Wyndham expands in Queensland after acquiring the Peppers Airlie Beach resort on the Whitsunday Coast
102-key Peppers Airlie Beach sold to Wyndham
Will be rebranded Club Wyndham Airlie Beach Whitsundays
Takes the Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific managed resort portfolio to 70 properties
Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific has set its sights on Queensland's Whitsunday Coast, with the company announcing the purchase a majority freehold interest in Peppers Airlie Beach resort.
Barry Robinson, President and Managing Director, International Operations, Wyndham Vacation Clubs, said the property will be rebranded Club Wyndham Airlie Beach Whitsundays.
As part of the acquisition, Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific will also own and operate the onsite food and beverage and conferencing facilities.
Club Wyndham Airlie Beach features an open-air restaurant and bar, infinity pool and spa, gym, conference facilities and undercover parking.
The addition of Club Wyndham Airlie Beach takes the Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific managed resort portfolio to 70 properties across Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Indonesia, Thailand, Hawaii, Europe and Japan.