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SherpaReport’s Guide to Luxury Vacation Clubs

SheraReport, an independent source for information about luxury travel clubs, recently released a comprehensive guide titled Destination Clubs: A Guide for Prospective Members.

Destinations Clubs operate similar to a points-based timeshare. You must pay an initial cost to join the club, then an annual fee to remain a member. Once you join, you’ll have access to a variety of accommodations and destinations.

However, while timeshare typically offer condominium-style accommodations these clubs offer full vacation homes. Many of the homes are luxury, designer homes set in some of the world’s most exotic locations. Another perk that comes with a destination club is a travel planner. Depending on the type of membership, you may have a personal travel advisor to plan activities and meals so you won’t have to lift a finger.

This is the eighth year that SherpaReport has released the destinations clubs guide and it is free for consumers. The guide provides great detail about vacation clubs including their business model, types of membership, and tips for selecting the right membership for your needs. With this guide, not only will you learn more about destination/vacation clubs, but you can feel more comfortable about joining one.

Travel Clubs like the ones described in SherpaReport’s guide offer access to some of the most luxurious accommodations in the world. You can visit destinations such as Cabo, New York, and Aspen in style.

President of SherpaReport, Nick Copley said, “The prior year versions have helped thousands of people with their luxury vacation club research. We’ve done the research to help people compare and contrast the different clubs. After reading the guide, members can choose the best club for themselves and their families.”

SherpaReport is an independent expert in the luxury travel industry. To read the report, visit

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Disney Vacation Club Annual Dues Increase at All DVC Resorts

If you are a Disney Vacation Club (DVC) member, you will soon receive the “Notice of 2014 Annual Meetings” in the mail or by electronic statement.

The “Notice of 2014 Annual Meetings” for the Disney Vacation Club resorts includes all information to be covered at the annual owners meeting in December. Topics included within the notice include the resort budgets and owner fees for the upcoming year. [Read more…]


ARDA Reports that Modern Timeshare Owners are Young & Diverse

In the years since the recession America has returned to a time of growth, and that includes the timeshare industry. New resorts are being built and timeshares are being purchased, both from developers and the resale market.

ARDA, the leading association for the industry, has followed this growth period through their research division, the ARDA International Foundation (AIF). Today, the association released reported that according their recent Shared Vacation Ownership Study, modern timeshare buyers are younger, more diverse, and wealthier than ever. [Read more…]

International Timeshare Appreciation Day

International Timeshare Appreciation Day

Saturday November 2, 2014 marks the 3rd annual International Timeshare Appreciation Day. Created by, International Timeshare Appreciation Day is a time for both the industry and owners to celebrate the world of timeshare.

Lisa Ann Schireier, the founder of and The Timeshare Crusader blog, started the holiday back in 2012. At the time Lisa said, “I invite people and organizations from around the world to join together and celebrate all the great things about timeshare… and there are many.” [Read more…]