RCI boosts its presence in Asia and the Middle East

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8 May 2010

RCI boosts its presence in Asia and the Middle East

RCI has enhanced its portfolio in Asia and the Middle East with the affiliation of several new properties to its vacation exchange network in recent weeks.


Asia is a growing market for fractional and vacation ownership products. The new properties, including four resorts in Vietnam, two in Indonesia and a sea-villa resort in Malaysia, bring the total of RCI affiliated resorts in Asia to nearly 150. In addition, two new resorts in Vietnam and Indonesia have been added to the Registry Collection programme.


The new RCI affiliated resorts in Indonesia are the Bali Island Villas & Spa and Hawaii, a Club Bali resort on the Anyer coast. Other additions are the Golden Palm Tree Sea Villas & Spa in Malaysia and the Ana Mandara Vacation Club in Vietnam, which includes four resorts: Evason Ana Mandara & Six Senses Spa in Nha Trang, Ana Mandara Villas Dalat, Ana Mandara Resort Hue and Ana Mandara Resort Ninh Binh.


Joining the Registry Collection programme are the Six Senses Ninh Van Bay in Vietnam, overlooking the South China Sea, and delMango Villa Estate in the luxury boutique development of Seminyak Gardens in Indonesia.


In a separate announcement at the recent Arabian Hotel Investment Conference in Dubai, RCI also confirmed the affiliation of two new resorts in the Middle East: The Viking Club Hotel in Sharm el Sheikh, on Egypt’s Red Sea coast, and The Jdoudna Hotel in Syria’s Bloudan mountains, 1800 metres above sea level.

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