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Choose 2 grid ends in June and there is a note on II website:
Interval is constantly reassessing its business, and at times we determine the need to make changes to our benefits. Choose2 is being suspended as of July 1, 2020 until further notice.
Please check this page for updates, so that you...
Once you are out of quarantine, be prepared for hostility from the locals. If you are an obvious tourist, they may assume you are breaking the quarantine and report you. Then you will have to deal with police and prove your innocence. You will need to carry your "papers" with you.
Keep your boarding pass to show when you arrived. I was stopped by police and I had to show papers with my arrival date proving I was not breaking the quarantine. There were police checkpoints on the roads, police raids on beaches and "friendly" locals happily reporting "suspicious" tourists.
Is it Westin Flex or Sheraton Flex? Sheraton Flex has zero value and will be very difficult, if not impossible, to get rid of. There are much cheaper ways to get StarOptions by buying a mandatory resale week.
My 3 Waiohai weeks were coded OV, IV, IV in II, but after the first "bad" OV week I noticed the second and third weeks changed to OV on the Bonvoy website, and they moved us to much better OV for the next 2 weeks. The resort was empty, so all II codes mean nothing.
You will likely be put into...
The week is lost. If it was a weeks owner, and cancelled less than 60 days before check in, then the week is lost and cannot be rescheduled. Marriott may have given the owner a $99 restricted Interval International certificate, but those are useless.
Another annoying development: all my craigslist timeshare rental ads for Hawaii get promptly flagged and removed. That did not happen before the virus. The dates are in December 2020 and in 2021, so I don't think it violates anything? Who goes flagging craigslist postings indiscriminately...
I got a great deal from them with a Hyatt week for $1, all transfer and closing costs paid by them, but they backed out of the deal claiming Hyatt exercised ROFR. Which is a lie that I can prove with public county records. They just abandoned the timeshare, likely when they found out about $650...