Ramada Plaza Fuxian Lake

Ramada by Wyndham opens 100th hotel in China – Ramada Plaza Fuxian Lake

The largest U.S.-based hotel company in China with over 1,400 hotels, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts recently marked its landmark 100th Ramada® by Wyndham location in the country with the opening of the 194-room Ramada Plaza Fuxian Lake.

Wyndham, which acquired the international rights to the Ramada flag in 2004 with just 14 hotels in China, has steadily grown the brand’s presence in key business and leisure travel markets there – including ShanghaiBeijingXiamen, and Chongqing, among others – offering a globally-recognized and trusted hotel name to the country’s ever-growing base of travelers. Today, the brand’s footprint consists of over 850 locations in more than 60 countries around the world.

Located in Yunnan Province’s Changjiang County, the newly constructed Ramada Plaza Fuxian Lake is situated within Southwest China’s mountain landscape close to the Lucong Scenic Area, Maotianshan Mountain National Geo-Park, and Kunming International Airport. The tranquility of nearby Fuxian Lake – a popular attraction located just five kilometers away – inspired the hotel’s relaxing design elements, like its wavy exterior and neutral color palettes.

Services and amenities at China’s newest Ramada include two eateries, daily free breakfast offering traditional Sichuanand Yunnan cuisine, a heated indoor pool, a fitness center, and free Wi-Fi. The hotel’s 760 square meters of meeting and event space comprises five meeting rooms accommodating up to 600 guests.

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts currently has seven brands spanning all segments operating in China, including Ramada, Super 8® by Wyndham, Days Inn® by Wyndham, and its flagship Wyndham® chain. The Company debuted two of its brands in the country in the past year – the lifestyle TRYP by Wyndham flag and the award-winning midscale Wingate by Wyndham® name – with the openings of new hotels in Xian and Sanya.

“The increasing travel habits and spending among China’s burgeoning middle class – which is expected to grow to more than 500 million people by 2022 – continues to drive the need for a range of quality, value-driven accommodations throughout the country, from urban to rural destinations,” said Bob Loewen, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts.

“Ramada has delivered sought-after lodging options and high-caliber service around the world for six-plus decades. Reaching this milestone of 100 hotels in China signifies the confidence and trust hotel owners and guests have in the internationally renowned brand, and highlights the vast opportunities to continue expanding Ramada even further in the region,” he continued.

As of September, 30, 2018, Wyndham had more than 90 Ramada hotels in its pipeline in China.

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