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IHG extends partnership with RB Capital to bring Holiday Inn to Singapore

Holiday Inn Singapore Little India takes the strategic collaboration between the two groups to nearly 1,000 keys across three locations in Singapore.

Located in the heart of Little India, adjacent to Farrer Park Hospital and shopping malls, Holiday Inn Singapore Little India will be the first hotel in Singapore to introduce new Holiday Inn brand features, including a new dining and workspace concept with a globally recognized F&B partner.

On Sept. 7, the 300-room Holiday Inn Singapore Little India will change its name to Park Hotel Farrer Park, before undergoing a renovation that will give it a new identity and positioning.

We are delighted to extend our partnership with RB Capital to a new brand and location in Singapore. We have worked closely together for many years to bring branded hotels to the city.

The Holiday Inn Singapore Little India, located in one of Singapore's most vibrant, culturally and historically rich and traveler-friendly neighborhoods, will be a great addition to our portfolio and a wonderful, contemporary example of the next generation of Holiday Inn hotels.

Rajit Sukumaran, managing director, Southeast Asia and Korea, IHG


It's the perfect time to relaunch this hotel with a new brand, new positioning and a design-led renovation. So we are ready for the recovery and ideally positioned to contribute to Singapore's success when it reopens.

The Singaporean government's handling of the Covid crisis, which had the lowest mortality rate in the world, has generated confidence in companies around the world to see the city as a magnet for themselves and their businesses.

Kishin RK, founder and CEO of RB Capital

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