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Hyatt Club Use Rental?

Oregone

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Hi, any advice on renting my timeshare week that was acquired during Hyatt's Club Use period? I called them and was told this is a no no. So they won't issue a guest certificate or confirm the rental in my (potential) renter's name. And I'm not sure what they'd do when the renter showed up. Does anyone know a way around this? What would you do/say to make a renter confident in the transaction? Thanks for any help.
 

AJCts411

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Maybe the Hyatt no is based upon how you acquired the use. I know of several owners who rent their deeded weeks.
 

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Thanks for the reply. In this case I exchanged my fixed week, within Hyatt at the same resort, for a different week but now find I can't use it. So this is not my deeded week.
 

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So you are renting a week you received via internal Hyatt exchange, and Hyatt is saying that you cannot rent weeks obtained that way, correct? If so, I think you have your answer -- you can't rent out that week. Just like RCI or II members are not allowed to rent out weeks they receive as an exchange.

Kurt
 

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If you cannot redeposit it into Hyatt, join TUG for $15 and you can list it as a distressed week and possibly exchange with another TUG member for a different week. No cash can change hands. Read the sticky for details.
 
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