RCI® Welcomes New Affiliates in Mexico

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17 Jul 2013

RCI® Welcomes New Affiliates in Mexico

RCI® has enhanced its portfolio of more than 4,000 affiliated resorts in more than 100 countries with the additions of  Emporio Hotels & Resorts, Buenaventura Grand Hotel & Spa and Aak-Bal to the company’s exchange options.

“It is with great pride that we welcome Emporio Hotels & Resorts, Buenaventura Grand Hotel & Spa and Aak-Bal to our network of affiliated resorts,” said Ricardo Montaudon, president, RCI Latin America. “We are committed to forming new alliances with resorts to offer the best options to all our members. Creating dream vacation experiences is one of our primary goals, as is supporting and promoting tourism.”

Known for service and elegant accommodations, the Emporio hotels are located in several popular Mexican tourist destinations. These additions to the list of RCI affiliates cater to business professionals and group travelers with a taste for exquisite cuisine. Several Emporio resorts are now accessible for exchange through RCI in destinations including: Acapulco, Mexico City, Ixtapa, Veracruz, Zacatecas and Nayarit Riviera.

Buenaventura Grand Hotel & SPA is a perfect option for family trips. This newly affiliated resort is located in the popular tourist destination of Puerto Vallarta, a location chosen for its beautiful beaches and historic downtown area. This all-inclusive resort offers recreation for all ages. Guests can enjoy a variety of classes including diving, aqua aerobics, dance, and cooking, or enjoy kayak tours, water polo or themed nights. In addition, the newly renovated CANDU Kid’s Club acts as a perfect spot for children ages 4 to 12 to participate in a wide variety of activities, from playing soccer to building sand castles on the beach.

Another addition to RCI’s portfolio is the Aak-Bal resort in Campeche. The term aak-bal is Mayan for “the source of all things new,” a name standing for the resort’s vision of creating a sustainable future built on a deep respect for the past. The emphasis on preserving ancestral Mayan culture makes this resort as unique as the environment it seeks to protect.


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