Hilton timeshare owners brace yourself for a new vacation destination to Hilton’s resort portfolio. A partnership between Mori Trust, a Japanese real estate developer, and Hilton Grand Vacations was announced on the 14th of this month, marking the first time the two giants have worked together.
The resort is to be built on Japan’s Sesokojima Island by Mori Trust, and will featured 132 units that will be owned and managed by Hilton Grand Vacations, as well as a hotel with about 300 more rooms, which would make the resort qualify as a “mixed-use” resort.
Hilton Okinawa Sesoko Resort is set to open in 2020, while the HGV timeshare resort is expected to commence operations in 2021.
As with other Hilton resorts, accommodations will feature full kitchens, additional bedrooms, private pools and the many other benefits enjoyed at other Hilton timeshare resorts. The resort is set to feature:
Sesokojima Island makes for a unique vacation experience, due to its proximity to popular attractions such as Okinawa Chura-umi Aquarium, Nakijin Castle, Motobu Port, as well as the beautiful coast-line of northern Okinawa. The location will afford owners a breath-taking ocean view from many of its guest rooms.
Mark Wang, president and CEO of Hilton Grand Vacations, had this to say about the project:
For more information on the upcoming Hilton Grand Vacations resort, read the official press release.