IHG signs new midscale hotel with Holiday Inn Dubai Deira Islands

With this property, the group will further its presence in the midscale hotel market

InterContinental Hotels Group has signed a management agreement to develop a new Holiday Inn hotel
InterContinental Hotels Group has signed a management agreement to develop a new Holiday Inn hotel

InterContinental Hotels Group will be developing a Holiday Inn hotel at the Dubai Deira Islands.

Expected to open in 2023, the 170-key hotel is being built on the man-made Dubai Deira Islands that will feature 3,000 apartments, hotel rooms, a mall, night souk, a large amphitheatre and a marina.

Officials said that the agreement is aligned with IHG’s strategy to increase its midscale offering in the Middle East.

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Speaking about the property, Pascal Gauvin, MD, India, Middle East & Africa, IHG said: “As the Middle East continues to develop as a business hub and tourist destination, we are committed to accelerating our growth and diversify our offering to cater to the needs of varied guest profiles visiting the region. This is the sixth signing for our midscale portfolio in the Middle East, this year, and we are very pleased with the strong progress we are making in this segment.”

The Holiday Inn Dubai Deira Islands will feature guest rooms, facilities that incude a business centre, three meeting rooms, a gymnasium and an outdoor pool. The property will also have two dining venues.

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