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Mayan Palace NV difference in II codes MY1 and MYR

Discussion in 'Exchanging Timeshares' started by dmbrand, Jun 12, 2019.

  1. dmbrand

    dmbrand Tug Review Crew: Rookie TUG Member

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    Interval lists the MY1 as a standard resort, while MYR is designated as a gold crown resort at the Mayan Palace in Nuevo Vallarta. Anyone know why? The only difference I can detect is that the MYR has two bedrooms available. Naturally, I would be more inclined to exchange into the gold designated property, and I believe they charge the same resort fee for both.

    We may end up choosing the Sea Garden property anyway, since there isn’t a resort fee and we don’t need the huge facility experience.

    Thanks for any insight.
     
  2. hudshut

    hudshut TUG Member

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    I have wondered the same thing.
     
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  3. tschwa2

    tschwa2 Tug Review Crew: Rookie TUG Member

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    Usually the multiple ID's in RCI for Vidanata properties are for inventory purposes as one is from owner deposits and one is from develeoper deposits. I don't know why one would be designated as gold and one would not.
     
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  4. Eric B

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    There’s only one Mayan Palace building in NV. I think the multiple codes are sourcing for the inventory as @tschwa2 said; in RCI there are even more codes.
     

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