Four new Ramada hotels are being opened in the Gulf region by parent company Wyndham Hotel Group.
Properties in Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Bahrain come as the company responds to growing demand in the Middle East.
The hotels include the 161-room Ramada Resort Dead Sea in Jordan; the 165-room Ramada Jeddah Corniche in Saudi Arabia; and the 162-room Ramada Hotel & Suites Amwaj Island and 140-room Ramada Manama City Centre, both in Bahrain.
Ramada currently has more than 840 properties across 60 countries, including 29 in the Middle East.
Wyndham Hotel Group president and managing director, EMEA, Dan Ruff, said: “The Middle East continues to see strong growth and development thanks to its rising middle class.
“This is driving increased interest from developers for globally known brands like Ramada and others offered by Wyndham Hotel Group, which are well positioned to meet the emerging travel needs of consumers in the region.
“The Middle East is a key region of focus for Wyndham Hotel Group and to help meet growing demand, the company recently bolstered its management resources there by more than 30%.”
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