Ramada Resort by Wyndham Phillip Island Has Completed Its $7.5 Million Renovations

Ramada Resort by Wyndham Phillip Island has just announced the completion of its $7.5 million refurbishment and improvements project. Guests will be welcomed back to enjoy the property’s changes which include new accommodation options, a new restaurant and bar, as well as new resort activities.

Construction for this multi-million dollar project began in 2019 and has included upgrades to its existing 137 villas, new Deluxe and Grand villa options, and a complete redesign and rebrand of its on-site restaurant. Now named Flametrees, the eatery offers an extensive menu, wine lists, a cocktail bar, and the option of fireside dining.

Wyndham Phillip Island’s General Manager Michael Amour stated:

“Guests and Club Wyndham members are enjoying a whole new level of resort experiences, services and amenities. These include refined culinary experiences, enhanced digital services, family activities and upgraded accommodation.”

Loved by visitors for its location on stunning Phillip Island in southern Australia, Wyndham Phillip Island has fully reopened its doors and has guests enjoying its 65-acre property and new on-site activities. Families will enjoy the outdoor cinema, jumping castle available during school holidays, trivia nights, bingo nights, kite flying competitions, and scavenger hunts.

The resort has even converted one of its walking trails into a mini grand prix track to utilize its new pedal karts, which is an ode to the island’s own Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit.

Existing on-site amenities include two outdoor swimming pools, a sauna, a gym, an indoor and outdoor spa, a children’s pool, a playground, a game room, three tennis courts, and electric bikes.

Amour added:

“We are currently open to regional Victoria and cannot wait to welcome back more holidaymakers to our ‘new look’ Ramada Resort by Wyndham Phillip Island. We have stringent hygiene practices in place and offer spacious villa accommodation and plenty of wide-open air space, making it easy to enjoy a wonderful resort stay while also social distancing. Phillip Island has so much to offer as a holiday destination, and here at the resort, we pride ourselves on delivering exceptional and memorable guest experiences.”

Focusing on sustainability, Ramada Resort by Wyndham Phillip Island has made changes to its offerings and its practices to reflect just that. Guests can enjoy workshops where they can create nesting boxes for native wildlife and the property now includes signage where guests can learn about native plants and species. Additionally, the resort has replaced its petrol vans with electric carts, and all furniture replaced during the renovation was donated to local charities.

To learn more about Ramada Resort by Wyndham Phillip Island or about Club Wyndham South Pacific, please visit their official website.