Wyndham expanding Dolce brand worldwide

Comwell Aarhus
The Comwell Aarhus in Denmark is being reflagged under Wyndham's Dolce brand. Photo credit: Wyndham Hotels & Resorts

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is expanding its meetings-focused Dolce Hotels and Resorts brand.

“With demand for meetings expected to climb 5 [percent]-10 percent this year around the world, it’s more important than ever to continue expanding our offerings in new, inspired travel destinations,” said Carol Lynch, VP/global sales for Wyndham.

New locations include:


The Dolce by Wyndham Hanoi Golden Lake is located in Hanoi’s Giang Vo ward, 10 minutes from the city center. The 441-room hotel is expected to open later this year.


The Dolce by Wyndham Versailles is expected to open in autumn 2020 in the Domaine du Montcel, 15 minutes from Versailles Palace and 30 minutes from Orly Airport and La Défense. The hotel will have 15 meeting and reception rooms, 178 guestrooms, two restaurants, a bar, a spa and a 34-acre park.


The Akti Imperial Hotel & Convention Center, Dolce by Wyndham will be the largest convention center in southeastern Europe with 242,190 square feet of space that can accommodate up to 8,000 conference attendees or 2,500 banquet guests. Among 32 event venues, meeting planners will find a variety of meeting rooms and a banquet facility, all featuring free Wi-Fi and the latest technology. The hotel’s garden and Ixia Beach also can be customized for a cocktail reception or wedding ceremony.


As reported last month, Wyndham also collaborated with Comwell Hotels in an exclusive agreement to open multiple Dolce hotels in the Scandinavian country. 
Comwell Copenhagen Portside, Dolce by Wyndham: Expected to open in 2021, this new-build hotel will be located in Trælastholmen's Nordhavn district. Situated right next to the harbor, the hotel will have 484 rooms, 17 conference rooms, a restaurant, bar and two green atria.
Comwell Aarhus, Dolce by Wyndham: Centrally located in Aarhus, Denmark’s second largest city, this hotel is close to the harbor and surrounded by cafés and restaurants. The hotel is open and has 240 rooms, as well as conference space, a restaurant and a bar. 

Recent Renovations

In addition to new destinations, the brand is debuting two renovations this year:
Seaview, a Dolce Hotel on the New Jersey Shore, is showcasing a new look inspired by its historic past following an $18 million renovation of its 298 guestrooms and public spaces, including updates to the hotel’s dining and meeting areas. With 34,500 square feet of event space, the hotel has 21 meeting rooms.
Dolce Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado is debuting a new multimillion-dollar renovation of its guestrooms and public spaces inspired by the hotel’s views of the Colorado Rockies. In early 2020, the hotel will debut renovated meeting and event space across its 10,000 square feet of function rooms.