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WH&R Achieves Record Growth in AP in 2023

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World’s largest hotel franchisor debutednine brandsin eight new marketsacross Asia Pacific, signed 222 hotels, opened 158 new hotels, and registered 7.4% Y-O-Y net room growth, equivalent to 14,200+ rooms.

Caption: Wyndham Hotels & Resorts President and CEO, Geoff Ballotti and Wyndham Hotels & Resorts Asia Pacific President,Joon Aun OOI, met up with more than 30 owners across Asia Pacific during themulti-day tour in the region.

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts,the world’s largest hotel franchising company with 24 brands and approximately 9,200 hotels, continues to make impressive gains across Asia Pacific, unveiling today full-year results for the region for 2023. Among the highlights: the Company introduced nine new brands, signed 222 hotels, opened 158new hotels, and registered 7.4% Y-O-Y net room growth, equivalent to 14,200+ rooms.

Anchored by its OwnerFirstTM approach to franchising, the growth underscores Wyndham’s strong reputation throughout the region and its long-term commitment to helping deliver success for owners and franchisees—a sentiment that was further emphasized this month by a visit to the region from Geoff Ballotti,President, and CEO.

During 4- 7 March 2024, Ballotti visited the Asia Pacific region and participated in 27 signing ceremonies for new hotels - including properties in Greater China, Thailand, Cambodia, among others - while also meeting with more than 30 owners across the region. Wyndham currently has almost 1,800 opened hotels across Asia Pacific.

Bleisure tourism across the Asia Pacific region continued to recover nicely in 2023, creating unprecedented opportunities for Wyndham and our franchisees. As a result, demand for our 15 brands is as strong as it’s ever been, particularly among hotel owners, who increasingly are recognizing the value of partnering with the world’s largest hotel franchisor. From our award-winning loyalty program, Wyndham Rewards, to our unmatched ability to deliver best-in-class technology, marketing, and distribution—they see the power of the Wyndham Advantage.”

- Joon Aun OOI, President, Asia Pacific, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts

Milestone Openings

In 2023, Wyndhamintroducednine brands into eight new markets across the region, including: Wyndham Grand, Wyndham, Hawthorn by Wyndham, TRYP by Wyndham, Trademark Collection by Wyndham, Ramada Encore by Wyndham, and Howard Johnson by Wyndham. Among just a few of the highlights:

New Brands, New Markets

o Hawthorn by Wyndham Dali Erhai Par k (China)

Located in Yunnan province, this 163-room hotel marks the arrival of the Hawthorn brand in both China and Asia Pacific. Situated in downtown Dali, guests can experience the charming markets of Dali Ancient City, cycle around traditional Bai villages at Erhai Lake or soak in picturesque views on a cable car ride to the top of Cangshan Mountain.

o Wyndham Grand Busa n ljin (South Korea)

Offering stunning ocean views of Songdo Beach, this 271-room hotel marks the arrival of the Wyndham Grand brand in South Korea. Located in South Korea’s second-largest city, guests can relax in the tranquility of Songdo Beach, take a ride on the Songdo Cable Car, or visit Jagalchi Market, South Korea's largest seafood hub.

o TRYP by Wyndham Wellington , Tory Street (New Zealand)

Set in the heart of Wellington’s business district, this 77-room hotel marks the arrival of the TRYP by Wyndham brand to New Zealand. Sitting just a stone’s throw from diverse shops, restaurants, bars and attractions, guests can go for a ride on the Wellington Cable Car, explore the beauty of the Wellington Botanic Garden or take in a bit of history and culture at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.

Flagship Hotels in Marque Destinations

o Wyndham Grand Phu Quo c (Vietnam)

Located on the beautiful shores of Bai Dai beach, this 5-star, 1,399-room resort has the distinction of being the largest Wyndham Grand hotel in the world. Designed to be an escape from the everyday, guests can experience a culinary journey across seven on-site restaurants and bars and receive access to a wide array of activities and amenities, from vibrant water sports and morning yoga to therapeutic spa treatments. The resort also offers its own kids club, catering to children 10 and under.

o Wyndham Garden Grandwor l d Phu Quo c (Vietnam)

Just a stone’s throw away from Wyndham Grand Phu Quoc is Wyndham Garden Grandworld Phu Quoc.This 921-room property has the distinction of being the largest Wyndham Garden hotel in the world. Situated near Grand World Phu Quoc— an entertainment center offering unparalleled experiences, also known as the home to the Teddy Bear Museum, Venice Canal, and Quintessence of Vietnam—the resort is the perfect spot to relax or use as home base for exploring nearby attractions.

o Peninsula Excelsior Singapore, a Wyndham Hotel (Singapore)

Situated in Singapore’s bustling city center, this 591-room hotel is the newest flagship of the Wyndham brand in Asia Pacific. Conveniently located just 20 kilometers from Singapore Changi International Airport, the hotel puts guests in the heart of the Civic District, offering easy access to the city’s most popular attractions, including Gardens by the Bay, Merlion Park and Suntec City. This property will be renamed Wyndham Singapore, following a multi-million-dollar refurbishment program and its official opening in 2024.

The Wyndham Advantage

Wyndham franchisees throughout Asia Pacific benefit from the Wyndham Advantage—a combination of world-class marketing, distribution and other resources designed to put owners on the path to success. Inclusive of more than $275 million in innovative technology investments over the past five years, owners have access to best-in-class technology from industry-leading providers, including next-gen property and revenue management systems, as well as a growing member base of more than 106 million enrolled Wyndham Rewards members globally.

Wyndham Rewards is the number one hotel rewards program as named by both USA Today and U.S. New and World Report with more than 50,000 hotels, vacation club resorts and vacation rentals. Members make up more than a third of all check-ins globally and on average, spend nearly twice as much as non-members.