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Wyndham Adds 9 New All-Inclusive Resorts

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It’s easier than ever to stay at an all-inclusive resort in Latin America and the Caribbean, thanks to a new partnership between Wyndham Hotels & Resorts and Decameron All Inclusive Hotels & Resorts.

Here’s what you need to know.

Wyndham Adds 2,600+ Rooms to All-Inclusive Portfolio

Wyndham has formed a partnership with the all-inclusive hotel brand Decameron, that will bring 9 new resorts — and more than 2,600 rooms — to the Wyndham Rewards program.

Decameron’s offerings include mostly beachfront resorts, with some family-friendly options. All include amenities like pools and fitness centers, while some offer spa treatments and watersport activities.

Decameron Club Caribbean Runaway Bay Ramada All Inclusive
Decameron Club Caribbean Runaway Bay, Ramada All Inclusive. Image Credit: Wyndham

Here is the list of the resorts:

“Through our alliance with Wyndham, we are joining efforts with one of the world’s leading hotel franchisors, deploying our combined strengths to enhance our distribution capabilities and expand our presence,” said Fabio Villegas, President, Decameron All Inclusive Hotels & Resorts. “In doing so, we have an opportunity to provide unforgettable travel experiences to more guests than ever before.”

Bottom Line:

Decameron All Inclusive Hotels & Resorts has been around for nearly 4 decades. With over 30 Decameron all-inclusive hotels primarily located in the Caribbean and Latin America, Wyndham’s all-inclusive portfolio looks to continue its growth at an accelerated pace.

Earning and Redeeming Wyndham Rewards Points

These all-inclusive resorts are now part of Wyndham Rewards and can be booked with points.

Wyndham Resorts has one of the most straightforward award charts of all major hotel chains. Awards start at 7,500, 15,000, or 30,000 points per night for all hotels.

As I noted above, most of Decameron’s resorts are bookable for just 15,000 points per night. These prices are a steal, especially for all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean and Latin America.

For instance, the Grand Decameron Complex Bucerias in Mexico costs just 15,000 points per night for dates across the board, which is an incredible rate.

Grand Decameron Complex Bucerias
Image Credit: Wyndham

There are several ways to earn Wyndham Rewards points, even if you don’t stay with the chain often. Aside from staying at Wyndham-branded hotels, you can earn welcome bonuses through Barclays co-branded Wyndham Rewards credit cards. Finally, you can transfer rewards from Citi ThankYou Rewards or Capital One Miles.

Final Thoughts

This is excellent news for Wyndham fans, especially those who like to stay in all-inclusive resorts. The new partnership will see mid- and upper-scale brands join the program. Even better, all the hotels will cost between 15,000 and 30,000 points per night!

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About Victoria M. Walker

Victoria holds a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the Howard University School of Communications and is an award-winning journalist, travel reporter, and the founder of the “Carrying On with Victoria M. Walker” newsletter.

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