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Wyndham Garden Christchurch Kilmore Street features 96 keys.

Wyndham Hotels and Resorts has opened the doors to its second hotel in Christchurch and second in the country under its Wyndham Garden brand in New Zealand.

Wyndham Garden Christchurch Kilmore Street joins Ramada Suites by Wyndham in New Zealand’s Garden City, with the newest opening taking Wyndham’s overall portfolio in the country to 16.

Opened under a franchise agreement with the Marsden Group, the new hotel features 96 rooms, of which 60 are configured in apartment-style and include a kitchenette, washing machine and clothes dryer for self-contained living. Guest facilities on-site include a fitness centre, conference room and café-style restaurant serving breakfast and lunch utilising free-range local produce.

Wyndham Garden sprouts Christchurch
The new Wyndham Garden Christchurch features Spire Cafe, serving local produce.

The property is also located close to a variety of the city’s restaurants and attractions including the new Christchurch Convention Centre, the Avon River and the city’s famed Cardboard Cathedral.

Wyndham Hotels and Resorts Head of Development, South East Asia and Pacific Rim, Matt Holmes, said he was delighted to see the opening of the Wyndham Garden brand in Christchurch.

“The Wyndham Garden Christchurch Kilmore Street enjoys an exceptional location that is right in the heart of the city, enabling guests to discover all that Christchurch is renowned for,” Holmes said.

Wyndham Garden sprouts Christchurch
The new Wyndham Garden is the brand’s second location in New Zealand, alongside Queenstown.

“We look forward to working with Marsden to drive value to our portfolio of hotels in New Zealand, and in creating an exceptional experience for our guests as they start to travel again.”

Wyndham Garden Christchurch Kilmore Street is the ninth hotel managed by the company in the Marsden portfolio, said Group Director, Michael Osborne.

“Our ongoing partnership with Wyndham Hotels and Resorts will continue to drive the success of our hotels as tourism recovers and we hope to roll-out more hotels across New Zealand in the coming years,” Osborne said.