WYNDHAM Hotel Group has announced plans for the first TRYP by Wyndham hotel in the Middle East, following the signing of a management agreement with Omega I, a subsidiary of British-owned developer The First Group.
The property is currently planned to be the select-service brand’s largest in the world upon opening in Dubai, anticipated for late 2016.
The announcement, which will see the 672-room TRYP by Wyndham Dubai developed in the city’s TECOM district, comes just months after the companies revealed plans to introduce the first upscale Wyndham Hotels and Resorts property to the UAE in the exclusive Dubai Marina in the next three years.
The four-star TRYP by Wyndham Dubai will be located in the heart of the Al Barsha South business district, within easy reach of attractions including Mall of the Emirates and The Palm Jumeirah.
The brand’s differentiating “Own the City” service culture aims to help guests make the most of their travels. A concierge, on-site parking and nearby metro station will ensure guests can fully explore all that the bustling city of Dubai has to offer.
Hotel facilities will include meeting space, a spa and gymnasium and a wide variety of food and beverage outlets including all-day dining and speciality restaurants, as well as a coffee shop, lounge area and bar.
With construction already underway, the hotel is expected to create some 500 jobs in the city and will be managed by Wyndham Hotel Group (UK) Limited, or one of its affiliates, adding to Wyndham Hotel Group’s growing portfolio of managed hotels around the world.
Guests staying at the hotel who are members of Wyndham Rewards, the free-to-join guest loyalty programme of TRYP by Wyndham and parent company Wyndham Hotel Group, can earn valuable points during their stay.
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