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What are Wyndham timeshare resorts?

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Club Wyndham is Wyndham Worldwide's timeshare ownership program. Its target demographic is families seeking resort vacations, and they have resorts in North America, the Caribbean and the South Pacific, as of March 2015.

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Club Wyndham uses a points system, in which owners purchase points that can be used throughout the resort network. Different types and sizes of rooms can be selected at each resort, but booking is subject to availability. Owners are not guaranteed occupancy at any particular resort at any given time.

Wyndham owners can also visit RCI resort properties, which brings the current total of resorts available worldwide to over 4,000. Wyndham directly operates 150 resorts under the Club Wyndham name. Most of Wyndham's resort properties are under the WorldMark name, but they also have two Vacation Internationale properties in Mexico and one in Idaho.

They also operate the Alyeska Prince Hotel and Resort in Alaska and 12 Wyndham Vacation Resorts properties throughout Australia and the South Pacific. WorldMark resorts can be found in 18 states in the United States, mostly in popular tourist destinations such as Hawaii and Las Vegas. These getaways can also be found internationally in Australia, Canada, the Caribbean, Fiji and Mexico, as well as a number of small islands in the South Pacific.

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