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In Ethiopia, Wyndham multiplies hotel projects

The Ramada Addis Ababa opened its doors in the Ethiopian capital last year, and Wyndham Hotel Group continues to focus on the growing dynamism of the East African market, with the signature of three new hotels.

The construction of the adjoining Tryp hotels by Wyndham, Addis Ababa Bole Road (120 rooms including 12 suites) and Wyndham Addis Ababa Bole Road (161 rooms), should begin this year, while works on the Wyndham Garden Langano hotel are already underway 180 kilometers south of the capital. Located on the shores of Langano Lake, it will have 112 rooms and suites, as well as two restaurants and a bar-lounge. Services available to guests include an outdoor swimming pool, a spa, a tennis court, water sports equipment in order to gain fully benefit from the lake. 

The hotel Wyndham Garden Langano will welcome its first guests at the end of 2018. The new hotel Wyndham in the capital willl open its doors next year, while the first Tryp address in the country should be operational from 2020. These hotels are owned by the group Santa Maria Real Estate & Hotels Plc, which is based in Addis Ababa.

Already present in seven African countries, Wyndham Hotel Group plans to pursue its expansion strategy throughout the continent. On January 1, 2016, the group ranked 4th operator in terms of rooms with 678,042 unités in 7,812 properties, according to data published by MKG Consulting.

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