For the fourth year in a row, RCI has added over 150 new timeshare resorts to their exchange program. Boasting over 4,500 resorts in their inventory, RCI is the largest timeshare exchange in the world and part of the Wyndham Worldwide family of companies. The new resorts they added include timeshares from Asia, India, South America, North America, and Europe.
Leading the way in quality among those added in 2014 is the Grand Palladium Imbassai Resort and Spa located on the beach northeast of Salvador, Brazil. With 654 rooms (all junior suites), six restaurants, and thirteen bars there’s going to be something to please everyone! Grand Palladium offers an All-Inclusive meals program featuring a large collection of exquisite cuisines. The Zentropia Palladium Spa & Wellness Center providing a wide range of therapies such as massage, body treatments, facials, peels, a beauty salon with waxing services, manicures, pedicures and unisex hair salon attended by top professionals. And in addition to the beach and pool, Grand Palladium provides first class sports facilities and water sports such as kayaking, snorkeling and deep-sea fishing.
From their news release by Marketwired.com, “Further enhancing RCI’s extensive resort choices are the Lodges at Canmore community in the gorgeously rugged and scenic Canadian Rockies; the exotic Cactus Resort Sanya, facing crystal-clear blue waters in Southern China; and the beach destination of El Dorado Maroma in Mexico’s renowned Riviera Maya.”
Since 1974 RCI has been the pioneer of vacation ownership exchanging. Through the years RCI has grown into the world’s biggest and most diverse offering of vacation properties. In fact, it is hard to conceive of anyone purchasing a timeshare at a resort without considering the exchange capabilities during the decision making process.
No doubt, using your timeshare to exchange is a “closing tool” timeshare sales personnel use when closing a sales deal. The concept of exchanging your timeshare makes the decision easier.
The only “catch” is that you need to know how to make the exchange system work for you in order to actually get an exchange that will meet your needs.
You can’t always get what you want. But, if you are flexible enough you can get an exchange that will work out. It may not be your first choice of date or location but you can get “something”.