Vacation Ownership at Royal Resorts
Frequently Asked Questions
A. Yes, you may deposit your unit or the one-bedroom suite or lockoff room portion in the internal exchange program available to Royal Resorts members and timetrade to another time of year, giving you flexibility to change your vacation schedule.
A. As a Royal Resorts member you have access to an international vacation exchange network and you can enroll your two-bedroom unit or part of it (the one-bedroom suite or the lock-off room) and travel the world, staying at resorts of a similar standard. And as Cancun and the Riviera Maya are two of the world’s leading beach destinations and Royal Resorts are top rated properties, demand is high for exchanges.
A. Yes, you may.
A. Yes. You may will it, rent it or give it away, just like any other real estate property.
A. Of course, the villa is yours for the time period you selected.
A. The membership period is 30 or 50 years depending on the resort. You can see the Membership periods of the different resorts in the Vacation Ownership Rights section.
A. The Club will be sold to the highest bidder and, after first deducting taxes, commissions and other appropriate charges and expenses derived from such sale, any sales proceeds remaining will be distributed among the beneficiaries of Vacation Intervals, corresponding to an equal share for each vacation interval into which the Club is divided.
A. Of course. Some purchasers even hold the memberships in the name of their business or corporation where they can be used by clients or as employee incentives.