IHG Acquires Six Senses Hotels in $300 Million Deal

By Anna Breuer on 13 February 2019
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DSC_0527InterContinental Hotels Group will acquire Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas, the owner of Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza chains said on Wednesday.

Six Senses, which has properties in the Maldives, Portugal, the Seychelles, and Thailand, manages 16 hotels and resorts, with 18 signed contracts in its pipeline. Its properties include a 19th-century wine estate in Portugal’s Douro Valley and beachside resorts in Indonesia and Vietnam.

“We’re incredibly proud to welcome Six Senses into our family of brands and look forward to opening more stunning hotels, resorts and spas,” said IHG CEO Keith Barr.

IHG expects to expand Six Senses to 60 properties in the next ten years, including a restored 14th-century fort in Rajasthan and the brand’s first property in North America, twin towers in the Chelsea district of New York City with the appearance of rotating or twisting designed by Bjarke Ingles.

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