IHG Opens Holiday Inn Goa Candolim in North Goa

United Kingdom, Denham. September 10, 2021

IHG® Hotels & Resorts, one of the world's leading hotel companies, announced the grand opening of Holiday Inn Goa Candolim. Located in one of the most buzzing streets of North Goa, the hotel is just a few meters away from the pristine beaches, forts and other tourist attractions, creating a perfect setting for leisure and business stays.

Holiday Inn Goa Candolim features 106 spacious, stylish, modern rooms, all with an attached balcony, overlooking the scenic green landscapes of Sinquerim. The fully air-conditioned rooms are soundproof to allow for a great night's sleep and are fitted with a smart TV plus tea and coffee facilities. All rooms include a dedicated work area with a desk and multiple device connection options is perfect for those who want to get some work done in their room. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi and features an array of food offerings around the clock to ensure that all guests feel welcomed at any time of day or night.

The culinary experts at the hotel have put together a special menu at the Viva lounge & Bar, the all-day dining restaurant and the mixologist at the Atrium bar has created a range of handcrafted cocktails. The guests can also indulge with their favourite drink at the Shell Pool Bar while taking a dip in the swimming pool. The concierge team at the hotel curates customised experiences for guests to explore the tiny emerald state. The hotel also offers a 24-hour fitness centre and a business workspace.

The hotel is an ideal place for intimate weddings, social gatherings and conferences. Coral, the pillar less banquet hall at Holiday Inn Goa Candolim spans over 2,000 sq ft and 12.8ft clear ceiling height which can be converted into two separate venues. The outdoor lawn venue alongside the pool offers a perfect setting for exquisite events in the heart of the bustling Candolim.

Globally synonymous with offering guests an ideal setting to enable connections, Holiday Inn Goa Candolim features spaces to connect and unwind with friends and family. Its popular Kids Stay & Eat Free program welcomes families and ensures that our little guests are always well looked after.

Mr. Surajit Chatterjee, General Manager, Holiday Inn Goa Candolim said: "We are delighted to bring Holiday Inn to North Goa. Every aspect of the hotel from room decor, services and facilities to restaurant and bar offerings is strategically designed to provide guests with the unmatched comfort and hospitality that comes with staying at Holiday Inn. When visiting any IHG hotel, guests can be reassured that cleanliness is top of mind throughout each step of their stay. I am looking forward to present a world class experience for our guests."

Holiday Inn Goa Candolim and IHG Way of Clean

As part of the IHG family, Holiday Inn Goa Candolim will comply with IHG's Way of Clean industry-leading standards, including the new IHG Clean Promise. IHG's global Clean Promise was announced in May as part of an overhaul of IHG Way of Clean to introduce heightened cleanliness standards to protect guests in the wake of COVID. Using new, science-led protocols and service measures, partnering with industry leading experts Cleveland Clinic, Ecolab and Diversey, and launching a global IHG Clean Promise, these strengthened measures will give guests greater confidence and hotel teams the protection needed.

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