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Hilton Grand Vacations Club just keeps on growing. We’re excited to announce the opening of our newest Club resort and our fourth in Orlando: Las Palmeras, a Hilton Grand Vacations Club.
Orlando is more popular than ever. This vacation hot spot is not just a Club Member favorite; it recently surpassed New York City as the most visited tourist destination in America.
The name Las Palmeras means “the palms” in Spanish, and you’ll find a spectacular display of palm trees encircling the resort. Guests staying at Las Palmeras will enjoy easy access to Orlando’s world-class theme parks and numerous attractions, not to mention the gorgeous Florida weather.
Las Palmeras is not quite ready for Club Members. It will undergo an amazing renovation this year, adding the experience and amenities you expect from Hilton Grand Vacations Club, and Club Members can begin using their Points to stay there in early 2017.
Las Palmeras, a Hilton Grand Vacations Club, is located at 9501 Universal Boulevard, Orlando, Florida.
Hilton Grand Vacations Club will begin converting the existing property into 226 deluxe one- and two-bedroom condominium-style units and well-appointed studios. Two-bedroom suites will offer a full kitchen as well as two 32-inch televisions, so the entire family can spread out, relax and enjoy in between all the activities Orlando offers. One-bedroom suites offer a kitchenette and a living area, and studios come with a balcony, mini fridge and 32-inch television.
Plans also include a spacious lobby, heated outdoor pool, new waterslide and splash pad, whirlpool spa, fitness center, business center, conference room, lobby and pool bars, restaurant and more.
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