The signature resort in the island of St Croix is joining Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The historic Buccaneer Beach and Golf Resort will be converting to Wyndham’s Trademark Collection, the company confirmed this week.
The Buccaneer will be the first-ever Wyndham property in St Croix, and third Wyndham-branded property in the US Virgin Islands, joining the Limetree Beach Resort by Club Wyndham and Margaritaville Vacation Club, both in St Thomas.
The family-owned-and-operated resort is set on 340 acres outside of Christiansted in St Croix.
It’s home to a total of 130 rooms and suites, along with the top golf course in the US Virgin Islands.
The Buccaneer joins two other recent Caribbean additions to the Wyndham portfolio, including the Kunuku Resort All-Inclusive in Curacao and the Turtle Island Beach Resort in Belize.
“Our portfolio of iconic hotel brands offers a wide range of experiences and price points for guests as well as strong opportunities for franchisees and developers,” said Geoffrey A. Ballotti, president and chief executive officer, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts. “Our global sales, marketing and loyalty teams are looking forward to helping more travelers discover all these new hotels.”
Both of those resorts will also be joining the Trademark Collection by Wyndham.
For more, visit The Buccaneer.