Holiday Inn Express Expands Presence in The UK With Opening of Holiday Inn Express Cambridge West – Cambourne

United Kingdom, Denham. May 24, 2022

IHG Hotels & Resorts, one of the world's leading hotel groups, has opened its 146th Holiday Inn Express property in the United Kingdom, with the opening of Holiday Inn Express Cambridge West - Cambourne. The newly completed hotel is located between the city of Cambridge and Cambourne Business Park, allowing convenient accommodation options for both business travellers and tourists alike.

The hotel, which has been designed with smart, savvy travellers in mind, offers a truly contemporary hotel experience. All 144 bedrooms feature the Holiday Inn Express Next Generation room design, aimed at enhancing guest experience and equipping travellers with everything they need for a great stay. Key features include blackout curtains, high-quality bedding, a power shower, and free high-speed Wi-Fi. Rooms are also fitted with smart design features such as a flexible workspace, a flat screen TV where guests can mirror content from their phones, ergonomically designed chairs and ample USB ports and plug sockets next to the bed. In the hotel's lobby, guests will find tables with integrated power - all part of the brand's Next Generation design solutions. A mix of seating styles provide a welcoming space for guests to work or relax.

As with all Holiday Inn Express hotels, guests will have an Express Start Breakfast included in the price. Each morning, they are able to choose from a variety of high-quality, carefully selected healthy and hearty options to fuel up for the day ahead. Holiday Inn Express Cambridge West - Cambourne also has an onsite all-day restaurant, which will serve lunch and dinner along with breakfast. Those staying for business will have access to bespoke business solutions including 16 fully equipped private meeting rooms and working areas within the hotel's lobby. Thanks to the stunning floor to ceiling windows, meeting rooms can also be used for private gatherings outside of business.

Ilhan Kose, General Manager of Holiday Inn Express Cambridge West - Cambourne, commented: "It's been an absolutely wonderful experience opening the hotel. We appreciate the support we've received from our local community, and we're relishing the opportunity to welcome guests for both business and leisure and the whole team has been so appreciative of the local support we have received so far."

Holiday Inn Express is IHG's largest and fastest growing hotel brand globally with over 3,000 hotels open and 645 hotels set to open in the next few years. Across Europe, there are 280 Holiday Inn Express hotels open and over 65 due to open in the next 3-5 years.

Rooms at Holiday Inn Express Cambridge West - Cambourne will start at £81 per night. Guests should book direct through ihg.com and sign up (for free) to be an IHG One Rewards member - giving them more flexibility and control with the ability to choose to be rewarded in their own way by offering more choice, value and relevant benefits than ever before.

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