Question for those of you who end up renting multiple bedroom condos for multiple people
When we go to the World Am, we all rent separate hotel rooms. I have stayed on time with 3 other guys in a 3 bedroom condo and shared the cost. Will admit it is much cheaper BUT....
These 3 bedroom condos I have seen have a nice master bedroom, a smaller second bedroom, and then a room a little bigger than a closet at my house with a single bed in it.
How do you equitably split up the cost? Someone is getting a nice room, someone an ok room and someone is like the red-headed step-child room. BTW...I was the red-headed step child once and that is why I get my own hotel room.
Just curious...you understand.
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Most of my group like to room as single or double. I have only one group of 3
who get a 3 bedroom. They have never said anything about the cost. I have not
heard how they decide on rooms.
If it's the same 3 every year they can take turns. If playing golf on arrival, they can
play a match for best room.
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We get a four bedroom cottage. Each one has his own bedroom and they are pretty much the same size. One of the bedrooms has two singles and the others have queens and a King. Two of the bedrooms share a bath and two have their own bath. We always go to "our" bedroom and we split the cost evenly. No one complains.
Before two of my golf buddies retired, we were used to go to Barefoot Yacht Club Villas and since not every room was the same format, it was the total of all par 3's during our arrival round that decided who was the first, second and third to decide wich room he will take (the fourth didn't have any choice...)!
It was quite thrilling... and challenging! 😉
Quebec City, Canada
For years our group of 20 have been staying in 4 bedroom-4 bathroom condos in NMB (Crescent Shores). The room sizes are pretty equal but one is the master with a king-size bed, two have queens, and one has two single beds. Since we have been going on this trip for 25 years, the rooms are decided based on seniority.
If we stayed in a hotel, I would want my own room. I like the privacy and don't particularly want to share a bathroom with someone else.
Oh, in the condos there is a flat-screen TV in every bedroom and a larger flat-screen in the living/dining room.