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Wyndham Opens Three New Hotels in Turkey

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Wyndham now has 30 hotels in Turkey.

 The latest properties to join Wyndham Hotel Group in Turkey include Wyndham Istanbul Old City, Ramada Usak and Ramada Resort Akbuk.

Located in the heart of the old town, Wyndham Istanbul Old City offers 265 guest rooms as well as three food and beverage outlets, an indoor swimming pool and spa complex. Housed within an historic building, Wyndham Istanbul Old City effortlessly combines traditional architecture with opulent luxury, and is within walking distance of some of the cityís main sights.

In contrast, Ramada Usak and Ramada Resort Akbuk are both purpose-built, new-construction properties. With 124 guest rooms and four meeting rooms, Ramada Usak is located within walking distance of the city centre and just four miles from Usak airport. Ramada Resort Akbuk combines the convenience of a city centre location, with the facilities of a resort, offering 364 guest rooms and suites, extensive swimming pool complex with water slides, spa, fitness area and access to a private beach.

 Collectively, the hotels add 740 rooms to Wyndham Hotel Groupís existing 4,500-strong room count in the country.

ďIím thrilled to maintain our rapid expansion in Turkey, which is a strategic growth market for us,Ē said Rui Barros, Wyndham Hotel Groupís senior vice president and managing director, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Indian Ocean. ďWe look forward to continuing meaningful relationships with both developers and consumers, who are more and more recognizing the value of our powerful global brands.Ē

In Turkey, Wyndham Hotel Group has hotels under the Wyndham Hotels and Resorts (four hotels), Tryp by Wyndham (two hotels) and Ramada (24 hotels) brands.

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