You don’t have to stay home this year for New Year’s Eve if you’re a Bluegreen owner. We have a list of the best Bluegreen resorts to stay at for the celebrations. The beauty of Bluegreen ownership is the flexible, points-based system and wide variety of places to stay. Choose from some of the best beaches, urban cities, theme park destinations, or great outdoors.

Bluegreen Club 36 in Las Vegas

What’s better than the City of Lights when you ring in the new year? If you love casinos, tons of entertainment opportunities, and incredible dining, this is the best Bluegreen resort to stay at. For New Year’s Eve, the party starts in Las Vegas, and stays in Las Vegas.

Plus, Bluegreen Club 36 has a great spot just nearby the Strip. It’s just a shuttle bus away from the excitement, making it a family-friendly, relaxing spot. With one to two-bedroom villas available, all of the guests in your travel party can stretch out and relax with some privacy. A fully-equipped kitchen, washer and dryer, as well as spacious living room and dining area has all the conveniences of home. What’s more, the Presidential Suite has extra space and lovely amenities to keep you entertained. Have fun in the game room, or watch a movie in the theater.

When you need to stretch your legs beyond your villa, there are on-site amenities to help you out. Lounge outside by the covered pool and bask in the sun out on the sundeck. There’s also an indoor pool area, perfect for a winter vacation (like New Year’s!) For your big night out, there is a free shuttle that takes guests to Planet Hollywood Hotel & Casino.

The Manhattan Club in New York

Do you watch the Ball Drop on television every year? You don’t have to as a Bluegreen owner. The Manhattan Club in New York City is just steps away from Times Square. Nestled between Broadway and Seventh Avenue, visit NYC attractions on your bucket list. The Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, and Rockefeller Center are all within reach.

After your feet are sore and heart is full from all of your New Year’s explorations, come back to the best Bluegreen resort to stay at in New York. Suites have a modern style and comfortable accommodations. Each suite can sleep up to three to four people, complete with a kitchenette and flat-screen TVs.

MountainLoft in Gatlinburg

For the outdoor adventurer that prefers to ring in the New Year in nature, MountainLoft by Bluegreen is one of their best resorts to stay at. As you enter the resort you’ll feel as if you’re stepping right into the Smoky Mountain National Park, which is just steps away. Get a glimpse of Gatlinburg fireworks with a sweeping view at an elevation of 2,200 feet.

Accommodations at MountainLoft come in one, two and three-bedroom townhomes, sleeping from four to ten guests. Spend New Year’s vacation on the slopes by day, and then cozy up in front of the fireplace. Whirlpool hot tubs are also in each townhome unit, providing ultimate comfort and luxury.

SeaGlass Tower on Myrtle Beach

Relax! Myrtle Beach is perfect for island time, even though it’s on the east coast of the states. You can find fireworks, events and music across multiple Myrtle Beach boardwalks. As the best Bluegreen resort to stay at on Myrtle Beach, SeaGlass Tower provides elevated luxury than the typical beach resort.

Enjoy floor-to-ceiling windows in your suite as you gaze across the ocean and 60-mile stretch of the Grand Strand. Accommodations come in one-bedroom standard and deluxe suites, complete with fully-equipped kitchens, separate living room and dining room area, as well as cozy balconies. On-site the resort is a barbeque area, indoor pool, outdoor heated pool, hot tub, laundry facilities and hot tubs.

The Fountains in Orlando

Theme parks, attractions, and special Disney characters are waiting for you and the family in Orlando. The Fountains Resort by Bluegreen is huge, with 54 acres surrounding Lake Eve and along International Drive. You’ll find plenty to do on the resort, with the Bluegreen Wakoola Springs, clubhouse, and premium suites.

Bluegreen Wakoola Springs is the resort’s mini “waterpark,” a 75,000-square-foot oasis that features a zero-entry pool, two water slides, interactive water fountains, kiddie pool, and hot tubs. Don’t let a rare chilly day in Florida ruin your fun, though, because there’s also an indoor/outdoor heated pool fit for splashing around in.

Accommodations here range from one-bedroom to two-bedroom villas, all the way to three-bedroom deluxe and Presidential Suites. Enjoy the conveniences of home in your unit, with fully-equipped kitchens for a home-cooked meal, private bedrooms, separate living and dining room areas, washer/dryer, balconies and porches.

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