The Group now has more than 550 hotels in the region
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has announced its continued growth trajectory across Europe, Middle East, Eurasia and Africa (EMEA), through a number of important openings in 2022, as well as a strong line-up of property launches planned in the coming months.
In the Middle East, the Group launched Wyndham Residences on Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah and two Qatar-based properties: the 278-key beachfront Wyndham Grand Doha West Bay Beach and Ramada by Wyndham Doha Old Town.
In the first half of 2022, the total number of guests within the overall UAE hotel industry increased 42% year-on-year to reach 12 million, driven by Expo 2020 hosted in Dubai and sustained by the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Elsewhere, Wyndham opened the 189-key Ramada by Wyndham Riyadh King Fahd Road, marking its 13th hotel in Saudi Arabia.
In Turkey, Wyndham added 10 properties to its portfolio, including the debut of the Wyndham Garden brand on the Antalya’s riviera as well as additional hotels in Ordu, Samsun, Rize, Mersin and Erzurum.
In addition, Wyndham continued expanding in Georgia with the launch of Tbilisi Chambers and the Grigoleti Beach Resort, both part of the Trademark Collection by Wyndham, and the opening of Ramada by Wyndham Tbilisi, a 125-room hotel set in the heart of the Georgian capital’s city centre.
Commenting on the Group’s growth, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts president EMEA Dimitris Manikis said: “Travel continues to bounce back and our continued expansion across EMEA is testament to the strength and the resilience of our industry.
"Our latest expansion marks a key step in our quest to make hotel travel possible for all, which is particularly relevant in a diverse region like the EMEA, where we see strong potential to expand our foothold in both new and existing destinations.”
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