RCI affiliates Resorts in Turkey and Slovakia

Continuing its strategy to expand the geography of its holiday exchange network, RCI is pleased to announce the affiliation of two resorts in exciting destinations that are fast-growing in popularity with holidaymakers across Europe and beyond.

The Residence Club is located in the stunning mountain village of Donovaly in the Low Tatras National Park of Slovakia.
The resort is comprised of luxuriously furnished one- and two-bedroom apartments all offering wonderful views of the region. There is also 24-hour room service courtesy of the adjacent Residence Hotel, where guests can enjoy amenities including an Ayurveda centre and spa centre, as well as restaurants and bars.

The area is home to one of the country’s largest winter resorts with more than 11 kilometres of ski slopes. The location is also popular with visitors during the summer months as it offers a variety of activities, including hiking, mountain biking, Slovakia’s biggest rope activity centre and even toboganning on a dry track.

RCI’s newest resort in Turkey, Kamelya World Vacation Club, is a haven for sun worshippers and beach lovers. It is part of the luxurious Kamelya World Holiday Complex – a stunning seafront resort in Colakli that also contains two five-star hotels and a holiday village.
Kamelya World Vacation Club enjoys beautiful views over the glistening Mediterranean, while the resort features many attractions including an Aqua Park, tennis courts and water sports such as windsurfing, parasailing and jet skis.

There are nine restaurants and 13 bars at the resort and RCI exchange guests will initially be accommodated in rooms at one of the resort’s five-star hotels before the timeshare units are complete in 2013.

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