InterContinental Hotels Group has announced the opening of a brand
new Holiday Inn situated just one mile from one of the world’s most famous and
revered prehistoric sites; Stonehenge. The bold and stylish Holiday Inn Salisbury-Stonehenge opened on 11 June offering 103
fully air-conditioned en-suite bedrooms which provide guests with high speed
internet access as well as the latest interactive TV facilities.
Guests can benefit from the hotel’s superb dining and drinking opportunities,
including the state-of-the-art Solstice Brasserie. Top London chef Matt Bills heads
up a talented team in the cutting-edge kitchen, serving the best of contemporary
British cuisine in relaxed, modern surroundings.
Furthermore, those arriving at the hotel late in the evening can also enjoy the
24-hour lounge bar - Bar 303 - which offers an extensive wine menu and exclusive
champagnes and whose intimate feel, set around an open fire, are certain to appeal.
As an added extra, the hotel provides the use of 168 parking spaces for hotel guests
and restaurant diners free of charge. This offer is available seven days a week, 24
hours a day.
Designed with business as much as leisure visitors in mind, the hotel has two modern
well-equipped meeting rooms, the largest of which accommodates up to 40 delegates.
Both of the bright rooms offer natural daylight, high-tech equipment such as ISDN
lines, whiteboard, working walls, projection screens as well as conference
Easily accessible when travelling from the M3 motorway, London, The Midlands and The
West Country and situated on the A303 in the heart of Wiltshire, this hotel is
ideally located for visiting key local attractions, including Stonehenge (1.2
miles), Thruxton Motor Racing (6 miles), Salisbury (7 miles) and Longleat (20
Alexi Hakim, IHG’s Chief Operating Officer for UK & Ireland, commented: ““I am very
excited about the opening of the Holiday Inn Salisbury-Stonehenge and am confident
that the needs of both leisure and business guests will be well catered for.”
“Given Holiday Inn’s relationship this season in sponsoring Vauxhall Racing within
the British Touring Car Championship,” he continued, “this hotel is ideally located
to host guests for the final this coming October at Thruxton. However, above all,
the hotel’s incredible proximity to the delights of Stonehenge - one of the world’s
most famous UNESCO World Heritage sites and currently one of the candidates for the
new Seven Wonders of the World - will undoubtedly encourage visitors from all over
the world to enjoy its natural beauty.”