Wyndham announces 10 properties in India

Wyndham Hotel Group signed 10 properties in India.

There are currently 24 properties with approximately 2,587 rooms open under the Ramada, Wyndham Hotels and Resorts and Days Inn brands in India; and 33 properties with approximately 3,753 rooms under development. The addition of 10 new properties with 1,088 rooms will take the tally of properties operating under Wyndham Hotel Group brands to 43 with approximately 4,841 rooms.

The 10 properties, which will operate under the Ramada Encore and Howard Johnson brands, will be located in Gurgaon, Darjeeling, Greater Noida, Jaisalmer, Pali, Lonere, Dharmapuri, Bangalore, Chennai and Trivandrum. All of the hotels are expected to be open by mid-year 2017.

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Wyndham Hotel Group also entered into a partnership with its existing and new partners in India to accelerate its expansion plans. The company partnered with Expat Projects & Development to open two Ramada hotels; with Creative Buildwell Private, Swift Financial Results Limited, Vardhman Infra Developers and Expat Leisure & Resorts for one Ramada each; with Akruti Developers for a Days Hotel & Suites; with Saras Hotels for a Days Hotel, with Mohyideen Hussain Fisal for a Days Hotel,and with Unique Mercantile for the Howard Johnson hotel in Jaisalmer.

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