Sirius Hospitality Holding and IHG Sign for First avid™ Hotel in Germany

United Kingdom, Denham. March 25, 2019

IHG® (InterContinental Hotels Group), one of the world's leading hotel companies, and Germany-based Sirius Hospitality Holding GmbH announce the signing of the first avid™ hotel in Germany which is due to open at Frankfurt Airport.

The avid hotels brand was thoughtfully designed for travellers who want a hotel experience that meets their expectations for the type of hospitality they value most - the basics done exceptionally well at a fair price. The first avid hotel signed in Germany will be strategically located at Frankfurt Airport, the fourth-largest international airport in Europe and number 14 worldwide. The hotel will be a five-story, new-build hotel with 215 guest rooms and underground parking. Construction is planned to start later this year and the hotel is expected to open in 2021.

avid hotels is the future of everyday travel, where the essentials are done right. Every time. Listening to travellers' needs, the brand has been specifically designed to deliver:

Clear and simple booking: The avid hotels brand will leverage the latest in technology to enable a seamless experience for our guests including next generation reservation system and IHG® Connect enhanced Wi-Fi technology. Rooms designed for sound sleep: Delivering a best-in-class sleep experience, with rooms intentionally designed for reliable rest. This includes a high-quality mattress and linens, choice of firm and soft pillows, black out roller shades and a purposeful design that reduces noise. Breakfast and beyond: A select number of high-quality breakfast items will be included in the room rate for guests to grab-and-go or enjoy in the lobby, alongside around-the-clock complimentary premium coffee experience. Additionally, a well curated 24-hour marketplace offers food, drinks and everyday essentials. avid hotels guarantee: the brand is committed to great stays and has developed the avid hotels guantee to ensure that the room will be 'just right' upon arrival so that guests can rest assured that they made the right decision by choosing avid hotels. 

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