Big US hotel chain considers Denmark

Wyndham has 8,000 hotels and 600,000+ rooms in 66 countries
One of the world’s largest hotel companies will in a few weeks announce a hotel in Copenhagen, Stand By reports. But the company has 19 brands and it is not clear which segment will be served, upscale or budget.
US-based Wyndham Hotel Group recently launched the 19th brand in its portfolio and has a total of 8,000 hotels and over 600,000 rooms in 66 countries. In Germany alone, it has more than 100 hotels spread across multiple brands.
On average, Wyndham opens two new properties every day around the world. The upcoming hotel in Copenhagen will be opened in cooperation with a local partner. The number of rooms is not yet known.
Copenhagen – and possibly also Aarhus – is interesting for Wyndham because of its many leisure tourists, which could indicate an economy-class hotel.
Wyndham has popular brands to choose from, such as Days Inn, Howard Johnson, Ramada, Super 8 and Dolce, in addition to the Wyndham name itself. In effect, Wyndham is already in Denmark, with Novasol being part of the Wyndham Vacation Rentals family of brands.
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