Club Wyndham Denarau Island gears up for December reopening

The award-winning Club Wyndham Denarau Island resort, a vacation club brand of Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific, counts down to reopen on December 1, when it will introduce a number of renovations and upgrades.

As international tourism to Fiji is set to restart, Club Wyndham Denarau Island General Manager Kaydee George said, “Our team here has been incredibly patient as we waited for the COVID-19 outbreak and the downturn. tourism, and now we are very happy to welcome our guests again.

“We are happy to be able to open all of the resort’s facilities, including swimming pools and food and beverage outlets, with some COVID-19 restrictions on numbers. I am also confident that the renovations and upgrades that we have performed during this closure will help take our resort experience to the next level. “

Over the past 18 months, Club Wyndham Denarau Island has seen:

• A transformation of the restaurant and pool bar, Dua Tale, and its commercial kitchen
• Continuation of work on the Latte Lounge and a new sugar shack serving sweet treats by the beach
• Replacement of household appliances in many rooms
• The purchase of an inflatable cinema screen for Sunday movie nights
• Added new games including pool table, giant chess, Jenga and zeros and crosses
• Renovation of its hot pool
• Purchase of new equipment, including kayaks and paddleboards, for club members to enjoy for free.

The resort is set to unveil a renewed range of activities, including film-diving evenings with a large outdoor screen, kayak and stand-up paddle safaris, photo souvenirs, basket making, kava demonstrations, coconut leaf weaving, volleyball and the Fijian language. Classes.

Club Wyndham Denarau Island is a timeshare resort used by nearly 60,000 members of Club Wyndham South Pacific, one of the region’s leading clubs with 52 resorts in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Thailand, in Japan, Hawaii and Europe.

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Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific also announced the appointment of Emma Todd as Senior Business Manager for the Asia Pacific region.

The move is designed to support the company’s recent initiative to improve stays for guests and club members with the introduction of a series of activities at its Club Wyndham South Pacific, Wyndham, Wyndham Grand and Ramada managed resorts. by Wyndham.

From electric scooters and e-bikes to paddle boards and boogie boards, gold and gem mining, pedal carts and more, over 100 experiences have been added to the collection of company vacation in the past year. Activities are free for Club Wyndham South Pacific members and can be experienced for a small fee by resort guests.

Todd, currently General Manager of Club Wyndham Seven Mile Beach in Hobart, has transformed the property into one of Australia’s most popular Club Wyndham resorts.

She led the creation of the resort’s hobby farm and vegetable garden, as well as a weekly tea and damper experience by an open fire. There are also ecological flora and fauna walks and treasure hunts by electric bike.

Looking forward to her new role, she said: “I am delighted to take on this exciting new role. It has been wonderful to see such a positive response from club members and guests since we introduced the activities.

“The experiences certainly made our stays at the resort more memorable. E-bikes, for example, give visitors the opportunity to better explore the area, and we have chosen additional activities unique to each location. At Club Wyndham Denarau Island in Fiji For example, there is a coconut bowling alley and an aquatic wanderer. In Ballarat, Victoria, there is a lock of gold and gems among other experiences. So customers can always expect something different. “

In his new role, Todd will work with resort managers at 52 resorts across the Asia-Pacific region to create, improve and coordinate operations.

Warren Cullum, Senior Vice President of Hotel and Resort Operations, Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific, said, “Emma is the perfect fit for the job with her impressive background in creating unique activities for our club members and our guests. guests. During her time with us, she gained a reputation for being creative and innovative. We look forward to seeing other exciting initiatives launched to further enhance the experiences of guests and club members. “

Images: Club Wyndham Denarau Island (top) and Emma Todd, Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific’s senior business manager (bottom) Credit: Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific.

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