Holiday Inn Club Vacations: 10 Most Popular Locations [2021 Guide]

Holiday Inn Club Vacations

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Vacation ownership is a way of buying into a vacation commitment. Often called a timeshare, it involves prepaying for your vacations and locking in today’s rates with a specific hotel brand for years to come. While that might not appeal to everyone, it’s a system that works for many people.

Holiday Inn Club Vacations is a timeshare brand that’s part of the IHG Hotels & Resorts family. It stands as an independent brand, not owned or operated by similarly named Holiday Inn Hotels & Resorts or Holiday Inn Express.

In this post, we’ll explore how Holiday Inn Club Vacations membership works, look at some of the benefits and drawbacks, and show you the 10 most popular locations.

Brand Overview: Holiday Inn Club Vacations

Locations

There are 28 Holiday Inn Club Vacations resort locations in 14 different states across the U.S.:

  • Apple Mountain Resort (Clarkesville, GA)
  • Cape Canaveral Beach Resort (Cape Canaveral, FL)
  • David Walley’s Resort (Genoa, Nevada)
  • Desert Club Resort (Las Vegas, NV)
  • Fox River Resort (Sheridan, IL)
  • Galveston Beach Resort (Galveston, TX)
  • Galveston Seaside Resort (Galveston, TX)
  • Hill Country Resort (Canyon Lake, TX)
  • Holiday Hills Resort (Branson, MO)
  • Holly Lake Resort (Holly Lake Ranch, TX)
  • Lake Geneva Resort (Lake Geneva, WI)
  • Lake o’ the Woods Resort (Flint, TX)
  • Mount Ascutney Resort (Brownsville, VT)
  • New Orleans Resort (New Orleans, LA)
  • Oak n’ Spruce Resort (South Lee, MA)
  • Orange Lake Resort (Orlando, FL)
  • Orlando Breeze Resort (Orlando, FL)
  • Ozark Mountain Resort (Kimberling City, MO)
  • Panama City Beach Resort (Panama City Beach, FL)
  • Piney Shores Resort (Conroe, TX)
  • Scottsdale Resort (Scottsdale, AZ)
  • Smoky Mountain Resort (Gatlinburg, TN)
  • South Beach Resort (Myrtle Beach, SC)
  • Sunset Cove Resort (Marco Island, FL)
  • Tahoe Ridge Resort (Stateline, NV)
  • Timber Creek Resort (De Soto, MO)
  • Villages Resort (Flint, TX)
  • Williamsburg Resort (Williamsburg, VA)

Members have access to an additional 13,000 locations available through Holiday Inn Club Vacations partners.

Pool at Orange Lake Resort
The pool at Orange Lake Resort is made for families. Image Credit: Holiday Inn Club Vacations

Membership

Becoming a Holiday Inn Club Vacations member usually starts with a visit to a resort and a timeshare tour (which can be done virtually, too) that will explain how the process works.

A timeshare tour takes about 2 hours on average. After your tour is done, you’ll be asked if you’re ready to join. If you are, you’ll start the closing process which will involve some paperwork and contracts.

Hot Tip: If you purchase a timeshare and then change your mind, there is usually a cancellation window (often called a rescission period) in which you can cancel your membership. These vary by state (usually it’s 3 to 10 days) and should be explained to you before you make a purchase.

Cost

If you choose to join Holiday Inn Club Vacations, you’ll have an initial purchase cost plus an annual fee. Costs vary and most vacation ownership companies don’t publish exact prices online, so it can be hard to understand your exact costs without going through a formal tour and presentation.

However, Holiday Inn Club Vacations offers some ballpark figures to help you understand what vacation ownership could cost before you go through a formal presentation.

According to its website, the average initial purchase of 75,000 Club points costs about $15,870. For an initial purchase of 200,000 Club points, the cost will be around $44,000.

In addition to the initial purchase price, there’s also an annual maintenance fee. While the exact amount is unpublished, examples on the website indicate the fees are about $880 per year. Members also have to pay a yearly membership fee of $136.

