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RBH to Manage Holiday Inn Express Bridgwater

Redefine|BDL Hotels (RBH) has won a contract to manage the upcoming Holiday Inn Express Bridgwater
in England.

Scheduled to open in early 2019, the 138-bedroom property
is located within the
Regional Rural Business Centre, close to the M5 motorway.

 The
hotel will help support accommodation requirements in the region
related to the Hinkley Point C development by EDF Energy.

The new hotel will offer a spacious bar/restaurant
area and two separate meeting rooms as well as on-site car
parking.


Holiday Inn Express Bridgwater. Click to enlarge.

Tim Wheeldon, Managing Director for Zeal Hotels, said, “We are
excited to get this hotel project under way. Once opened, Holiday
Inn Express Bridgwater will complement existing local need for
accommodation, in addition to the demand from the increasing
number of travellers using the M5 to get to and from Devon and
Cornwall during the holiday season. EDF Energy and its
suppliers will also benefit with the addition of further bedrooms
and meeting facilities in the area. We are pleased to appoint RBH
to manage the hotel for us as they will bring a wealth of
professional management experience to the team.”

RBH currently operates a portfolio of more than 75 hotels,
including 26 luxury properties. It already manages 18 Holiday Inn
Express properties across the country, as well as an additional
three Holiday Inns. RBH’s portfolio includes private label and
branded properties, including IHG, Hilton, Accor, Marriott and
Wyndham hotels.

Andrew Robb, Chief Business Development
Officer for RBH, said, “We are one
of the most experienced operators of IHG hotels in the UK, having
operated numerous properties under the Holiday Inn Express,
Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza brands, and look forward to
continuing our partnership with IHG with this development.”

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