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So this is a timeshare resort: know that upfront. They will try to put the sell on. And there’s no planet where it’s worth it. But the resort is great and worth paying to stay at. And it’s a soft, respectful sell.
It’s got pools,...More
First off, let me say, we’ve stayed all over the place, including cuba, and are not needy/high maintenance people with unreasonable expectations. We have also stayed at several worldmark properties before, including this resort.
That being said, when we arrived to check in, which is...More
I was to stay at the Wyndam Indio for the St.Patrick’s Day week. I left the Wyndam early due to health and safety issues. Upon arrival/check in the process took over an hour and 15 min and we were the only guests on. Wednesday afternoon....More
My sister and I just returned from a 4 day stay at the WorldMark/Wyndham Indio. We are long time owners with Wyndham and knew to steer clear of the hard sell. We were a bit disappointed in the cleanliness of our 2 bedroom suite. We...More
Our second time here , yes it’s a drive out from the airport but when you are use to driving everywhere it’s great. For one, no rain!! I was shovelling snow Saturday morning and after a 2 hour flight the same day, we were was...More
Response from travelgirl103 | Reviewed this property |
As a non member (I was a quest of a member) i think they charge $11-$12 per day for wi-fi. I'm not sure regarding the lazy river, I do know they had dedicated life guards who only worked in the lazy river compound. I'd give... More
As a non member (I was a quest of a member) i think they charge $11-$12 per day for wi-fi. I'm not sure regarding the lazy river, I do know they had dedicated life guards who only worked in the lazy river compound. I'd give a quick call to be sure.