IHG opens Holiday Inn & Suites Makati

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) is continuing to increase its presence in the Philippines with the opening of Holiday Inn & Suites Makati. The hotel is the fifth IHG hotel in the country and the third Holiday Inn hotel. The 348-room hotel is in the Makati Central Business District, with direct access to local shopping and recreational areas.

Holiday Inn & Suites Makati offers a variety of rooms, including 516-square-foot Junior Suites and 678-square-foot Executive Suites, as well as the 1,001-square-foot Makati Suite. All rooms have child-friendly options inside the mini bar, and activity kits for children. Executive Suites have a separate bunk bed area for two children, as well as a king bed for parents. It has a living room with two LED TVs, and a kitchenette with induction cooker and sink. The hotel’s Makati Suite has two bedrooms, a living room and a kitchenette. Other options include: a choice of “firm” or “soft” pillows, duck-down duvets, and white linen in the bedrooms; and adjustable power showers and a variety of bath products in the bathrooms. Free Internet access is available, and all 348 rooms have a 40 inch LED TV.

Dining venues include Flavours, Citron Lobby Bar and Oz Bar.

Holiday Inn & Suites Makati joins its sister hotels in the Philippines, Holiday Inn Clark and Holiday Inn Manila Galleria, as well as InterContinental Manila and Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria.

IHG has nine hotel brands including InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, Hotel Indigo, Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts, Holiday Inn Hotels and Resorts, Holiday Inn Express, Staybridge Suites, Candlewood Suites, EVEN Hotels and HUALUXE Hotels & Resorts. IHG also manages Priority Club Rewards. IHG franchises, leases, manages or owns over 4,600 hotels and more than 675,000 guest rooms in nearly 100 countries and territories.

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