Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, the world’s largest hotel company, is to roll out half a dozen of its ‘upper-upscale’ brand hotels in California, U.S.; Vietnam; Mexico; Turkey; Georgia; and the Greek Islands during 2019.
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has over 9,000 hotels in 80 countries and will manage these new properties under the Wyndham Grand brand, which already embraces 39 existing properties including in Istanbul, Chicago, Shanghai and Manama, where the first Wyndham Grand in Bahrain, also managed by Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, opened in 2017.
“Travellers are seeking out new destinations and crossing borders more than ever before; in the last two decades alone the number of international travellers around the world has more than doubled to nearly 1.3 billion,” said Bob Loewen, Chief Operating Officer for Wyndham Hotels & Resorts. “We’re strategically expanding Wyndham Grand’s presence around the world in the destinations travellers so eagerly want to explore, whether it’s the shores of Greek Isles, a unique pocket of culture in Southern California, the centuries-old historic capital of Georgia or wherever their bucket list takes them.”
In addition to the hotels planned for 2019, the brand’s pipeline comprises approximately 25 hotels including new destinations in St Kitts and Nevis, Barbados, Belize and a new dual-branded Wyndham Grand and TRYP by Wyndham® hotel in Miami, Florida.
Slated to be part of multi-use development, Wyndham Grand in Westminster will be the brand’s first hotel in California. The hotel will offer 144 guestrooms and flexible meeting and event space.
Wyndham Grand Cam Ranh, meanwhile, is situated on a 27-hole golf course overlooking the ocean designed by Australian golfer Greg Norman. The hotel has its own convention centre.
Photo: Wyndham Grand Cam Ranh in Vietnam