Wyndham Signs Hotels in Australia, Fiji and New
Wyndham has signed four hotels in Australia,
Fiji and New Zealand.
Earlier this year, the company opened its 48th and
49th hotels in the region: Tryp by Wyndham Tory Street Wellington
and Tryp by Wyndham Pulteney Street Adelaide.
Those two hotels will be followed later this year
by La Quinta by Wyndham Ellerslie in Auckland and Wyndham Wallaroo
Shores Resort in South Australia.
La Quinta by Wyndham Ellerslie in Auckland will be
the second La Quinta property to open in New Zealand following the
launch of the brand through La Quinta by Wyndham Remarkables Park Queenstown in 2021. The property
is on track to open in Q4 of this year and will be further
supported early next year with the opening of La Quinta by Wyndham
Parnell on the outskirts of the Auckland CBD. Both
hotels are being developed by the Safari Group
and will be operated by Safari Hotels.
The Wyndham Wallaroo Shores Resort is located on the Yorke Peninsula in South Australia
and is also slated to open at the
end of 2023. The property is located a 2-hour drive from Adelaide will offer
guests an escape from city life with villa style accommodation.
“With our OwnerFirst mentality, we continue
to invest resources in engaging our existing and potential owners
to grow Wyndham’s presence in Australasia,” said Matt Holmes, Vice
President of Business Development South East Asia & the Pacific
Rim (SEAPR), Wyndham Hotels & Resorts. “Our strong commercial
and operational expertise coupled with experience as the world’s
largest hotel franchising company enable us to support hotel
owners in identifying the right brand for their aspirations and to
provide travelers with their ideal accommodation choices.”
The four hotels Wyndham has signed include:
The Ramada by Wyndham Kings Head in Adelaide will be built on the site of the
former Kings Head hotel, one of the oldest historic pubs in
Australia which was established in 1848. The hotel is slated to open by end
The Ramada Seafront Apartments Coral Coast in Fiji will offer guests easy
access to the beautiful coastline, famed for its great reefs,
diving trips and water sport experiences. The resort is expected
to open in end of 2023.
The Wyndham Garden Wailoaloa Beach in Fiji is a 90-key
property located along the beachfront of Wailoaloa’s coastline, a 10-minute drive from
Fiji’s main city, Nadi, and its famed resort enclave Denarau
Island. The hotel will be managed by the
existing operator of the Ramada Suites by Wyndham Wailoaloa and is
scheduled to open by end of 2023.
As the name suggests, the Wyndham Garden Suites Lake Tekapo
in New Zealand is
located near Lake Tekapo on the South Island of New Zealand. The
property will be operated by the Marsden Group and is expected to open by mid-2024.
Through these anticipated openings and strong
ongoing growth, Wyndham expects to strengthen its operational
presence with more than 50 operating hotels in Australasia by the
end of 2023.
are thrilled to be so close to exceeding this important milestone
and look forward to celebrating the occasion with all partners,
teams and guests in the coming months,” said Ben Schumacher, Vice
President of Operations South East Asia & Pacific Rim (SEAPR),
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts. “We remain true to
our mission of making hotel travel possible for all and through
the recent signing of our 100 millionth Wyndham Rewards member,
coupled with our strong presence across Australasia, we look
forward to welcoming guests and delivering our Count on Me service
across our great network of properties.”
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