Hawthorn Suites brand debuts in the Middle East

Wyndham Hotel Group, part of Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, signed the Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Dubai, the first hotel to fly the group's extended stay Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham brand flag in the Middle East.

The 188-room property, which is located in the heart of the Jumeirah Beach Residence in Dubai, is owned by R Hotels, the hotels and hotel management subsidiary of R Holding, based in Ajman. The property includes studio apartments, one- and two-bedroom suites and a penthouse with panoramic views of both the sea and Dubai Marina. In addition to in-room kitchenettes, an all-day dining restaurant with inside and outside seating, a coffee shop and 24-hour room service are available.

Guests at the hotel will also enjoy wireless Internet access, an outdoor swimming pool, separate male and female spa areas, gym and meeting rooms, as well as having the benefit of free parking.

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Guests staying at the Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Dubai who are members of Wyndham Rewards, Wyndham Hotel Group's guest loyalty program, can earn points during their stay. Points may be redeemed for a variety of reward options including free hotel stays, air travel, and gift cards for retailers and restaurants.

The introduction of the Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham brand comes months after the group announced plans to introduce both the company's upper-upscale, namesake Wyndham Hotels and Resorts brand and its cosmopolitan TRYP by Wyndham brand to the region over the next few years. The opening adds to the 36 hotels that are currently open and operating under four Wyndham Hotel Group brands across the Middle East.

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