In pictures: Ramada's new Indian hotel

Property in Gandhidham on west coast of India will have 60 rooms and is due to open in 2020.

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Ramada by Wyndham Gandhidham, Shinay is due to open in 2020, with 60 guest rooms. The hotel will feature large meeting and banqueting facilities, outdoor event space, cafes and restaurants, a spa, fitness centre and an outdoor pool. 

Gandhidham is the economic capital of the Kutch region of Gujarat in West India, and the hotel allows for easy access to the port towns of Kandla and Mundra. 

Ramada by Wyndham – which has hotels in more than 60 countries – has already opened four hotels in India this year. The brand plans to add 40 hotels in the wider India sub-continent by 2025. 

Panos Loupasis, vice president of development, Middle East, Eurasia & Africa at Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, said: "The travel industry is gaining terrific momentum In India, with huge potential for the hospitality sector, particularly in the mid-market segment."

Two other Ramada by Wyndham openings for 2020 will be in Aligarh, the business centre of Uttar Pradesh in Central India, and in Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of the southern state of Kerala. 

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