Bottom Line: Before committing to vacation ownership, do some research to see what the actual costs of traveling are (don’t just use the numbers provided to you by the timeshare company). You may find that you aren’t actually saving money by purchasing a timeshare. There are a lot of great deals available through online travel agencies like Expedia, Orbitz, or Booking.com, and don’t forget that using points and miles is a great way to save money on your next family vacation.

Is Vacation Ownership Worth It?

While this is a subjective question and one that you’ll have to answer for yourself, we can help you with some common pros and cons about vacation ownership with Holiday Inn Club Vacations.

You might enjoy Holiday Inn Club Vacations ownership if you:

  • Usually need more space than a hotel room offers
  • Need full kitchen and laundry facilities when traveling
  • Prefer to stick to a select group of hotel locations
  • Don’t want to have to search for a new hotel each time you go on vacation
  • Need help to commit to a yearly vacation

Holiday Inn Club Vacations ownership probably won’t be for you if you:

  • Travel using miles and points
  • Enjoy full-service hotels
  • Enjoy luxury accommodations
  • Don’t need a kitchen or laundry facilities on vacation
  • Enjoy staying with different hotel brands and types of accommodations

Hot Tip: If you’re set on vacation ownership, be sure to check out all of your options like Hilton Grand Vacations and Marriott Vacation Club before committing. 

IHG Rewards Overview

While Holiday Inn Club Vacations is a vacation ownership brand, it’s also part of the IHG Rewards loyalty program, which means non-members can redeem IHG Rewards points at many Holiday Inn Club Vacations locations.

Award availability isn’t as plentiful as it can be with other IHG brands, but there are options if you want to use your IHG Rewards points at a Holiday Inn Club Vacations resort.

If you need some extra IHG Rewards points, they can be earned by staying at IHG properties (including Holiday Inn Club Vacations locations), using an IHG credit card, using the IHG Rewards Dining program, or you can transfer them from Chase Ultimate Rewards.

Hot Tip: IHG Rewards points and Holiday Inn Club points are different. If you’re a Holiday Inn Club Vacations member, you’ll use your Holiday Inn Club points to book your accommodations. If you’re not a Holiday Inn Club Vacations member, but want to book a timeshare location, you can use IHG Rewards points (although award availability may not be as plentiful as it is at a traditional hotel).

IHG Rewards Credit Cards

If you stay at IHG properties often, you may want to consider having an IHG Rewards credit card in your wallet. There are 2 options currently available.

IHG® Rewards Club Traveler Credit Card

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IHG® Rewards Club Traveler Credit Card

IHG® Rewards Club Traveler Credit Card
  • Earn 60,000 bonus points after spending $2,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening
  • Earn up to 15 points total per $1 spent when you stay at an IHG hotel
  • Earn 2x points on purchases at gas stations, grocery stores, and restaurants; then 1 point per $1 on all other purchases.
  • No Annual Fee

This base-level card offers the ability to earn Gold Elite status after spending $10,000 in a calendar year — but it doesn’t come with many premium benefits.

IHG® Rewards Club Premier Credit Card

CREDIT CARDCARD INFO
IHG® Rewards Club Premier Credit Card

IHG® Rewards Club Premier Credit Card
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  • Earn 125,000 bonus points after spending $3,000 on purchases within the first three months of account opening
  • Enjoy a Reward Night after each account anniversary year at eligible IHG hotels worldwide. Plus, enjoy a reward night when you redeem points for any stay of 4 or more nights
  • Earn up to 25 points total per $1 spent when you stay at an IHG hotel
  • Earn 2 points per $1 spent on purchases at gas stations, grocery stores, and restaurants. Earn 1 point per $1 spent on all other purchases
  • Platinum Elite status as long as you remain a Premier card member
  • Global Entry or TSA Pre✓® Fee Credit of up to $100 every 4 years as reimbursement for the application fee charged to your card
  • IHG Rewards Club Bonus points are redeemable at hotels such as InterContinental®, Crowne Plaza®, Kimpton®, EVEN® Hotels, Indigo® Hotels & Holiday Inn®
  • Good to Excellent Credit Recommend (670-850)
  • Annual Fee: $89

$625

The IHG Premier card comes with automatic Platinum Elite status and a free anniversary night. In addition to some other great benefits, this card often comes with big welcome bonus which will help you earn a lot of IHG Rewards points fast.

