What Company Owns Wyndham Hotels?

Wyndham Worldwide is the owner of the international hotel brand Wyndham. It is currently one of the largest hospitality chains in the world. The company embodies Wyndham Hotel Group with over 7,000 hotels, Wyndham Vacation Ownership and Group RCI. In 2009, Wyndham made the list of "Fortune Magazine's" most admired companies.


Wyndham Worldwide is one of the largest hospitality chains in the world and owns the hotel brands Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Days Inn, Ramada, Wingate, Baymont, Microtel, Knights Inn, Hawthorn, Howard Johnson, Super 8 and Travelodge.


The division called Wyndham Hotel Group was the world's biggest hotel franchise as of 2009 and includes over 7,000 hotels and 593,000 rooms in 67 countries on six continents.



The Wyndham Vacation Ownership division is the world's largest vacation ownership company and includes one- to 4four-bedroom vacation condos owned by over 8,000 people.



Group RCI is also a part of Wyndham Worldwide with over 30 vacation brands including Disney Vacation Club and offers condos, hotels, villas, campgrounds, urban apartments, residential homes, cottages, bungalows and more.



Wyndham Worldwide was ranked second on "Fortune Magazine's" World's Most Admired Companies in the casinos, hotels and resorts category in 2009.



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