Fixed, floating, and flex are terms used to refer to the three types of timeshare weeks which you can own. Fixed week ownership allows you to use a timeshare unit for a specific, “fixed” week annually for as long as you own the timeshare. Weeks are identified by a unique number starting with the first full week of the year (week one) and continuing through the end of December. A fixed week will typically start on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday depending on the resort. View our timeshare calendar for an idea of what weeks might suit your needs as a timeshare owner.
Floating week ownership is a little more flexible. Depending on the resort’s availability, you may use your timeshare week at any point during the year. We recommend that owners who choose floating weeks make their reservations with the resort well ahead of time so as to avoid disappointment.
Flex week ownership is similar to floating week ownership, however, you must choose from a predetermined set of weeks within a particular “season”. Seasons are commonly designated by demand (see next question). Due to competition among existing owners for prime weeks, availability may vary.