  • Earn up to 25x points per dollar at IHG Hotels and Resorts
  • Earn 2x points per dollar at gas stations, grocery stores, and restaurants
  • Automatic IHG Platinum Elite status
  • Yearly anniversary night that can be used at locations costing 40,000 points or less
  • Fourth reward night free
  • Global Entry or TSA PreCheck application fee credit (up to $100 value)

Bottom Line: Holiday Inn Club Vacations members will automatically receive IHG Rewards Gold Elite status. Alternatively, the IHG Premier card comes with automatic Platinum Elite status without any spending requirements or memberships. See what each status is worth in our helpful guide.

Chase Ultimate Rewards Credit Cards

IHG is a Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partner which means your Chase points transfer to IHG at a 1:1 ratio. However, this is not the best way to use your Chase points since they are worth much more than IHG Rewards points (Chase points are valued at ~2 cents each vs. ~0.5 cents each for IHG Rewards points).

If you need a few extra IHG Rewards points for a specific redemption, transferring a small amount of Chase points could make sense. If you are a die-hard IHG loyalist, Chase cards are a good way to give yourself more points earning opportunities above and beyond IHG cards.

Here are our recommended Chase Ultimate Rewards earning cards:

Bottom Line: Chase Ultimate Rewards points transfer directly to IHG Rewards at a 1:1 ratio, but if you want to get the maximum value from your Chase points we recommend exploring other transfer partners. However, if you need to top off your IHG account for a specific redemption, transferring points from Chase can be a good option.

The 10 Most Popular Holiday Inn Club Vacations Locations

1. Holiday Inn Club Vacations Sunset Cove Resort (Marco Island, Florida)

Holiday Inn Club Vacations Sunset Cove Resort
Relax by the outdoor pool and hot tub at Holiday Inn Club Vacations Sunset Cove Resort. Image Credit: Holiday Inn Club Vacations

Holiday Inn Club Vacations Sunset Cove Resort is located on the Gulf side of Florida on beautiful Marco Island. While not located right on the beach, there are shuttles available to take guests to 2 local beaches — Marco Island South Beach and Tigertail Beach. At the beach, chairs and coolers are provided free of charge.

During the day, guests can relax at the outdoor pool and hot tub or reserve a bicycle to explore the island on 2 wheels. Back at the resort, there are also special activities like bingo, trivia, wine and cheese events, and even ice cream on the pool deck. There’s even a 24-hour fitness center available.

Accommodations at this resort are large and feature 3 bedrooms that can sleep up to 8 people. Rooms come with all the comforts of home, including a full-size kitchen, a washer and dryer, free Wi-Fi, TVs in all the bedrooms, and an outdoor patio.

Cash rates at this location are about $350 to $450 per night with little to no availability using IHG Rewards points.

2. Holiday Inn Club Vacations Smoky Mountain Resort (Gatlinburg, Tennessee)

Splash Hollow at Smoky Mountain Resort
Families with kids will love Splash Hollow, the indoor splash area at Holiday Inn Club Vacations Smoky Mountain Resort. Image Credit: Holiday Inn Club Vacations

Gatlinburg is a popular family travel destination in Tennessee and the Holiday Inn Club Vacations Smoky Mountain Resort is located in the middle of the action. Guests here will have easy access to attractions like Great Smoky Mountains National Park, downtown Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Dollywood, and Dollywood’s Splash Country (one of the most popular water parks in North America).

Families will love the on-site amenities offered by the resort, including indoor and outdoor swimming pools, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, and Splash Hollow, an indoor splash park. There’s also an on-site fitness center and a market in the lobby that sells groceries, toiletries, and even hiking equipment.

There are 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom accommodations that can sleep up to 10 people. Rooms come with a full kitchen, laundry facilities, a fireplace, TVs in every room, free Wi-Fi, and private porches.

Rooms cost around $200 per night during the low season and $400+ per night during the peak summer season.

