Articles tagged “wyndham worldwide”

Hotels

Wyndham Hotels Emphasizes Boosting Rates Instead of Occupancy

Hoteliers used to obsess about putting "heads in beds." But Wyndham instead focuses on charging the highest hotel prices possible, or what we call a focus on "rates and dates." So far, in 2022, Wyndham's approach has paid off.

Wyndham Hotels Emphasizes Boosting Rates Instead of Occupancy

Hotels

Wyndham’s App Update Is Made for Road Trips

Hundreds of thousands of Americans regularly struggle to plan long-distance trips with stops at hotels that are pet friendly or have parking for large trucks. Wyndham's new tool aims to address this hassle.

Wyndham’s App Update Is Made for Road Trips

Online Travel

Daily Podcast: How Google Is Winning Travel

Good morning from Skift. It's Thursday, April 25, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: How Google Is Winning Travel

Hotels

Wyndham Hotels Predicts U.S. Franchising Growth Supercycle

The world's largest franchisor of hotels, Wyndham, makes a persuasive case that the U.S. is entering a multi-year boom in the franchising of economy — and midscale — hotels.

Wyndham Hotels Predicts U.S. Franchising Growth Supercycle

Online Travel

Wyndham Signs on for Next-Gen Technology From Oracle Hospitality

Technology is developing faster than many hotels’ ability to implement it, so some chains turn to tech specialists to stay up to date. Wyndham is tapping Oracle Hospitality for its full-service brands and Sabre for its select-service brands.

Wyndham Signs on for Next-Gen Technology From Oracle Hospitality

Hotels

Wyndham’s Former Vacation Rentals Business Gets Rebranded Under Private Equity Owners

The name itself is kind of irrelevant. What matters is that Awaze is now a proper company rather than a division.

Wyndham’s Former Vacation Rentals Business Gets Rebranded Under Private Equity Owners

Online Travel

Airbnb Clone Wimdu to Close Despite Having Raised More Than $90 Million

One ripple effect of startups like Airbnb raising enormous sums of funding is that it has become harder for smaller rivals to clone their models elsewhere in the world. While clones get a bad name, they do provide benefits to consumers in added competition.

Airbnb Clone Wimdu to Close Despite Having Raised More Than $90 Million

Hotels

The Most Highly Compensated Hotel CEOs of 2017

We can only hope that a large portion of Steve Wynn's $34 million compensation from last year will go to his multiple alleged victims.

The Most Highly Compensated Hotel CEOs of 2017

Hotels

Wyndham Hotels CEO Expects to Pursue More Brands Post-Spin

Like AccorHotels CEO Sebastien Bazin recently said at Skift Forum Europe, you don't limit the number of friends you have, so why limit the number of brands any one hotel company can own?

Wyndham Hotels CEO Expects to Pursue More Brands Post-Spin

Hotels

Wyndham Finally Joins Competitors With Discounted Loyalty Rates

When it comes to Wyndham finally offering loyalty program members discounted rates, it's always better late than never, right?

Wyndham Finally Joins Competitors With Discounted Loyalty Rates