Hello All, I am hoping some on here may be able to provide some insight into some timeshare opportunities on the strip. Wife and I are in late twenties and have traveled to Vegas 3 times in 3 years. We know we love it and plan on making it an annual trip. Both her family and mine have also traveled to Vegas with us and enjoyed immensely, now her parents want to make their first trip. We are also at the age where we are looking to start a family and both sets of in-laws have said they would happily provide child care in Vegas for us if we travel together. The wife and I like the idea of Vegas because of its accessibility to major west coast destinations along with its affordability. We like the timeshare concept as we are the type of people that make it a point to take a week's vacation every year, but since we both own our own businesses we have the flexibility to travel whenever. From what little research I have done, it seems as though Vegas timeshares offer a good rate of transfer to other destinations should we ever decide to take a year off. We had discussed the concept of just booking rooms at casino rates, but the convenience of all the timeshare amenities compared to most annual maintenance fees seem far more logical for smaller children. While our room is usually comped (only pay resort fees), our in-laws don't gamble and would likely be paying for rooms (we would pay for them) for rooms for a week. I guess my question is which timeshare properties would be recommended by board members and does anyone know of a good place to start looking. Ideally we are looking for something within a block or two of the strip with a pool and we would want at least a 2-bedroom lockout on a flexible week. Cost is not monumentally significant but would like to be under 25,000 and under 1,000 maintenance fee. As we did the math we figure that hotel rooms for the family at same place as us plus our resort fees would run over 1,000 dollars, and these timeshares easily sleep 6-8 people which makes traveling as a group even easier. Thanks in advance for any advice, and if this is in the wrong spot, please feel free to relocate.