3. Holiday Inn Club Vacations Panama City Beach Resort (Florida)

Panama City Beach Resort balcony
Holiday Inn Club Vacations Panama City Beach Resort rooms have a private balcony or patio. Image Credit: Holiday Inn Club Vacations

Holiday Inn Club Vacations Panama City Beach Resort is a beachfront resort in the Florida panhandle. Known for its white-sand beaches (including some of the best beaches in Florida) and clear Gulf of Mexico waters, this area is popular among families traveling together.

The resort is located near local attractions like Ripley’s Believe It or Not and St. Andrews State Park. The resort itself boasts an oceanfront pool and hot tub plus a fitness center and game room. Throughout the day, there are also activities like trivia, bingo, arts and crafts, and lawn games.

1- and 2-bedroom units are available that sleep up to 6 people. Standard amenities include a full kitchen, free Wi-Fi, and a private balcony or patio. Daily housekeeping is not available and there’s a fee for towel changes.

Rooms at this resort cost $200 to $300 per night on average.

4. Holiday Inn Club Vacations Scottsdale Resort (Arizona)

Holiday Inn Club Vacations Scottsdale Resort
Kids will love the waterslides at the Holiday Inn Club Vacations Scottsdale Resort. Image Credit: IHG

Scottsdale, Arizona is nestled in the Sonoran Desert and a great place for vacationers interested in outdoor activities like hiking, golf, and laying by the pool.

This resort has not just 1 but 3 outdoor swimming pools complete with waterslides. The game room features ping-pong, billiards, and video games, and there are other activities like bingo and scavenger hunts scheduled throughout the day. Guests can pick up essentials like toiletries and groceries at the resort Marketplace and stop by the fitness center for a workout. There’s even an on-site restaurant that serves Southwestern favorites and signature cocktails.

Villas are available with 1 to 4 bedrooms, sleeping up to 10 people.

Cash costs for a room run about $150 to $250 per night but can get up to $350+ during peak travel season, and there’s an additional nightly $14 amenity fee. Alternatively, you can pay about 35,000 IHG Rewards points per night.

5. Holiday Inn Club Vacations Orlando Breeze Resort (Florida)

Holiday Inn Club Vacations Orlando Breeze Resort Mini Golf
The Holiday Inn Club Vacations Orlando Breeze Resort has an activity center, arcade, and even a mini-golf course. Image Credit: Holiday Inn Club Vacations

If you’re visiting Orlando and looking for a family resort that’s away from the hustle and bustle, Holiday Inn Club Vacations Orlando Breeze Resort may be a good option. This resort is located within an easy drive to Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, and Gatorland.

The resort itself is made for families. Guests will love the 2 outdoor pools, 2 hot tubs, and a shaded zero-entry kids’ pool. But the entertainment doesn’t stop there — there’s also an arcade, activity center, and movie theater. If that’s not enough, check out the mini-golf course, fitness center, or sports courts (basketball, volleyball, and tennis). If you don’t feel like cooking after a full day of fun, head over to the cafe (open seasonally March to August) for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Accommodations vary and range from a single room to a 3-bedroom villa that sleeps up to 10 people. The 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom villas come with a full kitchen, TVs in the living room and bedrooms, a washer and dryer, and a private patio or balcony.

During peak travel season, you’ll pay about $140 to $200 or 35,000 IHG Rewards points per night.

Hot Tip: If you’re planning a family trip to Orlando to visit the theme parks, be sure to check out our guide to a stress-free Disney vacation as well as our Disney vacation packing list.

6. Holiday Inn Club Vacations Galveston Seaside Resort (Texas)

Galveston Seaside Resort 2 bedroom signature collection
A 2-bedroom signature villa at Holiday Inn Club Vacations Galveston Seaside Resort. Image Credit: Holiday Inn Club Vacations

Galveston Seaside Resort in Texas offers families an alternative to Florida while still staying on the Gulf Coast. The resort has private beach access and is close to nearby attractions like Galveston Island State Park, Moody Gardens, and Schlitterbahn Galveston Waterpark (one of the best water parks in North America).

