Diamond Resorts International Knows ’The Meaning of Yes’

by Steve Weinstein
EDGE Media Network Contributor
Monday Sep 9, 2013

Diamond Resorts International is a world-renowned hospitality and vacation-ownership company with a reputation for service excellence that extends to every facet, everywhere. The cornerstone of Diamond's reputation lies in its motto, "The Meaning of Yes." Once you've experienced the comfort and relaxed elegance of one of their resort complexes, you'll be saying "Yes!" as well.

In the Heart of Vegas' Entertainment
Las Vegas delivers unrivaled entertainment, energetic shows, eclectic dining and spectacular attractions, all ideally located on the world famous Strip.

Whether you prefer the energetic vibe of the Las Vegas nightlife, the premier fashions of the Forum shops, or the thrill of the casinos, Las Vegas offers something for everyone.

After all that excitement, you can escape the crowds and retreat to the tranquility of nature. Discover the beauty of Southern Nevada by renting a boat or a jet ski at nearby spectacular Lake Mead. Or climb atop mighty Red Rock Canyon for a breathtaking view of the Las Vegas skyline.

In the heart of all the excitement of the Las Vegas Strip sits Polo Towers. The spacious rooms, each steeped in classic elegance, feature comfortably appointed amenities, perfect for relaxing or creating your own excitement. Polo Towers is the ideal vacation destination for experiencing all the best Las Vegas has to offer.

The resort-style amenities include a fully equipped fitness center, massage services and a rooftop pool with fabulous views of the Strip. Best of all, Polo Towers is offering a three-night stay for only $229. For more information, click here.

Diamonds Resorts Gives You the World

Polo Towers is only one of more than 300 vacation getaways offered by the internationally recognized, vacation ownership leader, Diamond Resorts International.

The mission of Diamond Resorts International is simple: providing vacationers with a lifetime’s worth of an ever-expanding variety of vacation holiday choices that enable you to relax in sophisticated comfort and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Imagine taking on the slopes of the Sierras, Rockies or even the Alps for that annual ski getaway; or how about a tropical hideaway in the Caribbean or Hawaii? Maybe you’re a tried-and-true beachcomber who’d prefer to experience the Atlantic Ocean from both American and European coastlines. How about vacationing one year in the Canary Islands off the coast of Southern Spain; and the next amid the lush greenery of Ireland; the next in glamorous Florida?

Diamond Resorts International gives you options as large as the mighty Pacific Ocean - from the tropical Hawaiian Islands of Maui and Kauai; to the dramatic cliffs of Big Sur, Calif.; on up the coast to snow-capped Whistler in British Columbia.

Whether your fantasy is experiencing a lighthouse first-hand; setting off on safari; immersing yourself in the tales of a medieval castle; or simply a relaxing poolside escape, Diamond Resorts International welcomes you with simplicity, choice and comfort.

Diamond Resorts International, with its network of more than 300 vacation destinations located in 33 countries throughout the continental United States, Hawaii, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, South America, Central America, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa provides guests with choices and flexibility as they design their dream vacation, whether they’re traveling an hour away or around the world. Their hassle-free, relaxing vacations give guests a truly memorable experience every time, for a lifetime.

Diamond Resorts Corporation and its subsidiaries own, operate and manage vacation ownership resorts and, through resort and partner affiliation agreements, provide members and owners with access to 89 managed resorts, 163 affiliated resorts, 48 affiliated hotels and four cruise itineraries through THE Club at Diamond Resorts International.

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Steve Weinstein has been a regular correspondent for the International Herald Tribune, the Advocate, the Village Voice and Out. He has been covering the AIDS crisis since the early '80s, when he began his career. He is the author of "The Q Guide to Fire Island" (Alyson, 2007).


  • , 2013-09-09 22:21:11

    Please remain an owner and not a employee of this company. Working for this company sucked. The upper execs are jaded unfair, confrontational and unfair.

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