Wyndham: All-Inclusive Demand Still Strong 

all-inclusive wyndhamThe Wyndham Alltra Cancun.
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Demand for all-inclusive hotels and resorts has never been higher, according to the results of a new survey by Wyndham Hotels and Resorts. 

The hotel giant, which recently entered the all-inclusive space, says its survey, conducted by OnePoll, showed that 75 percent of travelers “believe the best way to travel is to book an all-inclusive trip.”

Additionally, 77 percent believe that an all-inclusive vacation is the “least stressful way to travel.”

Wyndham announced its high-profile move into all-inclusive with the launch of a strategic alliance with Playa Hotels and Resorts last year. 

That included the debut of its new all-inclusive brand, Wyndham Alltra. 

The first two Wyndham Alltra resorts opened in Playa del Carmen and Cancun, respectively in December 2021. 

“”With an increase in daily work and family stress in the past two years, we’re seeing demand for simple, stress-free vacations,” says Scott LePage, President, Americas at Wyndham Hotels & Resorts.”

More and more hotel brands have been entering the all-inclusive space in recent years, most notably Marriott, which has debuted a broad portfolio of all-inclusives in the Caribbean.

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