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Tryp by Wyndham arrives in Asia for the first time

Wyndham Hotels has just announced the opening of its first property under the lifestyle brand Tryp by Wyndham in Southeast Asia: the Tryp Yangon.

The Tryp Yangon just opened its doors in the capital, in the south of Myanmar. It is the first property of the lifestyle brand to open its doors in Southeast Asia. It will be operated by the Thai management firm Kosmopolitan Hospitality, a partner of Wyndham Hotels group. The unit, located in the Mayangone township in Yangon, is located near the Myanmar Plaza shopping center and the city's primary temples. It has 60 rooms, a restaurant as well as a lounge bar.

"Myanmar is quickly becoming a must-see destination for international travelers with nearly eight million arrivals in 2015 thanks to an influx of foreign investment and Yangon's expanded international airport," said Mr Barry Robinson, President and Managing Director of Wyndham Hotel Group South East Asia and Pacific Rim, "The country's travel and tourism sector is primed to spike even higher as people seek out new business opportunities, setting the stage for increased hotel demand in Yangon."

The opening of another Tryp by Wyndham property should take place soon in the Philippines. As of January 1, 2016, Wyndham Hotel Group ranked fourth in the global ranking of hotel groups with 7,812 properties for a total of 678,042 rooms, according to data published by Hospitality ON.

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