Hilton Grand Vacations will open in Tuscany

Hilton Grand VacationsFLORENCE, ITALY – Italian real estate company based in Prato, Prime Investimenti, announced that it is opening a 31-apartment vacation ownership resort called the “Hilton Grand Vacations Club at Borgo alle Vigne” in Tuscany with Hilton Grand Vacations.

Borgo alle Vigne is located in the middle of Tuscany, close to the hilltop village of Peccioli, between Florence and Pisa. It is the Hilton brand’s first foray into Tuscany. Construction work is underway and the resort is expected to open in 2013.

Hilton Grand Vacations has been appointed to provide sales and marketing services for weekly vacation ownership intervals at the resort, and Best International has been appointed to provide sales and marketing services for the fractional ownership element. Hilton Grand Vacations will also be responsible for providing homeowners’ association management services and resort operations.

Mark Wang, president of Hilton Grand Vacations, said that “the project provides an extraordinary opportunity to expand the Hilton Grand Vacations Club brand in Europe. We are looking forward to introducing this iconic location to our 176,000+ Club Members, who favour Italy among their top travel destinations.”

7 thoughts on “Hilton Grand Vacations will open in Tuscany”

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  2. Great location! I suppose Mr Mark Wang never heard about Italy’s most famous Peccioli Discarica (dumping gound) and its smell.
    Did hi ever visit Peccioli ????
    I am not sure at all.

  3. Great location, Italy. I just came back from two weeks there and stayed in Hilton’s the whole time with points. I would of loved to stay in a timeshare like I have in Hawaii.

  4. As a HVC member lets just hope this is not another joke and won’t be able to get rooms. I have been a member for almost 3 years and everywhere I try to book they tell me there is no availability and no it is not a last minute decision. I own at 57th Street in NYC and was told by the salesman Mike People’s that I can use the Hotels and resorts which I can do but using the points is much more costly then booking direct so what’s the point. It was a very bad decision and should have gone with Marriott .

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