Wyndham Hotel Group has opened its third Ramada hotel in Bali, Indonesia.
The 271-room Ramada Bali Sunset Road hotel has been opened to expand the hotelier’s business in Southeast Asia, as part of the company’s global development programme.
Located in close proximity to Jalan Legian and the Seminyak Beach, the property is owned by local automotive dealer Sun Motor.
It is being run by Wyndham Hotel Group’s Indonesian subsidiary, Wyndham Hotel Management.
Wyndham Hotel Group South East Asia and Pacific Rim president and managing director Barry Robinson said: "Bali is one of Indonesia’s most popular destinations, attracting close to four million visitors a year.
"With the 2013 expansion of Ngurah Rai International Airport and this year’s four-fold increase in government spending on tourism, we believe it’s a market prime for year-on-year growth."
The Ramada Bali Sunset Road hotel offers a rooftop pool, spa, gymnasium, meeting rooms and a business centre.
Sun Motor Group president and commissioner Imelda Sundoro said: "Ramada is a globally known brand with an enviable reputation for offering exceptional experiences in some of the world’s most sought after destinations.
"That strong recognition, combined with the expertise and resources of a partner like Wyndham Hotel Group, made Ramada the clear choice for us as we look to grow our hospitality developments in Indonesia."
Wyndham currently operates 7,670 hotels with 667,000 rooms worldwide, reported Jakarta Globe.