This resort has something for everyone. Families with young kids will love the kiddie pool that’s right next to the Seaside pool. The arcade has air hockey and pool in addition to traditional arcade games, and there’s also an on-site mini-golf course. Plus there are a variety of sports courts including shuffleboard, volleyball, tennis, basketball, and horseshoes.

The Seaside Snack Bar is available for snacks and quick meals, with grills and grilling utensils available for those wanting to enjoy a good old-fashioned family cookout. Guests staying in the Signature Building have access to a separate oceanfront infinity pool, hot tub, and cafe.

Standard rooms, as well as 2- to 3-bedroom villas that sleep up to 6 people, are available. Cash rates for this resort run about $150 to $200 per night while the cost in IHG Rewards points is 35,000 per night.

7. Holiday Inn Club Vacations Mount Ascutney Resort (Brownsville, Vermont)

Mount Ascutney Resort
Holiday Inn Club Vacations Mount Ascutney Resort is great for families. Image Credit: Holiday Inn Club Vacations

Whether you’re visiting to do some skiing or take in the beauty of the nearby Quechee Gorge, Holiday Inn Club Vacations Mount Ascutney Resort is a family-friendly place to unpack your bags.

This resort boasts both outdoor (seasonal) and indoor pools as well as basketball courts, tennis courts, and a movie theater. In addition, the arcade has air hockey, ping pong, and arcade games and the game room features foosball, pool, and darts.

For farm-to-table cuisine and maple-flavored everything head to The Maple Kitchen for dinner. This award-winning on-site restaurant serves up Vermont favorites like maple candied bacon and Maplewood smoked ribs. After dinner, finish off the night by the outdoor firepit.

1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom accommodations with a full kitchen, free Wi-Fi, and a fireplace are available. Base level rooms will cost around $150 to $200 per night or you can use 35,000 IHG Rewards points per night.

8. Holiday Inn Club Vacations New Orleans Resort (Louisiana)

1 bedroom signature collection New Orleans resort
A 1-bedroom Signature Collection villa at Holiday Inn Club Vacations New Orleans Resort. Image Credit: Holiday Inn Club Vacations

If city vibes are more your style, you’ll love the Holiday Inn Club Vacations New Orleans Resort, located just 1 block from Bourbon Street.

After a day spent taking in all New Orleans has to offer, enjoy a signature NOLA cocktail at Maritime Bar & Lounge. Guests can also relax in the heated rooftop dipping pool and terrace or get in a workout in the gym.

1- and 2-bedroom options, sleeping up to 6 people, are available at this resort. Rooms are comfortable and modern and come with amenities like free Wi-Fi, a sleeper sofa, TVs in the living room and bedrooms, and a full kitchen. Laundry facilities are available near the pool and gym.

A base-level room at this resort costs between $150 to $250 per night depending on the time of year. You can also opt to pay between 43,000 to 47,000 IHG Rewards points per night.

Hot Tip: Our guide takes a deep dive into the city’s seasons, festivals, and more to help you make a decision on the best times to visit New Orleans.

9. Holiday Inn Club Vacations at Orange Lake Resort (Kissimmee, Florida)

Orange Lake Resort
Guests can enjoy any of the 7 pools at Holiday Inn Club Vacations at Orange Lake Resort. Image Credit: Holiday Inn Club Vacations

Located in Kissimmee, Holiday Inn Club Vacations’ flagship resort, Holiday Inn Club Vacations at Orange Lake Resort, is another option for families who want to enjoy Orlando. The major theme parks like Disney World, Universal Studio, and SeaWorld are all within a 10- to 30-minute drive.

This huge 1,450-acre resort is divided into 4 separate villages — North Village, East Village, West Village, and River Island — with plenty to do to keep guests busy all day long:

  • 7 swimming pools
  • A lazy river
  • Water slides
  • 4 golf courses
  • 2 mini-golf courses
  • 3 arcades
  • Playground
  • Swampy’s Adventure Club
  • Rock climbing wall
  • Watersports
  • Basketball
  • Tennis
  • Racquetball
  • Pickleball
  • 3 fitness centers
  • Shopping
  • 9 dining locations

This large resort has accommodations to suit everyone, from studios for 4 people to 4-bedroom villas that sleep 16. Prices start between $120 to $220 per night for a base-level room. IHG Rewards nights are available for 40,000 points per night.

