All Club Wyndham service departments will be closed, Thursday, Nov. 26 in observance of Thanksgiving. The Vacation Planning Center will not be available, but you can continue booking vacations online.
Cook Your Way — Even on Vacation
Traveling doesn’t mean missing out on home-cooked meals. Many Club Wyndham resorts are equipped with full kitchens and stocked with the essentials for making wholesome and delicious eats. Even on vacation you can sit together, at a real dining room table, and share a delicious dinner.
Cooking in your suite is an economical way to feed your group, so you can keep that extra cash for other adventures. An expensive, rushed dinner in a restaurant just doesn’t compare. Start the oven and gather your favorite people for a proper meal and good conversation.
Get a taste of the region. Visit farmers markets to stock your kitchen with local flavors. Grab Vermont maple syrup for your pancakes, real Wisconsin cheese for your sandwiches, or foraged California mushrooms for a stir-fry.
Stop at an orchard to pick your own fruit for a pie. Head downtown to find freshly roasted coffee beans for your morning cup of joe. Peruse a quaint wine shop for the perfect bottle of regional wine — no corkage fee required when you pop it open back in your suite, stocked with wine glasses!
Start up the fireplace on a snowy day and simmer a cozy stew on the stove. Roll out of bed to whip up breakfast with local eggs, fresh-baked bread, and farm-raised bacon. The culinary options are nearly endless when you choose a resort with a full kitchen and everything you need to play with your food.