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Questions re: Club Intrawest sales process

Discussion in 'All Other Timeshare Systems' started by ZDJ, May 24, 2006.

  1. ZDJ

    ZDJ TUG Member

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    Hi All,
    Question for those of you with CI experience: When you went on your discovery stay, what type of accomodation were you put in? At Whistler were you placed in a Intrawest-developed, non-timeshare unit? (i.e., a condo that was utilizing the Intrawest rental program)? I'm definitely interested in the Whistler location, but want to make sure I know what I'm getting into.
    Thanks,
    ZDJ
     
  2. tashamen

    tashamen TUG Review Crew: Veteran TUG Member

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    In case you aren't aware of it, CI owners have no "home" resort, so if you buy CI points they're not specifically for Whistler.

    Sorry I can't help you with the rest of your question as we never went on a discovery stay. We have some friends who did that at the Mont Tremblant location, and they were put up in one of the other Intrawest-owned properties there and not at Club Intrawest. I think that's pretty common to those deals at many timeshares.
     
  3. Bill4728

    Bill4728 Moderator

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    When you stay, you'll be put in several different kinds of rooms depending on what time of year you visit. You may stay in a hotel or Condo in town during the peak demand season for the clubs rooms. But during slower demand times you may be given a room at the club location.

    Please read the TUG advice for club Intrawest on the TUG advice page. Link here

    Good Luck
     
  4. OnMedic

    OnMedic TUG Member

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    We did the discovery last year in Tremblant for an affordable anniverary weekend away. As mentioned, there is no home resort so everyone has the same reservation window for all the resorts.

    We stayed at one of the intrawest branded Condo-Hotels. It was very nice, and in fact we are now considering purchasing a quarter at the resort which we stayed. Part of the CI sales pitch was that if you upgrade to any intrawest product in the future, your CI could be traded in for full credit. I am not sure if that includes buying resale...?
     

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