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IHG Signs Two Holiday Inn Hotels in Germany

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InterContinental Hotels Group has signed two more Holiday Inn hotels in Germany: Holiday Inn Dresden – Am Zwinger and Holiday Inn Hamburg – HafenCity.

 Operating under a franchise agreement Holiday Inn Dresden – Am Zwinger will be managed by All Stars Hotels Management Company and open towards the end of this year. The property will be converted from an office building into a 144-room hotel with five meeting rooms, a gym and a bar and lounge area.

The hotel will occupy a prime city centre location nearby Dresden’s old centre, the town’s shopping district and the popular Semper Opera.

Holiday Inn Hamburg – HafenCity will be a newly constructed 265-room hotel operating under a franchise agreement with  Tristar Hotel und Management GmbH, the group’s 6th hotel with IHG. The hotel due to open in the spring of 2017 boasts 600m2 of meeting space and will feature Holiday Inn’s signature Open Lobby.

The hotel will be located in one of Europe’s largest redevelopment areas – HafenCity neighbourhood. The area previously occupied by old port warehouses has been replaced with newly designed offices, hotels, houses and retail areas.

Rene Schappner, Director of Development for Germany, IHG said, “Germany is a priority market for us and these two signings are great examples of our expansion here. Holiday Inn is one of the most recognised hotel brands in the world and both hotels are located in ideal spots and will soon be ready to welcome domestic and international guests to stay with them.”

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