Consolidated Timeshares Basics
Consolidated Resorts has over twenty-five years of experience in the timeshare and vacation ownership industry and was the first developer to obtain a timeshare registration in Hawaii. Consolidated currently operates nine resorts in Hawaii and has two resorts in Las Vegas with a third set to open in the first quarter of 2006. Owners at Consolidated properties are able to enjoy the comforts of home on vacation and can also exchange their time for accommodations at over 1,900 resorts worldwide or for a cruise through Interval International.
Consolidated Hawaii Resorts
For many people, Hawaii is at the top of the list of dream vacation destinations and Consolidated is well-positioned with nine resorts in the Hawaiian Islands. All of the resorts offer a full range of amenities in the accommodations and the resort grounds. The bulk of its Hawaiian resorts are in the lush paradise of Maui. In this high-demand area, Consolidated offers the Maui Beach Vacation Club and Maui Banyan Vacation Club in Kihei and in the resort community of Kapalua The Gardens at West Maui. On the northwest coast of Maui, Consolidated provides four properties in the spectacular beach area of Kahana. The Sands of Kahana Vacation Club, Kahana Beach Vacation Club, Hono Koa Vacation Club and Kahana Villa Vacation Club are ideally located in this tropical haven. These resorts provide an ideal location for vacationers interested in relaxing on the idyllic beaches, snorkeling or scuba diving, golfing amidst spectacular scenery, exploring the area’s shopping, museums, galleries or just soaking in the natural beauty of this world-renowned retreat. The company also operates the Imperial Hawaii Vacation Club – Imperial Hawaii Resort in Waikiki on Oahu and visitors will find it accessible to the shopping, live entertainment and attractions of the Waikiki area. The Kona Islander Vacation Club on the Big Island of Hawaii is in the center of the historic village of Kona and offers a full range of vacation activities as well as many opportunities to explore the traditional culture of Hawaii.
Consolidated Las Vegas Resorts
The popularity of Las Vegas as a vacation destination has steadily increased since the mid 1980’s and Consolidated Resorts recognized the outstanding potential for quality vacation ownership in this unique destination that attracts visitors from around the world. In the late 1990’s, Consolidated unveiled its first venture in Las Vegas with the French –Mediterranean-themed Club de Soleil on Tropicana Avenue. This resort offers studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom lock-off accommodations and the location provides a comfortable respite from the high energy of the Las Vegas Strip. Swimming pools, exercise rooms, whirlpools, putting greens and a lighted tennis court provide a satisfying vacation experience and the resort offers complimentary shuttle service to the Strip. Consolidated’s second Las Vegas resort on Tropicana Avenue abandoned the European style of its predecessor. The Polynesian-themed Tahiti is framed with spectacular palm trees and has two sand-beach swimming pools and a waterfall whirlpool. The spacious pool area offers thatched roof cabanas and is encircled by the resort’s buildings to enhance the feeling of being on an island retreat. This resort has a full range of accommodations and also provides complimentary shuttle service to the casinos on the Las Vegas Strip. Club de Soleil and Tahiti have both been earned the distinction of being awarded Five Star Resort status from Interval International.
Consolidated Resorts newest undertaking in Las Vegas is Tahiti Village, a master planned resort located directly on the Las Vegas Strip. Currently under construction, this 27-acre property is slated to boast 1,046 two-bedroom lock-off units and Consolidated has made it clear they intend to take the front position in this booming market. Room amenities are scheduled to include luxurious flooring, granite countertops, washers and dryers, plasma screen television, DVD, whirlpool tubs and steam showers. Consolidated seems intent on delivering a world-class resort vacation experience in Las Vegas – even if you don’t leave the property during your stay. The grounds promise to offer high-end landscaping touches to compliment the surroundings and the on-site amenities list is impressive. The main pool will be in the vicinity of 10,000 square feet and will have a sand-beach entry. There will be additional smaller pools and a lazy river water feature. Hot tubs, cabanas, a sand beach volleyball court, fitness center and a 24-hour restaurant are some of the features of this tropical-themed resort. Phase I of Tahiti Village is scheduled to open by May of 2006 and from all reports response to the property has been extremely positive and sales are moving at a brisk pace.