About Wyndham

The Wyndham brand is a hotel chain based in New Jersey, United States. Member loyalty programs offered by Wyndham are called Wyndham Rewards. In addition to exclusive rates and points, Wyndham members have access to upgrades, complimentary amenities, and free stays.


Wyndham Hotels & Resorts makes travel possible for everyone. The 20 iconic brands of our portfolio encompass a diverse mix of large cities, small towns, beachfront resorts, and highway hotels. Wyndham will be there to welcome you, providing thoughtful amenities, friendly service, and a wide range of accommodations for every traveler.

Wyndham also offers programs such as Wyndham Rewards, which are quite popular among its members, in addition to its various popular brands. In exceptional destinations worldwide, Wyndham creates authentic, unique experiences with attentive service, relaxing surroundings, and unique touches.

Origins can be traced back to the founding of Hospitality Franchise Systems (HFS) in 1990, which was created as a vehicle to acquire hotel franchises. After acquiring Days Inn, Howard Johnson, Ramada, and Super 8 in 1995, it acquired several brands. The Wyndham Hotel & Resorts group is made up of 21 brands, divided into seven categories. 


The world’s most generous rewards program offers unique member perks and the opportunity to earn free nights. You can earn free nights at thousands of Wyndham Rewards Hotels, starting at just 7,500 points.

In addition to offering benefits to loyal guests, Wyndham also provides an elite status program, which rewards members with points and upgrades. Wyndham’s budget-friendly roots are also apparent in this program, but it isn’t as valuable as other high-end programs like Hyatt’s. You can earn Wyndham Rewards points by booking hotel stays with Wyndham Rewards. The Wyndham Rewards program allows members to collect points that can be redeemed for free and discounted nights at over 9,000 Wyndham properties worldwide, including hotels and vacation rentals.