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InterContinental Hotels Group has welcomed Holiday Inn Moscow – Seligerskaya, in Russia’s culturally rich capital, to its portfolio.
Located north of the city, conveniently close to Sheremetyevo International Airport, just a ten-minute walk from upcoming metro station Seligerskaya (planned for opening in September 2017), and in close proximity to Moscow’s city centre, the hotel is an ideal base to venture out from.
Guests can enjoy an exciting mix of culture whilst visiting the capital, with the Tretyakov State Gallery, the iconic Bolshoi Theatre, the VDNH park with amazing sculptures and fountains, and the recently opened Moskvarium aquarium among the city’s highlights.
With 201 spacious rooms, the hotel features a unique atrium-style Open Lobby.
The Holiday Inn Open Lobby has transformed the traditional hotel lobby format by combining the front desk, restaurant, bar, lounge area and business centre into one open, cohesive space, while refreshing the design to give it a more contemporary feel.
The concept has been established by understanding how people use space at home in order to give guests the most flexibility, whether they’re looking to eat, relax, work, or have fun in one integrated space.
Ideal for corporate and business travellers, Holiday Inn Moscow – Seligerskaya features 12 conference rooms, which can accommodate up to 300 people, while a large auditorium is perfect for hosting big events.
Aron Libinson, associate vice president of operations and development, Russia, Georgia and the CIS, IHG said: “We are delighted to be adding to our Holiday Inn portfolio in Russia.
“From being the first brand to let Kids Stay and Eat Free, to introducing innovations such as the Open Lobby, the momentum behind the brand’s growth in Europe is exciting and we look forward to Holiday Inn Moscow – Seligerskaya becoming the hotel of choice for visitors to this incredible city.”