Sunday, February 17, 2019

Adelaide welcomes its first Holiday Inn Express

IHG’s hotel brand has debuted in South Australia following the opening of its newest hotel, Holiday Inn Express Adelaide City Centre.

The nine-level, 245 room hotel in Adelaide’s CBD capitalises on Adelaide’s renewed focus on the city’s north west quarter. It is the third Holiday Inn Express to be opened in Australia by Pro-invest Group following the launch of their Sydney and Brisbane properties.

Pro-invest Group chief executive Ronald Barrott said the company is pleased to add to the vibrancy that continues to emerge in Adelaide.

“Our hotel offering is ideal for those business or leisure travellers looking for smart hotel solutions in the heart of the CBD. It’s also well timed, with the opening of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital and the Adelaide Convention Centre’s East Building, in addition to the pending Riverbank development, Adelaide Casino expansion and the current laneways project,” Mr Barrott said.

“There is so much to look forward to in Adelaide and we’re proud to be a part of it, investing in what is already a relatively strong tourism industry.”

Hotel Manager Kirra Stott says Holiday Inn Express Adelaide City Centre offers guests more where it matters most from a convenient location in the heart of the city and exceptional facilities.

“This includes comfy beds and choice of pillow, free uncapped Wi-Fi and our free Express Start Buffet Breakfast or Grab and Go option to help people get their day started right. So we stay true to our STAY SMART philosophy as we offer our guests everything they need and more where it matters most,” Kirra said.

The hotel was officially opened with a ceremonial ribbon cutting by Pro-invest Group chief executive Ronald Barrott. Also attending the launch event was Tourism minister Leon Bignell.

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