Ramada Plaza Dua Sentral Kuala Lumpur launched

Wyndham Hotel Group, part of the Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, announced the expansion of its Ramada brand in Malaysia with the opening of the 357-room Ramada Plaza Dua Sentral Kuala Lumpur, the brand's second location in the country.

The property increases the Ramada brand's portfolio of more than 30 hotels throughout South East Asia and the Pacific Rim.  Recent additions included Australia and New Zealand in 2014. Throughout the region, Wyndham Hotel Group currently has nearly 60 hotels open and operating under its Ramada, Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Days Inn, TRYP by Wyndham and Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham brands.

Managed by Wyndham Hotel Group's management company, Ramada Plaza Dua Sentral Kuala Lumpur offers a range of dining options from the Grill 582, Kembali Kitchen, Hugo's On 6 and the Punch Bar & Lounge; 10 meeting rooms, all of which have natural lighting; the on-site Avana Spa; children's pool; and a fitness center with an infinity pool.

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The 33-story hotel is a 50-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and is located steps from the city's shopping, entertainment and attractions. It is also a short walk from Kuala Lumpur's integrated rail transportation center and enjoys close proximity to the city's main business and tourist hub.

Trinidad Dua Sentral SDN BHD partnered with Wyndham Hotel Group for the property.

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