How do I contact Diamond Resorts?
Are any Diamond Resorts pet friendly?
While we are not a pet-friendly resort we do allow service animals on-site. We thank you for being a member and look forward to your visit.
How many resorts does diamond have?
Who is Diamond resorts owned by?
Diamond Resorts (DRII) has been acquired by Apollo Global Management for $2.2 billion and the stock is surging on the news.
Can I cancel my Diamond Resorts timeshare?
Cancellation: For a full refund of your Deposit, Owner(s) may cancel at any time within 10 days upon receipt of the confirmation letter (the “Cancellation Period”). Please send cancellation requests to Diamond Events, 10615 Park Run Drive, Las Vegas, NV, 89144 or call 1.800. 391.7840.
Is Diamond resort a good timeshare?
Diamond Resorts are one of the reputable companies in timeshare. DRI operate their timeshare club on a points basis and it does work for me. I have used their points system to take to to the USA, Carribean Spain and the Canaries on top of having a number of short breaks in this country.
Can you just walk away from your timeshare?
At worst, you will pay a timeshare exit company to do something you could easily do yourself. Some people just stop paying on their timeshares. If you do walk away, don’t be surprised to see a big hit to your credit score and to start getting regular calls from collection agencies.
How much does a diamond resort timeshare cost?
As of October 1, 2016, the price of points in the Diamond Resorts U.S. Collection starts at $8.52 per point and a minimum purchase of 2,500 points is required. Pricing is subject to change.
Is Apollo selling diamond resorts?
(Reuters) – Diamond Resorts International Inc DRII. N said it agreed to be bought by private equity firm Apollo Global Management LLC APO. N for about $2.2 billion.
Are Timeshares Worth It?
The short answer is no. Timeshares are often associated with scams. Although you can good value when purchasing a timeshare, generally speaking, they’re a pretty bad investment. The whole business is a bit deceptive and arguably predatory.
What is Diamond Resorts worth?
Diamond Resorts Interntional, a Las Vegas-based luxury timeshare resort company, is being sold to a private investment management company for $2.2 billion, the company announced Wednesday.