Wyndham Garden Paramaribo

Paramaribo Paradise Awaits

Stay at a UNESCO World Heritage Site and enjoy our onsite casino

An unforgettable blend of contemporary style in a historic setting can be found at our Wyndham Garden Paramaribo hotel, located in Suriname, on South America’s beautiful northern coast. Our UNESCO World Heritage Site is currently the tallest modern structure in Paramaribo and an architectural first for our city. We offer breathtaking views of the city center and the Suriname River, with access to government offices, business establishments, the shopping district, and entertainment venues, underscoring our appeal for business and leisure travelers alike.

Pool at the Wyndham Garden Paramaribo in Paramaribo, Other than US/Canada

Redefining Your Expectations

Cool off with a dip in our pool, relax in our sauna, and shop onsite for jewelry

From a well-equipped business center, to shopping onsite that includes jewelry shops, a tour operator, currency exchange, and sundries at our own Wyndham Garden Mini Market AWARA, your every need is addressed at our hotel. Try your luck at our onsite casino, marvel at views as you dine at our restaurant, and enjoy cocktails in our Lobby Bar. Leisure facilities include a fitness center, outdoor pool, sauna, and spa, while our non-smoking guest rooms offer supreme comfort with flat-screen TV, mini-bar, high-speed Internet access, and plush bedding. If you are here for an extended stay, book one of our deluxe rooms with kitchenette and separate living area, or upgrade to our Presidential Suite for ultimate luxury.

Cultural Awakenings

Visit spiritual houses of worship, dine on the waterfront, or shop for gold

Find many popular Paramaribo attractions just steps away from the Wyndham Garden Paramaribo hotel. Roll the dice at more than ten casinos within walking distance. Kids will love spending the day at the Paramaribo Zoo to see almost 300 animals live and up close. For the area's best plays, ballet performances and comedy shows, purchase tickets to a show at the historic Thalia Theatre or take a stroll through the Waterfront area. Travel back in time close by at the National Historic Museum Fort Zeelandia and see the latest exhibits about the history of Paramaribo. Great deals are waiting at Dominee, Jodenbree and Keizer Shopping Streets and then visit the world's biggest wooden Cathedral, Saint Petrus.