Hot Tip: Need to rent a car for your trip to the Mouse? Learn how to book cheap car rentals in Orlando, with in-depth price comparisons.

10. Holiday Inn Club Vacations Oak n’ Spruce Resort (South Lee, Massachusettes)

Oak n Spruce Resort
Enjoy a New England getaway at Holiday Inn Club Vacations Oak n’ Spruce Resort: Image Credit: Holiday Inn Club Vacations

If an outdoor adventure in The Berkshires area of New England sounds good to you, then you’ll want to check out Oak n’ Spruce Resort. Nestled in wooded mountains, Oak n’ Spruce guests can spend their days in nature, hiking the Appalachian Trail, skiing, boating, or rafting.  The resort is also convenient to many local attractions including Six Flags New England, Mount Greylock State Reservation, Tanglewood, and the Norman Rockwell Museum.

At the resort, guests can relax at any of the 4 swimming pools (2 inside, 2 outside) or the hot tub. There’s also a fitness center, movie theater, mini-golf, and plenty of sports courts including basketball, volleyball, and tennis. Kids will love the game room that features arcade games as well as air hockey and ping-pong.

Accommodation options range from 1-bedroom options that sleep 4 people to 3-bedroom villas for up to 8 people. Rooms come with a private balcony or patio and a full kitchen.

Prices range from about $150 to $250 for a base-level room while award nights cost 35,000 IHG Rewards points.

Final Thoughts

Vacation ownership with Holiday Inn Club Vacations is not for everyone.

While many families might love the large accommodations and condo-like feel of many Holiday Inn Club Vacations properties, others might prefer sticking to full-service hotels that offer luxury amenities.

Timeshare contracts are notoriously difficult to get out of, so before committing, do your research and price out different options to make sure you’re making the right long-term decision for your family. You can also try to redeem your IHG Rewards points for a short-term stay to see if the properties and their rooms are a good match for your style of vacationing.


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Frequently asked questions

Is Holiday Inn Club Vacations a timeshare?

Yes, Holiday Inn Club Vacations is a timeshare brand owned by IHG. It’s also referred to as “vacation ownership.”

Is Holiday Inn Club Vacations a good deal?

This question is hard to answer because exact costs aren’t published and the value can be subjective. However, here are a few things to consider. Holiday Inn Club Vacations could be a good deal if you need encouragement to schedule a yearly vacation, always need more space than a hotel room offers, and have a desire to stick with 1 brand every year. Holiday Inn Club Vacations won’t be a good deal if you travel using points and miles, enjoy full-service hotels and luxury accommodations, or enjoy vacationing in different locations and with different hotel brands.

What is the best Holiday Inn Club Vacations resort?

While the term “best” is subjective, the flagship Holiday Inn Club Vacations resort also happens to be one of the most popular — Holiday Inn Club Vacations at Orange Lake Resort in Florida. This huge property has 4 separate villages and enough activities to keep families busy all day long.

Are there yearly costs associated with Holiday Inn Club Vacations ownership?

Yes, in addition to the initial purchase price, Holiday Inn Club Vacations owners have to pay a yearly maintenance fee. The fee amount isn’t published but you can expect it to be around $880 per year. There is also an additional membership fee of $136 per year.

What is the Holiday Inn Club Vacations phone number?

To contact Holiday Inn Club Vacations, call 855-605-8458.

Katie Seemann

About Katie Seemann

Katie is an Ohio native who caught the travel bug after spending a semester in college in Nottingham, England. In addition to exploring England, she visited Ireland, Scotland and the Netherlands during that time and loved every minute of it (everything except the hostel in Scotland – that’s an experience she doesn’t intend on repeating!) In 2015, Katie discovered the world of points and miles, and since then she’s earned countless points and has an embarrassingly large number of credit cards in her wallet (which she needs a spreadsheet to keep track of!)

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