Microtel Philippines to open TRYP by Wyndham property in Manila

Microtel Inns & Suites (Philippines) signed an agreement with Wyndham Hotel Group to bring in a new hotel brand to the Philippines – TRYP by Wyndham. TRYP by Wyndham has over 100 properties in such cities as Paris, Berlin, Barcelona, New York, São Paulo and Brisbane.

The TRYP by Wyndham property is scheduled to debut in 2016 at the Mall of Asia complex in Pasay City. The company’s first location is near the new Entertainment City casinos and yet within walking distance to corporate offices.

TRYP by Wyndham offers several specialty guestroom types, like Fitness Rooms complete with exercise equipment; the Samsung Experience room, which will offer high-tech multimedia; and Family Rooms, complete with bunk beds for young families traveling with children.

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As the Philippine master franchise holder of Microtel by Wyndham, Microtel Pilipinas plans to further expand in Coron, El Nido, Puerto Galera and Metro Manila, and build additional rooms in its existing Baguio property. Microtel by Wyndham has 13 properties in the country located in Acropolis QC, Baguio, Batangas, Boracay, Cabanatuan, Cavite, Davao, General Santos, Mall of Asia, Puerto Princesa, South Forbes (near Nuvali, Sta. Rosa Laguna), Tarlac and UP Technohub QC.

Both TRYP and Microtel are brands under the Wyndham Hotel Group, which has 7,650 properties and 661,000 rooms in 70 countries under 15 hotel brands. All Microtel by Wyndham hotels in the Philippines are managed by Microtel Development, the hospitality arm of the PHINMA Group.

PHOTO SHOWS THE FAMILY ROOM AT TRYP BY WYNDHAM NEW YORK CITY TIMES SQUARE - NEW YORK, NEW YORK

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