Wyndham Hotels and Resorts has launched its first Tryp and Wyndham branded hotels in the China-Taiwan region.

The openings of Tryp by Wyndham New Taipei Linkou, in partnership with Qingyu Property Co. Ltd, and Wyndham Sun Moon Lake, in partnership with Lijing Enterprise Co. Ltd, coincide with the rise in inbound traveller numbers.

According to the Taiwan Tourism Bureau, inbound arrivals are set to reach 6 million by the end of 2023.

TRYP by Wyndham New Taipei Linkou

“With the strong recovery of business and leisure travel across Asia Pacific, China-Taiwan continues to be a top destination for travellers from around the world – and we’re excited by the immense growth opportunity ahead of us,” said Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Senior Vice President & Chief Development Officer, Greater China, Bill Wang.

“By bringing two of our recognisable and trustworthy brands to the region, we’re fulfilling our mission of making hotel travel possible with options guests know and trust, while also bringing opportunity to owners who can capitalise on the strong demand in the region.”

Wyndham Sun Moon Lake

The new 85-key Tryp by Wyndham New Taipei Linkou features vibrant colourful design with a range of amenities including the Margarate Buffet Restaurant and Green Hills Japanese Cuisine and fully equipped meeting and conference rooms.

Located in the quaint Yuchi Township in the foothills of Taiwan’s Central Mountain Range, Wyndham Sun Moon Lake is removed from the hustle and bustle of the city and overlooks the emerald-green waters of Sun Moon Lake.

The 197-key hotel features a variety of room layouts, private hot spring pools, a state-of-the-art wellness centre, two restaurants, two bars, a fitness centre, pool, spa, children’s play area and an expansive banquet hall.