Ramada Kissimmee Maingate West Rebrands

Ramada Kissimmee Maingate West joins the Magnuson Grand Hotel brand, a recent written announcement released by Magnuson Hotels reports. Following the rebranding procedure, the name of the facility will change to Magnuson Grand Hotel Maingate West.

Ramada Kissimmee Maingate West joins the Magnuson Grand Hotel brand, a recent written announcement released by Magnuson Hotels reports. Following the rebranding procedure, the name of the facility will change to Magnuson Grand Hotel Maingate West.

Headquartered in London and Spokane, Wash., Magnuson Worldwide is a hotel services organization. Its holdings include Global Hotel Exchange, CRS1 and Magnuson Hotels – an independent hotel group. Founded in 2003, Magnuson Hotels represents almost 2,000 individually owned and operated hotels with assets in excess of $6.75 billion. The company’s Magnuson Grand Hotels brand offers upscale level hotels and resorts.

The affiliation with the hotel chain comes with the benefit of global brand representation, a larger exposure locally, regionally and nationally as well.

“We are proud to welcome Bruce Jones and his entire staff, and are fully committed to increasing their visibility and reservations,” says Magnuson Worldwide CEO Thomas Magnuson.

Magnuson’s global portfolio includes around 2,000 hotels. Magnuson Hotels’ hotel reservation network also includes 650,000 GDS travel agents, over 2,000 internet booking channels such as Google, Facebook, Expedia, Hotels.com, Priceline, Global Hotel Exchange, and all major airline websites.

The hotel previously franchised by Wyndham Worldwide as part of its Ramada chain includes 442 rooms and offers convenient access to popular destinations via its location within walking distance from the main gate of Walt Disney World and by offering free scheduled shuttle service to a number of Orlando’s theme parks and other entertainment venues.

Photo credits: Ramada Kissimmee Maingate West