The Registry Collection Adds Ali’i Kai Resort to Exchange Network

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The Registry Collection® program, the luxury exchange program within RCI, has added Ali’i Kai Resort in Kauai, Hawaii to its network of high-end vacation properties. Prior to this, Ali’i Kai Resort has been a part of the RCI exchange network for over 25 years.

“Having our property included in The Registry Collection program’s exclusive exchange network is a proud moment for all of us,” said Ronald G. Wright, developer and president of Ali‘i Kai Home Owners Association. “A stay at our property is truly exceptional, and we are looking forward to welcoming members of The Registry Collection to experience it first-hand as well as inviting our owners to experience the benefits of being part of this exchange program.”

Ali’i Kai Resort is located on the north shore of Kauai, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The resort boasts 18 two-bedroom suites that recently went under extensive renovations to add luxury bedrooms, living rooms, and dining spaces. Each offers a private balcony with stunning views of the island.

Before the incredible accommodations and gorgeous beaches, guests at Ali’i Kai Resort have the opportunity to engage in local activities including snorkeling, surfing, ukulele classes, and jewelry making. The resort concierge also gives guests the option to explore outside the resort by offering tours and experiences like cruises, kayaking trips, golfing, dinner shows, and more.

Global Vice president of The Registry Collection program, Gregg Anderson, spoke on how thrilled he is to be adding Ali’i Kai Resort to the exchange program:

“Ali‘i Kai Resort is an excellent fit for our luxury portfolio, and I’m confident our members will appreciate a new travel option in Hawaii. Resorts on Kauai provide amazing experiences, and Ali‘i Kai Resort is one of the best on the island. We are thrilled to add it to our exchange network.”

Learn more about The Registry Collection and the properties they offer on their official website.