Ramada Phuket Deevana opens in Thailand

Wyndham Hotel Group opened the 206-room Ramada Phuket Deevana in Thailand’s Patong Beach. The property – which is owned by Deevana Hotels and Resorts – has Deluxe rooms, Premier rooms and Junior suites, all with private balconies. 

The resort joins four additional Ramada properties currently open and operating in Thailand. The opening of Ramada Phuket Deevana also follows the opening of Wyndham’s first mixed-use property in Asia, Wyndham Sea Pearl Resort Phuket, which accommodates hotel guests as well as timeshare owners through Club Wyndham Asia.

Ramada Phuket Deevana has a third-floor swimming pool, a fitness center, a kids’ club, a restaurant and the Orientala Wellness Spa.

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Ramada has a global portfolio of nearly 840 properties in approximately 60 countries. The Hotel Group recently announced signings for Ramada properties in Broome, Australia and Auckland, New Zealand; agreements for 17 new Ramada properties in South Korea scheduled to open by 2018; and plans for eight new Ramada properties in China to open by the end of 2017.

Throughout South East Asia and the Pacific Rim, Wyndham Hotel Group has more than 60 hotels open and operating under its Ramada, Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Days Inn, TRYP by Wyndham and Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham brands. More than 60 properties are currently under development in the region.

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