Wyndham Resort in U.S. Virgin Islands Officially Becomes All-Inclusive

The much-anticipated conversion of the Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa into an all-inclusive resort officially took place on July 1.

Seeing a growing demand from budget-conscious travelers for an all-inclusive resort, Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands now offers unlimited food and beverages, entertainment, half-day access to the supervised Kid’s Club, and a comprehensive activities program featuring snorkeling, kayaking, sailing, miniature golf and family movie nights.

At the center of these exciting changes is the resort’s new general manager, Kashmie Ali, who was hired to manage the transformation. Ali’s hospitality background includes extensive all-inclusive and five-star operational experience in the Caribbean with Sandals and Jade Mountain.

See more of the resort in the video below:

Perched hillside on the east end of St. Thomas, the resort spans more than 31landscaped acres, including its own secluded beach and 294 accommodations, most with bay or ocean views and all equipped with the Wyndham Be Well bedding. Some guest rooms feature Wyndham ClearAir allergy-friendly technology by PURE Solutions designed to remove up to 98 percent of allergens.

Visit www.sugarbaywyndham.com.


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