Wyndham to Expand Days Inn Brand to Thailand

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 9 September 2011

Wyndham Hotel Group is to debut its Days Inn brand in Thailand with a Days Hotel in Phuket Town.

Owned by well-established Phuket retail company, Winpro The Hotel Co., Ltd, the two-storey Days Hotel Phuket Town will be centrally located, close to local leisure and entertainment facilities. It is expected to open in April 2013.

The hotel will have 120 guest rooms situated near lush gardens and offering ocean views. Hotel amenities will include an outdoor swimming pool, gym, spa, meeting facilities, lobby bar, pool bar and an all day dining restaurant.

The signed management contract adds another 120 rooms to the Days Inn portfolio in the Asia Pacific region, where the brand currently has 44 hotels and more than 7,000 rooms.

The hotel will also expand the larger Wyndham Hotel Group portfolio in the region, which consists of more than 385 hotels and over 58,000 rooms under the Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Ramada, Howard Johnson, Days Inn, Super 8, Microtel Inns & Suites and Dream hotel brands.

We are delighted to be bringing yet another one of our great brands to Thailand, a promising market that offers tremendous opportunity for both Days Inn and the greater Wyndham Hotel Group portfolio, said Ken Greene, president and managing director of Wyndham Hotel Group in Asia Pacific. This newest hotel will not only further strengthen our presence in Thailand, but demonstrates the strong interest and continued momentum that our brands are seeing throughout the greater Asia Pacific region.

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