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Exciting News! New Resorts Planned and Opened

If you love to travel and if you love utilizing a timeshare ownership in your travels, then you get excited when you learn about new resorts being opening in different locations. 2018 is off to a great start with three of the major timeshare brands opening or announcing plans to open timeshare properties in locations that are new for each brand. Let’s take a look:



Marriott Vacation Club continues to expand to exceptional and unique locations. One of the most recent additions is Marriott’s Bali Nusa Dua Gardens on the island of Bali. This marks Marriott’s first resort in Indonesia and joins an exciting lineup of exotic locations including existing properties in Thailand, Bangkok and Australia. Marriott’s Bali Nusa Dua Gardens features studio, 1 and 2 bedroom guestrooms each with a kitchenette. This property is available to book now.



Hilton Grand Vacations acquired the Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa in Japan this past January. Hilton plans to add timeshare units, with ocean views, on property they purchased in the acquisition. This property is already an award winner and it will be exciting to see how Hilton Grand Vacations further develops it. A separate timeshare development in Japan was announced late in 2017 with an expected operational date in 2021.


Lovers of Texas, rejoice! Wyndham Vacation Ownership announced the opening of Wyndham Austin last month. Club Wyndham and WorldMark owners alike have access now to the inventory of this new resort which features 1, 2 and 3 bedroom suites. Wyndham Austin is an exciting city destination with a rooftop swimming pool that overlooks downtown Austin.

Interested in finding out how you can use a timeshare to vacation at one of these new resorts? Premier Timeshare Resale has experienced licensed timeshare agents ready to help! Contact us today to discover more about these resort brands and how a timeshare vacation ownership can work for you!

Olympic Glory: Athens, Greece

We think that although Vancouver hosted the winter Olympic games, it’s a nice place to spend part of your summer, too. For summer Olympic Game Host Cities, our next pick for exploring is none other than the birth place of the Olympics itself: Athens, Greece.


Athens has actually hosted two summer games, one in 1896 and one more recently in 2004. In fact, Athens also hosted games in summer of 1906, although they are no longer officially recognized by the International Olympic Committee (the IOC), which refers to them as the 1906 Intercalated Games. Because Ancient Greece was the birthplace of the Olympic Games, it is fitting that Athens be designated as their host more than once in the modern era.


The capital city of Greece and considered by some to be the birthplace of not only the Olympics, but also Western civilization, Athens is a traveler’s paradise. With the major landmarks of the Greek, Roman and Byzantine periods within walking distance from the city center, Athens offers tourists a host of art and architecture to feast on.


Food itself is delicious, and dining has long been a social tradition for Athenians who lounge for hours in tavernas serving up traditional fare and regional cooking. Cretan cuisine, largely regarded as one of the healthiest versions of the olive oil-rich Mediterranean diet is a current trend in Athenian fare that travelers from the US can’t get enough of.

Athenian accommodations aren’t few and far between, either. While Athens timeshare resales do exist, timeshare owners wanting to travel to Greece might do well to use their travel points and stay somewhere like the Athens Hilton—completely renovated and with a range of services sure to satisfy. After the 2004 Olympics, Athens upgraded many of their overnight stay options, with a notable increase in the number of good-quality, mid-range family hotels, while classic luxury hotel’s like the Grande Bretagne are still around to offer travelers a good night’s sleep—and spa session.


Athens is a tantalizing intersection of ancient and modern, and timeshare owners wishing to explore Olympic locations should contact an agent at PTR to get ideas about how to best utilize their trading power. International timeshare resales, while seductive, can be tedious to unload, so if you’re looking to sell an international timeshare, let us know so that we can help you make sure all the legal loose ends don’t fray. Contact PTR today!