The two destination clubs have both announced price increases in the last two days. Both sets of increases become effective in November.
The clubs are at opposite ends of the destination club industry. High Country Club provides its members with access to a portfolio of 33 properties with an average value of $850k. While Solstice offers 13 artisanal homes and a boat with an average value of $6.5m. The new pricing for each club is summarized in the tables below.
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High Country Club members who exceed their nights of use may reserve the homes on a space available" basis, up to 30 days in advance for a $250 per night fee.
Solstice members may have unlimited use of the clubs homes on a space available basis for no additional fee. The Club's $1.95 million Sky Memberships are currently on a waiting list.
Both of the clubs have grown rapidly over the last year, and both have seen a large number of new members come from member referrals. Solstice experienced record growth over the summer with expansion of its membership deposit base by more than 24%. "With three-quarters of new Solstice members coming from direct referrals since the beginning of the year, member satisfaction is high and confirms the demand for our combination of artisanal homes paired with personalized services," commented Tim Wolff, chairman of Solstice.
High Country Club also announced some changes to its membership plans, giving members more flexibility. Up until now High Country Club members could only make seven- day advanced reservations, but members will now be able to make three-day or four-day reservations up to one year in advance. The number of restricted holidays will be reduced.
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