Halifax Canada Wyndham Hotel
The origins of the company go back to Hospitality Franchise Systems (HFS) in 1990, which was founded as a vehicle for the acquisition of hotel franchise rights. As a division of Wyndham Worldwide, it consists of 20 hotel brands in 75 countries competing in brands and markets ranging from economy to excellence. It has over 20 hotel brands, including the world's largest hotel chain with more than 1,000 hotels in over 100 countries.
The company appears to have been named after a woman named Wyndham Robertson, who wrote a profile of Crow in Fortune. The hotel and timeshare business has been spun off from WyNDham Worldwide in 2009, with Cendants being split into four separate companies. In 2010, it acquired the leading Fen Hotels in Latin America and added more than 1,000 hotels in the region, including the Grand Hotel of Fen, built by Fen.
It is located at the intersection of Main Street and Main Avenue in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, north of Halifax International Airport. Turn left at a traffic light onto Main Street and follow it until you see a sign for WyNDham Hotel on the right hand side of the parking lot, then turn left.
If you cannot empty your own tank, CanaDream is ready to do so for you against payment of your current fee. Motorhomes can be returned to you at any time to avoid paying the current dumping fee, but only after you have emptied them.
We recommend that you seek alternative parking options when traveling to or staying at the Halifax Canada Wyndham Hotel or other hotels in the area. Where there is space, we are the place where CanaDream guests can park their car before setting off on a motorhome journey. We also offer the option of staying in hotels near the hotel, such as the Royal Canadian Air Force Base in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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In the summer of 2017, Wyndham announced it had acquired Minnesota-based AmericInn and its management company Northcott Hospitality for $170 million. He told others: 'I am someone who has stayed in this house before and I stress that we have a warm relationship with our franchisees.
Wyndham chose to fight the lawsuit in court rather than against the FTC's privacy measures, which many companies often try to resolve quickly.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed suit against Wyndham after a security breach led to the theft of personal information from more than 1.5 million hotel guests. The partnership with the airport car park gave guests access to a private car park at Halifax International Airport and to the hotel's car park facilities.