QVI Club Announces New Resorts in India, Turkey and Cape Town

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QuestNet's QVI Club has added 19 new properties to its global portfolio of vacation hotels. The new resorts are in the exotic locations of India, Turkey and South Africa’s Cape Town.

To cater to the demands and desires of its ever-growing membership for new and unusual destinations and resorts, QVI Club has added 19 new properties to its global portfolio of vacation hotels. The new resorts are in the exotic locations of India, Turkey and South Africa’s Cape Town.

As people become more adventurous in their vacation choices and often look for off-the-beaten-track destinations, QVI Club seeks to match this trend by offering its members an increasingly larger and more diverse selection through its membership packages.

In January, World Tourism International predicted a 3% to 4% increase in international tourist arrivals for 2010. This supports QVI Club’s forecast that its membership base will continue to grow strongly. Through its Home Resorts, its Limited Collection Resorts, and through a partnership with XchangeWorld, an international holiday exchange network, QVI Club offers members a choice of holiday destinations in nearly 3,000 resorts around the world.

Members can now choose to stay in nine new resorts in various places in India, under Limited Collection Resorts. These nine belong to the charming Cambay Hotels & Resorts group:

India:

Cambay Beach Resort, Bardez, Goa
Cambay Grand, Ahmedabad
Cambay Sapphire, Ahmedabad
Cambay Spa & Resort, Gandhinagar
Cambay Boutique Apartments, Gurgaon
Cambay Palm Lagoon, Kollam, Kerala
Cambay Golf Resort, Jamdoli, Jaipur
Cambay Golf Resort, Kukas, Jaipur
Cambay Spa & Resort, Udaipur

Through XchangeWorld, five other resorts in India, and four seaside resorts in Turkey, are now available to members:

India:

Citrus Goa
Citrus Pimpri-Pune
Citrus Chambers Mahabaleshwar
Citrus Lonavala
Citrus Sriperumbudur

Turkey:

Royal Height Homes, Bodrum
Turquoise Homes, Bodrum
Botanic Garden, Dalaman
Sunset Beach Club, Fethiye

With the football World Cup taking place in South Africa this year, the country is very much in focus for tourists. QVI Club foresees huge interest in this fascinating country and has added a Cape Town resort to its Home Resorts collection:

South Africa:

The Centurion All Suite Hotel, Cape Town

These resorts are now open for booking. QVI Club membership is available through QuestNet, an international direct selling company. For more information, visit http://www.quest.net.

ABOUT QVI CLUB

QVI Club offers innovative holidays and fun-filled adventures through a flexible vacation membership, giving members access to thousands of hotels and resorts worldwide. QVI Club’s vision is to be present in prime locations around the world, either by developing its own QVI Home Resorts, or through partnerships with high quality associated resorts, aiming to give each member a distinctive, memorable QVI holiday that exceeds expectations.

ABOUT QUESTNET

QuestNet is an international direct selling company established in 1998. Operating a global sales force, QuestNet offers a high-quality product portfolio consisting of innovative lifestyle products, including consumable and everyday items, personal care and wellness products, luxury and collectible items, vacation packages, and telecommunications.

QuestNet also provides business opportunities to millions of people around the world by offering entrepreneurial aspirants the opportunity to run their own business through an e-commerce platform, to promote the company and its products. QuestNet provides its representatives with the requisite training and business tools to succeed, and champions professional business and marketing practices at both corporate and network levels. Driven by the mission of RYTHM (Raise Yourself To Help Mankind), QuestNet is an active contributor to the support and sustainability of the communities in which it operates.

To learn more about QuestNet, visit http://www.quest.net.

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