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Aruba - has anybody stayed at the Renaissance? Wondering about fees in an interval exchange.

carpie99

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Does anybody have experience with the fees at the Renaissance? I see the $10.29 each night and $10 one time charge ... are their other changes like these utility/energy surcharges?

Fee Advisements
REQUIRED SURCHARGES (energy, accommodations/occupancy tax, bed tax, fees or other miscellaneous) ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OCCUPANT AND ARE PAYABLE DIRECTLY TO THE RESORT. Surcharges are subject to change without notice.

Government timeshare tax, per unit, per night: USD 10.29.
You are responsible for imposed utility/energy surcharges, occupancy or similar taxes, service charges, telephone connection fees, long distance phone charges, personal charges, and applicable amenities usage, housekeeping or resort fees.

Resort parking is typically limited to one car per unit. A parking fee may be charged. Some resorts may have no on-site parking, requiring the use of an alternate off-site facility at an additional fee. Prior arrangements must be made for parking trailers, boats, motorcycles or any type of recreational vehicle (usually at an off-site location).

Guests are responsible for payment of a government imposed environment levy, assessed on all units one time per stay. Levy per unit, per week: Studio, USD 10; one bedroom,USD 15; two or more bedrooms, USD 25.
 

dsexton

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We absolutely love the Renaissance. Stayed there a couple years ago and booked for Oct next year as well. I believe the fees you listed are correct. I don’t recall any others. Also I believe they have free parking and plenty of it. Enjoy !
 

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The total amount for the fees for 1 week at the Renaissance is $113.63.
And yes the parking is free.
 
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