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InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has announced the signing of Kimpton Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The hotel is signed under a management agreement with Omnam Group and is set to open in 2022.

InterContinental (IHG) Cairo Citystars, Holiday Inn Cairo Citystars and Staybridge Suites Cairo Citystars team recently visited 57357 Children’s Cancer hospital as part of their ongoing support to the community.


InterContinental Cairo Citystars, Holiday Inn Cairo Citystars and Staybridge Suites Cairo Citystars recently celebrated the graduation of 159 IHG Academy students. Graduated students received their certificates after completing two-month training in different hotel sections. Traineeship program included practical on-job training in front office, food and veverage, kitchen, finance, human resources and marketing.

The Whitsunday Islands will welcome a new era of luxury in 2019 with the signing of a management agreement that will see IHG take over management of Hayman Island, rebranding it as Hayman Island, by InterContinental.

Kimpton Tokyo Shinjuku by IHG and Tsukada Global Holdings is anticipated to open in Tokyo, Japan in 2020.

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has signed a management agreement with Pearl Grand Tower Hotel, to bring back the InterContinental brand to the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo.

Almost two thirds (61 percent) of Brits admit gaining weight after being on a trip, with more than one in three (36 percent) admitting to eating nearly 1,000 additional calories a day when travelling, according to new research.

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) announced a partnership with SDB Developers to bring a second Holiday Inn hotel to Kolkata, India.

In their recent Hotel Construction Pipeline Trend Report for Europe, analysts at global real estate intelligence provider Lodging Econometrics (LE) listed AccorHotels, with 209 Projects/26,936 Rooms, as the top global hotel company.

New research from InterContinental Hotel & Resorts (IHG) unveiled a large number of Australians, 32 percent, are simply too busy with work to take some much-needed rest and relaxation.