We write a lot about travel, about tourism, about vacations. We found this article (with lots of pretty photos!) we really like that makes the distinction between “traveler” and “tourist” unequivocally clear. We’ve done a lot of traveling, our folks at Premier Timeshare Resale. And by a lot, I mean in excess of twenty countries and all fifty states combined. We’ve traveled more than 25,000 miles this year alone, traipsing across our homeland’s natural landscapes, metropolitan cityscapes, and passing through foreign borders in every cardinal direction since January of 2013 just to go.
We do trains, cabs, boats, planes, trolleys and buses, mopeds and even a mule once or twice. But we also know that as important as getting there is where we lay our tired bodies at the end of the day. Tent, cabins, and fluffy four poster beds in luxury suites. In fact, some of the world’s best beds have been found in New York City, Las Vegas, and across Westin Properties in San Francisco, Savannah and Boston.
So maybe you’re a traveler with dancing feet, or maybe you like your several-star rated comfort resorts. Maybe both. Check out some of the favorite destinations and their timeshare resorts for resale—the Premier Timeshare Resale staff picks, below:
Park City, Utah. Yeah we love it here for the Marriott’s Mountainside, the Summit Watch, and the several fractional ownership properties available in a location that’s often overlooked as affordable, but is always sleek and sassy.
Hilton Head, South Carolina. It’s not just for the DC Democrats (or Republicans, for that matter)—it’s a fun-filled family destination that boasts sea breezes, one Disney and no less than eight Marriott Vacation Club timeshares. Heavenly.
Newport Beach, California. Sure, you may be more familiar with the O.C. or Arrested Development’s boardwalk banana stand, but it’s a high-class warm weather year round spot that claims ocean breezes and proximity to Los Angeles and Disneyland. Marriott’s Newport Coast Villas have been a featured hotspot in the past, and for good reason: they rock.
Days are still getting shorter, but our travel-longings longer. If you’re planning your vacation today, we want to hear about it! Inspire us all, and share your favorite timeshare resort or beach spot of 2013.
Good news, Marriott timeshare owners, and no lie and no scam! We have received flurries of inquiries for Marriott’s Newport Coast Villas. Buyers with wads of cash in their hands (or funds ready to be wired from their bank accounts, whichever) have been knocking down our doors and clamoring through our windows and demanding Newport Coast inventories.
And there’s no wonder why. Whether your frame of reference for Newport Beach consists of scenes from Arrested Development and The O.C. or dates back to 1906 when it was incorporated as a city in Orange County, California, your mental images are probably ones of leisure and luxury.
A true hot spot, Newport Beach answers visitors’ requests for pretty much every upscale harbor, golf, shopping, and dining activity imaginable. A three-mile long boardwalk for people watching, an adjacent beach for surfing, and the largest recreational boat harbor on the U.S. west coast, makes the waterfront in Newport Beach a popular destination for sailing, fishing, rowing, kayaking, and paddleboarding. Or if you want a slower pace on the ocean, the celebrity home tours will drift you past the opulence of the residents with a cool beverage in-hand. Don’t leave out the eleven sailing and yacht clubs when you’re counting up fun thing to marvel at.
Outdoorsy types rejoice in the hiking, mountain biking, bird-watching, camping and fishing opportunities nearby, and nearby courses rank among the Golf Digest America’s 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses. Farmer’s markets are an added draw to the supporters of local agriculture and the slow-food movement. And Fashion Island, a shopping and entertainment complex, and nightclubs reel in visitors interested in haute couture and getting glimpses of partying celebrities.
Plus, while the rest of the nation endures droughts and blazingly hot temperatures, record snowpack that won’t melt, or hurricanes and tornadoes—seriously—it’s no wonder that people are opting for a stay in Marriott’s Newport Coast Villas, where the year-round temperature stays right about 70 degrees.
And the resort? Marriott Newport Coast Villas offers access to all these things. But you already knew that—that’s why you’re asking us for Marriott Newport Coast Villas to buy resale. But our question is: do the owners know that? If you’ve been on the fence about selling a Marriott Newport Coast Villas timeshare, act now. Marriott’s stock are rising, and so are the prices that you can get for one of these hot spot properties. Talk to one of our agents today about what how much we can get you for Marriott Newport Coast Villa—we’re not kidding when we say we have buyers ready to shell out the dough. Now we just need Marriott Newport Coast Villas OWNERS to take the money and run! (or reinvest, whatever your fancy).