Wyndham Vacation Rentals celebrates the opening of Waikiki Village in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA. This marks the 10th property in the Myrtle Beach area alone.
Wyndham hotel group is an American hospitality company. It is the holding company for RCI and other lodging brands such as Oceana Resorts. It is composed of more than 9,000 hotels, under 21 different brands, spanning more than 75 countries, in six continents. In January 2018, Wyndham Hotel Group announced they had entered into an agreement whereby Wyndham Destinations would acquire La Quinta Holdings hotel franchise and hotel management for $1.95 billion in cash. On June 1, 2018, Wyndham Worldwide split into two publicly traded companies: Wyndham Destinations, which focuses on vacation ownership resorts and, the hotels and resorts will be managed by Wyndham Hotels and Resorts. Wyndham Vacation Ownership, is the largest vacation ownership program in the world. It includes a network of 213 properties, 25,000 individual units and, over 925,000 property owners. Wyndham locations include: North America, the Caribbean, the South Pacific and Europe. Wyndham Vacation Ownership includes marketing and sales of vacation ownership interests, consumer financing for the purchase of vacation ownership, property management services and vacation ownership resorts acquisition.
As a part of their ongoing portfolio expansion, Wyndham Destinations has recently acquired Waikiki Village in Myrtle Beach and has already opened the doors following Hurricane Florence. Oceana Resorts by Wyndham Vacation Rentals is the largest professional manager of vacation rental properties and is part of the Wyndham Destinations group.
Waikiki Village is described as a boutique motel, which has been fully renovated and redesigned making sure its original charm was maintained but revitalised. Oceana Resorts expands its existing offerings by adding Waikiki Village to its portfolio of managed properties. Oceana Resorts offers vacations in several other locations which includes Harbour gate Marina Club, Bahama Sands Luxury Condominiums, Bay Watch Resort & Conference Centre, Holiday Shores Motel, The Patricia Grand, Carolinian Beach Resort, Camelot by the Sea, Ocean Park Resort, and the rental operations of Anderson Ocean Club and Spa. Whilst Oceana manage the holiday rental side of the beach side resort, Wyndham owns the property and sells the vacation rental ownership for the resort.
Wyndham have also opened a brand new resort on the Indonesian Island of Lombok. The resorts consists of 66 apartments and 76 villas ranging from one to two bedrooms. Each self-contained accommodation offers large balcony, kitchen facilities and access to swimming pool with swim-up bar. Wyndham is investing in the Indonesian Island as it confirms its confidence in the tourism industry there after an earthquake caused devastation, this new venture hopes to draw back tourists to the region and help ensure Lombok makes a full recovery soon.
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