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Hotel Codru in Moldova to Rebrand as Ramada Chisinau City Center

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The Hotel Codru in the Republic of Moldova, a seven-story, 140-room four-star hotel, owned by US-based Investment Development Group, is to rebrand as the Ramada Chisinau City Center.

The property will undergo a multi-million dollar renovation before reopening as a Ramada hotel in the third quarter of 2010.

“Eastern Europe represents a great opportunity for Wyndham Hotel Group as there is a growing need for quality, value-rich hotels that provide a consistent and familiar guest experience,” said Martin Armitstead, Wyndham Hotel Group senior vice president of development for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. “Branded properties like the Ramada Chisinau City Center hotel not only allow Wyndham Hotel Group to cater to those needs but further establish the company as the consumers’ global lodging provider of choice.”

Situated in the administrative region of the city near embassies and parliamentary houses, the hotel will include two full-service restaurants, state-of-the-art business and fitness centers, sauna and multiple banquet and meeting spaces.

 Guestrooms will have an upscale, modern-design and offer a host of amenities including flat-screen, high-definition televisions and high-speed wireless Internet access.

Located in Southeastern Europe between Romania and the Ukraine, Moldova is best known for its rich, black soil, which provides the agriculture foundation of the country’s economy. Its capital, Chisinau, is the country’s largest municipality and serves as its center for industry and commerce.

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