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RedWeek Reveals The Top 25 Timeshare Resorts For 2023

published on January 31, 2023 by

It’s that time of year again! RedWeek’s Top 25 Timeshare Rental Resorts List is here. This always-anticipated roundup is selected by RedWeek members, based on the volume of rental bookings and inquiries sent to owners. 

As traveler confidence reaches a high point in 2023, renters can find resort rentals cheaper on RedWeek than even the “best advertised rates” elsewhere. RedWeek’s inventory comes directly from individual timeshare owners instead of large resort companies. How does it work? Click here to get in on travel’s best-kept secret

A Closer Look At The Top 5

1. Marriott’s Aruba Surf Club | Palm Beach, Aruba – Sitting beachfront on the Caribbean Sea, RedWeek’s #1 timeshare rental resort for 2022 and 2023, Marriott’s Aruba Surf Club is ideal for families of all sizes, with easy access to Palm Beach, a wide selection of pools and spacious living and dining areas in the suites. Check out RedWeek’s guide to family travel in Aruba

2. Marriott’s Newport Coast Villas | Newport Coast, California – Overlooking the Pacific and Laguna Beach, Marriott’s Newport Coast Villas feature spacious, two-bedroom, two-bathroom villas, each with a private furnished balcony. Hone your golf game at the on-site putting green, cool off in one of three outdoor pools, and grab a bite to eat and/or a cocktail at the La Vista Pool Bar & Grill. Check out RedWeek’s Newport Coast travel guide

3. Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club | Oahu, Hawaii – Located in Kapolei on Oahu’s gorgeous western shore, Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club is a lavish timeshare resort that features three outdoor swimming pools, a tranquil on-site spa, and a lovely beach that’s always within reach. This Hawaiian resort will get you on island time in no time. Check out RedWeek’s Oahu travel guide

4. Marriott’s Aruba Ocean Club | Palm Beach, Aruba – This Aruba resort is located just steps from the famed Palm Beach, giving families easy access to some of the best sun, surf and sand in the Caribbean. The two-bedroom oceanfront or ocean-view villas offer plenty of room and the resort’s children’s pool gives your young kids a place for splash-filled fun. Find out why Aruba is the cure for the winter blues

5. Marriott’s Maui Ocean Club | Maui, Hawaii – Spanning 16 acres of beautiful oceanfront on Ka’anapali Beach, Marriott’s Maui Ocean Club is a special place, with studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom accommodations, a tranquil day spa, and several restaurants. But best of all is the resort’s massive Superpool, offering 3.5 acres of waterfalls, waterslides, and a chilled-out pool bar. Check out RedWeek’s Maui travel guide. 

RedWeek’s complete Top 25 Timeshare Rental Resorts List can be found here

Getting Warmer

As with last year, RedWeek’s statistics show that warm weather destinations continue to dominate travel plans for 2023, with Hawaii, Aruba, Florida, California, South Carolina and Mexico coming in at the top. Notably, Hawaii resorts make up more than ⅓ of the list, demonstrating that vacationers are ready to travel further to enjoy sunnier destinations after a few years of staying closer to home due to pandemic-era concerns and restrictions.

Comeback Kids

Another trend is the re-emergence of certain destinations. California’s Palm Desert, for example, is resurging, with two resorts emerging on the 2023 list: Marriott’s Desert Springs Villas II and Marriott’s Desert Spring Villas. Additionally, Harborside Resort at Atlantis in the Bahamas, a resort that was in RedWeek’s Top 5 until 2019, is making a big comeback, moving up from #21 in 2022 to #13 in 2023.

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Comments (3)

    • Avatar for David
      Feb 09, 2023

      Amazing,…East coast operator…Hard to believe the author of this article has NO SPOT for Marriott's OCEANA PAMS..Make the whole list suspect.

      • Avatar for David S.
        David S.
        Feb 13, 2023

        Surprised that Marriott Aruba Surf Club is #1, while Marriott Aruba Ocean Club is behind at #4. The Surf Club is much more crowded than Ocean Club, and has a smaller beach. About 1/3 - 1/2 of the horizontal beach space is blocked by 2 restaurants and a boat dock. My vote is that Marriott Aruba Ocean Club should be higher ranked than the Surf Club.

        • Avatar for Cappy W.
          Cappy W.
          Feb 13, 2023

          So Eagle’s Nest on Marco Island or Div beach & Golf in Aruba didn’t make the list?? This is mostly Marriott Resorts. That is very suspicious. Specially, since the Marriott on Marco Island is not as half as nice as Eagles nest on Marco Island.