The occupancy levels, also known as occupancy rate, refers to the amount of reservations booked at a particular timeshare resort compared to the accommodating space at the resort. Occupancy level can range throughout the year dependent on many factors such as, time of year, high-season times, nearby special events taking place.
For example, a ski resort’s occupancy level will probably be higher in the winter, whereas beach-front resorts may be more popular during the summer months of the year. Also, one can account for the summer months seeing more demand for reservations, as this is normally when families can take their children on vacation with them. Many times, the occupancy will depend on the type of resort accommodations offered.