Wyndham Hainan Qingshui Bay Resort eyes 2017 opening

Wyndham Hotel Group announced plans to expand its China portfolio with the signing of a new Wyndham Hotels and Resorts property. Wyndham Hainan Qingshui Bay Resort is scheduled to open in late 2017.

Located in one of China’s resort destinations, the property is part of Wyndham Hotel Group’s plan to grow its upscale Wyndham Hotels and Resorts brand beyond tier-one cities in China and into tier-two destinations. As of March 31, the company had approximately 900 hotels and more than 100,000 rooms in the country, with a development pipeline of more than 135 hotels and over 26,000 rooms.

Located along Qingshui Bay and its 7-mile tropical coastline known as the “Singing Beach,” the Wyndham Hainan Qingshui Bay Resort is part of a mixed used development and will feature private seafront beaches and approximately 200 guestrooms. Other amenities will include a swimming pool, a fitness center, a ballroom and function room and a beach bar.

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Wyndham Hotel Group is one of three hospitality business units of Wyndham Worldwide. The company’s global portfolio consists of approximately 7,670 properties and 667,000 rooms in 70 countries under the following brands: Dolce Hotels and Resorts (acquired February 2015), Wyndham Grand Hotels and Resorts, Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Wyndham Garden Hotels, TRYP by Wyndham, Wingate by Wyndham, Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham, Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham, Ramada, Baymont Inn & Suites, Days Inn, Super 8, Howard Johnson, Travelodge and Knights Inn. 

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