Fairmont Heritage Place and The Registry Collection renew agreement
Fairmont's private residence club and The Registry Collection luxury fractional exchange scheme have renewed their affiliation agreement.
The Registry Collection currently offers more than 200 properties either available for exchange or under development in 40 countries, while Fairmont Heritage Place, offers vacation ownership homes in several locations around the globe.
Gregg Anderson, global vice president for The Registry Collection, said: "We are thrilled Fairmont Heritage Place has once again chosen The Registry Collection as its exchange provider. The beautiful properties that are a part of Fairmont Heritage Place match the experience of The Registry Collection, and we are sure that this relationship will continue to bring success to both of our brands as we send travellers on the vacations of their dreams."
Several Fairmont Heritage Place properties are available for exchange through The Registry Collection network. They include properties in Acapulco, Mexico; Zimbali, South Africa; Palm Jumeirah, Dubai; San Francisco, California; Telluride, Colorado; Miramar Beach, Florida.; and Santa Fe, New Mexico.
"This partnership provides greater options and value to our Fairmont Heritage Place owners, so we're very happy to be continuing our affiliation with The Registry Collection," said Rick Houston, general manager, residential operations, Fairmont Raffles Hotels International. "The exchange program also provides us with an opportunity to welcome The Registry Collection members to our Fairmont Heritage Place locations worldwide, where they'll experience firsthand the personalized service and luxurious comforts that Fairmont is known for."