(08 Sep 2021)
IHG has expanded its already considerable portfolio of
hotels in Singapore by rebranding the Park Hotel Farrer Park as
the Holiday Inn Singapore Little India.
Holiday Inn Singapore Little India will be the first in Singapore
to introduce new Holiday Inn brand hallmarks including a new
dining and workspace concept with a globally recognised F&B
The hotel is located in
the heart of Little India, adjacent to Farrer Park Hospital and
next to the Mustafa Centre and City Square Mall, providing direct access to Farrer Park MRT station through its
currently operates 11 hotels in Singapore across a range of brands
including Regent, InterContinental, Crowne Plaza, Hotel Indigo,
Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express. The company will debut the
voco Hotels brand in the country at the beginning of 2022 with
voco Orchard Singapore.
Kishin RK, Founder and CEO of RB Capital, one of
IHG’s partners and owner of the Holiday Inn Singapore Little India, said, “As
Singapore prepares to embark on the endemic COVID19 roadmap with
the gradual opening of its borders to international travel, I am
confident that the hospitality industry will bounce back strongly. It’s the perfect time to relaunch this hotel with
a new brand, new positioning and a design-led renovation so we are
poised for recovery and ideally positioned to contribute to
Singapore’s success as the country reopens.
“New attractions and infrastructure projects
planned for 2021 to 2030 bode well for the future demand of
tourism in Singapore. The Singapore government’s management of the
Covid crisis with the lowest fatality count globally has gained
the confidence and trust amongst corporations globally to explore
this city as an attractive hub for themselves and their
IHG now manages three of RB Capital’s Singapore
hotels – Holiday Inn Singapore Little India, Holiday Inn Express
Clarke Quay and InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay.
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