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Wyndham Bonnet Creek Resort Named a Top 10 Resort in Orlando

Wyndham Worldwide is No. 24 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list


Wyndham Bonnet Creek Resorthas once again made the prestigious list of Top Resorts in Orlando as rated by readers ofCond NastTravelermagazine, and this year marks the resort’s highest ranking ever.

Just in time for the holidays, gift-givers can get 20 percent off the award-winning Wyndham Bonnet Creek Resort by booking their vacation throughWyndhamExtra Holidays, a subsidiary ofWyndham Vacation Ownership, the world’s largest vacation ownership company and member of the Wyndham Worldwide family of companies (NYSE: WYN).

In the “Top Resorts in Orlando: Readers’ Choice Awards 2017” list, Wyndham Bonnet Creek Resort is ranked number six in the annual rankings.

“Wyndham Bonnet Creek is one of our most popular resorts, which is verified by the readers ofCond Nast Traveler,” said Paul Carney, senior vice president with Wyndham Extra Holidays. “We’re proud to share the opportunity for everyone to experience this remarkable vacation destination. We deliver great vacations in great locations that bring families together, and there is no better gift than time spent with loved ones.”

With 50 amazing resorts to choose from, this year’s Holiday Sale helps smart shoppers give the gift of vacations with an incredible selection of locations across the U.S. and Canada. Resort suites in destinations including Napa Valley wine country, the mountains of Steamboat Springs, beachfront in Daytona Beach, or at the center of attractions in Orlando gives families the best locations to explore this winter.

Wyndham Extra Holidays invites travelers to book a spectacular getaway with special travel deals of up to 30 percent off at more than 50 resort destinations across the U.S. and Canada during the Holiday Sale available atExtraHolidays.com/Holiday.

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