IHG Opens Holiday Inn Express & Suites Puebla Angelopolis
Friday June 6th, 2014 - 10:18AM PB
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PUEBLA, MEXICO—InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has opened the 148-room Holiday Inn Express & Suites Puebla Angelopolis Hotel, here.
"Today Puebla is the fourth-largest metropolitan area in Mexico, and we are very proud to welcome the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Puebla Angelopolis hotel to this vibrant city," said Gerardo Murray, VP of distribution and commercial marketing, Mexico, Latin America & Caribbean, IHG. "Business and leisure travelers will appreciate the convenient location to many local businesses, dining and entertainment venues.”
The opening also represents the fifth IHG property in Puebla, including two Holiday Inn Hotels, one InterContinental Hotel and two Holiday Inn Express hotels, the company added.
Guestrooms in the hotel—which features 18 suites and two master suites in a 14-story building—also come with a 42-in. HD flat-screen TV, queen or king-sized beds, a sitting area with a lounge chair and an in-room coffee machine featuring complimentary Smart Roast 100% Arabica coffee. Each room also offers the SimplySmart shower, which incorporates a proprietary Stay Smart Kohler showerhead, signature shower curtain with curved rod and upgraded cotton terry towels and bath products. Other amenities include complimentary Internet, three meeting rooms with capacity for 40 people, fitness center, panoramic swimming pool on the 14th floor and a business center that will be open 24 hours.
Owned and managed by Servicios de Hoteleria Xalva S.A. de C.V. the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Puebla Angelopolis hotel is franchised by an affiliate of IHG.
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