RCI Adds 70 Resorts to Its Exchange Network


Resort Condominiums International (RCI), the world’s largest timeshare exchange brand, added 70 more resorts across the globe to its catalogue. During the first half of 2016, the hospitality giant has added resorts in high demand areas such as Asia, Europe, the Caribbean, and the Americas.

The new affiliations for RCI add to its massive exchange catalogue, which spans thousands of resorts in more than 100 countries. The company, which is owned by Wyndham Worldwide, has continued its push for aggressive expansion through new affiliations. Last year, RCI added 170 new resorts spread across six continents.

Among the resorts that RCI has added includes the Grand Palladium in Lucea, Jamaica, which is noted for its adults-only all-inclusive features. Other new destinations include Dominican Republic, Japan, Tennessee, and more.

The cause for such a rapid expansion is simply demand. RCI touts 3.8 million subscribing guests each year, meaning the exchange giant needs more and better options for its members. With their rivals at Interval Leisure Group making acquisitions and new affiliations, we can expect RCI to continue to push growth, especially in up-and-coming markets like Asia Pacific and the Middle East.

As RCI continues to be a world leader in timeshare exchange, they continue to grow and add more affiliated resorts for their members to explore. To learn more about RCI exchange or their recent expansion efforts, visit their official website today.