Burgess Hotel Trademark Collection by Wyndham a first in Atlanta

by | 10 Feb 2020 | Chains

A peek at the Burgess Hotel Trademark Collection by Wyndham in Atlanta. (Photo: Wyndham)

The Trademark Collection by Wyndham is forging ahead with its bold and brave plans for growth across the North American market.

Wyndham’s Trademark Collection is continuing is expansion across the United States with an exciting new offering in Atlanta.

The Burgess Hotel Trademark Collection by Wyndham is the first hotel under the brand’s umbrella in the city and promises not to disappoint.

We find out more.

Atlanta has been Trademarked

The Trademark Collection is forging ahead with its bold and brave plans for growth across the North American market, making significant strides into key destination cities in the US.

Located in Atlanta’s upmarket Buckhead neighbourhood, The Burgess Hotel is an iconic property that recently underwent a significant transformation to the tune of many millions of dollars.

Following the completion of the renovation works, The Burgess Hotel Trademark Collection by Wyndham now firmly falls in the upscale boutique category, offering a new experience to travellers who wish to have an unparalleled stay with unfettered access to Atlanta’s biggest attractions.

“Notable additions like The Burgess Hotel in top destinations like Atlanta underscore the very essence of what we look for in a Trademark Collection hotel – unmatched character, charm, and individuality which draw in everyday travellers seeking authentic experiences,” said Greg Giordano, brand leader for Trademark Collection at Wyndham Hotels & Resorts.

Trademark Collection among world’s fastest-growing soft brands

The Atlanta property will be joined by several other Trademark Collection hotels in key US destinations including California, Georgia, Florida, Wisconsin and Minnesota, following on from a number of properties that opened in 2019 in Mexico, Belize and Canada.

“The brand’s rapid development since its inception both here in the U.S. and abroad demonstrates its strong appeal as one of the most compelling soft-branded offerings for independent hoteliers. These landmark destinations are now backed by a leading hospitality name in Wyndham, as well as an ardent team keen on driving more travellers through hotel owners’ doors,” continued Giordano.

The Atlanta hotel will boast 102 bespoke guest rooms, a quaint courtyard which also contains a swimming pool, a bar, restaurant and ample meeting and conference facilities.



Just as no two travelers are alike – Trademark Collection hotels are just as distinctive.


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