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World's largest Wyndham Garden hotel opens in Manama

Bahrain opening first of three new properties in the Gulf

World's largest Wyndham Garden hotel opens in Manama
Global hotel giant Wyndham Group opened the doors of their largest Wyndham Garden in the Bahraini capital, Manama.

Global hotel giant Wyndham Group opened the doors of their largest Wyndham Garden in the Bahraini capital, Manama.

The new midscale property boasts 441 suites, ranging from one to three bedrooms, making it the hotel group's the largest Wyndham Garden hotel in the world.

The opening marks an important step in the hotelier’s regional expansion plans, with new two more hotels planned in the Gulf region, adding to its global portfolio of more than 8,100 hotels in 78 countries.

“With plans to introduce the brand in more destinations, including Dammam in Saudi Arabia, and Ajman in UAE, Wyndham Garden perfectly complements our growing portfolio of hotels in the wider region,” said Ignace Bauwens, regional vice president, Middle East and Africa for Wyndham Hotel Group.

Wyndham Hotel Group has a management contract with the property owner Mannai Properties, a subsidiary of regional conglomerate Mannai Holding.

“This is our second property under the contract with Wyndham Hotel Group and along with Ramada Hotel & Suites Amwaj Islands, this new addition sits well within our strategy of targeting family-oriented travellers,” said Anil Nair, CEO of Mannai Holding.

The new hotel has an array of fine dining and spa facilities, including a beauty centre, salon, fitness centre with Jacuzzi, and gender segregated steam rooms.

The Wyndham Garden Manama also has 171 square metres of event space, including three meeting rooms for up to 180 conference or 200 banquet guests, a business centre and VIP Club Lounge.

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