GD Hotels Company Overview
The Gran Dorado hotels were founded in 1980 and later bought by Landal GreenParks, which is a subsidiary of Wyndham Worldwide. There were 40 hotels that were merged with Landal's portfolio, which now consists of over 60 village in Germany, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland and Belgium. Landal was founded in 1954 and is headquartered in Groningen in the Netherlands. It employs over 2,500 people and has annual sales of 273 million Euros. The company website boasts having over 2 million guests per year that stay an average of 5 to 6 days.
GD Hotels Product Line Overview
The properties consist of holiday villages with chalets that are miniature houses. The rental prices include the cost of utilities, cleaning, children's cot and highchair, and access to the pool. Items that are an additional fee include the booking fee for the Landal Het Vennenbos and Landal De Lommerbergen properties, bed linen charge per stay and taxes.
Luxury accommodations are also available at certain properties and include multiple TV's, CD player, DVD player, full-kitchen and Jacuzzi. There are also pet friendly, family friendly, smoke free and asthma friendly chalets available. The company also has facilities for large family reunions or business events.
Landal features various discount packages, as well as special pricing for large groups.
GD Hotels Locations
The GD hotels are available throughout Eastern and Northern Europe in 6 countries. There are 45 properties in the Netherlands and 7 properties in Germany. They have over 11,000 bungalows for rental.
For more information, visit www.landal.com