Wyndham has signed three new Ramada properties, one of which will be the company’s first managed Ramada hotel in China.
The new managed property, the Ramada Plaza Sanya, will be owned by Hainan Mingboda Real Estate Development Co., Ltd, which also signed a management agreement with Wyndham Hotel Group in December last year to open the Wyndham Hotel Sanya.
The hotel group has also just signed two franchise agreements in China. One agreement was with Shaoguan Fengdu Real Estate Co., Ltd for the Ramada Plaza Shaoguan City Center and the other with Suzhou Dingfeng Real Estate Development Co. Ltd, for the Ramada Suzhou North.
"We’re delighted to announce our first managed Ramada hotel in China as it clearly demonstrates the strength and capability of our management services in the greater Asia Pacific region,” said Ken Greene, president and managing director of Wyndham Hotel Group in Asia Pacific. “All three hotels will help anchor the growing presence of the Ramada brand in China.”
The 12-storey Ramada Plaza Sanya, scheduled to open in June 2012, will feature 496 rooms including 88 suites. Amenities will include a ballroom, meeting space, business center, executive lounge, spa, swimming pool and fitness center. There will also be three distinct restaurants offering all-day dining, Chinese cuisine and specialty dishes. The hotel will be situated just 15 minutes from the city center and Sanya Phoenix International Airport.
The 22-storey Ramada Plaza Shaoguan City Center, due to open in January 2012, will feature 320 rooms including 32 suites. Amenities will include extensive meeting space, spa, fitness center, game room and gift shop. There will also be two restaurants for all-day dining and Chinese cuisine. Located on Jiefang Road, in the center of Shaoguan, the hotel boasts river views.
Scheduled to open in the summer of 2013, the 20-storey Ramada Suzhou North, will feature 278 rooms including 28 suites. Amenities will include extensive meeting space, business center, spa, indoor swimming pool, fitness center and gift shop. There will also be two restaurants featuring Western and Chinese cuisine. The hotel will be situated in Weitang Town, known as the Pearl City of China due to its freshwater pearl industry.
SOURCE: asiatraveltips.com


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