Tug Review Crew
- Jun 5, 2007
- Reaction score
- Houston, TX
**Hyatt is adding some great locations.. Siesta Keys recently, Miami, and now a NEW Maui location is being built!!**I missed this first time around. I looked into HGVC, SVO and Hyatt seriously but not Marriott since they are only a weeks program.
My rankings are:
1. Hyatt - Pros great points program allowing you to book partial weeks i.e. 3 day weekend or lower points 2 or 4 day weekdays. I love KW properties and Carmel and had heard great things about other locations Cons: not as many locations as the others.
I never setup a poll... back when I started the post I am not sure there was the option, I would just tally the numbers every few months. We should start a new poll and see where things are now for voting.Was this ever a poll at one point? Seems some of the early threads indicate this may have been a poll, but I don't see it. Perhaps it was removed when transferred to Xenforo?
We own Hyatt, Marriott and Hilton. None of the hotel based systems have the quality of resorts that Hyatt does. Siesta Key, Aspen, Park Hyatt Beaver Creek, Maui and Sunset Harbor are amazing resorts. Some of them would be above 5 star or 5 Diamond. My only complaint with Hyatt is limited locations. Marriott has nice properties and lots of locations. They also have activities that are very good at most resorts. Hilton has the best website and booking sytem. We love to be able to book 12 nights or more and stay in the same room. We also love Vegas and Hilton has several properties there. Starwood has nice properties. Second to Hyatt. Overall I rank them 1-Hyatt, 2-Hilton, 3-Marriott and 4-Starwood.
Great job, Brian--and thanks so much! One could quibble with certain particulars here and there, but this is an excellent snapshot of the diverse and varied timeshare systems and provides a shorthand comparison of the various systems. Well done!wanted to update this thread to include the "new" chart for comparison we have created to update this very old chart!