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IHG Hotels & Resorts announces expansion plans for the brand Hotel Indigo

The group aims to expand Hotel Indigo's presence in the global hotel market, particularly in Asia-Pacific

Hotel Indigo, part of the IHG Group's Luxury and Lifestyle Collection, is positioned at the top end of the Group's hotel brands. With its first opening in 2004, the brand, now established worldwide, is spreading widely in Europe and continuing its desire to expand.

In fact, 91 hotels with a total of more than 15,600 rooms are scheduled to open in the coming years. These projects will open in the coming years, with 18 hotels already in the years 2021, 31 openings scheduled for 2022, 19 in 2023 and 23 projects under development for 2024.

Various continents are concerned, with a more significant increase in the number of hotels in the Asia-Pacific region (55 hotels in the pipeline). A strong growth representing more than 10,000 rooms with projects mainly in China. Europe comes second with 17 planned openings, mainly in the UK, followed by North America with 14 planned openings. To a lesser extent, South America and the Middle East are two other destinations also considered in this expansion plan.

In the development plan for the APAC region, the first opening is planned in Jakarta in 2023. A 200-key hotel with cultural influences from the country and numerous services and areas such as a fitness centre and various food and beverage outlets. Other openings to follow include Hotel Indigo Xi'an Chanba Tengxun (2023) and Hotel Indigo Auckland (late 2022).

Each of the Indigo hotels is different and located in culturally rich locations to offer guests an authentic experience

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