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Marriott beach place towers - 1br tax?

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We have a week as a honeymoon gift to Marriott beach place in ft. Lauderdale, in a 1 br. I wanted to give the honeymooners a gift certificate to cover the tax at checkout, but resort couldn’t help me with the amount. Was hoping someone here has been there recently and could post the amount per day, so I could cover the amount for the 7 night II stay.
 

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There is no tax that I am aware of. There is a nightly parking fee if they have a car.
 

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There is no tax that I am aware of. There is a nightly parking fee if they have a car.
I just assumed there was a daily tax everywhere. in Maui, the 2br MM1 is $21.25/day
 

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I just assumed there was a daily tax everywhere. in Maui, the 2br MM1 is $21.25/day


I stayed there in November on an Interval International exchange and can confirm there is no nightly tax on exchanges. I recognize Hawaii does have a nightly tax on timeshares to generate revenue, but most other states do not.

Now, if you were to stay at BeachPlace on a nightly basis (and not ownership week or exchange week or points stay) then you would be paying a nightly room Hotel tax.

Try to avoid parking on site if you can. It will cost a daily fee, and you really don't need a car there. Additionally, the parking garage is extremely difficult to navigate and a real pain in the butt...... The poorest designed garage that I have ever experienced.




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I stayed there in November on an Interval International exchange and can confirm there is no nightly tax on exchanges. I recognize Hawaii does have a nightly tax on timeshares to generate revenue, but most other states do not.

Now, if you were to stay at BeachPlace on a nightly basis (and not ownership week or exchange week or points stay) then you would be paying a nightly room Hotel tax.

Try to avoid parking on site if you can. It will cost a daily fee, and you really don't need a car there. Additionally, the parking garage is extremely difficult to navigate and a real pain in the butt......




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Thank you. This is the info I was looking for. We own worldmark and there is daily tax on many resorts outside of Hawaii.
 
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