THIRTY-FOUR apartments in the old Shoal Bay Resort and Spa will soon become timeshares with Wyndham Hotel Group after the company announced this week it had acquired the properties.
The news comes just weeks after resort owner Jay McPhee, whose family developed the site, announced it would lease one of its major sections, the hotel’s accommodation management rights to the Wyndham Group.
Wyndham has contracted to acquire 34 apartments at the newly named Ramada Resort Shoal Bay.
The apartments will be transferred into Wyndham’s vacation ownership club.
Shoal Bay is one of Australia’s most beautiful beach destinations, and is within easy driving distance of Sydney. This will be an outstanding addition to the Wyndham portfolio of luxury resort timeshare properties.
More about Wyndham:
As the world’s largest developer and marketer of flexible, points-based vacation ownership products, Wyndham Vacation Ownership has developed or acquired more than 185 vacation ownership resorts throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and the South Pacific that represent more than 23,000 individual vacation ownership units.
More than 900,000 owner families worldwide and an extensive and diverse portfolio of resorts make the company a vacation ownership powerhouse.
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