Merrimack, NH (PRWEB) February 22, 2008
As spring break looms and an increased number of travelers decide to rent a timeshare property for the duration of their trip, hotel business continues to see its market dim. Whether the destination is Cancun, Daytona Beach, Las Vegas or anywhere in between, those searching for lodging online are finding a more financially-friendly option at Buyatimeshare.com -- timeshare rental.
"It makes perfect sense from a financial standpoint, especially when you consider that a vast majority of spring breakers are college students on a limited budget," says Wes Kogelman, co-owner of Buyatimeshare.com.
His partner, Jason Hamilton, continues to explain that timeshare resorts are also a good option because of their proximity to local attractions. "The developers know what they're doing. Each property is situated near tourism epicenters of the world, with everything from fine dining and shopping to beaches and nightclubs right outside your door." Most people would be willing to pay more for a great location for their spring break excursion, but Buyatimeshare.com says you don't have to.
Why is renting a vacation property at Buyatimeshare.com so much easier on your wallet? Not only are rental fees lower per week than most hotels, but the pricing is sometimes negotiable. In addition, it is common to see groups of four or more traveling together for the spring break holiday, and splitting the rental fee greatly reduces your individual contribution.
With room for between 4 and sometimes 8 guests, timeshare resort suites are spacious and accommodating. Most are decked out with special features like a television in every room, DVD players, full-scale gourmet-style kitchens, private balconies and split-plan bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms.
"The cost of renting a similarly-equipped hotel room for 7 nights would be an outrageous fortune to most people in general, let alone most students," says Kogelman. "With a timeshare rental, you get all the space you need and the privacy you want, but for a fraction of what you'd expect."
With less of their funds being spent on lodging this year, some students may choose a more exotic locale. "You'd be pleasantly surprised at what you can get for your money when you rent a timeshare, especially in financially-driven spring break locations like Mexico and Hawaii," says Hamilton.
The Royal Caribbean and The Palace Resort, both in Cancun, will likely see a spike in occupancy this year, along with Pueblo Bonito Rose Spa and Resort and The Cabo Villas Beach Resort, both in Cabo San Lucas. Mexico has been a trendy destination for spring break revelers for years, and now even more vacationers will be able to afford a trip south of the border. Another hot spot that will soon be within everyone's reach is Hawaii. Resorts like Marriott's Kauai Beach Club in Kauai and the Royal Hawaiian Adventure Club in Honolulu boast beaches, shops and restaurants steps away, all at relatively frugal prices.
Buyatimeshare.com also showcases vacation properties located in spring break failsafes like Lake Havasu in Arizona, Breckenridge and Vail in Colorado, Daytona, Miami and Orlando in Florida, and Las Vegas, to name a few. "Wherever it is that you want to go, you're guaranteed to find a comfortable, centrally-located, and affordable timeshare for rent at Buyatimeshare.com," states Kogelman.
At prices well below those of local area hotels, you'll find more amenities, a better location, and more private rooms. As the word gets out, occupancy rises, creating welcome competition. Students working with a limited income will soon discover that the trip of their dreams is attainable after all. "This is the way to go as far as anyone's budget is concerned," says Hamilton. "Buyatimeshare.com makes it so easy to search and book spring break listings, you can't afford not to do it."