IHG signs contract to manage Hotel in Los Angeles

Travel News Asia Monday, 5 February 2007

InterContinental Hotels Group has signed a contract with Sumitomo Realty & Development Co., Ltd. to manage the InterContinental Los Angeles Century City, located at 2151 Avenue of the Stars in Los Angeles, California.

The 363-room hotel, owned by Tokyo-based Sumitomo Realty, will be managed by IHGs Americas operations division, The Hotel Management Group, under a long term management contract, effective January 10th 2007. 

Formerly the Park Hyatt, the re-flagged 363-room property offers private balconies with city and mountain views and 12,500 square feet of function space. Guests can take advantage of the central location in the heart of Century City, just minutes away from Westwood, Bel Air and Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.

We have been looking for an opportunity to expand IHGs presence in Los Angeles with the introduction of the InterContinental brand to the market, said Kirk Kinsell, SVP and chief development officer, The Americas, InterContinental Hotels Group. This new deal reflects the brand vision and further solidifies our growth of luxury properties in the United States.

IHG continues to strengthen its collection of properties in the Americas region. The InterContinental Milwaukee opened its doors at the end of 2006. The company also announced several new hotels that will open over the next few years, including the InterContinental San Francisco, InterContinental Sacramento, InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa in Scottsdale, Ariz., and the InterContinental Resort & Residences Orlando, Fla.

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