Wyndham adds new four hotels in tier 2 cities

New Delhi: US franchisor Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, which has nearly 9,000 hotels in nearly 95 countries, has announced the addition of four new hotels in Jaipur, Varanasi, Mohali and Udaipur under Ramada, Howard Johnson by Wyndham and upscale Wyndham. Trademarks.

New openings will see Wyndham touch the 50 hotel mark in the country as predicted by Nikhil Sharma, Wyndham’s Eurasia region manager, in an interview with Mint last month. As part of its commitment to grow in the Indian subcontinent by adding nearly 30 hotels, at least eight hotels are expected to open in 2022.

India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, and these four hotels represent a milestone in its growth goals to offer more accommodation options around the world, said Panos Lobasis, vice president of development for the company’s Middle East, Eurasia and Africa. country.

The Mohali Hotel, which opened in October, is an upscale hotel with 80 guest rooms, three restaurants and a spa. It also features a business center and ample event space for up to 1,200 guests.

Located in Varanasi, Wyndham Hotel has 68 rooms, a gourmet restaurant, cocktail bar and spa. The property opened in November of this year.

The company’s Ramada by Wyndham hotel in Jaipur is due to open in December and will feature 107 rooms. It is also expected to open its new brand Howard Johnson by Wyndham Udaipur around the same time with 94 rooms, and featuring a spa.

A US hospitality company typically allows landlords to use company brands and offers them technology support, distribution, and marketing in exchange for a loyalty fee. In contrast, most hotel companies operated by operators such as Marriott or Hyatt, take a management fee and give the owners a fixed share of their profits.

Earlier this year, the company launched the 160-room Wyndham Hotel in Ahmedabad. Its other brands are Ramada Encore and Hawthorn Suites.

The majority of hotel brands operating in India, both internationally and domestically, are now entering the second, third and fourth tier markets in a bold manner, hotel consultancy Hotefit said.

in a ‘Indian Hospitality: Trends and OpportunitiesIn the 2021 report, he said that there is unmet demand prevalent in these cities and that 40% of hotels under active development are in these locations.

“By 2025-26, we expect to add approximately 36,599 branded rooms (under active development), bringing the total supply to 1.8 rooms across India and increasing the current supply base by 25%,” the report said.

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