Club InterContinental launches new website

Hotel brand introduces a dedicated website to book exclusive services under the programme

Club Intercon has introduced new website
Club Intercon has introduced new website

InterContinental Hotels & Resorts has launched a dedicated website making Club InterContinental more accessible for guests looking to book its services online.

Bruce Ryde, director brand marketing, luxury & lifestyle brands, IHG Asia, Middle East & Africa said: “Club InterContinental offering focuses on providing a personalised end to end experience for guests, from the moment they make a reservation to stay at an InterContinental hotel or resort until the end of their stay.”

A combination of bespoke experiences and service will bring Club InterContinental to life for valued guests among them a

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Wi-Fi connectivity in the vehicle, a gourmet breakfast buffet, complimentary pressing, a daily turndown service, a dedicated Club InterContinental room, evening drinks and light dining are all on offer for Club InterContinental.

InterContinental hotels and resorts’ offerings in the Middle East include the newly opened InterContinental Dubai Marina, the InterContinental Dubai Festival City and the InterContinental Jeddah.

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