16 MARCH 2015


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Article from BTNews 16 MARCH 2015

Leonardo Hotel Heathrow

Israel’s largest hotel group, and very strong in Europe, Leonardo Hotels, opens its first UK hotel today (Monday 16 March). The property will be familiar to many, previously the circular Holiday Inn London Heathrow at the junction of the Bath Road and the A437 to Harlington.  It has 230 rooms.

Saar Sharon is Managing Director of Leonardo Hotels UK.  He was previously with PPHE Hotel Group:  “We are pleased to announce that with this exciting hotel opening we are now poised for growth in the UK market. London Heathrow is a global hub where we can offer our guests an attractive hotel stay, build our UK business and continue to pursue our rigorous commitment to offer additional European destinations.”

Leonardo Hotels is the European division of the Fattal Hotels Group, which was founded by David Fattal in 1998. Since 2007 it has also been present in the European market and is represented in Austria, Belgium, Germany,  Hungary and Switzerland with more than 85 hotels and its European headquarters in Berlin.  www.leonardo-hotels.com

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