Are you looking for information on Sunterra timeshare resales? The well-respected timeshare conglomerate, Sunterra Resorts, has recently been absorbed and enhanced by the privately held timeshare developer Diamond Resorts International (DRI). In the spring of 2007, Sunterra Resorts became part of one of the largest timeshare industry acquisitions ever, transferring ownership of almost 100 Sunterra Resort properties and affiliations with locations in 13 countries and 17 U.S. states.
To make the transition as comfortable as possible for previous Sunterra owners, Diamond plans to keep many of Sunterra's programs the same. Members of the Club Sunterra multi-destination points program can enjoy the same travel freedom with Diamond's "THE Club" ownership system. Likewise, owners can expect the same level of quality and service of Sunterra's most popular resorts, like Sunterra's Ka'anapali Beach Club and Sunterra's Polo Tower Suites and Villas, under the new ownership.
In this effort to not only uphold, but also complement, the respectability and reputation that the Sunterra Resorts brand was famous for, Diamond's ownership made a "brand promise to offer more destination choice to [their] owners." In January 2008, Diamond Resorts announced it's North American Resort Portfolio Expansion, which is set to add 14 new resorts in California, Canada, Colorado, Hawaii, Mexico, Utah and Washington. Of the expansion, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Diamond Resorts International, Stephen J. Cloobeck said, "The addition of 14 new resorts...and further expansion plans in the works, underscores the commitment to our brand tenants of simplicity, choice and comfort and our ongoing commitment to the owners."
Today, Diamond Resorts International is one of the largest vacation ownership programs in the world. And, as 360,000 owner families will attest, their commitment to upholding and enhancing the Sunterra Resorts reputation is evident in the growth and quality of their services. Please browse our inventory of previous Sunterra timeshare resales under their new ownership, Diamond Resorts.