I could not exchange my Club Regina week through RCI even after I deposited my week with RCI. It has to be done by a Club Regina vacation councilor. I would like to hear from other Club Regina week owners if they also have the same problem ?
Yes - that is SOP with Club Regina. Club Regina's affiliation agreement with RCI provides that RCI will only accept Club Regina deposits from Club Regina itself. Club Regina then periodically deposits weeks with RCI in bulk transactions.I could not exchange my Club Regina week through RCI even after I deposited my week with RCI. It has to be done by a Club Regina vacation councilor. I would like to hear from other Club Regina week owners if they also have the same problem ?
Hi--I'm also trying to navigate Club Regina. Does anyone know how you use SFX? I used our Club Regina points to do an internal exchange to Park Plaza in March. Can I just deposit this week with SFX? Doesn't Club Regina and Raintree require the owner to check in? Is this something that can be acommodated with a guest certificate? Appreciate any help with the logistics. We'll probably just ski this year, but curious for the future. Thanks!!You are much better off depositing that Club Regina week you have reserved with an independent exchange company, such as San Francisco Exchange (if it's a prime season week) or Trading Places. If SFX will accept it you might be able to qualify for a bonus week as well.
That post doesn't make sense. With Club Regina you can't pick the week to deposit, so there's no way to deposit a week a year in advance. You have to take whatever week Club Regina assigns to your account; you have no control over how far in advance of checkin your deposited week will be. And Club Regina is notorious for giving members slop weeks for trading in RCI.Just wanted to let everyone know I have gotten great exchanges through RCI using my Club REgina gold and silver week. I have gotten Royal Mayan, Grand Mayan and Hilton on I-drive in Orlando. 2 out of the 3 have been peak holiday weeks. I always deposit my weeks atleast a year in advance. Iwill continue to give RCI my weeks.
Raintree/Club Regina is one of the most confusing mini-systems around, and one of the big areas of confusion is the difference between Club Regina and Raintree. There are lots of people who own Club Regina that think they have Raintree because all of the correspondence comes from Raintree. Similarly, there are many Raintree owners who use "Raintree" and "Club Regina" similarly.Agree but Club Regina does have different types of Memberships that very roughly correspond to similar types in Raintree.
I think that Cancun, PV & Cabo are all supposed to be updated. We were in Cancun in April and were told that the renovation there was going to start the following week.My bad!
Anyone been to any of the resorts that have been "updated/renovated" I believe Cancun and Cabo are being serviced. Too bad b/c I think PV's rooms are showing their age. However, that is my favorite resort b/c of the location and pools!
We were in the Club Regina in Cancun in May and stayed in two different units. The first was what I would call refurbished, not updated and the second looked a little more worn. They were working room to room and floor to floor. They had put us in a first floor room that had newer furnishings and the Kitchen had what looked like new countertops. We wanted to be on a higher floor so they moved us at our request to one that had not had the treatment . That higher floor unit definitely needed some work, especially in the kitchen where the dishwasher was loose from its mounting.I think that Cancun, PV & Cabo are all supposed to be updated. We were in Cancun in April and were told that the renovation there was going to start the following week.
I have posted asking if anybody has seen evidence of renovation work being performd, but have only received ominous silence in return!
Still want to know...but remain skeptical.