Wyndham Grand Xian South is situated at the key position of the prestigious tourism site ‘Great Tang All Day Mall’ in Xi'an, just minutes away from Dayan Pagoda, international shopping centers, business pedestrian street and many famous historic heritage sites. The hotel is only 5 minutes driving from Xi'an International Conference Center and Qu Jiang International Conference & Exhibition Center. Wyndham Grand is the top brand of the Wyndham family, and Wyndham Grand Xian South is the first luxury hotel under direct management of Wyndham Group in China.
Apart from the ideal location, Wyndham Grand Xian South is designed with both contemporary style and traditional Chinese architectural influence. 565 spacious, elegant and comfortable guest rooms and suites. The hotel brings 5-star dining experiences to a high level of creativity, presenting cuisines from around the world, as well as local favorites at the astonishing restaurants and bars. The hotel also provides an elegant setting for hosting high-level meetings and upscale private events. The versatility of our meeting and function rooms makes event planning an enjoyable experience at Wyndham Grand Xian South.
Wyndham Hotel Group offers brands in lodging franchising, vacation ownership, vacation rentals and vacation exchange. It is composed of nearly 7,400 hotels under 15 brands spanning 66 countries and 6 continents, competing in brand markets ranging from economy to upscale. Wyndham Worldwide is headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey and has more than 4,000 employees around the world. Lodging management services are provided to upscale properties through Wyndham Hotel Management. In early 2008, Global Hyatt Corporation announced that the Wyndham Worldwide Group would purchase US Franchise Systems, Inc., owner of the Microtel and Hawthorn Suites brands, for $150 million. The transaction closed July 21, 2008. US Franchise Systems had previously sold the America's Best Inn (formerly Best Inns) chain to the Country Hearth Inns chain in 2005. That holding company is now known as America's Best Franchising Inc. Wyndham bought the Wisconsin-based Exel Inn chain in 2008, and converted all 22 of its properties to Wyndham brands. In 2010, Wyndham Worldwide acquired the Tryp hotel brand from Sol Meliá Hotels & Resorts of Spain. The brand, subsequently renamed Tryp by Wyndham, is positioned as a "select-service, midmarket" brand representing approximately 13,000 rooms and caters to business and leisure travelers in cosmopolitan cities including Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, Lisbon, New York, Frankfurt, Montevideo, Buenos Aires, S?o Paulo, Istanbul, etc.