In Hawaii Business, today’s byline says it all: “Nobody is building stand alone hotels in Hawaii anymore because timeshares pay off sooner and return visitors are almost guaranteed – without further marketing.”
There are a lot of ways a Hawaii timeshare beats a hotel in Hawaii. Occupancy rate for example. Hawaii timeshares average about 90 percent occupancy. Hotels? 66 percent.
Timeshare visitors stay longer, spend more money, need less incentive to travel there, and are more likely to return.
From the timeshare owners standpoint, you get far more out of a timeshare than by staying in a hotel. Large luxury accommodations, top shelf service, and consistently reports of a better vacation experience than those who stay in a hotel.
What kind of deals can you find for timeshares in Hawaii? You can buy Marriott, Westin, Sheraton, Wyndham, Hilton, Disney, or Hyatt timeshares all across the islands at a discount when you buy timeshare on the resale market.
Why pay a retail price when you can buy timeshare resales? It is not even a matter of “used” versus “new”. Take a minute to check out some of these great deals on The Westin Kaanapali Ocean Resort Villas, Marriott’s Kauai Beach Club Timeshares, Marriott’s Maui Ocean Club, Sands of Kahana Vacation Club, or the Kaanapali Beach Vacation Resort.
Even though timeshares account for a small percent of Hawaii vacation lodging, it is growing while the hotels are not building.