Generations have built a lifetime of memories at Olympic Village Inn. Owning a weekly vacation encourages you to take time away to strengthen the bonds of families, couples, and friends. You will never run out of things to do in Tahoe. You can return year after year or trade your week to visit destinations across the globe.
Originally built for the athletes of the 1960 Olympics, the Olympic Village Inn has a unique place in the history of Olympic Valley. Our facilities are up to date while retaining the old world charm of yesterday. From the moment you arrive, you’ll feel the stress of daily life melt away as it’s replaced by the warm glow of familiar faces and places. Our amazing location offers food and fun just steps away.
There are various ways you can schedule your appointment to learn more. Be sure to book your appointment today!
Fidelity Real Estate is a licensed real estate brokerage and the Authorized Reseller for Olympic Village Inn timeshares. Fidelity’s agents specialize in timeshare resales and make the timeshare buying process simple. For more information about buying a timeshare with the full-service brokerage, you can schedule time with a Fidelity agent.
Schedule by Phone: (530) 517-6424
We look forward to hearing from you!
Bonus Time is in addition to the Ownership-Use Week. Bonus Time is a discounted rental rate that may be used throughout the entire year, subject to availability.
Spontaneity is Bonus Time, but at a crazy low rate which motivates owners to say, “Why not?” This brings owners to the resort in perhaps a different season or at a different time then they might have come in the past. Spontaneity occurs during periods when bookings at OVI are slow which is usually for a short period in the Spring or Fall, it all depends on how full or empty the resort is. It is not preplanned. It is well, spontaneous. An email goes out to owners announcing the dates available and the pricing. Rooms are first come, first served.
Participation in the RCI Points program is entirely optional for Olympic Village Inn owners. For owners who primarily use their time at the resort this may or may not be of interest, but for owners who exchange, this has proven to be a topic of major interest. For more information, click here.
What do I own?
A deeded timeshare that entitles you to one week of use per year at Olympic Village Inn.
What is a deeded timeshare?
You own a portion of the Real Property that you can buy and sell just like other real estate.
Do I pay taxes?
Yes, you would get an annual property tax bill from Placer County.
How many units are there?
There are 90 one-bedroom condominiums that each sleeps 4 people.
Are there different types of units?
There are two floor plans available. There are 82 Kitzbuhel Units at 375 sq ft and there are 8 Chamonix Units which are 675 sq ft.
Can I use my unit different times of year?
You can only reserve during your season either summer, winter or fall/spring. You can use Bonus Time, Spontaneity or exchange to visit during other times of year.
How are weeks “split” ?
You can split your week into two separate visits Sunday Night-Wednesday Night or Thursday Night-Saturday Night.
Is there an annual fee?
Yes, there is a yearly maintenance fee that goes toward maintaining the resort and resort services. The current fee is $1108 per week per year (less than $160 per night), which is much cheaper than renting.
Do I have to use the same week every year?
No, you can reserve time for any week during your season.
How do I make a reservation?
Reservations can be made by calling Owner Services number 1-800-568-3515.
Can I change my reservation?
Yes, up to two weeks before your visit subject to availability.
How far in advance can I make reservations?
Early reservations are encouraged. You can reserve roughly 1 year + 300 days in advance. See our reservation calendar.
How does the rental program work?
Units can be rented through Owner Services for a 35% fee. Or rent the unit on your own (friends, family, Airbnb, VRBO, etc.)
What happens after I buy?
Title is transferred to you by the previous owner and a deed is recorded with Placer County.
Is there an HOA?
Yes. The Village Inn Owners’ Association is nonprofit entity composed of all the owners of Olympic Village Inn. You can learn more about the HOA here.