Prior to their acquisition by Abercrombie & Kent to form the Abercrombie & Kent Residence Club, BelleHavens had a series of partnerships to help augment the membership experience, both inside and outside the destination club industry.
The destination club focused on the golf enthusiast, The Markers Club and BelleHavens entered into a reciprocity agreement in early 2007, allowing members from both clubs the ability to access the other's collection of vacation properties on a limited basis.
Announced in July of 2005, Darin Gilson stated, "The inclusion of Kimpton Hotels in our BellePlaza portfolio will allow us to measure our members' usage and demand for specific metropolitan destinations while we research opportunities to purchase million-dollar, luxury residences in these cities."
BelleHavens members had the ability to reserve one and two bedroom suites at participating Kimpton Hotels, including New York City, Boston, Washington D.C., Chicago, San Diego, and San Francisco.
Expanding the international access of club members, BelleHavens and Stein Hotels and Resorts entered into a partnership in June of 2007, providing members the ability to access residences in seven European countries. The nightly costs of traveling at Stein Hotels and Resorts properties was covered by the membership and greatly increased occupancy during peak periods.
Members of the Inernational Club Network's Privileged Play received "exclusive benefits and savings" on a BelleHavens' membership.