Interval International has announced the affiliation of Emirates Vacation Club, a private residence club in Dubai, Mjejane Game Reserve at Kruger National Park in South Africa, and the Peninsula Bay Resort on the Indonesian island of Bali.
The Emirates Vacation Club’s first phase consists of 32 luxury units located within the 48-storey Emirates Grand Hotel, which is renowned for its innovative architecture, featuring a rotating glass entrance and hand-crafted wooden wall panels in the lobby. Guests can enjoy panoramic views from the rooftop swimming pool and the 45th floor spa, as well as sports facilities and restaurants.
Mjejane Game Reserve expands over 10,000 acres overlooking the Crocodile River, home to abundant wildlife including buffaloes, elephants, lions, giraffes, and more than 500 species of birds. When completed later this year, the resort will offer a combination of two- three- and four-bedroom apartments and the exclusive Mjejane Safari Lodge, featuring a restaurant, pub, spa, gym, and an elevated viewing hide.
Peninsula Bay Resort, the second development by British entrepreneurs Roger and Alan Thomas, is located on the waterfront of Nusa Dua overlooking Benoa Bay. Designed in contemporary Balinese architecture with lush tropical gardens, the resort will feature 65 one- and two-bedroom sea-facing units. New purchasers will be enrolled as Interval Gold members.
In a separate announcement, Interval confirmed that it has renewed its multi-year affiliation agreement with Marriott Vacation Club International, the timeshare division of Marriott International.