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Wyndham Nassau Resort [Questions]

nelson84

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I just called the resort regarding a possible upgrade from a studio to a one bedroom. They said that for a "fee" we could arrange it at check in. But she was unable to tell me the amount of the fee.

Do any of you wonderful timesharers know the approx amount of the fee and if it's worth it?






Also if any of you have stayed there I would love to hear what you think of the resort. We are travelling with 2 adults 3 kids aged 2-4-6.

Thanks!
 

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Wyndham Nassau Resort Speed of Waterslide

Does anyone know if the waterslide is super speedy meant only for great swimmers? Or can small children use it too. Ages 4 and 6

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If you join TUG, you can access the TUG members only reviews for this resort. Link - TUG Resort Databases in red bar at top of page.
 
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Does anyone know if the waterslide is super speedy meant only for great swimmers? Or can small children use it too. Ages 4 and 6
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If they can swim and are 'comfortable' in the water, they'll be fine.
 

pranas

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I believe you can stand at the bottom and caught them if you want. We didn't use it when we there last summer but it really wasn't that high. It looked like it was built for kids not adults. We had a one bedroom corner unit with very nice floor to ceiling windows and a wrap around balcony, but there was no kitchen, just a small refrigerator. We asked for a microwave which the RHC rep delivered himself. I wouldn't want to stay in a one room suite with two children.
 

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Please forgive the ignorance, but what is the Wyndham Nassau? I don't see it on the Wyndham timeshare pages, is this a hotel versus a timeshare?

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