The lounge is no longer open. Should management be able to close this without votes from the owners?
I agree. I never received anything about a vote for closing the lounge. Actually, I never got anything about selling some of the property to Marriott, did you? And what happened with the money that they received. I haven't seen anything to show for this other than the use of Marriott's facilities. If there is anyone else that has similar questions or answers to my questions? Please email me at gerardot_anthony@hotmail
What I was told was the gambling license was owned by the developer and since he is no longer o site daily the fees greatly increased and the HOA did not want buy the lounge from the developer.
As far as the merger with Marriott it was dissovled by court order. It seems that marriot took over operation of the Villas and reservations. They were telling owners the units were booked then putting other Marriott owners into the units.