RCI Added 150 Affiliated Properties in 2014
Friday, February 13, 2015
Looking back on 2014, RCI took a moment to reflect on the newest additions to their timeshare exchange network. In a single year, RCI added 150 properties, with 54 resorts added in the fourth quarter alone.
The new RCI Affiliated resorts include multiple locations across the U.S., South America, India, Europe, and even Asia.
RCI President Gordon Gurnik shared, “We are thrilled to have added more than 150 new resorts to the RCI® exchange network for the fourth consecutive year. Our members will be delighted with these additional vacation choices, which include beautiful vacation properties from well-respected hospitality brands throughout the world.”
In a recent press release, the timeshare exchange company shared information about their newest affiliated resorts.
One of the resorts to join the RCI network in 2014’s fourth quarter was the Grand Palladium Imbassai in Brazil. Positioned within a coconut grove, the Grand Palladium Imbassai provides an exotic escape for RCI members. Although the resort is located in a secluded area, guests can still enjoy first-class amenities and service. In addition to its luxurious suites, the resort offers a spa, 13 bars, multiple restaurants, pools, and kids clubs.
RCI is working to affiliate with more resorts in the areas that their members desire the most. Another area of future growth is Asia. In 2014, RCI signed an agreement with Cactus Resort Sanya in Southern China and hopes to add more Chinese resorts next year.
The group also added new resorts from existing partnerships including the Dreams Sugar Bay St. Thomas from Unlimited Vacations Club by AMResorts. Located in the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Dreams Sugar Bay is the newest Unlimited-Luxury® resort by AMResorts.
The Registry Collection also received a few additions in 2014, including its first property in India, The Rangers Reserve. This luxurious resort is located deep within the forests of the Mailani Range, providing a relaxing, yet exciting, retreat. The resort was built in an open concept design, utilizing large balconies to allow guests to feel immersed in their surroundings. The resort also used indigenous materials to craft many of the furnishings and structures, creating a harmonious flow from forest to the resort.
With over 4,500 resorts, RCI continues to lead the vacation exchange industry. We look forward to seeing which resorts are added to RCI in 2015. To learn more about their affiliated resorts, visit SellMyTimeshareNow.com/RCI_timeshare.