Unlimited Vacation Club Earns 5 Star Award

Unlimited Vacation Club Earns 5 Star Award

Unlimited Vacation Club (UVC) by AMResorts has received the top honor in hospitality, the International Five Star Diamond Award, from the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences. The awards were presented to 14 of UVC’s resorts at a gala held at Secrets Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun.

AAHS president Joseph Cinque said, “With its emphasis on guest satisfaction and exceptional services, the Five Star Diamond Award represents the very best in luxury hospitality. These Unlimited Vacation Club resorts consistently deliver a vacation experience that goes well above and beyond guests’ expectations.” [Read more…]

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Interval International and Divi Resorts Sign Multi-Year Agreement

Interval International has announced that they have signed a multi-year contract with Divi Resorts. With this agreement, Interval International members will be able to book reservations at the Divi Resorts, and Divi owners will have the chance to join in Interval’s timeshare exchange program.

For Divi, Interval will also provide support with membership enrollment, reservation services, and general education on timeshare exchange for its staff and owners. [Read more…]

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Palace Resorts Begins Renovations in Jamaica

Last summer, Palace Resorts announced plans to open their first resort outside of Mexico — the Moon Palace Jamaica Grande. This week, Palace Resorts officially began construction on the new timeshare resort.

Formerly known as the Sunset Jamaica Grande, the resort was purchase by the Palace Resorts group during July of 2014. Palace Resorts plans to remodel most of the property including guest rooms, meeting spaces, common areas, restaurants, and the resort’s curb appeal. [Read more…]

Club Meliá Reveals Plans to Build $3.5 Billion Bahamas Resort

Club Meliá Reveals Plans to Build $3.5 Billion Bahamas Resort

melia-at-baha-marMeliá Hotels International has announced that it will build a new resort compound, Meliá at Baha Mar. The new luxury timeshare resort will extend over 1,000 acres including a large stretch of beautiful white-sand beach.

Plans for the new Meliá development will include five hotels, a private residence club, and various amenities. Meliá at Baha Mar hotels will include a new Rosewood Hotel, Mondrian and Grand Hyatt resorts.

The Baha Mar Casino and Hotel will be featured as the main property and will offer a 1,000 square ft. casino and 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. The development will also include an ESPA spa and a dozen resort style pools. For business travelers, the compound will also feature a meeting and convention center.

Baha Mar’s Chairman, Sarkis Izmirlian said, “Meliá brings a wonderful, upscale name with global recognition and exceptional values to our brand portfolio at Baha Mar. The company’s expertise in the European, Latin American and Russian markets will further support Baha Mar in attracting a worldwide clientele. In addition, Baha Mar will be proud to offer Meliá’s all-inclusive resort experience, which is a leader in one of the fastest-growing segments in vacation travel.”

Chairman of Meliá Hotels International, Gabriel Escarrer shared, “The prospect of the future Meliá at Baha Mar being part of one of the most ambitious hotel and leisure projects in recent decades is a new source of pride for our brand, already present in 40 countries.

“Opening our first hotel in the English-speaking Caribbean, complementing our presence in the best vacation destinations around the world, is also a major achievement for Meliá Hotels International.”

In total, the new resort will feature over 2,900 guest rooms. Meliá Hotels International and Club Meliá are excited for the new project and the ability to present new accommodations to their timeshare owners. Visit their website ClubMelia.com to learn about membership and other new Meliá resorts.