Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) July 10, 2008
Two-time Olympian and World Cup Champion skier - turned - developer Cary Mullen has partnered his Puerto Escondido (Mex) development with Resort to Resort, a Global Exchange Program powered by Intrawest.
After searching the globe for 5 years, VIVO Resorts founder Cary Mullen chose the Oceanside town on the Mexican Southern Pacific Coast, Puerto Escondido to fulfill his "lifestyle investments" philosophy. The resort Mullen is creating, in a relatively untouched area about 15 minutes from town, will feature beachfront condos in a traditional Mexican style, available for full ownership or fractional ownership. They will feature all the amenities you'd expect at a five-star hotel, including an upscale restaurant, bar, spa, fitness facility, business centre, conference centre and infinity pools.
"VIVO Resorts is proud to be a part of the prestigious Resort to Resort exchange program and partner with Intrawest," says VIVO founder Cary Mullen. "We look forward to hosting Resort to Resort members at our property and providing them with exceptional vacation experiences in Puerto Escondido. We also expect that all members at VIVO Resorts will embrace this unique opportunity to now broaden their vacation choices at a wide array of world class resorts and cruise lines."
"We are ecstatic to have VIVO Resorts join our network of properties," says Dean Kneider, Director Resort to Resort. As resort real estate continues to grow and value added partnerships like these are offered, resort home owners get an opportunity to expand their global footprint of their secondary home ownership with VIVO Resorts."
About Vivo Resorts:
We offer exceptional real estate investment value in beautiful locations with abundant activities. We develop resorts where you can enjoy your favorite people and where living is better and easier. Vivo means "Alive". For more information visit: http://www.vivoresorts.com
About Resort to Resort:
Resort to Resort is an exclusive Homeowner exchange network developed by Intrawest. It's comprised of select whole ownership, fractional and condo hotel real estate developments at Intrawest resorts and a portfolio of carefully selected partner resorts. For more information, visit Resort to Resort online: http://www.resort2resort.com.
Intrawest is a world leader in experiential destination resorts. The company has interests in ten resorts at North America's most popular mountain destinations including Whistler Blackcomb, a host venue for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. The Intrawest network also includes Canadian Mountain Holidays, the largest heli-skiing operation in the world, Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort in Florida and Club Intrawest -- a private resort club with locations throughout North America. In addition, Intrawest develops real estate at its resorts and at other locations across North America and in Europe. Intrawest is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia. For more information, visit http://www.intrawest.com