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Barrie, Canada
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timeshare vs hotel

is staying at a timeshare better than a hotel

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1. Re: timeshare vs hotel

Depends. If you don't get comped rooms in Las Vegas and the prices of the hotels are to expensive, than a timeshare may be for you. I don't care for timeshares because I don't care to waste my or the sales reps time when I know I am not going to buy anything anyway.

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we have a timeshare with hilton and have stayed at ballys and bellagio, timeshare has kitchen and laundry facilities, hotels have the casinos. imo i prefer the timeshare. 6 of one and half dozen of the other.

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Depends where the timeshare is in relation to the strip, whether you are renting a car or not, how long you are staying and if you want the amenities of washer/dryer/kitchen. If its no where near the strip and you dont have a rental car, its not really worth it, IMO.

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You can always book a timeshare apartment as if it was a hotel room.

I've been to the Grandview, and was really pleased.

I'm going back this year, actually.

The only problem is the distance to the Strip. for that matter, I've also booked a room at the Flamingo for a few days of my stay.

The good part of the timeshare, as they already told you, is that you have your own full apartment. So if you don't feel like eating out, you can do your shopping and cook there as a cheaper option.

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