Holiday Inn Express Hotel Mountain View - S Palo Alto opens

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) opened the Holiday Inn Express Hotel Mountain View – S Palo Alto. The three-story 46-room hotel adds to the IHG portfolio in the Mountain View and Palo Alto areas and is opening after investments of over $1 million in renovations by the ownership.

The renovated hotel is designed with the Holiday Inn brand family’s $1 billion global brand relaunch in mind. The hotel has an image with emphasis on arrival and welcome services, guestroom and guest bath comfort and a redesigned logo and signage.

The hotel is located just a mile and a half from numerous prominent technology companies. Nearby attractions also include the Levi’s Stadium – the new home of the San Francisco 49ers – and the Computer History Museum, in the heart of Silicon Valley.

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All rooms at the hotel are equipped with refrigerators and microwave ovens. The new hotel offers guests a 24-hour fitness center, swimming pool, complimentary high-speed Internet access and a business center with PC computers. Business travelers will find large desks with ergonomic chairs, free local phone and toll free, phones with private voicemail and complimentary USA TODAY newspapers.

The Holiday Inn Express Mountain View – S Palo Alto, is owned and managed by RPK Investment is franchised by an affiliate of IHG. 

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