Bali resort joins WorldMark South Pacific Club
Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific – part of Wyndham Vacation Ownership, the world’s largest vacation ownership company – has added Wyndham Dreamland Resort Bali, a new timeshare destination for owners in the WorldMark South Pacific Club.
WorldMark South Pacific Club is a modern and flexible vacation ownership programme that gives more than 56,000 WorldMark owners a convenient and affordable way to holiday across a network of 31 resorts in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Thailand, Indonesia and Hawaii.
Barry Robinson, president and managing director of International Operations, Wyndham Vacation Ownership, said: “A much-loved destination among Australians and New Zealanders, Bali has been on our Club owners’ wish list for a while, so we are thrilled to be able to share the news with them.
“We are commited to providing our owners with an exciting choice of holiday destinations, from inner city Melbourne to culture rich Bali. The Club experiences are diverse and are continually being enhanced.”
This mixed-use property, which also offers accommodation through Wyndham Hotel Group, is located on a tranquil stretch of coastline between Kuta and Uluwatu. Close to the Bingin Beach and Padang Padang surf breaks, the resort is the ideal destination for relaxation, family holidays and surf trips, with facilities including a spa and wellness centre, yoga studio, function spaces and a wedding chapel.
Overlooking an award-winning golf course and steps from the famous Dreamland Beach, the resort features a striking fusion of traditional Balinese and modern design, two swimming pools, a children’s pool, a kids’ club, tranquil gardens and multiple dining options.
Wyndham Dreamland Resort Bali will offer WorldMark South Pacific Club owners a broad range of accommodation choices from hotel rooms right through to two-bedroom Presidential Villas. It will launch in stages, with the first room type now available to owners being Studio Deluxe Villas.