InterContinental Hotels Group expands its business with nearly 50 projects

 Thursday, June 27, 2019 


IHG announces continued strong momentum for its Avid hotels brand with nearly 50 projects approved for planning or currently under construction.   There are more than 180 avid hotels set to open in the coming years, and the avid hotels brand continues to deliver on the promise that its hotels are efficient to build, operate and maintain while also meeting guest demand for the basics done exceptionally well.



This week, the second and third avid hotels properties officially opened, the avid hotel Oklahoma City Airport and the avid hotel Tulsa South – Medical District. Both new hotels are located in high-demand areas of their respective cities to serve business and leisure travelers looking for a quality hotel at a great value.



Jennifer Gribble, Vice President, avid hotels, IHG, commented that in partnership with Champion Hotels and Hi-Tech Hospitality, they are excited to grow from one to three avid hotels properties now open. The impressive construction timeline is a compelling proof point of owner belief in the brand and strong consumer demand for a hotel stay that is laser-focused on the amenities and experiences that are most important, like a great night’s sleep, cleanliness and a fresh cup of coffee with a balanced breakfast offering.



From the moment travellers arrive, the avid hotels experience focuses on the travel essentials and a high-quality guest experience featuring modern design, eye-catching colors, plenty of natural light and a room designed for a great night’s rest. Now, the brand is enhancing its Good all round breakfast with new signature hot and hearty items: a breakfast sandwich and an egg scramble bowl, served on rotation daily at all avid hotels locations.





















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