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IHG signs Hotel Indigo in Hong Kong

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InterContinental Hotels Group today signed a management contract for its first Hotel Indigo in Hong Kong.

 The agreement with Tai Hung Fai Enterprise, a real estate developer that owns over 100 properties across Hong Kong and Macau, will see the 150-room Hotel Indigo Hong Kong QRE welcome guests in 2012.

The hotel will be located in Wanchai, a distinctive district on Hong Kong Island known for its long and interesting history, as well as its vibrant nightlife.

“This agreement with Tai Hung Fai for a Hotel Indigo in Hong Kong underscores our ambitions to address the growing consumer need for more distinctive and unique lodging experiences,” said Keith Barr, managing director of IHG Greater China. “Hotel Indigo generates high guest satisfaction and returns for hotel owners by bringing the charm of the local neighborhood to life within the hotels.”

The Hotel Indigo Hong Kong QRE will be located along Queen’s Road East in Wanchai, an area rich with historical sites, such as the Old Wanchai post office. The district is also alive with Chinese wedding card and accessory shops, tea houses, and pawn shops, all of which have witnessed the evolution of this metropolitan city. Juxtaposed with the traditional are new entertainment outlets and restaurants together with trendy interior decoration boutiques.

IHG first launched the brand in Asia Pacific in October 2008. It subsequently signed the first Hotel Indigo on Pier 16 on the Bund in Shanghai. Along with its historic and world renowned locale, the hotel offers panoramic views of Shanghai and is on schedule to welcome guests in 2010.

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