Club La Costa members have received the following confirmation from Club La Costa stating that Whyndham Hotels & Resorts have signed a new international brand partnership.

The wording seem to be promoting the news as a positive, but what will now happen to all the member that thought they were free from the holiday club?

Many Club La Costa member thought they had hit the jackpot when the club had been declared bankrupt. But this latest news, if true, means that they will be stuck with the timeshare for the life of the contract if they do not do anything about it.

It is true that Whyndham Hotels & Resorts are a luxury brand, and it would be great to upgrade the tired resorts, such as Tenerife´´s Paradise Club, but at what cost does this come for the members? Maintenance fees do not only cover the running cost of a timeshare resort, but it also covers the costs of refurbishments. 

CLC Members Notice

“Dear Member,

After many months of challenges and uncertainty brought about by COVID-19, I am pleased to write to you with some truly exciting news about your membership.

CLC World have recently signed a new international brand partnership with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, one of the world’s giants in hospitality.

During November, all of CLC World’s properties will evolve to become one of the following branded resorts: Wyndham Grand Residences, Wyndham Residences, Ramada Residences by Wyndham, and Ramada Hotel & Suites.

Your membership, usage and conditions will not alter in any way, but you will see significant investment in the coming years to ensure all of the resorts maintain the prestigious standards of this global brand. You will also see the rollout of cutting-edge technology with new functionality being brought in to enhance your holiday experience, both before and during your stay.

There will be significant expansion, and we hope to announce the first new acquisition in the coming weeks, which will bring UK members more staycation options to complement our now well-established partnership with DeVere.

Additional new hotel suites have been built at Trenython this year, with a further 23 deluxe sea view lodges coming online from Autumn 2022.

Further planning is currently being sought at Trenython for Woodland Eco-Pods, which will add a new experiential style of accommodation for the more adventurous of members. In addition, Duchally will also soon have additional lodge developments underway.

And that’s just in the UK! There will be more exciting news about our forthcoming international developments in January’s members newsletter.

Your dedicated team, as always, remain at your service. The only differences you will see and feel in the coming months will be improvements as we rollout our planned projects.

My team and I look forward to continuing our hospitality journey with you and welcoming you back soon to your newly branded and upgraded resorts.”

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