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Hyatt Beach House questions

Discussion in 'US - Florida Timesharing' started by shellmo1, Mar 20, 2017.

  1. shellmo1

    shellmo1 TUG Member

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    We have an exchange to Hyatt Beach House May 28 to June4. Question 1) Will we be charged a resort fee? If so, how much? 2) I've read the transportation issues, no shuttle, expensive parking downtown, how much are taxis? Is there still a trolley type system that runs around the area? If so, does it come anywhere near HBH?

    Thanks in advance! I searched the forums but did not see the answers to the above.

    Michelle
     
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    If you are on an exchange there should not be any fees other than parking. If you are on a cash Getaway or Accomodation Certificate the resort fees apply.

    Bus schedule:
    http://www.cityofkeywest-fl.gov/egov/documents/1488230814_6672.pdf

    We are checking in on May 14th, may rent bikes also, the concierge can arrange it with delivery.


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  3. shellmo1

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    Thanks, we are on an exchange but are not Hyatt owners. Does that make a difference? Glad to hear no resort fees. We will be renting a car in either Ft. Lauderdale or Miami whichever we fly into. Will be paying parking. Bus looks doable as long as taking a while for stops is not an issue. Probably better than driving and parking. I guess there is a stop in reasonable walking distance to Hyatt beach house? Looks like it well covers the key.
     
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    When I exchanged into Hyatt beach house there were no extra fees, parking was free.

    The buses are a few blocks from the resort, 5-15 minute walk based on how fast you walk. If you are going to use it a few days, a weekly pass is available at a discounted rate.

    Driving into town is easy, you can find parking at about $20 a day.
     
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    We used bikes, rented for the week.Price is very reasonable. It is a good way to get downtown and safe, mostly bike paths. Note though, if you
    ride at night there are a few areas where you would need a bike light. We made that mistake .
     

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