.) It’s not as expensive as I thought it would be – how nice would it be to be able to not only go to Australia but to be able to stay in a really nice resort while you’re there? I always figured if I ever got the chance to make it to that side of the world I’d be able to afford to stay in some run down shack of a motel… not a resort! It makes that dream seem that much more attainable
And because I like useless trivia facts I just want to share where the name RedWeek.com comes from. A “red week” is industry lingo for the prime time to own a timeshare. So RedWeek.com is “the best”. I’d never heard the term red week before, so now I know!
I’m going to keep using RedWeek.com to plan my dream vacation! And who knows, maybe with the savings a timeshare can offer my dream vacation won’t be a dream anymore?!?!
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