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IHG signs four hotels to Holiday Inn portfolio

15 July 2014 by
IHG signs four hotels to Holiday Inn portfolio

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has signed up four more hotels to its Holiday Inn portfolio.

The four hotels to join the Holiday Inn brand are:

Holiday Inn Cardiff - North M4 Jct.32
Holiday Inn London - West
Holiday Inn London - Heathrow T5
Holiday Inn Birmingham North - Cannock

The 95-room Holiday Inn in Cardiff will be the first of the four properties to open in a few weeks' time. It will be operated by Kew Green Hotels, a long standing operating partner of IHG.

The hotel will feature leisure facilities including a pool, spa, sauna and gym, as well as a bar and restaurant, board room, four meeting rooms and a newly designed lobby.

Set to open this August is Holiday Inn London - West, a 225-room property including 75 new rooms and 150 refurbished rooms, which will operate under a franchise agreement with first-time IHG owner Mango Hotels. It sits on Western Avenue halfway between Heathrow airport and central London.

Meanwhile, the Holiday Inn London - Heathrow T5 is a converted 119-room hotel, which will operate under a franchise agreement with existing owner partner Arora Hotels.

Philip Lassman, director of development, UK & Ireland, IHG said: "Holiday Inn is one of the most iconic hotel brands in the world and its commitment to innovation makes it as relevant today as when it was founded more than 60 years ago."

There are currently nearly 3,500 Holiday Inn hotels globally with 278 Holiday Inn hotels in Europe and 36 in development.

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