The world's largest hotel franchise company with 9,000 establishments spread across 95 countries is increasing its presence on Spain's Costa del Sol.
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has reached an agreement with the CLC World Resort & Hotels group, which is one of the biggest independent resort operators in Europe, that will allow you it to expand its portfolio with 12 resorts, of which four are located on the Costa del Sol and the rest in the Canary Islands, Turkey, the United Kingdom and Austria.
On the Malaga coast, it will take on four holiday apartment complexes in the Mijas Costa area that will be renamed Wyndham Grand Residences Costa del Sol Mijas; Ramada Residences by Wyndham Costa del Sol; Ramada Hotels & Suites by Wyndham Costa del Sol and Wyndham Residences Costa del Sol Mijas.
Wyndham says these resorts “are located in subtropical gardens with more than 20 swimming pools and facilities, which include restaurants, a gym and several clubs for children. They will offer a range of studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments and villas with exclusive styles to suit the different travellers visiting the Costa del Sol”.
Dimitris Manikis, President of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts Emea, said he was "delighted" to add these resorts to the company’s growing portfolio and continue to expand their destinations across Europe.
“The continued trust of major independent owners and operators underscores the success of our strategy. We have a strong track record in helping tourism businesses benefit from brand recognition and support,” said Manikis, noting that the new additions will further expand Wyndham's portfolio with more than 300 hotels across Europe, adding some of the most desired destinations including Turkey's Aegean Coast, Costa del Sol, Tenerife, country house estates in Scotland and England, and the Austrian Alps.
Patrick Ingram, Group General Manager, CLC World Resorts & Hotels, praised Wyndham for "their passion for hospitality and the exceptional support they provide." He reminded that CLC World is a family business with more than three decades of experience in the development of "tourist complexes, a collection of villas, apartments and suites that differs from the offer of a conventional hotel, combining all the facilities and comforts of a luxury hotel with spacious one to three bedroom homes and with restaurants, bars, swimming pools, shops and lots of entertainment”.