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Exclusive Resorts Makes $100 Million Purchase

Exclusive Resorts, the pioneer and leader of the rapidly growing luxury residence club category, today announced the acquisition of 46 new residences in four beach destinations, a 20 percent expansion of its worldwide portfolio of multi-million-dollar vacation homes available for member use today. The residences purchased are all affiliated with world-class branded resorts and provide Exclusive Resorts members with access to the services and amenities of these five-star developments. These new acquisitions represent over $100 million in luxury real estate added to the club’s industry-leading portfolio of vacation homes.

Already the world’s #1 private club for discerning travelers, Exclusive Resorts offers its members vacations at more than 200 private residences today, in 33 of the most sought-after destinations around the globe, with another 200 homes under development in multiple locations. These residences are large enough for family and friends to vacation very comfortably.
“We are proud to have secured 46 new residences at four of the best branded beach resorts in the world with Esperanza, Los Cabos; Grand Wailea Resort, Maui; St. Regis, Ft. Lauderdale; and The Residences at Bath Club, South Beach, Miami,” said Donn Davis, chief executive officer of Exclusive Resorts. “We continue to provide our members the most unique and compelling vacation experience in the marketplace with the greatest variety of destinations, the most spectacular homes and the finest service.”
This expansion provides Exclusive Resorts members with even more vacation options and increased availability. Moreover, the club’s exclusive partnerships with world-renowned resorts ensure that Exclusive Resorts members experience the very best each destination has to offer in terms of services, amenities and activities. Under the terms of these acquisitions, Exclusive Resorts members will be able to experience Esperanza Resort in Los Cabos, Mexico; St. Regis Resort, Spa and Residences, Ft. Lauderdale; and The Residences at Bath Club in Miami Beach. Members staying at the Ho’olei Wailea homes will have access to the Grand Wailea Resort Hotel & Spa in Wailea, Maui, Hawaii.