Thursday, April 19, 2018

299 room Holiday Inn Express hotel announced for 2020

IHG and partner Pro-invest have announced plans to open Holiday Inn Express Melbourne Little Collins in 2020.

The select service hotel will add 299 rooms to Melbourne’s boutique Little Collins Street.

Running parallel to prominent and iconic Collins Street, the area is home to major retailers, boutique designers and corporate offices, as well as being a stone’s throw from Southern Cross station and tram stops.

Ron Barrott, Chief Executive Officer at Pro-invest Group, says:

“This milestone reaffirms the great partnership we have with IHG and the brand’s unique ability to provide guests with the service and experience they require. Melbourne continues to experience significant demand so it’s a great time to be opening a new hotel.”

The hotel will feature a fitness centre, meeting and laundry facilities, and the ‘Great Room’ with a complimentary guest breakfast buffet and a grab-and-go-style market pantry, along with great city views, frictionless service, faster check-in, restful night’s sleep, and everything guests need for a great stay.

The signing comes shortly after the unveiling of Holiday Inn Express Brisbane, which officially opened its doors in April 2017, making it the second Holiday Inn Express to open after Macquarie Park. IHG and Pro-invest have already announced Holiday Inn Express signings in Adelaide, Newcastle, Melbourne Southbank and Queenstown, all of which will open within the next three years.

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