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Jeff

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« on: December 01, 2005, 12:54:00 »
I know that Timeshare resorts in Ireland are always in demand, so for my money a resort in the centre of Ireland would be an obvious winner.


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« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2005, 14:16:30 »
I would like to see something in the Sorrento, Amalfi area of Italy.

Also something more on the Algarve but much further west than Quinta de Lago-- Alvor and westwards would be ideal.
 Best leave some for others. Perhaps Santa Dave H will deliver them for Christmas!

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« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2005, 19:55:06 »
(I noticed this was just under Sunterra.  My answer spoke more generally to where more timeshare was needed, so I deleted it)
 

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« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2005, 20:12:13 »
Hi Carolinian
 What the need is generally could be mirrored by the needs of Sunterra so perhaps you should put your wish list down.

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« Reply #4 on: February 24, 2006, 16:52:20 »
Hi Tom,
We would think a resort in far southwest Cornwall, Scottish highlands, Holland would be nice and flat for pushing a wheelchair[:)].
Martin

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« Reply #5 on: February 24, 2006, 17:13:23 »
Hi Ya [:)]

I would love to see a resort in Santorini which is a beautiful Greek Island, hope to go there for a few days or even a week beg of June, we had to cancel our 2 weeks at Gran Anfi in Gran Canaria in middle of May which gutted me cause they landed bang in the middle of college exams, so we may go there as a reward if I pass plus it will Nicks B/day so kind of a joint pressie [8D]

Lots of Love Mo xxx[;)]xxx

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« Reply #6 on: February 24, 2006, 20:47:03 »
Hi Mo
A resort in the Greek Islands would be good, however I can't see that ever happening because I am pretty sure that the Greek's have a law in place stopping anyone other than Greek nationals owning more than 49% of any timeshare company.

I agreE with Jay4Martin that Holland would be another decent place (but not near Amsterdam) as the fishing out there is pretty good.

mo mo

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« Reply #7 on: February 25, 2006, 00:30:41 »
Hi Jeff [:)]

Am smiling here now what kind of fishing would you be going to do in Amsterdam though there are a good few Cafe`s there which serve nice choccy cake which made help your bones [;)]

On a more serious note Yes Holland would be an ideal place for a resort specially for anyone disabled or for anyone else come to think of it as I just love the people they are so open warm and friendly.  I spent nearly 4 years on the Dutch border in a German town called Goch and used to go into Holland most weekends. I was real fit in those days so used to cycle 6miles to work as there were cycle paths everywhere and it was so easy as all was so flat I got real homesick as missed the mountains [:(]

Your right come to think of it there are very few timeshares in Greece didn`t know why till now though I suppose its their governments way of protecting their landscape.

Lots of Love Mo xxx


Val

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« Reply #8 on: February 25, 2006, 20:57:13 »
One in Hollywood California that we could get exchanges into to visit our son more frequently and utilise the weeks we have banked

peeweeel

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« Reply #9 on: May 03, 2006, 22:24:05 »
All pipe dreams at the moment?  There's room for a small hut in my back garden but it's a bit close to Wychnor.

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« Reply #10 on: May 04, 2006, 05:55:06 »
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Originally posted by peeweeel

All pipe dreams at the moment?  There's room for a small hut in my back garden but it's a bit close to Wychnor.



Club La Costa at Wychnor seems an attractive option to me Phil [:D]

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« Reply #11 on: May 07, 2006, 16:05:02 »
In Europe I would like to see these resorts added to the present portfolio.[;)][;)]
 They have a reputation for being run far more professionally than the Sunterra portfolio is at present.


