WorldMark South Pacific Club Adds New Bali Property


WorldMark South Pacific Club, part of the Wyndham Vacation Resorts – Asia Pacific family, is adding a new property in Bali to its growing network of resorts. WorldMark club members will soon be able to enjoy vacations at Wyndham Dreamland Resort Bali, a coastal Indonesian resort already popular among travelers from Australia, New Zealand, and beyond.

The resort, which is already available to regular guests through the Wyndham Hotel Group, is a mixed-use property located between Kuta and Uluwatu. The resort features a spa and wellness center, yoga studio, event spaces, and beachfront access. Close to several popular surf breaks, the new WorldMark by Wyndham property is also popular among watersports enthusiasts. Also featuring an award-winning golf course, on-site swimming and a unique Balinese design, the resort has earned a reputation as a international family-friendly haven.

The WorldMark South Pacific Club, long a purveyor of family-friendly and luxurious retreats, can now count the Wyndham Dreamland Resort among its network for timeshare owners. The chain now has properties in nearly every major destination in the region, including Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Thailand, and Hawaii.

Barry Robinson, President and Managing Director of International Operations for Wyndham Vacation Ownership, revealed the decision to incorporate the resort was entirely because of club members:

“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 today. We are committed 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.”

For more information on the WorldMark South Pacific Club or their recent addition of the Dreamland resort, visit the brand’s official site.