Interval International has announced two new affiliations aimed at upscale members: the Gold Coast Aruba whole ownership community resort on the Caribbean, and the Grand Lodges Mount Hood fractional ski-in and ski-out resort in Oregon (USA).
Gold Coast Aruba will feature 270 whole ownership villas and townhouses in the island’s Malmok area. The community resort will have a multi-million-dollar clubhouse with a full-service spa, infinity pool, fitness centre and two tennis courts. The Tierra del Sol championship golf course, designed by Robert Trent Jones II, is located across from the property.
Tucked into Oregon’s majestic Cascade Mountain Range, Ground Lodge offers year-round downhill and cross-country skiing with access to three ski areas at Mt. Hood Skibowl, Timberline Lodge, and Collins Lake Resort. The new fractional resort has 16 open-plan units with three bedrooms and private balconies to enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.
Purchasers at both Gold Cost Aruba and Grand Lodges will be offered Interval’s upgraded membership scheme, Interval Gold®, which gives them additional benefits such as Getaways discounts, ShortStay Exchanges, personal concierge service, complimentary Hertz #1 Gold® membership, and worldwide hotel and dining discounts.