Kew Green Hotels has expanded its portfolio to 30 properties in the UK, with the addition of four Holiday Inn hotels.
The properties, located in Glasgow East Kilbride, Leeds Garforth, Norwich Airport and Brighton Seafront, feature restaurants and bars, health clubs, meeting rooms, car parking and Wi-Fi.
The hotels’ fitness clubs, previously known as Triangle Health and Fitness, have been rebranded to Health Central, a Kew Green brand.
Kew Green Hotels CEO Paul Johnson said that the group has collaborated with the owners to provide a strategic solution to the hotels, and looks forward to realising their potential and maximising owner returns.
In November this year, Kew Green took over the management of three Hilton hotels located in Braintree, Birmingham and Shrewsbury.
The hotels, previously branded Hampton by Hilton, were renamed as Holiday Inn Express hotels after refurbishment.
Founded in 2001, Kew Green Hotels operates hotels under six brands: Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Crowne Plaza, Days Hotel, Ramada and Courtyard by Marriott. It also manages The Richmond Hill Hotel in south-west London.
It has properties in London, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Milton Keynes and Reading, in addition to airport hotels at Gatwick, Luton and Stanstead.
The company funds the management of its hotels in various models including freehold ownership, leases, joint ventures with financial institutions and management contracts. It is backed by Lloyds Banking Group, Barclays Ventures and Caird Capital.