IHG, Conygar partner to bring two hotel brands to Nottingham, UK

8th January 2021 (Last Updated January 8th, 2021 16:17)

Hospitality company InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has entered partnership with Conygar to bring two of its brands to Nottingham, UK.

IHG, Conygar partner to bring two hotel brands to Nottingham, UK
IHG brings its Hotel Indigo and Staybridge Suites brands to Nottingham, UK. Credit: Nicolas Henderson.

Hospitality company InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has entered partnership with Conygar to bring two of its brands to Nottingham, UK.

As part of a management agreement signed by the two companies, IHG’s Hotel Indigo and Staybridge Suites brands will be brought to the city.

Hotel Indigo is an upscale boutique hotel brand and Staybridge Suites is an extended stay offering.

The two hotel brands will be part of a multi-million-pound scheme in Nottingham.

Conygar Richard Watson said: “The Island Quarter is one of the most significant city centre regeneration schemes in the UK at the moment, and it was vital that the hotel brand which we brought to the development was reflective of that.

“We are absolutely delighted to have agreed terms with the team at IHG to bring its Hotel Indigo and Staybridge Suites brands to Nottingham.

The proposed 17-storey dual-branded hotel will comprise of 223 bedrooms and suites, of which 155 will be in Hotel Indigo.

The remaining 68 rooms, which are expected to focus on multi-night business and leisure travellers, are for Staybridge Suites.

Guests at Staybridge Suites can enjoy services such as a 24-hour fitness room and storage lockers. It will also feature a communal ‘outdoor living room’, which will be equipped with firepit, grilling areas and covered seating.

The dual-branded hotel operation will be managed by IHG and are part of the latest stage of the Island Quarter development.

IHG UK & Ireland managing director Karan Khanna said: “These new properties will add to IHG’s presence in the City, sitting alongside our existing Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn hotels.

“As we begin 2021 these new hotel signings show the confidence that owners and investors have in IHG and our potential for continued growth for when travel can finally resume.”

In September last year, IHG opened 166-room Hotel Indigo in Bath.

IHG currently operates more than 350 hotels under various brands.