IHG Opens Holiday Inn Monterrey Valle
Thursday February 27th, 2014 - 9:34AM P
| | | | | | | | | | |
These are shortcuts to your favorite social networking and bookmark sites. Add this story to your Facebook page, del.icio.us, DiggIt, and many others!
MONTERREY, MEXICO—IHG has opened the Holiday Inn Monterrey Valle hotel, the 10th IHG hotel in Monterrey, including two Crowne Plaza hotels, three Holiday Inn hotels, three Holiday Inn Express hotels and one Staybridge Suites hotel.
The Holiday Inn Monterrey Valle hotel is located in San Pedro Garza García and is surrounded by major national and international corporate offices including LAMOSA, Teleperformance, Alestra, Deloitte and PepsiCo, among others.
The hotel design creates a familiar atmosphere that is warm, trend forward and comfortable, according to the company. Guestrooms include business-focused amenities such as ergonomic workstations and data ports. They also feature bathrooms with a multifunctional showerhead, as well as a signature shower curtain with curved rod and Bath & Body Works White Citrus bath products. Additionally, each room features double, queen or king-sized beds, a sitting area with a lounge chair, hairdryer, coffeemaker, iron and ironing board.
The 198-room property includes seven suites. Other amenities include five meeting rooms that can hold up to 80 people, a heated swimming pool and a fitness center. The hotel’s restaurant, Los Alcatraces, features a variety of cuisines and dining options from breakfast to a buffet dinner; the hotel also offers Bar El Refugio del Pintor.
The Holiday Inn Monterrey Valle hotel was designed with the Holiday Inn brand family’s $1 billion global brand re-launch in mind. Owned and managed by Fibra Inn., the Holiday Inn Monterrey Valle hotel is franchised by an affiliate of IHG.
Tags: IHG • Holiday Inn Monterrey Valle • Mexico • Fibra Inn • Hospitality • Openings •
For the past few years, the talk of The Lodging Conference in Phoenix had been focused on the economic recovery, solid industry projections and “cautious optimism.” With the word cautious no longer necessary, the economic outlook took a backseat this year to the seemingly unending parade of new lifestyle brands.