Wyndham Hotels and Resorts signs Brands Third Hotel in China

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Wyndham Hotels and Resorts has signed a management contract for the brands third hotel in China, the 337-room Wyndham Wuhan East Lake hotel in Wuhan.

The signing comes on the heels of the opening of the five-star, 588-room Wyndham Xiamen which, in addition to being the Wyndham brands first hotel to open in China, was also the countrys first Wyndham-managed hotel. The brands second hotel, the 337-room Wyndham Baolian Hotel, is scheduled to open in 2011.

Developed by Wuhan Hongjing Real-Estate Development Co., the 25-story, four-star Wyndham Wuhan East Lake hotel is currently under construction at Special No. 1 in Guanshankou, in the new technology development zone of Wuhans Hongshan District.

The hotel is expected to open in the fourth quarter of 2011 and will include multiple full-service restaurants and lounges, state-of-the-art business and fitness centers, tennis courts, spa, gift shop, and more than 1,200 square-meters of meeting space.

Presently, Wyndham Hotel Group has six other hotels throughout Wuhan under its Ramada, Howard Johnson and Super 8 flags. The company has more than 183 hotels in major and secondary cities throughout the country.

China continues to play a strong and vital role in the global growth strategy for Wyndham Hotel Group and its brands, including that of our namesake, Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, said Eric Danziger, Wyndham Hotel Group president and chief executive officer. With the announcement of this newest hotel, we are delivering on our commitment to developing high-quality properties in key international destinations that further establish the global reach of the Wyndham brand.

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