Wyndham Grand to add first Mexican hotel – Business Traveler

Wyndham Hotel and Resorts has announced plans to add the first property under its upscale Wyndham Grand brand in Mexico.

The existing Omni Cancun Hotel and Villas will be rebranded as Wyndham Grand Cancun All-Inclusive Resort and Villas later this year, with reservations opening through Wyndham starting November 1.

The property is located in Cancun’s Hotel Zone and features 364 rooms, suites, and villas, as well as four pools, a spa, fitness center, tennis courts, and seven restaurants ranging from Italian and Brazilian to Japanese and Mexican.

The Wydnham Grand brand is a relatively exclusive collection of just 65 hotels worldwide (out of Wyndham’s sprawling portfolio of over 9,000 properties) – recent additions include the all-suite Wyndham Grand Algarveand the brand is set to debut in Australia in 2024.

The news follows last week’s announcement that the current Ritz-Carlton Cancun – also located in the city’s Hotel Zone – will become a Kempinksi property starting next month.

The Ritz-Carlton Cancun renamed Kempinski

Commenting on the news, Scott LePage, President, Americas at Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, said:

“Wyndham Grand Resorts offer everyday travelers experiences in some of the world’s most desirable destinations, including Cancun.

“Travelers can expect an upscale experience in the heart of the destination and immerse themselves in Mexican culture with the resort’s wide array of dining experiences and activities.”


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