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Wyndham Signs Ramada Hotel in Phuket

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Wyndham has signed a new Ramada hotel on Kata Noi beach in Phuket, Thailand.

The Ramada Phuket South Sea, owned by Phuket development company South Sea Resort, will add to the five Ramada hotels currently open in Thailand and is the second agreement to be signed between South Sea Resort and Wyndham Hotel Group.

In March, the two companies announced the development of the Wyndham Khao Lak, which is expected to open later this year.

Thailand is an important growth market in the Asia Pacific region so this is an exciting opportunity for us, said Ken Greene, president and managing director of Wyndham Hotel Group in Asia Pacific. South Sea Resort Co., Ltd. is a respected developer in Phuket and were happy to be working together to further build the Ramada brand in this popular resort destination.

Due to open later this year, the Ramada Phuket South Sea hotel will feature 152 guest rooms with sea views thanks to the hotels prime beach location. Amenities will include an outdoor pool, gym, spa, meeting space, pool bar, an all day dining restaurant and teppanyaki and sushi bars.

We are delighted to be working with one of the worlds leading hotel companies, Wyndham Hotel Group, on the new Ramada Phuket South Sea, said Mrs. Nantana Saenglhee, managing director and president of South Sea Group. With such a stunning location, we are sure that the hotel will appeal to a wide array of travelers visiting Phuket.

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