Holiday Inn is part of the InterContinental Hotels Group, which provides international luxury and local comforts for guests all around the world.
Holiday Inn hotels offer a a full range of services for guests, whether you need a room for a night, a party, a business trip or a city break, Holiday Inn caters for all.
What rooms are available at Holiday Inn hotels?
Holiday Inn hotels offer a range of different rooms for their guests. This range depends on the specific hotel and the availability of rooms. They range from:
- Standard rooms. Suitable for two adults.
- Twin rooms. Suitable for two adults.
- King Executive. Suitable for two adults.
- Junior Suite. Suitable for four adults.
- Superior Suite. Suitable for four adults.
- Executive Suite. Suitable for two adults.
What is in my Holiday Inn hotel room?
The features within your Holiday Inn hotel room vary depending on the specific hotel and type room you stay in. For example a standard double bed room at Manchester City Centre’s Holiday Inn includes:
- 1 double bed.
- A HD TV freeview.
- Free Wi-Fi.
- A deskspace.
- A safe.
- A full length mirror.
- Complimentary toiletries.
- A magnifying vanity mirror.
- Tea and coffee making facilities.
What dining experiences are available?
Dining experiences also vary depending on the specific Holiday Inn hotel you book with. For example, at the Holiday Inn Birmingham M6 Jct 7, guests are able to indulge in breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Traders Restaurant.
How much will it cost me?
The price of a room at a Holiday Inn depends on how early you book and the location of the hotel. The focus of the brand is to offer an affordable, enjoyable experience. Usually, you can find a room at a Holiday Inn for less than £100 a night.
With Holiday Inn Express hotels, your stay could be even cheaper. These hotels are aimed at keeping things simple and smart, offering simple rooms at a simple price.
How do I book?
To book a stay at a Holiday Inn you can use the booking engine that appears on their homepage. Simply enter your desired destination, your check in and check out dates and the number of rooms/guests then click the “Search” button.
After clicking “Search”, you will be presented with a list of available hotels and rooms for your specific dates. You are able to filter your results at the top of the page. Once you’ve found your desired hotel select the “Check rates” button and you will be able to choose the type of room you would like. Click “View Rates” to find out specific room details and then select the “Book This Room” button. You will be required to confirm details before entering in your personal and payment details.
How do I cancel?
You can cancel your Holiday Inn reservation by selecting the “Manage Reservations” tab on the Holiday Inn homepage and entering in your reservation confirmation number and your last name. website or simply enter your reservation confirmation number and last name to find the specific reservation you need to cancel. Next, click “Cancel This Reservation” button located at the bottom of your reservation and follow the on-screen instructions.
The cancellation policy is detailed during the booking process. You can find the details about the cancellation policy for each rate by clicking “View Rate Details.” On the Guest and Payment Information page, you can find the cancellation policy in the “Modify or Cancel Policy” section on the left side of the page or by clicking one of the two links to “View Rate Description and Rate Rules.”
Please note that some rates, such as the Book Early and Save/Advance Purchase Rates, are subject to a cancellation penalty if the reservation is cancelled.
Weighing up the pros and cons
- Affordable. Pricing for a room at a Holiday Inn usually starts from less than £100 per night.
- IGH Rewards club. Whenever you stay at an InterContinental Hotel you can earn points during your stay to redeem at a later date. Rewards include gift cards, airline miles and much more.
- Free Wi-Fi. Holiday Inn hotels provide free Wi-Fi access in every guest room.
- Book in advance. The cheaper Holiday Inn hotel rooms tend to sell out quickly so if you’re on a budget, it might be worth booking in advance.
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