Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific June 2019
Wyndham Denarau Island Recognised on TripAdvisor Hall of Fame
One of Fiji’s most highly rated resorts has been inducted to the TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame.
The Certificate of Excellence award celebrates hospitality excellence worldwide and is awarded to accommodation, restaurants and attractions listed on TripAdvisor that consistently achieve outstanding traveller reviews on the site.
The Hall of Fame was created to honour those businesses that have earned a Certificate of
Excellence for five consecutive years. Wyndham Denarau Island has received consistently positive feedback from WorldMark South Pacific Club owners for its spacious apartments, prime location and welcoming, customer-focused staff. Club members can choose from stylishly appointed two and three-bedroom deluxe apartments along with Grand and Presidential suites.
The resort was also recently named Fiji’s Best Deluxe Accommodation at the 2019 ANZ Fiji Excellence in Tourism Awards.
Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific Boosts Sustainability Efforts
Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific is demonstrating its commitment to the environment through a partnership with the City of Gold Coast in a food waste recycling trial, which enables businesses to remove food scraps from general waste to be turned into certified organic compost.
Wyndham Surfers Paradise, together with restaurant tenants in the same building, have volunteered their support of the program, and in the first quarter of participation have created 2.5 tonnes of usable compost that would have otherwise gone to landfill.
Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific, which manages 34 hotels and resorts across Asia Pacific, and has offices in eight Asia Pacific countries, has slashed its use of plastics and upped its emphasis on environmentally friendly technologies and best practices.
Reusable coffee cups are now sold at Wyndham’s Gold Coast café, Canteen Social, and the business has also switched to BioPak plant based cutlery and packaging. Battery and soft plastic recycling stations are also being installed in trials across the company’s resorts and sites.