Wyndham Signs Grand Hotel in Bangalore

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Wyndham Hotel Group has signed a franchise agreement for the Wyndham Grand Bangalore Yelahanka, a new hotel which is set to open in 2020.

The 180-room Wyndham Grand Bangalore Yelahanka will form a key component in Sammys Grand Palace, the latest 75-acre exclusive residential project in Bangalore.

As the only hotel development within the complex, the property is set within tranquil surroundings away from the bustling city, whilst only 10 minutes drive from Bangalore International Airport.

Nestled within a 5-acre landscaped garden featuring a man-made lagoon, the hotel will feature 180 guest rooms including 30 suites, four restaurants and a wide range of amenities including an outdoor pool and spa.

The property will additionally include two conference and banquet halls catering to large-scale social engagements and business events.

Duane Elledge, executive vice president and managing director of Wyndham Hotel Group, Asia Pacific said, We are honored to work with Sammys Dreamland Co., Private Limited to bring another upscale Wyndham Grand property in India. This addition will further strengthen our commitment to develop properties in top travel markets around the world that provide the utmost in service and style.

The property is part of the groups ambitious expansion plans in India to develop nearly 70 hotels and increase the inventory to 8,000 rooms within the next five years. Currently Wyndham Hotel Group has 17 operational properties in India with a total room inventory of 1,800 under the Ramada, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, Dream and Days Inn brands.

Wyndham, Bangalore, India

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