Resorts International – Top 3 Timeshare Companies In Resort Property Field In Vietnam

The unique features of domestic and international partners and long-term partners of the company in other sectors gives customers a wide range of accumulated benefits. That makes them choose the prestigious Resorts International brand to cooperate

Hochiminh, Vietnam - November 19, 2019 / / —

According to Visa’s survey on global tourism trends in recent years, the world tourism density and demand is rapidly increasing. According to the survey, 72% of Vietnamese citizens say they are willing to devote a part of their income to invest in vacations. Accordingly, Viet Nam’s tourism and leisure travel investment industries are growing rapidly, accounting for more than 30% of the country’s GDP.

Located at the most prestigious Saigon Center building in Ho Chi Minh City, Resorts International is a luxurious resort system based in the US. The company specializes in providing vacation packages under the "Family Vacation" ownership model. Recently, Resorts International has decided to bring this model to Vietnam, affording members of Vietnam’s burgeoning middle and upper classes the opportunity to own their world-class accommodation.

Facing the reality that Vietnamese families demand wonderful experiences and gorgeous destinations, Resorts International Vietnam - Top 3 timeshare in VN has increased the number of amenities and facilities by cooperating with more than 200 partners and 500 destinations in different service industries in Vietnam, such as dining, recreation, spa, beauty, and shopping to bring customers a multichannel – multiproduct experience.

The main attraction of the timeshare model from Resorts International is the domestic and international vacation exchange services between owners. Thereby, families are free to choose their desired experience and enjoy a wide range of destinations across the country with the cost that can be completely under control. Moreover, the vacation exchange services offer both convenience and incredible savings, as the family can avoid dealing with traditional tourism companies or having to navigate through the never-ending stream of “amazing offers” found online.

Perhaps the most notable feature of Resorts International lies in the fact that it always puts the customer first. From the very get-go, it is clear Resorts International is thinking of what the customer desires. While competitors require, on average, a three-month delay from the day of signing to being able to use their services, Resorts International customers can use the company’s world-class accommodations within one month. With a structure of more than 200 well-trained employees who meet the international standards, the company always provides the best support for all customer trips. Above all, all information about Resorts International is public, transparent, and is certified from reputable organizations, giving customers the most secure and satisfying experience.

About the company:
Resorts International currently access to a network of more than 6,000 luxurious resorts and hotels with famous brand names in the resort and hotel industry such as Marriott, Hilton, Hyatt, Sheraton, Disney, Wyndham, Starwood, and across more than 200 destinations in the domestic market. Resorts International predicts that this number will continue to increase sharply in the near future. Bearing in mind the mission of renovating and developing Vietnam's tourism industry, Resorts International is committed to providing Vietnamese families domestic and international vacations with quality each year at a reasonable cost.
Resorts International's family vacation model is always developing based on the great core values of Love - Happiness - Faith - Sustainability and Commitment. Such values are the motivation for Resorts International to bring the best promising moments and wonderfully memorable vacations for Vietnamese families.


Contact Info:
Name: Johnathan Smith
Email: Send Email
Organization: Resorts International - Live The Fullest Life
Address: 5th floor of Saigon Centre, 65 Le Loi Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, HCMC
Phone: (84-28) 71028866


Release ID: 88934914

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