RCI members can now use their membership to holiday at a brand new boutique resort in Vietnam, Karma Resorts’ Cây Tre.
Featuring just 22 spacious rooms, guests can revel in verdant tropical surroundings for a relaxing retreat, alongside the Do River, near Hoi An.
With river, garden and pool view suites, each accommodation features soothing décor and understated elegance – perfect for couples looking for romance and solitude.
Rated as an RCI Gold Crown resort, additional features include a pool, à la carte restaurant, and riverside barbecues, all delivered with Karma’s inimitable style and hospitality.
For entertainment, resort guests can book a cooking class to learn the secrets of Vietnamese cooking.
Or for real rest and relaxation, the tropical and landscaped gardens surrounding the pool provide the perfect bliss to enjoy a cocktail from the well-stocked pool bar.
The idyllic resort opens up the diversity of South East Asia to RCI members.
Cua Dai Beach is only one kilometre from the resort, and with its palm-fringed white sands and views of the Cham Islands, it’s an Instagram ready picture of paradise.
Meanwhile the vibrant and alluring town of Hoi An is home to much of the nation’s finest architecture and cultural influences. It’s also a major hotspot for food lovers.
Dimitris Manikis, vice president of business development, RCI Europe, Middle East and Africa, said: “We are excited to strengthen our relationship with Karma Royal Group even further, while expanding our resort offering in Vietnam by bringing Karma Cây Tre into RCI’s holiday exchange programme.
“Karma Cây Tre is the perfect resort for RCI members looking for rest and relaxation. Vietnam is very much an up and coming destination, and is the ideal choice for members looking for something new from their RCI Exchange Holidays.
“We commit to providing our members with flexibility, choice and quality, and Karma’s vacation exchange destinations help us to deliver on our promise.”