Wyndham signs new deals for Oman, Ethiopia and Iraq

Wyndham Oman

Wyndham Hotel Group has signed new development deals for Oman, Ethiopia and Iraq, as well as other destinations in the Middle East.  
 
Wyndham’s latest signings include the co-located Ramada Encore Muscat Al Ghubra and Ramada Hotel & Suites Muscat Al Ghubra, which will open at the end of 2018. Both properties are owned by the Al Khaleel Group.

Three new properties in Ethiopia – the TRYP by Wyndham Addis Ababa Bole Road, Wyndham Addis Ababa Bole Road and the Wyndham Garden Langano – will all open in the next few years. Finally, a dual deal comprising the Ramada Plaza Najaf and Ramada Hotel & Suites Najaf in Iraq is expected to attract a portion of the large numbers of religious pilgrims who visit the nearby Imam Ali Holy Shrine every year.

In 2015, Wyndham opened nearly 40 new hotels open across EMEA, and a further 50 hotels are in the pipeline. 

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