The Registry Collection adds another luxury property to its expanding collection, with the announcement that the exclusive Fairmont Heritage Place in Mayakoba, Mexico, is joining its network of affiliated properties.
The AAA five-diamond hotel is due to open in 2014 in a gated Riviera Maya resort which boasts both lagoon and jungle views. Members and owners can also enjoy seaside suites, set on the hotel’s own beach.
The Registry Collection – the world’s largest luxury exchange program – now offers members an impressive 200 vacation options in 40 countries.
Gregg Anderson, global vice president for The Registry Collection, said: “We are proud to add Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba to our affiliated resort network as we continue to grow our portfolio and expand our program.
“As a leader in the luxury hospitality space, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has a reputation for excellence and its superb private residence club matches the experience our members love and expect on an exchange vacation with The Registry Collection.”
Barry Landsberg, from Fairmont Raffles Hotels International, added: “The Registry Collection has been a welcome benefit for our Fairmont Heritage Place owners around the world and we feel we have a trusted partner as we continue to expand our business.”
All residences at Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba have private balconies, spa-style bathrooms and luxurious amenities.
Guests will be able to relax and unwind on the resort’s 18-hole El Camaleón Course – Mexico’s only PGA Tour golf course – as well as at the impressive spa by sampling one of the many spa treatments on offer.
To discover the entire portfolio of private residence clubs and luxury timeshare and fractional resorts within The Registry Collection, visit www.theregistrycollection.com