You can not rent for 7 days,. its 2 days at a time..at least it has been past 6 years we have been there.. so as soon as you get there go to where you get the huts on the beach and check out when you can get it you may not get it on sun but as I said before I usually rent for 2 take a day do pool or go downtown then reserved the following 2 days that way you don't have to be down at 6 am to hold a pool chair...
the last time we were at the ocean club which was probably 2008 or 2009 you could rent i believe for a max of 3 days at a time and there were $20 palapas right next to the water, next row were $15 and the farthest row from the water were the $10 palapas..has this changed..or were we taken..i'm sorry but with the ocean club and surf club selling from anywhere from $17,500 to $30,000 per timeshare i think the palapas should be free to all..just my opinion..we pay maintenance fees and sometimes special assessments having to pay to use a palapa i believe is ridiculous..
scott and tricia
I wonder how many people purchasing a t/s at the OC or SC are unaware of the fact that
1. palapas are tightly restricted, when you are able to get there at the crack of dawn to claim one
2. that you can have one, but for only two days, BUT have to pay a fee for it.
The program stated because of complaints from the late risers and when the started building the Surf but didn't have the Lazy Pool or Surf Club beach.
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Does anyone know if the internet is free in the guest rooms at the surf. I remember last time I believe the lan line was free with a code?