What would happen if not having to choose where to go on vacation became a reality? Royal Holiday is the answer. Our mission as an independent agency is simple: provide the best value in vacations tailored to our guests’ tastes. We handpick destinations and build complete packages for our members’ luxury of choice. Some unique features are Royal Holiday’s VIP Perks, Royal Holiday Elite Resort Program, a Member Services team available 24 hours a day, and the Royal Holiday Ambassador Network.
The company is a vacation club that caters to vacationers planning trips to Mexico, Hawaii, and the Caribbean. The company utilizes publicly available resorts and its own properties that are not open to the public. Royal Holiday has been featured by major publications, including the Wall Street Journal because it spends 5% of its revenues on charity work versus the industry standard of 1%.
Royal Holiday Foundation is an independent charitable organization founded by Royal Holiday Vacation Club members in 2003. The Royal Holiday Foundation aims to enhance the quality of life for individuals in need. The Foundation has donated monies to many children’s foundations, including Operation Smile, Ronald McDonald House, Shriners Hospitals for Children, and Habitat for Humanity.
In addition to the charitable donations, Royal Holiday has adopted a Mexican orphanage called Hogar de Ninos. The company provides food, clothing and school tuition for the children, who range in age from 1 to 14, living there. Refer to this article to learn more.
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The IRS settled with five of the largest U.S-based timeshare companies, including RCI and Interval International (parent company of Holiday Inn Club Vacations), for $84 million for failing to collect and pay over occupancy taxes on timeshare reservations made in 1997-2002. The settlement represents more than $16 million payment by Royal Holiday Vacation Club Resorts to the State of Florida.