Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, one of the world’s largest hotel franchising companies, with approximately 9,000 hotels across nearly 95 countries, continues to expand across Europe, the Middle East, Eurasia and Africa (EMEA) with a number of recent hotel launches and a strong lineup of openings expected in 2022.
In the Middle East, Wyndham continued to bring more accommodation options to Dubai, with openings under the Howard Johnson, Ramada, La Quinta and Days Inn by Wyndham brands, the latter two being launched in the market for the first time in 2021.
Wyndham also bolstered its leisure offering in Oman with the launch of Wyndham Garden Salalah Mirbat, a waterfront resort in a popular destination of the sultanate.
Wyndham further cemented its position in Turkey as the largest international hotel company by number of properties, reaching nearly 90 hotels with new openings across the country, as well as the debut of its economy brand Days Inn in Istanbul and Ankara.
Dimitris Manikis, president EMEA, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, said: “We are proud to look back on what Wyndham has achieved across EMEA, despite the on-going challenges and disruption in the travel industry. We focused on strengthening our fruitful partnerships, adding more exciting destinations, and broadening the reach of our brands. Our growth is ultimately a testament to the resilience of our hotel partners and the value proposition Wyndham delivers to them. We are delighted to offer even more exciting hotels for our guests and look forward to working with our partners and teams across EMEA in 2022 and beyond.”
During 2022, the region will witness further developments. These include the 278-room Wyndham Grand Doha West Bay Beach in Qatar, along with two more openings in Saudi Arabia. The chain will bring more additions under the Ramada, Ramada Encore and Days Inn by Wyndham brands in Turkey with new additions in Istanbul, Rize, Elbistan and more. 2022 will also witness the debut of the Wyndham’s namesake brand in Cyprus with the upscale Wyndham Nicosia.