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Wyndham Opens First Ramada in Russia

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Wyndham has opened the first Ramada hotel in Russia, the 156-room Ramada Yekaterinburg.

Owned by Mayak Corporation and managed by Sophos Hotels, the property is the brand’s fifth hotel to open in a new market in the past year and gives the brand a presence in 48 countries.

Situated three and a half miles from Kotsovo International Airport, the six-story Ramada Yekaterinburg consists of 132 guestrooms, 24 suites and six cottage apartments.

 Highlights of the hotel include complimentary airport and city shuttles, state-of-the art business and fitness centers, heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools, sauna, full-service restaurant, three bars and night club. Rooms feature high-speed wireless Internet access and 32-inch flat-screen televisions.

Yekaterinburg-based Mayak Corporation, a 20-year old private construction and property development company, specializes in commercial real-estate and has worked with numerous major international partners. Most recently, the company has placed a strong focus on working with Wyndham Hotel Group to develop a presence in the central and Eastern Europe hotel market.

Switzerland-based Sophos Hotels SA, a privately held hotel management company, currently manages over a dozen hotels throughout Central and Eastern Europe.

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