Wyndham Hotels & Resorts continues opening properties in some of the world’s most exotic locations. Its two latest openings in Turkiye and Greece add to the approximately 9,100 properties already in the company portfolio.
Istanbul New Airport Hotel, Trademark Collection by Wyndham
With a convenient location in the Arnavutkoy district, about 7 miles from Istanbul Airport, clients booked here will be within easy reach of the Mall of Istanbul and the Vialand Theme Park. This new-build property offers the ideal blend of amenities for bleisure travelers, including an on-site restaurant, room service, on-site Starbucks, a business center and concierge services. Accommodations include 68 Standard, deluxe and suite guestrooms. And? It’s also pet-friendly.
Ajul Luxury Hotel & Spa Resort, A Registry Collection Hotel
The first Registry Collection Hotel in Europe, Ajul Luxury Hotel & Spa is a 5-star, 171-guestroom property on the Halkidiki peninsula in Greece. With drop-dead gorgeous beaches and jaw-dropping views (think Mount Olympus), this latest addition pays homage to the brand’s ethos, combining luxury with a unique setting and beautiful architecture.
The beachfront property will appeal to the most demanding of your clients, with 26 private villas to choose from and 92 bungalows, most with private pools and all with ocean views. Add five terraced swimming pools, beach access (think Aegean pebble-style beach) and lush gardens, plus three restaurants offering Greek, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine that showcase local produce, and this won’t be a hard sell.
The hotel is also the home of a unique Spa Center with an outdoor pool that offers wellness classes with a view, not to mention tennis courts, basketball and beach volleyball, an adventure park and plenty of outdoor activities for the more active clients. If they’re planning a wedding, they have you covered here, too, with nearly 6,500 sq. ft. of venue space.
Of note: both properties participate in Wyndham Rewards, so clients can earn and/or use their points during their stay.