Marriott Vacation Club cancellation: Marriott Playa Andaluza.
On this page, you can read about some of our successful court cases against Marriott Playa Andaluza.
In Spain, a judicial proceeding commences by identifying the parties involved, their legal representative (Procurador), and lawyers. The court then outlines the facts and grounds for the judge’s ruling. Finally, the decision is concluded with a final order (Fallo).
Great Victory in Court number 4 Marbella against Marriott Playa Andaluza
£11,818 awarded + £14,070
Marriott Vacation Club has a resort called Playa Andaluza in Estepona, Málaga.
This client’s complaint is that they have to call exactly at 2 pm on a specific day one year in advance to book their week. If they call even 5 minutes late, Marriott says the week is sold out.
However, they have met families on holiday during that specific week at Marriott’s Playa Andaluza who are not owners and have booked independently.
For these reasons, the contract is null and void, and Marriott must refund £11,818 because the contract has been used from 2011 to 2021.
Additionally, Marriott must also refund £14,070 because the clients paid the price during the cooling-off period.
Great Victory in Málaga High Court against Marriott Playa Andaluza
plus interest €7,824 from 2007
plus legal cost.
These British clients purchased a holiday ownership interest in Marriott Vacation Club’s Playa Andaluza resort, located in Estepona, Málaga.
The contract specifies the details of the purchase, including the type of unit, the season, and the first year of occupancy.
However, according to Spanish law, contracts of this nature made by Marriott Vacation Club are considered null and void.