Holiday Inn Club Vacations Brand Unveils First Property in Virginia
Tuesday April 1st, 2014 - 1:41PM PB
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WILLIAMSBURG, VA—Together with Orange Lake Resorts, IHG’s Holiday Inn Club Vacations brand has added an 11th location to its portfolio of vacation resorts, a 130-unit resort located near historic Colonial Williamsburg.
Don Harrill, CEO of Orange Lake Resorts, home to Holiday Inn Club Vacations, stated, “All the villas have been redesigned and we have added upscale accommodations and new amenities at the Holiday Inn Club Vacations at Williamsburg Resort to deliver exactly what our owners and guests are looking for when it comes to a family-friendly resort offering.”
As with all Holiday Inn Club Vacations resorts, the Holiday Inn Club Vacations at Williamsburg Resort offers one and two-bedroom villas ranging from 704 sq. ft. to 1,100 sq. ft. The resort will offer many amenities for guests including: an activity center, game room, indoor pool, two outdoor pools, patio area with grills, bowling lanes, mini golf course, and a fitness center. There will also be a market offering grab-and-go food choices as well as Starbucks coffee.
“The leisure market continues to grow twice as fast as the business market, and we’re able to capitalize on this by further expanding the Holiday Inn Club Vacations brand in top leisure destinations across the U.S.,” stated Heather Balsley, SVP, Americas Holiday Inn Brand Family. “The Holiday Inn Club Vacations at Williamsburg Resort property offers spacious villa accommodations with access to many local attractions making it a strong addition to the growing Holiday Inn Club Vacations brand portfolio.”
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