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Features club systems RCI and II

Published: Wed, 10/31/2012 - 19:14
By: copy1

The existence of two powerful and efficient in his own club systems RCI and II now includes major flows lovers stable annual holiday with high quality services. In these systems there are differences and similarities. First, this "area" distribution. If RCI (Resort Condominiums International) operates mainly on the Eurasian continent, II (Interval international) - more oriented to South and North America, but not limited to them alone. Because of the density of tourist flows, cultural, historical, climatic and other conditions of the continental club holidays more popular, and therefore not subject to strong fluctuations in demand. Also, for example, EU legislation and states outside the EU, more securely, in our view, provide recreation visitors and protect their rights. In RCI is far more clubs around the world, is actively positioning itself on the new tourist directions.


Unlike RCI II has a less extensive network of the club, but in II there a more flexible system of discounts. The cost of holidays is also slightly lower than in the clubs RCI. System II is more common in the U.S.. This system focuses on the rules adopted by the EU and the countries of Europe, uses the rules of international law. However, in the U.S. there is no common law rules of service in the club network, it is limited by local regulations. Most adapted instruments of vacation club is in some states, where there are many resort areas, such as Florida. Some researchers economic changes in tourism suggest that over the next 10 years, these two "monopolist" in club rest - RCI and II - will go towards the union. Following that will be accepted and transnational law governing tourist flows in this promising area.