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Old Feb 12, 04, 1:50 pm
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Old Feb 23, 15, 2:34 pm
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Anyone Not Using Their HGVC Timeshare Invite

I've received invites to do the HGVC tour before but I wasn't traveling when I got them. Of course when I plan to go to Vegas I can't get one & when I called they said they don't sell them directly over the phone. Anyone received an invite to do a tour lately that they don't want to use or know how to get one?
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Old Feb 23, 15, 5:10 pm
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I don't plan on using mine but I don't know if they allow transferring of reservations considering the qualification screening requirements.
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Old Feb 23, 15, 9:39 pm
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I don't plan on using mine but I don't know if they allow transferring of reservations considering the qualification screening requirements.
Thanks for responding. I was actually looking for someone who hadn't booked yet. When I called they asked about an offer email or code. I'm not sure if they will allow transferring of reservations either.
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Old Feb 24, 15, 4:55 am
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Try calling reservations to make or change a reservation. The last couple of times I had to call an actual person I got the offer.
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Old Feb 24, 15, 7:43 am
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Agree with YariGuy. Last few times I've called the HHonors line to make a reservation, they asked me if I wanted to stay on the line at the end and listen to an offer (for which they'll give you some bonus points). The offer was for one of those vacation timeshares.
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Old Feb 25, 15, 4:57 am
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I have an offer I am not going to use. Are you still interested?
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Old Feb 27, 15, 7:12 pm
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I have an offer I am not going to use. Are you still interested?
I pmed you.
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Old Sep 4, 15, 2:36 pm
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Las Vegas - any decent hotels?

Currently planning a road trip for my 50th!

It looks like we will be in or around Las Vegas on the date of my birthday.

I am not into casinos or suchlike however I am sure some fun can be had in the area.

Is there any decent hotels in Vegas that I can stay in to enjoy a decent standard of hospitality?

By the time we reach Vegas we will have stayed in around 30 different Hiltons over around 15 states before we return to LAX for our flight home.

Any suggestions welcome...... (suggestions welcome on anything we should do as well!!)

Thanks!
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Old Sep 4, 15, 2:44 pm
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Each of the Vegas properties has been discussed at some length on FT. Have you reviewed those discussions?
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Old Sep 4, 15, 5:20 pm
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Originally Posted by GentleGiant View Post
Currently planning a road trip for my 50th!

It looks like we will be in or around Las Vegas on the date of my birthday.

I am not into casinos or suchlike however I am sure some fun can be had in the area.

Is there any decent hotels in Vegas that I can stay in to enjoy a decent standard of hospitality?

By the time we reach Vegas we will have stayed in around 30 different Hiltons over around 15 states before we return to LAX for our flight home.

Any suggestions welcome...... (suggestions welcome on anything we should do as well!!)

Thanks!
Sounds like an amazing trip! Not a great deal of choice of Hiltons on the Strip but we like the Elara, which is one of the several Hilton Grand Vacation Resorts in Vegas and is located adjacent to Planet Hollywood. We have stayed in all the HGVC properties in Vegas and have found this to be the best in regard to location and rooms. We like the one bedroom suites which are quite spacious. Sadly as for most HGVC properties, no real benefits other than a couple of bottles of water, faster internet(possibly) and 2000 points for Diamonds. It does have a nice pool and as already mentioned great access to the Strip via Planet Hollywood and the Miracle Mile Shops which has a good choice of restaurants.
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Old Sep 5, 15, 5:24 pm
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If you want just the basics... I have stayed at both Garden Inns in town though I stay at the south strip one more. It is far enough from the casino area that getting in and out from I-15 is super easy. The Henderson location is much farther from I-15 but is a nice property as well.
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Old Sep 5, 15, 5:51 pm
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Originally Posted by UpgradeMe View Post
Each of the Vegas properties has been discussed at some length on FT. Have you reviewed those discussions?
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If you want just the basics... I have stayed at both Garden Inns in town though I stay at the south strip one more.
Love that hotel.
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Old Sep 5, 15, 11:06 pm
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The problem with going through all the hotel topics here is that some of the posts are very old and bear no relevance to a property now 10 years later. I think the OP was looking for help from anyone who had been to the area and maybe enjoyed one or more hotels.

I think all hotels in Vegas are just meh, nothing special.

Hopefully the OP will have a great trip, sounds wonderful.
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Old Sep 6, 15, 7:21 pm
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The homewood suites is at corner of I15 and I215. Sounds like a perfect fit for what you are wanting. It's a good one.
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