InterContinental Hotels lodging brand Holiday Inn has unveiled a 14-storey hotel at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.
The 323-room hotel is outfitted with a glass-ceiling atrium and guestrooms with balconies offering views of the resort’s nightly firework shows.
Along with restaurants, the property includes a fitness complex, a jogging and exercise path, a heated swimming and connected lap pool, an outdoor hot tub and sun deck, and a game room.
The property also marks the $1bn global relaunch programme of the Holiday Inn brand.
The brand has relaunched 1,800 hotels, the company said.
InterContinental Hotels Group owns over 4,400 hotels across the globe while Holiday Inn Hotels and Resorts owns 1,300 hotels worldwide.