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Palladium Hotel Group, Wyndham sign strategic alliance

Grand Palladium Jamaica
Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton

Over the last 3 years, I’ve enjoyed visiting the Palladium Hotel Group resorts in Mexico, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. Today, my friends at TravelPulse.com reported that the Palladium Hotel Group and Wyndham have formed a strategic alliance.

“Wyndham Hotels & Resorts and Palladium Hotel Group have entered into a long-term strategic alliance, which will add 14 TRS Hotels and Grand Palladium Hotels & Resorts to the one-year-old Wyndham Registry Collection.

The partnership boosts Wyndham’s all-inclusive portfolio to 26 hotels.

The all-inclusive TRS Hotels and Grand Palladium properties, which are located in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Brazil, represent upward of 65,000 rooms. Currently, Wyndham Registry Collection features two hotels in its portfolio, Grand Riviera Residences Cancun and Bristol Panama.

“Expanding Registry Collection Hotels continues Wyndham’s global growth in the luxury space and grants more travelers access to new, preeminent experiences in some of the most remarkable destinations,” said Geoffrey A. Ballotti, president and chief executive officer of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts.

“These unique, all-inclusive hotels are designed to ensure that guests – whether redeeming Wyndham Rewards points or booking directly – will enjoy an elevated vacation.”

I’m very glad that the two brands are now more closely aligned, however several Travel Club members have asked how this will affect room availability and pricing.

I feel confident this move is very good for all involved and I look forward to returning to TRS Yucatán before the end of 2022!

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President of MilitaryFares.com. Navy Veteran, Travel Agent, love to cruise!

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