Andorra - Canillo
Club La Solana de Ransol
Austria - Salzburg
Club La Costa Alpine Centre
Ferienclub Eichenhof
 
 
France - French Riviera
Marina Baie des Anges

   
 
France - Languedoc-Rousillon
Malibu Village      
 
Great Britain - England  
Canaltime at Sawley Marina Devoncourt Hever Hotel  
Canaltime Houseboats at Bedford    
   
Great Britain - Scotland    
Duchally Country Estate  
     
Great Britain - Wales
Pantglas Owners Club  
     
Greece - Corfu    
Aqualand Village Hotel      
     
Greece - Crete    
Leoniki Residence Village Holiday Club  
 
Greece - Rhodes    
Sun Beach Holiday Club    
     
Italy - Rome    
Carpediem Roma Golf Club    
   
Malta - St Paul´s Bay    
Club Riza    
     
Portugal - Algarve    
Clube Praia da Oura Ourapraia Aparthotel  Vila Castelo  
     
Spain - Costa Blanca    
Oliva Beach Club  Parque Denia Club  
   
Spain - Costa del Sol    
Benal Beach Castillo del Rey Club Playa Vista Resorts
Las Farolas Crown Resorts at Calahonda Crown Resorts at Riviera del Sol
Marina del Rey Las Farolas Royale Marina del Mar
Marina Park Marina del Sol Marina Dorada
San Diego Suites at California Beach Resort Miraflores Pueblo Marina
Sunset Beach Club Santa Cruz Suites at California Beach Resort Sierra Marina
   
 
   
Spain - Balearic Islands - Ibiza  
Es Pueto Es Pueto at Aldea Bonsai
     
Spain - Balearic Islands - Majorca  
Aucanada Club Residencial Cala Pí Nou
     
Spain - Canary Islands - Gran Canaria  
Bahia Blanca    
 
Spain - Canary Islands - Tenerife    
Club La Costa at Monterey Club La Costa at Paradise Club Olympus
Sunningdale Village    
     
Turkey - Marmaris    
Loryma Resort Hotel

   
We would finally be able to put something in the topic
"Good News from Sunterra"


 

 

 

 

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« Reply #12 on: May 10, 2006, 21:19:44 »
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Originally posted by Jeff

quote:
Originally posted by peeweeel

All pipe dreams at the moment?  There's room for a small hut in my back garden but it's a bit close to Wychnor.



Club La Costa at Wychnor seems an attractive option to me Phil [:D]



As long as I still get my 365 day use, I'm not too worried about who owns it!

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« Reply #13 on: May 16, 2006, 21:57:32 »
Hello All.  
Not sure if this is under the correct topic.
  Sunterra Corporation have recently made an announcement about      acquiring new resorts.  See their website via :-
  http://tinyurl.com/mwhvx
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« Reply #14 on: May 16, 2006, 22:24:33 »
That's all well and good Dennis,but only if the Yanks don't decide to off load Sunterra Europe.

I also wonder why Beach Group principal John Gilliam will become president of the newly formed Sunterra Beach Group LLC, is this just another jobs for the boys aquisition?

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« Reply #15 on: May 13, 2007, 20:50:57 »
S.omewhere in the Innsbruck area would suit me just fine, or South Africa or Hong Kong

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« Reply #16 on: May 13, 2007, 23:21:13 »
What about the Isle of Wight?  It's a magical place and has lost its only timeshare resort (Hazel Green/Wootten Creek).  Otherwise, what about the old Butlins place at Saltdean, Brighton?  I think it was called the Seaview Hotel, or something similar.

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« Reply #17 on: May 14, 2007, 19:06:43 »
New Resorts for Sunterra

I agree anywhere in Ireland would be nice.

Also any Greek Island, I do appreciate there is little timeshare accommodation in Greece but there is some as at one time I purchased a taster package from "Club Greece" who had Sun Beach on Rhodes and two or three Resorts on Crete. An arrangement similar to the very popular Akteon Tourist Village on Cyprus (which was I believe very popular) would be a good start.

Just my thoughts we'll probably end up with another Resort at Tenerife!!!

Cheers

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« Reply #18 on: May 14, 2007, 19:14:14 »
Rhodes if anywhere... [:D]
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« Reply #19 on: May 14, 2007, 20:57:25 »
Hi Doggy

Sun Beach Resort at Ixia (walking distance from Rhodes Town if you like walking or a fairly reasonable Taxi Fare, if I recall correctly Rhodes Taxis were some of the cheapest we have seen) is very nice indeed certainly on a par with Sunterra when we were there about 4 years ago.

It used to be available as an II exchange but it seems to have moved to RCI which is a pity. We would jump at the chance to go back to Sun Beach, part of a Greek Timeshare business called "Club Greece", fixed week rather than points based set up, it was a few years ago anyway.

Cheers

Dave K