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IHG announces the opening of EVEN Hotel Manchester Airport

Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) has announced the opening of EVEN Hotel Manchester Airport, managed by Jamsan Management Inc. and the first and only wellness hotel in the greater Manchester, New Hampshire area.

EVEN Hotel Manchester Airport is located near top colleges and universities, natural and cultural attractions, and tax-free shopping outlets. A complimentary shuttle is available to bring guests to and from the airport, and the property offers free onsite parking.

IHG states that the hotel’s ‘restorative offerings are ideal for guests staying the night before or after a flight, while the premium rooms and onsite amenities are perfect for visitors wishing to stay a bit longer to explore the area.’

Each of EVEN Hotel Manchester Airport’s guestrooms houses an in-room fitness zone, allowing guests to enjoy a solo workout at any point in the day. A large fitness studio offers additional equipment for cardio, core strengthening and weight training. The accomodations feature Luxurious bedding and the hotel’s signature Cork & Kale restaurant features a diverse menu of healthy and indulgent fare. The property includes an indoor saltwater pool, allowing guests to exercise in the water or take a leisurely swim all year round.

Raul Ortiz, Vice President, Global Holiday Inn and EVEN Hotels, IHG, said:

Our goal with EVEN Hotels is to broaden the accessibility to wellness-minded travel throughout the US. We are delighted that Jamsan Hotel Management and Anshi Hotels are expanding our footprint in New England, and glad that our guests will be able to better maintain their health & wellness routines while on the road in Manchester, NH.

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Surrounded by stunning natural beauty, Manchester is also known for being an arts and culture mecca in the Northeast. The city is home of the world-renowned Currier Museum of Art, which offers tours of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Zimmerman House, giving visitors a chance to experience art and nature together in one inspiring experience.

Ashok Patel, Vice President of Development, Jamsan Hotel Management, said:

Visitors to Manchester are active and adventurous – they enjoy getting out to experience everything the Queen City has to offer. We’re excited to provide travelers with a new way to stay that caters to their lifestyles. There is no brand like EVEN Hotels in the region, and our experience guarantees guests will be rested, restored and energized.

Recently, Spirit Airlines announced flights from Manchester-Boston Regional Airport to 4 cities in Florida.

Meanwhile, IHG recently announced the signing of the first-voco hotel in South Korea, Regent Kyoto, Atwell Suites Austin Airport, Holiday Inn Express and Suites Kathmandu Rabi Bhawan, Holiday Inn & Suites Ballarat, four Indigo-branded hotels in Egypt, Holiday Inn Resort Szklarska Poreba, dual branded voco and Holiday Inn hotel in Chicago, voco The Palm in Dubai, Holiday Inn Halong Bay, Vietnam, Intercontinental Riyadh King Fahed Road, Intercontinental Resort Amma, Canj – Montenegro, three hotels in Bangkok and Pattaya and Holiday Inn Express and Suites Jalandhar. IHG’s voco-brand has also opened its first hotel in Netherlands. The company has opened its first Intercontinental-branded hotel in Baku, Azerbaijan, Kimpton St. Honoré Paris, Staybridge Suites Dubai Internet City, Holiday Inn Goa Candolim, voco St. Augustine – Historic Area, Australia’s first next-generation Holiday Inn in Melbourne’s West and Holiday Inn Dublin Airport. The hospitality group has launched a new Luxury and Lifestyle brand called ‘Vignette Collection’.

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