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Fri, 1 April 2016

Wyndham Opens First Days Inn-Branded Hotel in Thailand

Wyndham has opened its first Days Inn-branded hotel in Thailand.

The former Aloha Villa Phuket has been rebranded as the Days Inn Patong Beach following a facelift.

The Days Inn Patong Beach is set in the heart of Phukets entertainment district close to Bangla Road and Jungceylon Shopping Center, and just a six-minute walk from Patong Beach.

The budget hotel consists of 36 double rooms, 80 twin rooms and 6 triple rooms. All 122 air-conditioned rooms feature refrigerators, minibars, private balconies, LCD televisions with satellite programming and complimentary Wi-Fi.

The hotel also features two restaurants, a rooftop pool and an internet centre. 

Wyndham Hotel Group is collaborating with KosMopolitan Hospitality, which has taken on the management of the Days Inn Patong Beach. This collaboration will continue with several new-builds and conversions expected to take place within the next couple of years, including Wyndham Legend Halong in Vietnam.

Glenn de Souza, CEO of Kosmopolitan Hospitality, said, Days Inn is an esteemed brand with a wonderful concept that will appeal to budget conscious travellers with its great value. Wyndham Hotel Groups Count On Me! service is one of its distinctive factors and we are confident of delivering the highest level of service excellence to our customers.

Check special rates and availability at Days Inn Patong Beach hotel in Phuket.

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