The Grandview at Las Vegas is your Oasis in the desert. While the weather is hot, lay out on the large sundeck by one of the four pools, one with a rock waterfall, located throughout the property. Exercise in the fitness room or play some games in the video arcade. The Grandview is a family oriented resort which is located adjacent to the South Point Casino which has several restaurants, movie theaters and a bowling alley. The resort offers shuttle service between downtown and the strip.
ABOUT RCI POINTS
The RCI Points program is RCI's global points-based vacation exchange system that has over 6,000 resorts worldwide. When you join the RCI Points program you'll have the flexibility to customize the vacation that is perfect for you. As an RCI Points Subscribing Member you automatically gain access to the RCI Weeks affiliated resorts which include more than 3,700 resorts around the world. Plus, with the RCI Points Partner program, you can exchange Points toward other travel products and services such as airline tickets, cruises, hotel stays and much more.
With the RCI Points program you have the flexibility to:
- Choose how many days you want to stay and where you want to stay
- Vacation at your home resort
- Stay at other great RCI Points affiliated resorts
- Reserve a variety of resort unit types and seasons
- Save or borrow Points to create your dream vacation
- Use Points to book airline tickets, hotel stays, rent a car or book cruises, and more through the RCI Points Partner Program
- Use Points to exchange into RCI Weeks affiliated resorts
The good news about RCI Points though, is that unlike weeks based timeshare ownerships where you only get one week for that annual maintenance fee, with RCI Points it is very easy to get more than one week or even several weeks of vacation, still for only that one annual maintenance fee. This is done by using the RCI Points for short notice "Last Call" vacations which require only 9,000 points for a full week in any size unit worldwide. Also, as an RCI member, you will be able to take advantage of their Extra Vacations program, which will allow you to purchase additional vacations without having to use any of your RCI points.
Frequently asked questions:
Q: What if I don’t have enough points to book a full week?
- RCI points are automatically valid for two years from the date they are allotted, so you can roll over any unused points to the following year. Also, you may always borrow points from the following year in order to accommodate a larger unit or a longer stay. Also, RCI does give you the option to rent additional points at $0.02 per point.
Q: Are there any fees?
A. Because RCI is separate from the resort you own at, they do charge an annual points membership fee of $124, and they do frequently offer specials and discounts on long-term membership extensions. When booking reservations on RCI.com using the RCI points, RCI charges $39 for one night, $59 for two nights, $79 for three nights, $99 for four nights, $109 for five nights, $119 for six nights and $139 for seven nights or more. If using the RCI points to book at an RCI weeks affiliated resort, the cost for a full weeks reservation is $179.
Q. How do I know how many points I’ll need?
A. You can visit RCI.com and browse through their full list of RCI affiliated resorts. The resorts affiliated with the RCI points program will have an RCI Points icon, and on the resort information page, you can view their Points Grid.
Q. When will I get my points?
A. As an RCI Points owner, your points will be issued to you on the first day of your Effective Month of every use year. The effective month is determined by the date the RCI Points account is transferred to you, usually 1 month after purchase. You can borrow points from the upcoming year. You can roll over your points for up to Two years. If you are an existing RCI points member, this new ownership will be allotted on your existing effective date.