IHG signs two new Germany hotels

IHG signed two new hotels in Germany under two existing multiple development agreements (MDAs) in place with long standing partners.

Holiday Inn Express Siegen will be a newly constructed 120-room hotel operating under a franchise agreement with existing MDA partner Tristar Hotel & Management. The property will be the first IHG hotel to open in Siegen. Due to open towards the end of 2015, the hotel is centrally located on an intersection in the heart of the city; and within walking distance of the main rail station.

Meanwhile the newly constructed 213-room Holiday Inn Düsseldorf – Toulouser Allee will mark the Holiday Inn brand's return to Düsseldorf. The hotel, which is due to open in 2016, will operate under a franchise agreement with existing MDA partner Arcadia Hotelbetriebs which currently operates Holiday Inn Munich South, Holiday Inn Express Gütersloh, Holiday Inn Express Osnabrück and Holiday Inn Salzburg. The hotel is located in the redeveloped area “Le Quartier Central“ close to the city center and is a ten-minute drive from Düsseldorf Airport.

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