Resortcom International Signs Montecristo Estates to Suite Getaways Roster

Cabo San Lucas Homes to be Marketed by ResortCom

. October 14, 2008

SAN DIEGO, CA, July 25, 2005. ResortCom International LLC has announced the addition of the Montecristo Estates at Pueblo Bonito, Cabo San Lucas to its Suite Getawayssm Division client list. ResortCom International is a San Diego-based company that provides the vacation ownership and resort industry with financial and resort operations services. The company also has offices in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The Suite Getaways Division of ResortCom has been present in the marketplace for three years. Specializing in timeshare, private condominium and villa rentals in the United States and Mexico, the company has until recently focused on travel wholesalers and travel agents as its primary market of distribution.

Recently Suite Getawayssm has broadened its scope and makes its array of spacious accommodations available to the general public, primarily through its internet portal www.suite-getaways.com.

Properties at Suite Getaways are segmented into three tiers: Luxury Boutique, Private Vacation Villas and Condominiums/Resorts. Each "Suite Getaway" offers exceptional location, amenities and value within its tier.

Montecristo Estates was selected as a high-end property in the Private Vacation Villa tier of Suite Getaways properties. The 4 and 5 bedroom homes range from 3855 sq. ft. -5,675 sq. ft. The enclave of private and fractional villas, a component of the larger Sunset Beach Master Plan Development, is in close proximity to the Pacific Ocean and within ten minutes of all the fun and excitement of Baja's popular Cabo San Lucas.

"We are proud to market Montecristo Estates," said Mike FitzGerald, Director of Resort Operations and Suite Getawayssm for ResortCom. "Our expertise in the Mexico resort environment is long standing and we provide excellent rental opportunities through Suite Getaways. Each week we add additional inventory and/or room nights to our Suite Getaways resort roster.

The types of suites available encompass full sized condominiums, spacious vacation homes, timeshare rentals and luxury vacation villas. They provide travelers and travel agents with uniquely spacious accommodations at reasonable rates.

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