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Wyndham Signs Ramada Hotel in Kenya

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Wyndham Hotel Group has signed a franchise agreement for Ramada Nairobi, the first Wyndham Hotel Group property in Kenya.

Ramada Nairobi will be owned and managed by Global Hotels Management Africa, an affiliate of GHM, which already operates the Ramada Hotel & Suites Ras Al Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates.

The agreement adds to Wyndham Hotel Groups existing presence of Ramada and Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham hotels on the African continent in Ghana, Nigeria, Morocco and Tunisia.

Wyndham Hotel Group continually seeks to expand its portfolio of hotel brands in high-demand markets like Kenya, where the oil and gas industries are growing rapidly, said Rui Barros, Wyndham Hotel Groups senior vice president and managing director for Europe, Middle East, Africa and Indian Ocean. We are confident that Ramada Nairobi, as part of a globally recognised brand with growth potential in the market and a continuation of our successful relationship with GHM, will be a tremendous addition to our portfolio.

The four-star hotel, projected to open at the end of this year, will offer 89 guest rooms including 25 suites and will be located on Wangapala Road, approximately 19 kilometres from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and situated in the affluent Westlands area of the capital city.

Ramada Nairobi will include two meeting rooms and a rooftop banquet hall as well as various food and beverage outlets, including an all-day dining restaurant and speciality restaurants offering Chinese and Pakistani cuisine. Guests will have access to a spa, fitness room and indoor pool.

Wyndham, Ramada, Kenya, Africa

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