Monday, June 24, 2024

Wyndham Adds Properties With Palladium Partnership

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts will expand its Registry Collection by teaming up with Palladium Hotel Group on 14 properties.

“Expanding Registry Collection Hotels continues Wyndham’s global growth in the luxury space and grants more travelers access to new, preeminent experiences in some of the most remarkable destinations,” said Geoffrey A. Ballotti, president and chief executive officer of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts in a joint press release.

Members will be able to redeem Wyndham Rewards points or book directly at these properties, Ballotti said in the release.

The 14 spectacular all-inclusive hotels and resorts will be managed by Palladium Hotel Group. These properties are located in Mexico, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Brazil. The 14 hotels will bring Wyndham’s all-inclusive resorts to 26 in total.

Under the agreement, the Palladium Hotel Group’s two all-inclusive luxury brands will join Wyndham’s Registry Collection. This includes the Grand Palladium Hotels & Resorts which focuses on families and the adult-only TRS Hotels.

“This alliance is part of our commitment to the American market due to its proximity and great air connectivity with the Caribbean destinations where we operate,” said Jesús Sobrino, CEO of Palladium Hotel Group said in the joint press release. “We are also very pleased to add synergies between our Palladium Rewards program and Wyndham Rewards®, recognized as one of the top loyalty programs in the industry.”

The Palladium Hotel Group is one of the largest Spanish hotel companies.

Wyndham’s Registry Collection is focused on global luxury, excursions and top-notch experiences. For more details on booking properties which are part of this alliance, go here.

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