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Renting partial week that is owned


Tug Review Crew
TUG Member
Jun 6, 2005
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Much to my surprise I was able to do a LO split and reserve my unit halves back to back for Pres week & and the week after. The only problem is, I can only use Sun - Wed of the 2nd week.

Wll Marriott allow me to rent a partial week Wed-Sun, that I own?


Dave M

TUG Lifetime Member
Jun 16, 2004
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Sun City Hilton Head, SC
If you own it, you can rent it. A day, several days or the entire week.

Arrange for a full cleaning on the turnover day. Best is to meet with the new renter when they take over to get them to sign for a full inventory of utensils, dishware, etc.

Check out with Marriott when you leave, making sure that Marriott knows your renter is authorized to occupy the unit. Have the renter formally check in with Marriott, which will require a credit card imprint.