In pictures: Wyndham Grand Algarve opens

In the Quinta do Lago golf resort, the new hotel offers lots of event space and a range of nearby sports activities.

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Wyndham Grand Algarve has opened in the renowned leisure and golf destination Quinta do Lago.

The hotel is located in the Ria Formosa Natural Park, close to Quinta do Lago beach and just 25 minutes from Faro Airport. The hotel also offers VIP airport transfers. 

The property features 132 suites with balconies or terraces and offers various dining options, a spa, fitness centre and indoor and outdoor pools. 

Six golf courses are nearby, as is Quinta do Lago’s sports campus, which offers tennis, swimming, football and more. 

Event spaces include five versatile rooms for up to 400 guests and outdoor areas ideal for business gatherings and receptions. 

Dimitris Manikis, president & managing director for EMEA, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, said: “With over 20 million overnight stays recorded in the first eleven months of 2019 alone, the Algarve continues to attract more travellers and we are delighted to expand our collection in Portugal’s southernmost region.”

Helder Santos, CEO of Dynamic Hotels, added: “The demand for quality accommodation and meeting space in the Algarve is continuing to grow, and working with the world’s largest hotel franchising company will further strengthen our position in the market and help us attract even more international guests.”

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