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RESORT NEWS | DECEMBER 15, 2020
The Best Is Yet To Come
The holidays are here. The New Year is ahead. And the future looks brighter than ever. We wish you the happiest of holidays, from our Club Wyndham family to yours.
This moment is special for one other reason. It’s finally time to say goodbye to 2020 and hello to 2021 vacations. So, gather the family. Round up your friends. Shout it from the rooftops (vacations are that exciting). Get ready to plan new adventures, make way for more fun, and go make precious memories — because the best is in 3. 2. 1.
1. Happy Planning
There’s nothing like planning a vacation to put a little joy in your step. Expect ear-to-ear grins as you and your family explore the destination possibilities and the bucket list experiences they bring. Beach, mountain, and national park vacations are all on-trend for 2021. Take a closer look at Club Wyndham Panama City Beach in Florida, Club Wyndham Park City in Utah, or Club Wyndham Smoky Mountains in Tennessee. Or, let the most current resort discounts throw the dart on the map for you. You decide.
2. Merry Booking
Make your spirits bright by getting your vacation on the books. Calculate your points and see where you shake out — borrow, deposit, or just right. Check your naughty and nice lists to see who will be joining you. Then check it twice before clicking that book button. In that moment, you’ll feel it — “finally.” All that’s left is to count down the days in anticipation. There’s probably an advent calendar for that.
3. Cheers To Vacation
It’s time to jingle all the way to vacay. Your bags are packed up tight and wrapped with a bow. The cookies have been stashed in your travel bag. And everyone’s dressed to the nines with Hawaiian shirts and trusty fanny packs — so it must be time to go. Whether you drive, fly, or even hop on a train, enjoy the present. It’s a gift.