Staycations this August come with discounts and extra bonus points for members of Wyndham Rewards.
While we’re all wondering when our next overseas trip will be, the truth is that we need not travel far to enjoy a memorable vacation with loved ones. Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is now giving travel-starved residents in Asia Pacific the chance to relax and recharge this summer through its Holiday Here campaign, allowing them to make the most of a well-deserved getaway in their own backyards. Members of the brand’s loyalty program Wyndham Rewards will get to save up to 25 percent on room rates and earn 3,000 bonus points when they book direct by August 28, 2021, for stays through August 30.
Wyndham Rewards members can also take advantage of the Stay 2 Consecutive Nights, Earn 6,500 Bonus Points offer valid through September 6. The extra bonus comes on top of the points already earned through the hotel stay; that’s enough for a future free night at more than 1,500 properties around the Asia-Pacific region.
Hotels by Wyndham participating in the Holiday Here sale span 14 trusted brands, and are as diverse as the destinations themselves. Residents of the Lion City may want to opt for a staycation at Ramada by Wyndham Singapore at Zhongshan Park in Balestier, which features 382 contemporary rooms, facilities such as an inviting 30-meter outdoor pool, and the first hotel outlet from the New Ubin Seafood Group, known for its hearty tze char dishes. History buffs will delight in its location a few paces from the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall.
Now that Thailand’s most popular island destination has reopened, fully vaccinated international travelers can book an ocean-view room at Wyndham Grand Nai Harn Beach Resort Phuket, while those in Vietnam hoping to improve their golf swing (and have their fill of beach time) should look to Wyndham Grand KN Paradise Cam Ranh, which features a 27-hole golf course designed by Greg Norman. Given its location in one of Bali’s most vibrant areas, Indonesia-based holidaymakers will want to consider Ramada Encore by Wyndham Seminyak Bali on their next vacation to the Island of the Gods.
And there’s a dizzying array of other options elsewhere in Asia. Howard Johnson Plaza by Wyndham Blue Bay Sihanoukville is a brand-new 36-story hotel with tastefully furnished interiors, providing the utmost in modern comfort in Cambodia’s booming coastal city. Budget-conscious Philippine travelers who desire a more low-key escape in the Visayas have choices such as Microtel by Wyndham Boracay, an intimate property of just 51 rooms on tranquil Diniwid Beach. Over in Japan’s Shizuoka Prefecture, Wyndham Grand Awashima offers a sense of glorious seclusion; suites here come with hot-spring baths and views of Mount Fuji. Air travelers passing through the former Chinese capital of Nanjing can bed down at the newly opened Wyndham Garden Nanjing Airport, whose elegant, state-of-the-art rooms and plush bedding promise a good night’s sleep. Another excellent choice in mainland China is Wyndham Grand Suzhou Fenhu, a stylish lakeside property where guest quarters feature nature-inspired artwork, marble bathrooms, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Guests will be able to rest easy knowing that enhanced health and safety protocols are in place across all hotels by Wyndham, with all properties adhering to strict standards set out in the brand’s Count on Us initiative. Flexible booking policies ensure even greater peace of mind — you’ll get to cancel or reschedule your trip with ease should unforeseen circumstances arise. Wyndham has also extended current Wyndham Rewards member benefits through the end of 2021, while pausing points expiration until December 31. Signing up to become a member is free, and booking directly through Wyndham means you won’t miss out on member perks, savings, and best available rates.
For more information, visit wyndhamhotels.com/hotel-deals/holidayhere.
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