Interval International has announced the affiliation of Club Intrawest – Ucluelet. Set in the coastal village of Ucluelet on Vancouver Island just minutes from the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, it is the ninth Club Intrawest property to join Interval’s global network.
“Much like our other resorts, Ucluelet is situated in a one-of-a-kind setting that offers extraordinary opportunities for outdoor activities,” says Club Intrawest President Trevor Bruno. “Our off-the-beaten-path locations appeal to our discerning Members, many of whom travel the world seeking unique vacations combined with high-end services and amenities.”
“Club Intrawest-Ucluelet is paradise for nature lovers,” said Bryan Ten Broek, Interval’s senior vice president of resort sales and marketing. “It’s an impressive addition to Intrawest’s exceptional portfolio of properties in ski, beach and golf destinations.”
The quaint town of Ucluelet is known for its lush, awe-inspiring surroundings. Its magnificent mountains and rainforests are matched only by the wide range of activities that are easily accessible to vacationers. Travelers can hike the Wild Pacific Trail, whale watch off the Barkley Sound, witness abundant wildlife, surf off Wickaninnish Beach, kayak in the Ucluelet Harbour, or simply relax on the beach.
Club Intrawest – Ucluelet is located within the Water’s Edge Resort (winner of TripAdvisor’s 2014 Certificate of Excellence) on the west coast of Vancouver Island, overlooking Ucluelet Harbour. The freshly renovated accommodations are spacious one- and two-bedroom Vacation Homes designed in a beach-cottage style with unobstructed views of either the inlet or marina. All Vacation Homes have full kitchens, balconies, and patios. Resort amenities include a private Member lounge, wireless internet in all suites, and an Aveda concept spa.
Each Club Intrawest property is individually designed to reflect the nature, culture, and architecture of its region. In addition to Ucluelet, the Club Intrawest destinations include: Whistler, Panorama and Vancouver in British Columbia; Tremblant, Québec, and Blue Mountain, in Ontario; Palm Desert, California; Sandestin, Florida; and Zihuatanejo, Mexico.