InterContinental Hotels Group has announced the signing of InterContinental Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Opening in 2017, the 165-room hotel will operate under a management agreement with IHG, representing the continuation of a long-term partnership between the two companies that was first established in 2007. Delta Holding and IHG also have a management agreement in place for Crowne Plaza Belgrade.
The new luxury hotel will be built by Delta Holding and construction is due to commence before the end of 2015. It will feature 165 rooms including a presidential suite; two banquet halls accommodating 500 guests each; as well as six board rooms. Guests can enjoy the hotel’s state of the art leisure facilities including a swimming pool, spa and fitness zone. An all-day dining restaurant with an outdoor terrace boasting panoramic views of Ljubljana will be located on the 21st floor of the hotel.
Hylko Versteeg, Director of Development, Southern Europe, IHG said: “We’re thrilled to have signed InterContinental Ljubljana in Slovenia which is a key city for us. InterContinental Hotels & Resorts is an international brand that is dedicated to providing diverse and enriching experiences for guests. The brand has seen great momentum across Europe this year with InterContinental Ljubljana marking the fourth hotel signing as we continue our expansion across the region. We very much look forward to growing our partnership with Delta Holding and increasing our portfolio of quality brands in Slovenia.”
Marija Desivojević Cvetkovic, Vice President of Strategy and Development, Delta Holding said: “Delta cooperates with the world’s leading companies and our relationship with IHG is of great importance to our company. This InterContinental hotel, along with IHG’s worldwide reputation will provide guests with the highest quality rooms, leisure facilities and restaurants served by the best people offering world class service. We’re confident this fantastic hotel will be the perfect choice for international and domestic travellers visiting Slovenia.”