Apr082019

List of 30,000 points Wyndham Rewards hotels

On April 3, 2019 Wyndham Rewards restructured their hotel rewards program to a three tier model for hotel reward nights using points.

  • High Tier Go Free 30,000 points;  Go Fast 6,000 points + 70% Best Flexible rate
  • Medium Tier Go Free 15,000 points;  Go Fast 3,000 points + 70% Best Flexible rate
  • Low Tier Go Free 7,500 points;  Go Fast 1,500 points + 70% Best Flexible rate
  • Wyndham Rewards = 8,735 hotels worldwide.
  • Wyndham Rewards 30,000 points hotels = 167 hotels.
  • Wyndham Rewards 15,000 points hotels = 6,079 hotels.
  • Wyndham Rewards 7,500 points hotels = 2,461 hotels.

This post lists 167 hotels included in 30,000 points reward night level as a historical record for  properties at the highest points level. There were only 164 hotels when I compiled a list three days ago on April 5. Two more hotels in Florida and one in Puerto Rico were added.

Wyndham Rewards hotel locations.

The numbers do not add up for the total Wyndham Rewards hotels worldwide listed (8,735) on the locations page and the number associated with the three different price points (167+6,079+2,461 = 8,707). I did not bother to make an actual count.

The saying, “If you build it, they will come.” applies to hotel loyalty programs in that once a new high category level is established, then over time more hotels will be moved to that new category.

 

EUROPE
France

Saint Cyr Sur Mer

 

Germany

Muenster

Munich

 

Greece

Athens

Loutraki

 

Switzerland

Basel

Locarno

Solothurn

 

Turkey

Istanbul

 

Canada

Alberta

Conklin

Grassland

Ontario

Toronto

 

Mexico

Playa del Carmen

 

United States

Arizona

Tucson

Williams

 

California

Alameda

Anaheim

Dublin

Fremont

Fresno

Livermore

Los Angeles

Millbrae

Morgan Hill

Mountain View

Napa

Napa Valley

Paso Robles

S. San Francisco

San Diego

San Jose

Santa Barbara

Santa Monica

Stevenson Ranch

Ventura

West Hollywood

 

Colorado

Aspen

Colorado Springs

 

Connecticut

Pawcatuck

 

Florida

Bay Harbor Islands

Clearwater

Cocoa Beach

Deerfield Beach

Fort Myers Beach

Fort Walton Beach

Jupiter

Kissimmee

Lake Buena Vista

Orlando

St Augustine

 

Idaho

Coeur DAlene

 

Illinois

Chicago

 

Indiana

Indianapolis

 

Kentucky

Louisville

 

Louisiana

New Orleans

 

Maine

Portland

 

Maryland

Ocean City

Queenstown

 

Massachusetts

Boston

Somerville

 

Michigan

Iron Mountain

Midland

 

Montana

Bozeman

 

Nevada

Las Vegas

Stateline

 

New Jersey

Atlantic City

Florham Park

 

New Mexico

Artesia

Carlsbad

Hobbs

New York

Bronx

Brooklyn

Buffalo

Ellicottville

Far Rockaway

Flushing

Garden City

Lake George

Long Island City

New York City

Rego Park

 

North Carolina

Morehead City

 

Ohio

Cincinnati

 

Oregon

Bend

 

Pennsylvania

Boalsburg

Philadelphia

Pittsburgh

 

Puerto Rico

Carolina

 

South Carolina

Charleston

 

Tennessee

Memphis

 

Texas

Corpus Christi

Galveston

Houston

Midland

Monahans

Odessa

Pecos

Rockport

San Antonio

South Padre Island

 

Utah

Moab

Springdale

 

Virginia

Virginia Beach

Williamsburg

Winchester

 

Washington

Auburn

Kirkland

Seattle

 

Wyoming

Cody

 

ASIA

China

Foshan

Hangzhou

Shenzhen

 

AUSTRALIA & THE PACIFIC RIM

Australia

Broome

Coffs Harbour

Melbourne

Surfers Paradise

West Perth

 

CARIBBEAN

Bahamas

Freeport

 

Cayman Islands

East End

 

Dominican Republic

Bahia de Coson

Cabarete

La Romana

Puerto Plata

 

Puerto Rico

Rio Grande

 

MIDDLE EAST

Bahrain

Manama

 

Qatar

Doha

 

United Arab Emirates

Dubai

 

SOUTH AMERICA

Argentina

Tigre

 

Brazil

Belo Horizonte

 

Ecuador

Manta

 

The Mills House, Charleston, South Carolina

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 BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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  1. Hmm. What’s very interesting to me is that the Ramada Resort by Wyndham Port Vila, in the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, isn’t among those. If I search in the hotel’s website, I still see awards available for 15,000 per night, including the rooms with a king and two sofa beds. All rooms at this hotel usually seem to start at $300 per night, so I felt sure that they would be going up to 30,000.

    The bizarre part is that if I search Vanuatu in the main WyndhamRewards site, it pulls up nothing.

  2. Just used 4 nights at the Viva Playa del Carmen all inclusive for the 15k rate. Not 5 star, but not awful either. And a big beautiful beach with plenty of shade and lounge chairs for those that want that (me!). So sad this deal is gone for the Viva all inclusive resorts. At 30k points it is not nearly as good of a deal.

  3. Worked on an analysis this morning of my 85 hotel nights in 2018 to develop into articles on the value of hotel points in different programs.

    Hilton Honors (10 nights), Radisson Rewards (7 nights) and Wyndham Rewards (7 nights) cut the value I found in 2018 by at least 50% for the same hotels in 2019. Those reward nights accounted for 24 nights in 2018.

    Significant program devaluations in 2018/2019.

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