Simpson Bay Timeshare in the Caribbean Reopens, Some Owners Receive Bonus Interval

Simpson Bay timeshare, formerly Pelican Resort ClubIn case you missed it during this busy week, Simpson Bay, a popular Caribbean timeshare, officially reopened last Saturday, March 12.

Timeshare owners, guests, and those using timeshare exchange were allowed to once again check-in, on the resort’s regular shedule. All 425 timeshare units there are open and fully operational.

In an open letter to Simpson Bay timeshare owners, the management wrote, “The labor issue is not fully resolved but it is at a point that is acceptable to move forward. Issues with the Tenant’s Association of Pelican Resort Club (TAPRC) have not been finalized; however, Chairman Jeff Borowick has repeatedly expressed his willingness to quickly resolve the issues and insure that all members enjoy their resort with the lowest fees.”

Timeshare owners who own intervals during the period the resort was closed (intervals 8, 9, and 10) are beging given a “Double Occupancy Adjustment”. This means that although they may have only paid a single 2011 maintence fee, they will receive TWO comparable timeshare weeks at no additional cost. These timeshare weeks may be used, exchanged, loaned, or rented at the timeshare owner’s choice.

Beginning March 21, 2011, timeshare owners who are entitled to take advantage of this adjustment may call tollfree from the USA or Canada (888-721-4407), or call 954-736-5807 from any location to handle their adjustments. The Double Occupancy Adjustment must be booked by December 31, 2011 with travel completed by December 31, 2012.

Resolution for this Caribbean Timeshare Resort

Although not all issues have been resolved, it appears that the problems at Simpson Bay timeshare (formerly Pelican Resort Club) are well on their way to being resolved. Most importantly perhaps is that it seems the rights and interests of timeshare owners at Simpson Bay are being considered and respected in the process.

For more information on events leading up to the closing of the Simpson Bay Resort, check these previous posts on The Timeshare Authority blog: