3 JUNE 2013

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Article from BTNews 3 JUNE 2013

Singapore for Wyndham

Wyndham Hotel Group, claimed to be the world’s largest hotel company with over 7,380 hotels has entered the Singapore market with the opening of two properties. 

The Ramada Singapore and Days Hotel Singapore are both situated at Zhongshan Park, a new development area which includes a commercial tower and shopping mall.  Zhongshan Park is a fundamental component of the island state’s Identity Plan to rejuvenate the Balestier district and illustrate the culture and history of the island state.
 
“Wyndham Hotel Group is proud to be part of Singapore’s development plan for the Balestier area”, said Duane Elledge, Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Wyndham Hotel Group in Asia Pacific.  “With nearly 650 hotels in the region, these new properties further illustrate our commitment to growing our footprint and showcasing the exceptional services that we provide.”
 
Ramada Singapore at Zhongshan Park has 384 rooms and includes a full service restaurant, fitness centre, swimming pool, business centre and pillarless ballroom for events.  Days Hotel Singapore at Zhongshan Park has 405 rooms, featuring a range of amenities including a full-service restaurant and a fitness centre. www.wyndham.com

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