New Wyndham Hotel Opens in Kingston

Wyndham Hotels and Resorts announced its expansion in the Caribbean with the opening of the 303-room-and-suite Wyndham Kingston Jamaica.

Just 10 miles from Jamaica’s Norman Manley International Airport, the Wyndham Kingston Jamaica is located in the heart of Kingston’s financial and diplomatic district on the southern coast of the Caribbean island, making it an ideal home base for business and leisure travelers.

Owned by Ocean Chimo, the Wyndham Kingston Jamaica will undergo extensive renovations of the hotel’s public spaces and guest rooms to further enhance the guest experience and meet Wyndham standards. The hotel will be managed by Wyndham Hotels and Resorts.

“This opening marks the Wyndham brand’s exciting return to the island and to the New Kingston community,” said Jeff Wagone, president of Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, in a written statement.

The hotel is situated on seven-and-one-half acres overlooking Emancipation Park and is within close proximity to many of the area’s top attractions, including championship golf courses, the National Gallery, the Bob Marley Museum and Castleton Botanical Gardens, located on the banks of the Wag Water River.

Guests have convenient access to retail and couture shopping in the hotel’s lobby, on-site car rental and tour desks, business center and complimentary on-site parking. Guests also can relax at the property’s Olympic-size outdoor swimming pool, soak in the poolside hot spa Jacuzzi or maintain their fitness routines at its health club and sauna. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the bright, airy guest rooms offer garden or city views of Jamaica’s scenic landscape from their personal balconies.

Visit www.wyndhamrewards.com.

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