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Quintess Launches Hybrid Destination Club

Vacation News » Vacation & Leisure Real Estate Edition | By George Sell | May 13, 2011 10:19 AM ET



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Quintess Collection

Club Holdings, the parent company of destination clubs Quintess, The Tour Club and DUO by Quintess, has launched The Quintess Collection, a new destination club which combines elements of the three existing clubs and offers flexible levels of membership and pricing.

The Quintess Collection, which reflects the recent trend for more versatile club offerings (see our recent story on Inspirato) "offers an exclusive portfolio of exquisite homes combined with extensive services and amenities. Members now have the flexibility and freedom to enjoy more than 100 homes and experiences in over 40 destinations across The Quintess Collection network," says the company.

Pete Estler, founder and CEO of Club Holdings, LLC, said: "In launching The Quintess Collection, we set out to be more than a luxury, we set out to be a necessity - ensuring that each member takes more vacations, enjoys better vacations and spends more quality time with the people most important to them. We have always been member-owned and member-driven and we remain dedicated to delivering the most remarkable residences and life-enriching travel experiences to our members through The Quintess Collection."

Quintess was founded in 2004 and provides members access to more than 50 homes, worth an average of $4 million each, in destinations such as Aspen, Los Cabos, Florence, Hawaii, Jackson Hole, Napa Valley, New York City, Paris and Tuscany.

DUO by Quintess offers access to residences with an average value of $2 million. Launched in late 2010, DUO by Quintess has more than 15 residences in resort and city destinations, including Hawaii, Jackson Hole, London, Los Cabos, South Beach, Stowe and Vail.

The Tour Club is a partnership with the PGA Tour. Its members "can stay in luxury residences at top golf resorts and private clubs, enjoy playing privileges at a growing list of over 30 of the finest private clubs in America and get behind-the-scenes access to the best tournaments in golf".

Membership of The Quintess Collection is priced according to which of the existing clubs is your "home club", and ranges from $59,000 initially and annual dues of $17,150 for 21 nights, to $365,000 with annual dues of $39,900 for 28 nights.

 


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