Hilton Grand Vacations, like many brands now, uses a more flexible points-based system for their owners. Upon purchasing with Hilton Grand Vacations, you typically receive a deeded ownership interest at one of their resorts, which is also known as your new Home Resort. You can travel to your Home Resort every year, during the same week and even in the same unit. However, as a Hilton timeshare owner, you also become a Member of the Hilton Grand Vacations Club.
How Hilton Points Work
The Hilton Grand Vacations Club grants Members an annual allotment of ClubPoints, which is based on a number of factors. The amount of ClubPoints you receive annually is based on things like the popularity of your Home Resort, the season of your deeded interest, unit size, as well as type of unit you own. HGVC members can bank points from one year to the next or borrow from the following year, giving ultimate flexibility when it comes to planning your vacations. They can also be used for any one of the 45+ resorts under the Hilton Grand Vacations portfolio.
Exchange With RCI
HGVC ClubPoints can also be traded for stays at resorts almost anywhere in the world through Hilton’s partnership with RCI (Resort Condominiums International). By depositing ClubPoints onto RCIs vacation exchange network, owners are able to exchange them for vacations at over 4,000 resorts. RCIs destinations include nearly every vacation destination you can think of, from the Swiss Alps to Bali. RCI also lets you exchange for a ton of other travel options like flights, cruises, car rentals, excursions, theme park tickets, special events, concerts, and many more!