Wyndham Hotel Group opens first hotel in Iraq

Wyndham Hotel Group, part of Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, entered Iraq with the opening of the newly-built, 71-room Ramada Sulaymaniyah Salim Street in Kurdistan.

With 58 guestrooms and 13 suites, ranging from 473 square feet to 1,453 square feet and including all modern conveniences, the Ramada Sulaymaniyah Salim Street is located within easy reach of the city’s various cultural, historical and commercial points of interests. The property is six miles from Sulaymaniyah International Airport.

In addition to accommodations, the Ramada Sulaymaniyah Salim Street has a 7,836-square-foot theatre-style ballroom with catering for up to 700 people. The hotel has various dining options ranging from the Panorama A La Carte Restaurant on the top floor to the Boulevard Café and Aquarium Lobby Bar. Guests can also elect to dine in the comfort of their room by taking advantage of 24-hour room service.

Ramada Sulaymaniyah Salim Street offers leisure facilities, including a spa with seven treatment rooms, a 1,550-square-foot indoor swimming pool, a Turkish bath, saunas and a whirlpool. Additionally, the hotel offers free indoor parking with a valet service and airport transfers are available for an additional fee.

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