Wyndham Hotels 72-Hour Sale Nov 17 – 20

Wyndham Hotels and Resorts have a 72-hour sale for a few select properties across the U.S. and even Panama with some hotels up to 50% off.

I found great rates for the Wyndham Orange County Costa Mesa at $69 per night next week using this 72-hour sale. The rate for a suite is $119 per night using this 72-hour rate sale, but drops to only $83 per night for a 3-night stay in a suite.

Eligible travel dates using these rates vary by property. Wyndham Orange County allows Nov 17 – January 9. Milwaukee Wisconsin is valid for travel dates through June 1, 2011.

Save 50% in Glen Allen, Virginia

Wyndham Virginia Crossings Hotel & Conference Center  From $49 / night

Save 50% in Costa Mesa, California

Wyndham Orange County  From $69 / night

Save 45% in Indianapolis, Indiana

Wyndham Indianapolis West  From $59 / night

Save 40% in Irving, Texas

Wyndham Las Colinas From $62 / night 

Save 40% in Reunion, Florida 

Reunion Resort and Club Wyndham Grand Resort From $179 / night

Save 40% in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Wyndham Milwaukee Airport and Convention Center
From $78 / night

Save 35% in Panama City, Panama

Veneto – A Wyndham Grand Hotel From $98 / night

Save 30% in Lake Buena Vista, Florida 

Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Resort From $62 / night

Save 25% in Nashville, Tennessee 

Union Station – A Wyndham Grand Hotel From $156 / night

Save 25% in St. Louis, Missouri 

The Roberts Mayfair – A Wyndham Historic Hotel
From $75 / night

Save 25% in San Francisco, California

Parc 55 Wyndham San Francisco – Union Square

From $179 / night

The $179 San Francisco rate does not impress me for the Parc 55 unless you get that rate during a regular business weekday. Weekend rates will typically be lower than that in San Francisco.

Related Link:

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined in 2008.

More articles by Ric Garrido »