Dubai company affiliate to bring Ramada to Kenya

Global Hotels Management Africa will manage the 89-key Ramada Nairobi

Operators, Owners, Dubai, Kenya, Nairobi, Ramada, Wyndham hotels group

Global Hotels Management Africa (GHMA), an affiliate of Dubai-based Global Hotels Management, is to open the first Ramada property in Kenya, with an 89-key hotel in Nairobi.

Ramada Nairobi will be owned and managed by GHMA, which has signed a franchise agreement with Wyndham Hotel Group for the hotel.

Set to open by the end of this year, it will have 89 guest rooms - including 25 suites – as well as two meeting rooms and a rooftop banquet hall. F&B offerings will include an all-day dining restaurant and speciality restaurants offering Chinese and Pakistani cuisine, while guests will have access to a spa, fitness room and indoor pool.

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The hotel will be located on Wangapala Road, approximately 19 kilometres from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and situated in the affluent Westlands area of the capital city.

“Ramada Nairobi will be a landmark property for GHM and we are proud to have partnered with Wyndham Hotel Group in introducing the brand to Kenya,” said GHMA chief executive Masood Hashim Shamim.

“We are committed to being a part of the country’s booming tourism industry and understand the importance of partnering with reputable brands to ensure that we deliver the highest quality products and services.”

Elsewhere on Africa, Wyndham Hotel Group currently has Ramada and Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham hotels in Ghana, Nigeria, Morocco and Tunisia.

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