Wyndham Garden takes root in Christchurch

Wyndham Garden Christchurch Kilmore Street marks 16th hotel for the group in New Zealand.

The 96-key Wyndham Garden Christchurch Kilmore Street is tailored for both long- and short-term travellers.
The 96-key Wyndham Garden Christchurch Kilmore Street is tailored for both long- and short-term travellers.

The Wyndham Garden brand has expanded its portfolio with its new Christchurch Kilmore Street 96-key property, created in partnership with Marsden Group and Clearwater Construction. Located in the heart of Christchurch and within walking distance to the Christchurch Convention Centre, the hotel’s central location makes it ideal for both business and leisure travellers.

The property’s configuration includes 60 self-contained units complete with a kitchenette, washing machine, clothes dryer and interconnecting spaces that will appeal to long- or short-term travellers. Guest facilities on-site include a fitness centre, a café-style restaurant utilising free-range local produce, and a conference room.

Matt Holmes, Head of Development, South East Asia and Pacific Rim, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts said Christchurch’s continued urban regeneration makes it an ideal location that will attract domestic travellers.

“The Wyndham Garden Christchurch Kilmore Street enables guests to discover all that Christchurch is renowned for. We look forward to working with Marsden to drive value to our portfolio of hotels in New Zealand,” he said.

Meanwhile Marsden Group Director, Michael Osborne said, “Wyndham Garden Christchurch Kilmore Street is our 9th hotel in our management portfolio in collaboration with Wyndham.” The ongoing partnership with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts will continue to drive the success of Marsden hotels as tourism, he added.

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is the world’s largest hotel franchising company and leading provider of hotel management services with approximately 9,000 hotels worldwide. The opening of Wyndham Garden Christchurch Kilmore Street marks its 16th hotel in New Zealand.

Source: Travel Weekly Asia



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