You Pick: a California Timeshare, Hawaii, or Canada Timeshare for Your Next Vacation

Explore Channel Island National Park during your California timeshare vacation.
Explore Channel Island National Park during your California timeshare vacation.

Earlier this week we blogged about how timeshare resort management group, Grand Pacific Resort Management, is expanding (see: Grand Pacific Resort Management Adds 3 Timeshare Properties). Now let’s take a closer look as the new properties added, which include another California timeshare for the GPRM managed family of  resort properties, along with a Hawaii timeshare resort, and a Canadian timeshare property.

More on the 3 New GPRM Managed Resorts:

  • Channel Island Shores in Oxnard is a California timeshare resort, located in Ventura County, and is widely recognized as a surfing hot-spot with its unique, south-facing waterfront and surf breaks. Only a short, one-block walk to the beach, this resort makes it easy to enjoy water sports but many Channel Island Shores owners and guests also love it because it is  so conveniently located for exploring nearby Santa Barbara, Magic Mountain, Los Angeles, and  Channel Island National Park.
  • Hawaii timeshare, Hanalei Bay Resort in Princeville, Hawaii, provides an island paradise for timeshare owners and guests there. Whether you are enjoying the surf and sand of Hanalei Bay Beach, golfing at Prince Golf Course, or savoring the traditional foods and festivities of the islands, this resort is a true vacation getaway.
  • Canadian timeshare, Banff Gate Mountain Resort in Alberta, Canada is the second GPRM managed resort in Canada; the first Canadian timeshare managed by the company being  Panorama Vacation Retreat at Horsethief Lodge, near Calgary. Banff Gate Mountain Resort is a Canadian timeshare tucked away in the tall pines of Pigeon Mountain and located at the Lougheed and Windtower Mountains. Offering 46 chalets, Banff Gate Mountain Resort is a year-round vacation destination offering winter sports and the outdoor activities of Lake Louise and Banff National Park.

As David Brown, Co-President of Grand Pacific Resorts, says, “The location and the quality of these resort destinations are all quite special in their own right. These vacation spots are now available to our owners and provides them the opportunity to visit other terrific locations that make up our growing timeshare family,”

Nigel Lobo, COO of GPRM, adds, “We are proud to be managing an eclectic and accessible group of timeshares, from oceanfront resorts to the mountains, with many options in between. Working with Homeowner Associations (HOAs) who need our expertise, we are able to provide strong owner engagement, excellent rental results and many opportunities to use their timeshare including helping them maximize exchange options to our 60,000 owner families throughout our family of managed resorts. With our award-winning service levels and passion for innovation, GPRM brings scores of new benefits to the owners of these properties. We are looking forward to making a difference in their vacations as well as bringing outstanding value to their ownership.”