Wyndham Destinations, has announced they are to develop a new resort in Utah, U.S. They are also expanding their existing property in Arizona.

The new resort in Utah and the expansion in Arizona are under the WorldMark by Wyndham brand. WorldMark operates over 90 resorts across a range of destinations.

The new resort in Utah will be completed in 2020 and will feature more than 150 suites, with one, two and three bedroom layouts. The resort is located near to two of America’s famous national parks, Canyonland National Park and Arches National Park. The resort will also feature WorldMark Presidential suites, which features luxury amenities and larger accommodations.

President and CEO of Wyndham Destinations, Michael Brown, said: “Our owners love the proximity of WorldMark by Wyndham resorts to national parks throughout the country, so families can explore these incredible landmarks while spending more time together. Moab, Utah, is a spectacular destination for outdoor activities and we can’t wait to offer this destination to our nearly 900,000 owners. We are confident that our ongoing collaboration with Gardiner Properties will further strengthen our presence in this thriving region.”

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