RCI, the world’s leading travel network for owners of holiday properties, has recently signed an agreement with a new affiliation in Turkey. The V Club S Hotel Cesme located in Izmir (third biggest city of Turkey) combines both investment and holiday model properties. Robin Mills, Vice President Business Development, Europe, Middle East, Africa, India and Asia Pacific is delighted with this new affiliation and said “V Club is a young and successful club founded in Turkey by visionary developers.
The RCI affiliation of V Club’s first resort, The S Hotel, will bring dynamism to the sector and a well desired inventory to the RCI members in the Aegean coast of Turkey.” With more than 40 years of operation RCI are used to evolving to meet the changing demands of the travel industry. Now with 4,200+ resorts, 600,000+ hotels, 345,000 activities, exclusive cruise benefits, and access to major car rental brands, members can also take their pick of the perks that come with membership options, plus enjoy even more product privileges should they upgrade to the highest tier of membership: RCI Platinum.
The S hotel itself invites you to discover the winding streets, delicious food, and outdoor adventure that makes this part of Turkey so unique. This ultra-modern and stylish hotel is an architectural gem with outstanding amenities to cater to your needs including an infinity pool, fitness center, spa, sauna, and steam baths, as well as a restaurant and rooftop cafe with views of the sea. The standard rooms are sophisticated, uncluttered, and modern. Superior rooms are the same, except more spacious and offers all sorts of extra perks. In-room amenities include satellite/cable TV, a complimentary coffee-maker, a mini-bar, and a safe. Every room also comes with a pleasant view regardless.
S Hotel, Cesme, is in a high end holiday destination on the Aegean coast. Cesme and nearby Alacati are all about the sandy beaches, culture and history. Alacati is in fact a great destination for kites and windsurfing with brisk, steady winds from the northeast, a broad bay protected from sea waves, tides, and currents, with a soft sand sea bottom and few rocks. Every August, Alacati plays host to several races of the PWA Windsurfing World Cup, six days of windsurfing challenges, competitions, and great viewing. The “Herb Festival” held here is amongst the most important festivals in the world and you can also enjoy notes of Aegean music, and sweet-smelling odors spreading the streets. Ephesus is very close to Alacati, and this is one of the most stunning examples of the ancient world you’ll probably ever see. Ephesus is a living, breathing museum that dates back to the 10th century BC and was the most important Greek city for trading the Mediterranean at one point. It was also the last home of Virgin Mary visited by many Christian pilgrims every year.