Expansion of California Timeshare Resort Signals More Good News for Timeshare Industry
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Welk Resorts timeshares are expanding with young families and active vacationers in mind. The addition of 80 timeshare units at the Mountain Villas timeshare at the Escondido (San Diego) Welk Resort, plus a new 25,000 sq. ft. recreation center, and a $5 million pool complex have made this California timeshare resort more appealing than ever—especially for vacationers seeking luxurious accommodations and plenty of entertainment activities.
The North County Times describes the expansion as a move, “further upscale and farther uphill”. The new Welk Resorts Mountain Villas timeshare addition brings the total number of timeshare units at this popular California timeshare resort to approximately 560. According to General Manager, Sean Coogan, the new units offer better views of the valley and mountains and are more luxurious.
The new recreation center, designed by Patricia Kane of Chicago’s Studio PK Interiors, Inc., is part sales center, and part owner’s lounge, theater, and kids club. The new activity center and 6,500 square foot (surface area) zero-entry swimming pool, makes the fifth activity center on the timeshare resort property, a feature Welk Resort timeshare hopes will help attract young families and high-energy vacationers, in addition to the many older timeshare owners who already know and love the Welk Resort brand.
The timeshare resort already featured two 18-hole golf courses, a live theater with Broadway-style productions, and convenient proximity to LEGOLAND™; downtown San Diego; SeaWorld™; the famous San Diego Zoo; and the San Diego Wild Animal Park.
Expansion and Renovations are Positive Message to Welk Resorts Timeshare Owners
Welk Resorts timeshares are expanding their Branson timeshare and are building a new California timeshare at Cabo San Lucas, Baja California. The company points out that their growth and expansion send a positive message about the timeshare industry and Welk Resorts timeshares, despite the currently troubled economy.