$175 million facelift will fix guests’ ‘main complaints,’ InterCon Barclay chief says

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    Expect bigger bathrooms – and slightly smaller guest rooms – once IHG completes its top-t0-bottom, $175 million renovation on the historic InterContinental Barclay hotel in New York. It’s one example of what the hotel’s doing to position itself for today’s travelers, said veteran hotelier Herve Houdre, the top executive in charge of the hotel. The property’s owned partly by hospitality giant IHG, which runs brands including Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza and Hotel Indigo. “We’re fixing the main complaints that we’ve had from our customers... Read More » The post $175 million facelift will fix guests’ ‘main complaints,’ InterCon Barclay chief says appeared first on Travel Update.

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