Internationally renowned Ramada brand to debut in Sydney
Tapping into Sydney’s booming western region, Wyndham Hotel Group – the hotel giant with an unmatched global presence of more than 8,400 hotels – today announced plans to introduce its first location in the city under its globally recognised Ramada® brand.
Formerly Ibis Styles Sydney Lansvale, the 81-room Ramada Hotel and Suites Sydney Cabramatta will rebrand on March 12 as part of a franchise agreement between Wyndham Hotel Group and property owner Z Hotels Pty Ltd.
“Western Sydney has experienced significant tourism growth in recent years, with visitors injecting $4.2 billion into the New South Wales economy in 2016,” said Barry Robinson, President and Managing Director of Wyndham Hotel Group South East Asia and Pacific Rim.
“There has never been a better time to debut our global Ramada brand to the capital city. With the predicted influx of international tourists from the planned Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek, as well as the New South Wales Government’s goal of doubling overnight visitor expenditure by 2020, Ramada Cabramatta will be well placed to cater to growing demand for high quality hotels and best-in-class hospitality in the region.”
The independently accredited four-star hotel is ideally located on the Hume Highway in Cabramatta, Western Sydney, 27 kilometres from Sydney’s CBD providing easy access to the M5, M7 and M4. It is close to the business centres of Cabramatta, Fairfield and Liverpool, and is a 30-minute drive from Sydney airport.
One of the country’s major growth corridors, the Western Sydney region boasts a multicultural population, 3,600 square kilometres of national parks, a strong calendar of major events and popular attractions including the Wet’n’Wild theme park, Sydney Olympic Park, Calmsley Hill City Farm, Warwick Farm Race Course and Riverside Stables.
Managing Director of Z Hotels Pty Ltd, Fazila Farhad, said the company was proud to be partnering with Wyndham Hotel Group.
“The Ramada brand is known worldwide for delivering personalised service, warm hospitality and excellent facilities, and we think it is an excellent fit for the South West Sydney market as it continues to grow and attract more global travellers,” she said.
Ms Fazila Farhad, who also serves as Vice President of the South West Sydney Tourism Task Force Inc NSW, added, “We are passionate about driving tourism in Sydney’s south west and support from businesses like Wyndham Hotel Group, as well as the announcement of major projects such as the new airport and Sydney Zoo, are signs of confidence in the region.”
Ramada Cabramatta offers a range of quality accommodation for all types of travellers, from tour groups to independent travellers, families and corporate guests. There are plans to add an extra 19 rooms to the property, bringing the room count to 100 keys before the end of the year.
Other features include a meeting room and conference facilities accommodating up to 60 delegates, a swimming pool, complimentary parking and free Wi-Fi. The onsite Milano Grill and Bar is known locally for its modern cuisine, popular events and adjoining TAB/VIP lounge.
Upon rebranding, Ramada Cabramatta will join five Wyndham Hotel Group hotels and resorts in key New South Wales destinations under its Wyndham Hotels and Resorts® and Ramada® brand flags, including Sydney CBD, Shoal Bay, Ballina, Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie.
The hotel will participate in Wyndham Rewards®, the simple-to-use, a revolutionary loyalty program that offers members generous points earning structure along with a flat, free-night redemption rate. Visit www.wyndhamrewards.com for more information.