White Point earns RCI Gold Crown designation

WHITE POINT, N.S. — White Point Beach Resort announced on Feb. 23 that it has earned the prestigious RCI Gold Crown Resort designation conferred by RCI vacation exchange.

WHITE POINT, N.S. — White Point Beach Resort announced on Feb. 23 that it has earned the prestigious RCI Gold Crown Resort designation conferred by RCI vacation exchange.

A select number of RCI-affiliated resorts meet RCI’s requirements for recognition and have earned the RCI Gold Crown Resort award. These resorts have attained high levels of excellence in resort accommodations, hospitality and member experience ratings as measured by RCI through guest feedback.

“We are proud to receive RCI’s Gold Crown Award, particularly because it is based on guest feedback. In this past year, while guests from Canada remain the majority, 36 per cent were from 24 states in the U.S., with a few coming from as far away as Australia, South Africa and Great Britain. With RCI guests spending from three to days with us, they really get a chance to explore White Point, our neighbourhood and Nova Scotia,” said general manager Joanne Veinotte in a release. 

White Point Beach Resort is one of just over 100 RCI-affiliated Resorts in Canada and the only one east of Montreal, maintaining the elite Gold Crown designation since becoming an affiliate. Expanding its operations more than 10 years ago to include fully equipped vacation homes within the RCI network has enabled White Point to attract guests from further away for longer stays, while offering resort guests another accommodation option.

Open since 1928 on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, White Point Beach Resort features 118 guestrooms and cottages and 12 fully equipped vacation homes enjoyed by RCI members. Amenities include a 1 km white sand and cobblestone beach, freshwater lake with boathouse, tidal estuary and golf course.