More Mexico Timeshare Vacation Choices for Raintree Owners
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
On Friday, our timeshare blog filled you in on all the glowing details about Club Regina Los Cabos timeshare resort, which is property number 100 on the Sell My Timeshare NOW HOT 100 list. So it is timely that today I am writing about another Raintree Resorts International timeshare property, just acquired in Mexico.
On May 7, Raintree closed the deal for a new Mexico timeshare, buying a property known as Nautilus. The acquisition makes the new property one of 20 points-based timeshare resorts owned by this timeshare company. Purchased from Jose Luis Borioli, a Puerto Vallarta developer, the marina-side location attracted Raintree. More importantly, so did the fact that the resort is across the street from Raintree’s Club Regina Puerto Vallarta, timeshare property, already a popular Mexico timeshare destination.
Doug Bech, CEO of Raintree Resorts, says, “The new resort provides a great property adjacent to our existing Club Regina and gives our Members additional access to the popular vacation destination with added meeting space and 100% renovated units, accommodating primarily couples on vacation.”
Things are Changing at this Mexico Timeshare
The new owners quickly renamed the timeshare, Villa Vera Puerto Vallarta. Currently the property offers a restaurant and snack bar; two swimming pools; a business center; and a conference area. Renovations estimated at $4.5 million are scheduled for completion within the year and will add a beach club, sundeck, fitness center, and new landscaping to the timeshare resort.
Bill Tsao, Senior VP with Raintree timeshares calls the new property, “…a jewel in one of our most popular destinations.”
Sell My Timeshare NOW has great deals on Club Regina Puerto Vallarta timeshare resales, as well as other Mexico timeshare resorts. If you want to buy Mexico timeshare, from a company you trust, this may be the right vacation choice for you. When you read what current Raintree timeshare owners are saying, most of them seem very satisfied with their timeshare ownership and only have one regret—that they paid full price instead of buying timeshare resales, where they would get the same ownership, at a much lower price!