Hilton Head Island’s Holiday Inn Rebranded as a Holiday Inn Resort

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has announced the 18th location to their ever-growing Holiday Inn Resort Americas brand—The Beach House, a Holiday Inn Resort – Hilton Head Island. The current property is a Holiday Inn hotel and will officially join the Holiday Inn Resort group in March after a $5 million renovation.

Located on the island’s popular Coligny Beach, the 202-room resort offers guests the perfect place for exploration and relaxation. The newly designed interior has incorporated Hilton Head’s renowned island culture into every detail. The property features an expanded oceanfront fitness center with new equipment, game room, remodeled restaurant, newly created oceanfront lounge, more than 4,500 square feet of meeting space and the Tiki Hut, a popular beach bar with both tourists and locals. Guestrooms now have a stylish, cool blue décor, new bedding, and updated amenities.

Those at IHG said that the rebranding is part of the strategy to bring Holiday Inn Resorts to leisure destinations that are convenient for their guests. Gina LaBarre, Vice President of Brand Management for IHG Americas, stated, “As part of the work surrounding the Holiday Inn relaunch, we identified opportunities for existing Holiday Inn hotels in resort markets to convert to the newly-created Holiday Inn Resort brand, paving the way for this renovation. This oceanfront property is in one of the most family-friendly vacation destinations in the world, making it an ideal addition to the Holiday Inn Resort portfolio.”

Find out more on The Beach House, a Holiday Inn Resort’s new renovations today!


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