Wyndham Vacation Clubs to Manage Resorts in Japan

Wyndham Vacation Clubs has made an agreement to acquire Resort Frontier Co. Ltd, the management company for Sundance Resort Club. This resort club is a points-based program with more than 11,000 members and 16 resorts. As such, Wyndham Vacations Clubs will be established in Japan, with 52 resorts within the Asia Pacific region as a whole.

Wyndham Vacation Clubs Asia Pacific will manage the resort portfolio across Japan and be responsible for the administration of Sunday Resort Club, as well as servicing the club members, as per the agreement terms. They will also purchase the balance of unsold inventory in the Sundance Resort Club.

Barry Robinson, President and Managing Director, International Operations, Wyndham Vacation Clubs, spoke on the agreement:

“We are pleased to be expanding our operations across Asia with this significant acquisition in Japan. This complements the steady growth of Wyndham Vacation Clubs in the region, specifically Club Wyndham Asia and Club Wyndham South Pacific by adding 16 more locations across our portfolio of resorts. We look forward to building upon the achievements of Resort Frontier Co. Ltd and Sundance Resort Club.”

The 16 Japan-based resorts are all within a two-hour train ride from Tokyo. They are located near top-rated attractions including Yuzawa, Mt Fuju, the hot springs of Azul Kogen and Hakone, and the beaches of Onjuku.

Expanding into Japan brings Wyndham Vacation Clubs Asia Pacific selection of managed resorts to 69, with other properties in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Indonesia, Thailand, Hawaii, and Europe.

There are currently more than 71,000 Asia Pacific vacation club members that get to utilize the convenient point-based membership to travel the world and stay in spacious, condominium-style apartments with access to lavish resort amenities and services. Learn more about Wyndham Vacation Clubs on their website.