Is Holiday Inn Club Vacations Worth It?

By Noah Belachew

About Holiday Inn Club Vacations

HICV has 28 resorts in prime locations across the United States. Their landmark location is Orange Lake Resort which sprawls across 1,450 acres in Orlando.

How Does it Work?

Owners use a points-based system that can be used like vacation currency. You'll receive an annual allotment of points each year, which can be used when and where you want.

Holiday Inn Club Vacations Locations

Next, let's take a look at some of the HICV locations you can visit across the U.S.

Cape Canaveral Beach Resort

This resort has something for everyone. Splash in the pool or dip your toes in the Atlantic Ocean. You'll be near Cocoa Beach, as well as the Kennedy Space Center.

Desert Club Resort

Located just a few blocks away from the Strip, you'll enjoy the best entertainment in town alongside family-friendly amenities.

Ozark Mountain Resort

Looking to reconnect with the great outdoors? Then this is the resort for you! Enjoy lake life with watersports, fishing & boating, and hiking trails surrounding the property.

Smoky Mountain Resort

This location offers a peaceful stay close to Downtown Gatlinburg and beautiful mountain trails. Kids will love the indoor waterpark, with waterslides and interactive fountains.

How Much Does HICV Cost?

Depending on how many points you buy, HICV contracts can cost upwards of $16,000. Members typically purchase 75,000 points initially.

Vacation Exchange With RCI

Certain Holiday Inn resorts are affiliated with RCI. When you buy a timeshare at one of them, you can exchange your stay for one at thousands of other RCI-affiliated resorts.

Buy a HICV Timeshare

Want to save money on an HICV timeshare? Consider buying one resale. You can save some money by checking out our resale listings for the resort of your dreams.

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