Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has unveiled results from a new consumer study, indicating strong interest in all-inclusive resorts from travelers. The survey shows that 75% of travelers believe the best way to travel is to book an all-inclusive trip and 77% believe that an all-inclusive vacation is the least stressful way to travel.

Travel plans are shifting with workers' newfound remote work flexibility. Based on the data, 65% of working travelers plan to take a working vacation in 2022, and among these respondents, all-inclusive resorts were the top desired destination.

Last fall, Wyndham announced a strategic alliance with Playa Hotels & Resorts, and unveiled a new all-inclusive resort brand, Wyndham Alltra, which offers upscale food and beverages, services, amenities, and activities.

According to the study, the top five things travelers look for when planning a vacation included:

  • All-inclusive packages – 44%
  • Beach access – 44%
  • High-quality restaurants – 44%
  • Local culture – 43%
  • Excursions / activities – 43%
The new Alltra resorts provide guests with the opportunity to experience all 5 of the top vacation experiences. Families, in particular, are attracted to this hotel product offering, with two-thirds of parents surveyed citing interest in booking an all-inclusive vacation. 

"With an increase in daily work and family stress in the past two years, we're seeing demand for simple, stress-free vacations," says Scott LePage, President, Americas at Wyndham Hotels & Resorts. "Our Wyndham Alltra resorts are perfectly suited to deliver a top-notch experience for travelers looking for a seamless beach getaway."

Wyndham Alltra provides an opportunity for hotel developers, owners, and investors to welcome new customers to all-inclusive hotels with support from Wyndham. The brand invites hoteliers to take advantage of Wyndham's scale, distribution, services and loyalty program through this new all-inclusive brand.

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