IHG opens ninth property in Argentina

 

The InterContinental Nordelta Tigre - Buenos Aires Hotel is the ninth IHG property in Argentina.

MIAMI – On July 6, InterContinental Hotels Group opened InterContinental Nordelta Tigre - Buenos Aires Hotel, Residences & Spa, IHG’s ninth overall property in Argentina. The hotel is owned by Complejo Bahia, S.A. and will be managed under a long-term agreement by IHG’s Americas division. 



The InterContinental Nordelta Tigre - Buenos Aires is comprised of 149 guestrooms including 20 suites. The hotel is located on the Bahia Grande in Tigre and within Nordelta, in the northern part of Buenos Aires, approximately 20 miles (33 km) from the city center.



The InterContinental Nordelta Tigre - Buenos Aires includes a spa, fitness center, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, six meeting rooms with a capacity of up to 600 people, two restaurants and a bar. Guests at the hotel will also enjoy a convenient location on the Lago Central which offers a marina, boat slips and a direct entranceway to the Rio Lujan, which provides access to a wide range of water sports and recreational activities. 



The exclusive mixed-use, master-planned community of Nordelta has an array of amenities and offerings that includes residences, restaurants, shops, a marina and a Jack Nicklaus designed golf course, as well as a shopping mall, medical center, sports club, soccer and tennis facilities, playgrounds, and a private country club.

The InterContinental Nordelta Tigre - Buenos Aires Hotel, Residences and Spa joins the InterContinental Buenos Aires, which is situated in the city’s financial district, and the 180-guest room InterContinental Mendoza, which opened at the end of last year.

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