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Article from BTNews 7 DECEMBER 2015

Terminal 4 double for IHG

Heathrow is preparing to welcome two new adjoining hotels in 2018 in the shape of the Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn Express Terminal 4.  Both brands are part of the Intercontinental Hotels Group.

An airbridge will give guests direct access to the terminal and to the London Underground and Heathrow Express.

The Crowne Plaza will have 300 bedrooms and business-orientated features including five meeting rooms and two boardrooms. The Holiday Inn Express will have 450 rooms, and a café and bar.

Robert Shepherd, IHG's chief development officer, Europe, said: “Dual-branded hotel developments are attractive for hotel investors because of the significant cost savings and operating efficiencies, and they give guests a choice of two great hotels in the one location depending on their needs.

“We’re confident this combination, coupled with the hotels’ great location will make these two properties the number-one choice for business and leisure guests travelling to and from London."

The hotels will operate under a franchise agreement with IHG and will be managed by Arora Hotels, a division of the Arora Group.   www.ihg.com

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