Rezidor Signs Park Inn London Wembley

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 11 April 2011

Rezidor has expanded its Park Inn portfolio with the signing of the Park Inn London Wembley. The 235-room hotel is scheduled to welcome its first guests in Q2 2012.

Park Inn London Wembley will be a mid-market hotel located 6 km away from central London on Olympic Way, a pedestrian zone leading to the main entrance of Wembley Stadium (300m).

The stadium, which has been the official home to English football since 1923, was fully reconstructed in 200,7 and is today the countrys leading venue for sports, music and entertainment. With a capacity of 90,000 it will host the football matches during the 2012 Olympics.

Also nearby is Wembley Arena, which has hosted musical greats including the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, The Who and Madonna.

Wembley is a rapidly-growing part of London, with the massive Wembley City development under construction. Wembley City will offer a mix of offices, restaurants, bars, a multiplex cinema, state-of-the-art leisure facilities, public squares, student accommodation and luxury apartments.

Besides 235 modern and comfortable guest rooms, Park Inn London Wembley will offer 1 restaurant, 1 bar, 300m2 of meeting facilities, and a gym. Construction has already commenced with opening scheduled for before the Olympic Games in 2012.

Park Inn is one of our core brands and is currently being refreshed we promote Park Inns new look and feel with a huge marketing campaign across the UK. The signing of Park Inn London Wembley comes at a perfect time and will further strengthen our brand awareness in the capital city and the country, said Kurt Ritter, President & CEO of Rezidor.

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