Developed in Partnership with Hawkeye Hotels and HOS Management, TRYP by Wyndham Savannah Opens

USA, Savannah, Georgia. March 26, 2019

TRYP by Wyndham, the urban, lifestyle hotel brand of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, has opened its newest hotel and ninth U.S. destination in historic Savannah, Georgia.

Developed in partnership with Hawkeye Hotels and HOS Management, TRYP by Wyndham Savannah is the latest hotel to join the growing brand adding a coveted destination to its portfolio of locations in emerging cities around the world. It joins the expanding list of up-and-coming travel destinations for the brand, including a recent opening in Newark, N.J.and an upcoming opening this spring in Pittsburgh, Penn.

TRYP by Wyndham hotels celebrate the spirit of the urban traveler in the heart of the world's most alluring cities. Savannah, the oldest city in the state of Georgia, is a rising tourism hub recently listed as one of Conde Nast Traveler's "Best U.S. Small Cities" and one of Travel + Leisure's "Top U.S. Cities" in 2018. The city is also one of American Express Travel's top trending U.S. travel destinations for 2019 boasting a 96 percent year-over-year increase in bookings among card members.

TRYP by Wyndham hotels are infused with local spirit allowing guests to uncover each destination's individual culture. The new TRYP by Wyndham Savannah is situated in the heart of the Savannah Historic District steps from popular restaurants, museums, and shopping—including the famous City Market, a sprawling outdoor marketplace. The exterior of the building was designed in accordance with the Historic Review Board's strict guidelines to preserve the historic fabric of the landmark historic district.

Inside the hotel, guests can enjoy modern rooms with city-inspired decor and amenities including an indoor saltwater pool and onsite fitness center. The hotel's bar and restaurant, Kitchen 320, offers classic American small plates and delicious craft cocktails.

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