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Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Kings Creek Timeshare Resorts In Williamsburg Virginia
We decided to spend the afternoon over at Kings Creek Timeshare Resorts over in Williamsburg yesterday, Monday, September 20th, 2010. The resort has been under development for over 10 years now next to Water Country, USA on route 199. Development is expected to go on for another 1o years according to the sales team. Situated on a very picturesque setting and close to everything yet at the same time, isolated enough to keep the community private, this place has a lot going for it. 5 pools are presently built on the property with one of them being an indoor pool. Tennis courts, basketball court, an outdoor food court and a complete workout room. Wifi throughout the entire property. The houses here are beautiful.
Coming very soon are more outdoor pools, another indoor pool, a 2,500 seat amphitheater, restaurants and children's playgrounds. Activities are held every day so there is never a shortage of things to do at the resort. There is also a full day spa and hair salon too. We did take the sales tour as it is the best way to learn about the entire property. (Okay, we know you are waiting to see if we bought..... we are not telling). Having worked many years ago in the timeshare industry and with experience in both deed weeks as well as points, the folks at King's Creek have a very refreshing approach to how they are marketing this property.
Deeded weeks were thought to have gone out with the stone age in the timeshare industry, but not here at King's Creek. Deeded weeks are the only way you buy your vacation home. The tax and financial benefits make much more sense this way. Hats off to the management and owners of this resort as they have developed a way to split your home, from a one week unit into a three week unit by the way they lay out the houses. The house we were looking at was a two story 3 way split home with 4 and a half total bathrooms, 4 bedrooms, 3 sleeper sofas and 3 full kitchens. Each of the first floor units had private decks. The TV's were LCD's with DVD players in each unit. Also to our surprise, the resort supplies both laundry detergent as well as dishwasher detergent.
Instead of this resort using RCI for banking and exchanging your timeshare home, they use the very exclusive Interval International network. They are also tied into ICE which is a membership into the cruise ship industry where you exchange points for discounted rates on cruises or bank one or all of your weeks with ICE in exchange for an incredible cruise or multiple cruises. King's Creek is one of the top 25 resorts in sales in the nation. Beat out last year for the number one spot by a much larger company with incredibly deep pockets. (That does say a lot).
In the past I wasn't a very big fan of the timeshare industry. But having done a lot more traveling in the past year and knowing what present costs are, timeshares are making a lot more sense now than ever before. Especially considering the way that the folks over at King's Creek have laid out their program. CLICK HERE to visit their site. You can also rent out any one of these timeshare units anytime as long as they have the openings. These are much nicer than the local hotel rooms so you won't go wrong.
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