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Interval's Las Vegas Timeshares

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Interval's Las Vegas Timeshares

I am starting early because I know how hard it is to get a place in the Las Vegas area for the two of us in Mid April 2013 for two weeks. I would appreciate info on the following resorts of which I should consider and those which I should stay away from. I am looking for comfort near the strip so we do not need a car and as upscale as I can get. But in a safe area, we do not mind walking looking for good restaurants close to action without being on top of it. Here are my choices: The Carriage House, Club de Soleil, Elera Hilton Grand, Marriott's Grand Chateau,Monarch Grand Cancun Resort,Polo Towers,Worldmark Las Vegas on Las Vegas Boulevard, Westgate Flamingo Bay

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1. Re: Interval's Las Vegas Timeshares

Look at any of the Seigel Suites locations for good pricing for the 2 weeks. Many are near the strip and have good reviews.

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2. Re: Interval's Las Vegas Timeshares

Trip the only thing I seen about Seigel Suites was this

and most of the reviews say avoid avoid avoid

tripadvisor.ca/Hotel_Review-g45963-d275326-R…

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3. Re: Interval's Las Vegas Timeshares

If they own a timeshare, they probably don't have unlimited options. That's why they can't stay in a real hotel.

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4. Re: Interval's Las Vegas Timeshares

Although not on your list, we like staying at Tahiti Village which is an Interval International Time Share. It has a free shuttle from the resort to the strip that has decent hours. The swimming pools are great - one is a large swimming pool with part of it being a sandy beach; the other pool is a circular wave pool (ride inner tubes around it), a 24 hour large jacuzzi spa. There are two restaurants on site - one a Dennys and the other Tahiti Joes. Tahiti Joes also serves cocktails, beer, and there is a weekly resort party there as well.

http://www.tahitivillage.com/index.aspx

The rooms are large - outside patios, comfortable king beds, washer/dryer and large kitchens. The best thing we like is the jacuzzi tub and the luxurious steam shower in the bathroom (yeah - we do seem to take long steamy showers enjoying each day....sometimes more than once). Smile.

While its probably not what you are looking for just wanted to mention it in case you have trouble getting the resorts you want on Interval.

Friends of ours have stayed at the Polo Towers and although the condos are not as nice as Tahiti Village, they really like the central location to the strip.

Rhode Island
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5. Re: Interval's Las Vegas Timeshares

Any info on the properties listed in my original post. I heard the Marriott is about the best. Any info would be appreciated on my resort list

thanks

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6. Re: Interval's Las Vegas Timeshares

I realize that Jockey Club is NOT on your list, but we really liked our stay there. If it is on your list it is right between Cosmo and Bellagio. The rooms are nice, but only half of the rooms have views of the fountains. The beds were very comfy. I wish I knew about the other properties.I do know that Tahiti Village and Worldmark are far from the strip.

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7. Re: Interval's Las Vegas Timeshares

If you are so knowledgeable about your list, please explain why you put down the properties you did. Also, it sounds like you already made a decision. Next time post your question in the Time Share portion as sharing with you about good properties is just a waste of time. Have fun - wherever you end up.

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8. Re: Interval's Las Vegas Timeshares

I am an owner at Polo Towers and enjoy staying there. The location is good with a short walk to Planet Hollywood or MGM. The Marriott is next door and from what I've heard is a bit nicer then Polo, but not much since the upgrade to the towers I & II. I prefer tower II high floor for a view of the strip. I watched as the Planet Hollywood towers (now Elara) was being built and I would give that a try if possible as it is connected to the Miracle Mile shops attached to the PH casino which works for me as I found myself in that casino every night when I stay at Polo.

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I am affiliated with Interval International and looking at there choices for Las Vegas I chose which I thought were the better ones. I was looking for help in gathering information on the resorts I listed to make my decision easier. I had also looked at the Jockey Club and Polo towers and Tahiti Village

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10. Re: Interval's Las Vegas Timeshares

While I'm sure many people favor the timeshare properties, I'm not a fan, esp in Vegas. I enjoy the amenities of numerous on site restaurants, shopping, spas, entertainment etc all under one roof (granted a large roof, lol). With so many hotels offering such options within a short distance it has never made sense to me to book a timeshare type property. I love waking up in the middle of the night, being able to throw on some clothes and a baseball cap and take a short elevator ride downstairs for a drink or a bite to eat or to gamble a little while. I can stay in a condo anywhere.