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Wyndham Set to Open Ramada Encore in Bangkok

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Wyndham Hotel Group will manage its first Ramada Encore Hotel in Asia Pacific, with the opening of an hotel in Bangkok on 20 May 2011.

The Ramada Encore Bangkok is located on Sukhumvit Soi 10, only a five-minute walk to both Asoke BTS and Sukhumvit MRT stations with easy access to the airport rail link.

Owned by Nai Chan Estate Company Limited, the eight-storey property will feature 188 guestrooms.

Amenities will include a rooftop swimming pool with views of Bangkoks skyline, a fitness center and two well-equipped meeting rooms.

There will also be two dining options. Firstly The Hub which will offer local and international dishes all day, as well as the informal Hub Bar. Secondly Chakra, the hotels rooftop restaurant and bar, will be the latest addition to Bangkoks rooftop dining scene. For drinks, dinner or dancing to the resident DJ til 1am, Chakra aims to be one of the coolest places to be seen in Sukhumvit.

Bangkok continues to be a growing market that offers great opportunity for Wyndham Hotel Group and its brands, said Ken Greene, Wyndham Hotel Group President and Managing Director Asia Pacific. It is also a very colorful, fast paced city, so where better to open our first Ramada Encore Hotel, which promises to be stylish, vibrant and fun. The addition of this new tier will give our guests even more choice in the region.

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