In the Bluegreen Points system there is no cleaning fee unless you are a Premier Member and extend your stay with some free days that are in another unit. If your free time is in the same unit there is no cleaning fee. Solara Surfside has a fee for valet parking. That is the only BG parking fee I know of. Some resorts have a fee for the in room safe.I'm in the mist of buying a timeshare.
This is a new one on me "cleaning fee"
Can someone spell out all the hidden costs to me.
RCI Points vacations which are less than 7 nights - the resort you are staying at may charge you a cleaning fee as they will be possibly cleaning the unit twice in the same 7 day week ... you stay for 3 nights and someone else's stay for 3 nights. Collect by resort.
I was charged a cleaning fee in the vicinity of $50 for a 2 BR. The amazing thing is the check-out policies basically had the occupant doing most of the cleaning anyway (i.e. empty trash, strip the sheets from the beds, etc.). I figure that the resort at most spent 1/2 hour doing the "extra" cleaning.
Cleaning Fee, Parking Fee, Maintenance fee. and god knows what else??
Are timeshares really worth it.
Yes timeshares are worth it to many people, but not everyone. But that's a discussion for another time and place.
Your description of "cleaning" the unit seems to apply to Wyndham & DVC among many others - superficial of the obvious in 30 40 minutes.
For timeshares a good cleaning takes 2 hours or more. There are dishes to wash, floors to mop/vacuum, 2 or 3 baths to thoroughly clean, counter tops & appliances to clean & polish, dusting lamps, tables, dressers, etc, the obvious trash, linens and more. 30 minutes isn't going to do it although far too many hotels/timeshares think it does thus the questionable conditions you tend to find far too often on arrival.