Wyndham adds 12 resorts in Europe with CLC World Resorts partnership
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts and independent operator CLC World Resorts & Hotels announced plans to rebrand 12 properties in key leisure destinations in Spain, Canary Islands, Turkey, UK, and Austria.
Expected to begin in November 2021, the properties will be converted into Wyndham Grand Residences, Wyndham Residences, Wyndham, Ramada Residences by Wyndham and Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham.
They offer upper-upscale, upscale and midscale accommodation options for families and extended stay guests who like to combine business and leisure.
The new additions will further expand Wyndham’s portfolio of over 300 hotels across Europe.
Dimitris Manikis, President, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts EMEA said: "We are thrilled to add these outstanding resorts to our growing portfolio and continue to expand our destinations all across Europe. WEare excited to begin our journey with CLC World Resorts & Hotels."
Patrick Ingram, Group Managing Director, CLC World Resorts & Hotels said: "We are delighted for our collaboration and are looking forward to welcoming even more travellers to our collection of resorts and hotels."
New conversions include Wyndham Trenython Manor Cornwall, Wyndham Duchally Country Estate near to Gleneagles. andt the collocated Wyndham Grand Residences Costa del Sol Mijas, Ramada Residences by Wyndham Costa del Sol Fuengirola, Ramada Hotels & Suites by Wyndham Costa del Sol Fuengirola and Wyndham Residences Costa del Sol Mijas.
They are set in sub-tropical gardens with more than 20 swimming pools and facilities, including on-site restaurants, a fitness centre as well as multiple kids clubs.
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