Wyndham Bay Point Resort Opens in Panama City Beach


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Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, LLC, has announced the addition of the Wyndham Bay Point Resort in Panama City Beach to its resort collection.

The full-service, bay front hotel is the tenth Wyndham Hotel and Resort to open in Florida. The new resort is on St. Andrews Bay, surrounded by 1,100 acres of wildlife preserve and 25 minutes from the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport, as well as many of the area’s attractions, shopping and activities.

John Green, brand senior vice president of Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, said, “The addition of an established Florida resort to our expanding portfolio of resort locations is an exciting moment for our brand. Travelers visiting Panama City Beach now have the opportunity to experience Wyndham’s first-rate service and upscale style in a relaxing resort setting. We are proud to welcome Wyndham Bay Point Resort to the family and provide another sought-after vacation and meeting spot for our guests.”

Wyndham Bay Point Resort has 319 guest accommodations, which include pillow-top mattresses, flat-screen TVs, spacious work areas and wired and wireless high-speed Internet access. There are also 60 one- and two- bedroom golf villas that offer separate living rooms and bedrooms, a wet bar, a microwave, a sleeper sofa and furnished balconies or patios. Some of the amenities offered by the resort include complimentary high-speed Internet access through the property’s public spaces, a 24-hour business center, fitness centers, and five swimming pools. There is also a Kids’ Club for children ages 5-12, a full-service Serenity Spa, golf courses and three on-site restaurants.

Visit www.wyndham.com or call 800-996-3426

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