Road trips are hot this year. Where are you headed?
Once you’ve settled on your destination(s), mapped out sights and activities and prepped the car, you need somewhere comfortable to stay.
With more than 6,500 hotels in North America, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts can accommodate your travel needs. Plus, AAA members save 10% or more on their hotel stay and enjoy flexible booking, elevated health and safety protocols, mobile check-in and checkout, and free Wi-Fi.
Consider staying at one of these popular locations.
Wyndham Newport Hotel, R.I.
Your waterfront retreat near Newport.
Perfect if you’re looking for: An amenity-rich Middletown hotel with premier event spaces and a pool.
Enjoy an idyllic New England escape at the Wyndham Newport Hotel, offering modern accommodations, exceptional amenities and spectacular water views. Situated in picturesque Middletown, this contemporary hotel is just three miles from downtown Newport, reachable via convenient shuttle. Top attractions such as the Newport mansions, Newport Cliff Walk and International Tennis Hall of Fame® are just minutes away. Take a relaxing dip in the heated indoor pool, stay committed to your workout routine in the state-of-the-art fitness center and indulge in fresh seafood at the on-site restaurant and bar. Spacious guest rooms and suites are appointed with king-size beds, free Wi-Fi and other thoughtful conveniences.
TRYP by Wyndham New York City Times Square South, N.Y.
A stylish stay in New York City.
Perfect if you’re looking for: Modern décor and amenities in the heart of Times Square.
Soaring ceilings and eclectic décor welcome you to lively Midtown at TRYP by Wyndham Times Square South. Easily reachable from LaGuardia (LGA), Newark Liberty (EWR) and John F. Kennedy (JFK) airports, this urban hotel puts the lights of Broadway, Madison Square Garden, Lincoln Center and the Empire State Building within reach. After a busy day exploring the city, take advantage of amenities including a unique social hub, tapas restaurant, rooftop terrace with stunning city views, 24/7 gym, virtual business center and polished meeting space.
Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill, Mass.
A beacon of hospitality.
Perfect if you’re looking for: A tranquil retreat in Boston’s bustling West End.
Whether you’re in Boston for business or pleasure, this modern, non-smoking, high-rise hotel offers unique comfort and convenience in the heart of the city’s vibrant West End. Savor spectacular views of the waterfront from the sundeck, recharge in the fitness center and refuel at The Dean’s List full-service restaurant and bar. Explore Beacon Hill’s quaint gas-lit streets and old brick sidewalks steps from the door and enjoy being minutes away from the city’s top attractions, corporate offices, world-class hospitals and the Longfellow Bridge that crosses into Cambridge. It’s all right here.
TRYP by Wyndham Pittsburgh/Lawrenceville, Pa.
A Perfect Stay in Pittsburgh.
Perfect if you’re looking for: A vibrant hotel set in the city’s thriving entertainment district.
See what the bustle of Lawrenceville is all about with TRYP by Wyndham Pittsburgh/Lawrenceville as your starting point. The landmark Washington Vocational High School has been transformed into an inviting, amenity-rich, non-smoking hotel in the heart of Pittsburgh’s historic Lawrenceville neighborhood. Enjoy access to some of the city’s most exciting hotspots, including breweries and restaurants along the lively Butler Street and sports venues like PNC Park and Heinz Field. You’ll also be close to Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Pittsburgh and a variety of Fortune 500 company headquarters. Featured amenities include high-speed internet, a fitness center, on-site restaurant and express check out. It’s pet-friendly, too!
No matter where the road takes you this summer, you are never too far from a Wyndham. Save 10% or more on your next stay.
8 Thoughts on “Where to Stop and Stay on Your Summer Road Trip”
Funny that the headline appears to be generically for everyone, and doesn’t mention that the recommendations are all luxury, high-end hotels. And it doesn’t even mention the prices. Evidently if you have to ask, you can’t afford it.
Traveling from Long Island to North Carolina,, South Carolina and Florida
Traveling to Pittsburgh PA from orange NJ. Any ideas?
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Thanks for reading, and happy travels!
Question: Where is there a resort in New England for a family reunion that is all-inclusive. Need 3 bedrooms. for one week in the summer months.
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Thanks so much for reading, and enjoy your reunion!