Wyndham Vacation Resort at National Harbor is 40% Sold Out

published on June 29, 2009 by

The Wyndham Vacation Resorts at National Harbor, an upscale property in the prestigious 300-acre waterfront community in Prince George County, MD, is now 40% sold out. Timeshare owners are investing anywhere from tens of thousands of dollars to $100,000 for their pre-paid stay at a property. The 12-story tower will feature 250 condominium-style, fully furnished suites including 42 opulent, two-, three-, and four-bedroom Presidential suites. The resort will offer multiple amenities for owners and their guests, including indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools; an outdoor terrace; and a health and fitness club.

The resort will be centered around many retail, restaurant and nightlife options in the much sought after National Harbor entertainment complex. The walkway was even modeled after Las Ramblas in Barcelona, well known for its multitude of quaint retail shops. It will be the premier destination for local residents as well as visitors and timeshare owners. For vacation travelers, the historical sites of Washington D.C. are also nearby.

Wyndham’s timeshare properties are based on a points system which allows owners to stay not only at the property they buy into, but at other Wyndham properties throughout the world. “This has become a selling point in the current economy,” said Adam Schwartz, the Wyndham’s chief communications officer. “People get an ownership stake but don’t have to worry about how property values will impact their purchase. They also pay an upfront cost that means each trip doesn’t require additional lodging expenses.”

The resort is scheduled to open in February of 2010.