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Thu, 18 August 2016

IHG Signs First Holiday Inn Express Hotel in Paraguay

InterContinental Hotels Group has signed the first Holiday Inn Express hotel in Paraguay.

The new-build 120-room Holiday Inn Express Asuncion Aviadores hotel will be centrally located in Paraguays capital city of Asuncion, and joins IHGs Crowne Plaza Asuncion hotel which is already open.

Jorge Apaez, Chief Operating Officer, Mexico, Latin America and Caribbean, IHG said:,IHG is pleased to introduce the Holiday Inn Express brand to Paraguay with the signing of this new property in Asuncion. Paraguay is one of the fastest-growing economies in Latin America, making this the ideal time to grow the IHG portfolio in the country.

Expected to be open by the end of 2018, the hotel will be located in the Aviadores area of Asuncion in close proximity to the World Trade Center Asuncion, Shopping del Sol and Paseo La Galeria. The hotel will also be only 15 minutes from the Silvio Pettrossi International Airport.

At the Holiday Inn Express in Asuncion, guests will be able to enjoy amenities including an outdoor swimming pool, 24-hour fitness center, complimentary high-speed internet access, meeting rooms and complimentary parking.

The hotel will also offer the brands complimentary Express Start breakfast bar, which features a full range of breakfast items, including regional and local dishes, a rotation of egg and meat selections, breads, yogurt, juices, fruit, pastries, cereals and coffee.

The hotel will be owned and managed by Ventura Inversiones S.A..

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