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Wyndham announces opening of Ramada Beijing

Wyndham announces opening of Ramada Beijing

Owned by Beijing Changxin Huilongyuan Villas Ltd. Loong Palace Hotel & Resort, the hotel is expected to have a strong appeal to business travelers given its proximity to the city center, airport and the planned second High Tech Zone.

“China is a key strategic growth area for us in the Asia Pacific region, so we’re delighted to open this new Ramada in such a high profile business area in the country’s capital of Beijing,” said Ken Greene, president and managing director of Wyndham Hotel Group in Asia Pacific. “This new property will help further strengthen the presence of the Ramada brand in China.”

The nine-storey property features 344 rooms including 28 suites. Amenities include extensive meeting space and business center, ideal for MICE activity. Other features include an all-day dining restaurant, a contemporary cocktail bar, a gift shop as well as a fitness center and Oriental Spa so that guests can relax and unwind after a busy day.

“We are delighted to be working with Wyndham Hotel Group, one of the world’s leading hotel companies, on the Ramada Beijing North,” said Ms. Zhang Wei, Chairperson of Beijing Changxin Huilongyuan Villas Ltd. Loong Palace Hotel & Resort, “We are confident that this thriving and premier location combined with the world-renowned Ramada brand will be a great success.”

As well as its proximity to the upcoming second High Tech Zone in Beijing North, the hotel is located just 30 minutes from Beijing Capital Airport and popular tourist attractions, including the Badaling Great Wall, Summer Palace and Ming Tomb.


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