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Holiday Inn Express touts efficient stays as it opens in Troy, Ill.


TROY – InterContinental Hotels Group will open a new-build 75-room Holiday Inn Express hotel in Troy on Thursday, and the public is invited for a peek.

A private ribbon-cutting ceremony with Illinois state Rep. Charlie Meier and Mayor Allen Adomite will be followed by a hotel open house for the business community from 4:30 to 7 p.m.

Holiday Inn Express hotels tout a simple and efficient stay for travelers.

“The Troy/Metro East market is a great fit for the Holiday Inn Express brand given our hotel’s easy highway access to I-55, I-70 and I-270 and proximity to area businesses and attractions. We look forward to providing our guests with unmatched comfort and convenience at a great value,” hotel owner Robert Plummer, president and CEO of R.L.P. Development Co., Inc. and R.P. Lumber Co., said,

The Holiday Inn Express Troy hotel features the brand’s newest design, features of which include:

• An open, pod-style front desk area that delivers a familiar and expedited check in and out experience;
• Flexible seating in the Great Room, including community tables with built-in wired and wireless charging where guests can collaborate with colleagues or relax with friends and family;
• Guestrooms comforts and features that allow guests to be productive, including noise-reducing headboard and television tower, multiple points of power located throughout the room and functional storage allowing guests to live out of their suitcase or unpack into a variety of storage options.

In addition, the hotel features an indoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center and a 24-hour business center. There is 900 square feet of meeting space that can comfortably accommodate up to 60 people.

The complimentary Express Start breakfast bar offers a range of breakfast items.

The hotel, located at 2011 Formosa Road, is owned by R.L.P. Development Company, Inc. and managed by General Hotels Corp.
There are currently 2,438 Holiday Inn Express hotel locations around the globe.

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