These newly rebranded hotels continue the company’s steady conversion growth, where it experienced 100% more domestic conversions in third quarter 2021 compared to third quarter 2019.
“Joining Wyndham Hotels & Resorts will allow us to collaborate with the company’s global sales, marketing and loyalty teams to help travelers discover these properties and explore new cities,” said David Crisafi, president of Ceres Enterprises, in a statement. “We will also have the opportunity to simplify operations and streamline efficiencies with the support, experience, and scale that Wyndham provides.”
The three new hotels are situated in Noblesville and Westfield, Ind. and Avon, Ohio.
According to Wydham Hotels & Resorts Chief Development Officer Chip Ohlsson, conversions play an important role the company’s development strategy.
“This is an extraordinary opportunity at a key time in the travel industry,” said David Orlean, president of Orlean Co., the joint owner of the Avon, Ohio and Westfield, Indiana Wyndhams). “This conversion comes at a time when travel is picking back up, and we are thrilled to be able to now extend the Wyndham experience to guests of these properties.”[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]