Exclusive Resorts Introduces the Gateway Travel Card

Exclusive Resorts, the Denver-based private destination club, has unveiled the Gateway travel card, allowing its members to pre-purchase 21 or more days of travel while avoiding potential price hikes and surprise fees. The vacation days can be used over three years at any of Exclusive Resorts’ properties: over 300 privately owned two- to five-bedroom residences in 75 locations around the world.

Holders of the Gateway card have easy access to travel planning services and on-site concierge and daily housekeeping services. Pricing is $1,550 per residence per night (for a minimum of $32,550), without membership costs or initiation fees. Cardholders can opt for premium upgrade packages to obtain custom experiences like VIP access to professional golf’s Masters Tournament or the Milan Fashion Week.

Exclusive Resorts has also introduced the Gateway Escape card, which is good for three- to seven-day trips, at a fixed rate of $1,995 per night, as well as the Choice Membership option, offering rates starting from $1,430 per night and terms ranging from three to 10 years. (www.exclusiveresorts.com)

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