UK's Kew Green Hotels acquires four Holiday Inns

Kew Green Hotels has acquired four Holiday Inn hotels from Stardon Capital Investments for an undisclosed sum. The four hotels are located in Brighton, Norwich, Leeds and East Kilbride and will now undergo a comprehensive renovation by Kew Green’s in-house Capital Projects Team.

Paul Johnson, CEO of Kew Green Hotel, said: “We are delighted to have acquired these hotels and look forward to seeing them develop as we refurbish them.This acquisition is part of our strategy to expand our UK portfolio to in excess of 60 hotels through a mix of single asset and portfolio acquisitions.”

Kew Green Hotels now operates 31 hotels across the UK under six brands; Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Crowne Plaza, Days Hotel, Ramada and Courtyard by Marriott. They also operate The Richmond Hill Hotel in South West London.

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