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I regularly receive offers from Starwood to visit one of their resorts where they have
timeshares villas, to check them out for a discounted rate, in hopes of attending a timeshare fractional ownership presentation for 90 minutes.
The latest one today came from the The Westin Desert Willow Villas.
Here was the latest email I received today:
Book a 5-day, 4-night stay in Palm Desert for just $389 and receive 5,000 Starpoints® or a $75 American Express®Gift Card.
However the strange part was who it was addressed to in the email.
Don’t miss your chance to experience the beauty of Southern California at a relaxing Westin resort. This ultra-exclusive offer for members of the Starwood Preferred Guest® program has been extended until January 26, 2016.
The serene desert setting of The Westin Desert Willow Villas, Palm Desert offers inspiring views of lush emerald golf greens, blue skies and majestic mountains, while nearby recreation, world-class shopping and activities provide endless uplifting pursuits. During your stay, you can:
• Bask in the fresh desert air as you take advantage of welcoming on-site amenities including multiple pool areas, outdoor whirlpool spas, a WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio, delectable restaurants, basketball, tennis and more. Or, simply relax in a stylish villa retreat designed with all the contemporary comforts you need for a perfect vacation.
• Tee off at two award-winning courses amid natural wonders and mountain views—both just minutes away at the adjacent Westin Desert Willow Golf Resort.
• Enjoy feel-good family time with engaging resort activities such as storytelling, stargazing, friendly tournaments and more, all perfectly suited for children and parents.
Well I love redeeming Starpoints for great awards, “Award” is not my name, so I find it strange as to why this was addressed this way. Did anyone else receive this email from Starwood addressed to an incorrect name?
Feel free to share your thoughts below on this email or about Starwood’s fractional ownership program.
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