Monday, February 19, 2018

Holiday Inn Express opens its doors in central Brisbane

Holiday Inn Express Brisbane Central is bringing to savvy travellers visiting downtown Brisbane, with an official launch last week.

The hotel offers everything guests need and more, appealing to travellers seeking a place to rest, recharge and can get on their way.

Showing off its 226 rooms and expansive public spaces, the hotel brand officially opened in Brisbane’s Spring Hill in a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk, Brisbane Marketing CEO John Aitken, Karin Sheppard, Chief Operating Officer at IHG and Phil Kasselis, Managing Director at Pro-invest Group.

Michael Foster, Holiday Inn Express Brisbane Central Hotel Manager said:

“Holiday Inn Express Brisbane Central is the perfect destination for guests on the go, who need a place to rest and recharge so that they can get on their way. We offer a no fuss experience that gives guests exactly what they need from a hotel stay.”

There are currently 2,497 Holiday Inn Express hotels (more than 247,000 rooms) open across the globe. 34 of these are in the Asia, Middle East and Africa (AMEA*) region, growing to 69 hotels in the next five years.

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