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One of the newest additions to Wyndham's all-inclusive collection in the Caribbean.

Wyndham Just Added New All-Inclusive Resorts in Jamaica

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - May 14, 2024

Marriott. Hyatt. Hilton. The biggest names in travel have all been making major moves in the all-inclusive space in the Caribbean, as travelers continue to demand the concept in their vacations. 

You can add Wyndham to that list. 

The travel giant has been quietly adding significantly to its Caribbean all-inclusive portfolio, with new hotels in places like the Dominican Republic, Curacao, Cancun and, more recently, Barbados (with the long-awaited Sam Lord’s Castle resort). 

And Wyndham just added more resorts, thanks to a new alliance with longtime all-inclusive operator Decameron — an expansion that includes three resorts in Jamaica. 

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The main pool at the Royal Decameron Montego Bay, now jointly branded with Wyndham.

As part of the alliance, Wyndham now has three new properties in Jamaica: two under its relatively new Trademark brand and a third under its new Ramada All-Inclusive brand. 

That includes the Grand Decameron Montego Beach, a Trademark All-Inclusive; Decameron Club Caribbean Runaway Bay, Ramada All-Inclusive; and Grand Decameron Cornwall Beach, a Trademark All-Inclusive. 

The Grand Decameron Cornwall Beach, a Trademark All-Inclusive. 

So what do these resorts cost?

A sample itinerary for five days at the new Trademark All-Inclusive in Montego Bay priced out to about $223 per night, according to Wyndham’s Web site. 

So what else do you need to know? 

The alliance means Wyndham Rewards members now have the ability to use their points to stay at the aforementioned resorts — to the tune of as low as 15,000 points, according to a spokesperson for Wyndham. 

For more, visit Wyndham

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