Staybridge Suites: 15 Most Popular Hotel Locations [2021 Guide]

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While Staybridge Suites may not be the most glamorous brand within the IHG Hotels & Resorts family, it certainly is an essential option for travelers looking to check in for an extended period of time without breaking the bank.

Staybridge Suites is classified as an upscale IHG hotel brand, though the term “upscale” here is relative. Staybridge Suites is a step above the more midscale Candlewood Suites, IHG’s other extended-stay chain. However, the brand is far more affordable and basic than, say, any InterContinental Hotels & Resorts property.

Like Candlewood Suites, Staybridge Suites is an all-suite, residential-style hotel chain that targets mostly corporate and longer-term travelers with its convenient amenities, spacious and well-equipped guest rooms, and seamless service. However, a few key differences set it apart from its competitors.

Let’s take a look at what can be expected from a stay at a Staybridge Suites property.

Everything You Need To Know About Staybridge Suites

The first Staybridge Suites hotel opened in 1998 in Alpharetta, Georgia, though it would be another 10 years before the brand would extend its footprint overseas with Staybridge Suites Liverpool in 2008.

Currently, there are more than 300 Staybridge Suites hotels scattered across North and South America, Mexico, and Europe, with over 160 more in the development pipeline. Staybridge Suites generally competes with other extended-stay brands like Homewood Suites by Hilton.

Staybridge Suites is 1 of 3 extended-stay hotel brands operated by IHG, alongside Candlewood Suites (midscale) and the forthcoming Atwell Suites (upper-midscale) that is due to launch in 2021.

IHG categorizes Staybridge Suites as the most upscale of the 3 aforementioned brands due to its free hot breakfast buffet, nicer facilities, and weekly social events that serve complimentary snacks and beverages (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) to guests.

Staybridge Suites comprise of solid 3-star limited-service properties, so you can expect suite-style accommodations, fitness facilities, business centers, and on-site convenience stores, but (for the most part) no full-service restaurants, spas, or bars.

In-Suite Amenities

Every Staybridge Suites property offers 3 room categories to choose from: studio suites, 1-bedroom suites (configured with either 1 king-size bed or 2 double beds), and 2-bedroom suites.

No matter which category you choose to book, every suite comes with a full kitchen equipped with a full-size refrigerator, microwave oven, cooktop stove, toaster, coffee maker, dishwasher, and sink, along with work desks, ironing boards, flexible storage areas, and free Wi-Fi.

The 2-bedroom suites also feature 2 separate bathrooms, both equipped with showers.

Laundry Machines and Storage Lockers

As an extended-stay brand, Staybridge Suites often sees travelers check in for as many as 6 days (sometimes even longer), which is why the brand goes go out of its way to offer additional features that other, shorter-term hotel stays don’t require.

Self-service laundry rooms are part of every Staybridge Suites hotel experience to ensure travelers feel fresh and keep to their routine even while on the road. In the same vein, flexible storage lockers are on hand for those guests who require a bit more space to store bulky luggage items like bicycles or oversize suitcases.

In other words, Staybridge Suites has you covered, whether you’re checking in for a long weekend or a sojourn lasting several weeks.

Bottom Line: COVID-19 has affected many services once typically offered at hotels, including Staybridge Suites. At a majority of the brand’s locations, breakfast service is being limited to grab-and-go bags, evening socials have been suspended, and pools remain closed. Be sure to call your specific hotel before arrival to double-check what facilities and services have been modified.

Chase IHG Credit Cards

While stays at Staybridge Suites properties are already relatively affordable, it’s possible to get even more value from your stay when you pay for your reservation using one of IHG’s co-branded credit cards — the IHG® Rewards Club Premier Credit Card and the IHG® Rewards Club Traveler Credit Card — that are both issued by Chase.

Every purchase made on either card, whether you’re paying for an overnight hotel stay or a week’s worth of groceries from your local supermarket, earns IHG Rewards points that can be redeemed for reward stays at any Staybridge Suites location.

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  • Earn 150,000 bonus points after spending $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening
  • Earn up to 25 points total per $1 spent when you stay at an IHG hotel
  • Earn 2x points on purchases at gas stations, grocery stores, and restaurants; then 1 point per $1 on all other purchases.
  • Enjoy a Reward Night after each account anniversary year at eligible IHG hotels worldwide. Plus, enjoy a reward night when you redeem points for any stay of 4 or more nights
  • Platinum Elite status as long as you remain a Premier card member
  • Good to Excellent Credit Recommend (670-850)
  • Annual Fee: $0 for the first year, $89 thereafter

As soon as you sign up for either card, you’ll automatically gain access to a handful of perks at Staybridge Suites hotels — the best of which are exclusive member rates and the ability to redeem reward nights.

If you remain an IHG Premier cardholder for more than a year, you’ll even earn a free hotel night at each card anniversary — and that’s not all. Cardholders also automatically receive IHG Rewards elite status (Platinum Elite with the IHG Premier card and Gold Elite with the IHG Traveler card).

The 15 Most Popular Staybridge Suites Hotel Locations

The most popular and highly searched Staybridge Suites hotels tend to be concentrated in major cities and resort towns close to major attractions. Let’s check them out!

1. Staybridge Suites Cathedral City – Palm Springs (California)

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The Staybridge Suites Cathedral City is in the heart of the Coachella Valley. Image Credit: IHG

From a central location in Coachella Valley, the Staybridge Suites Cathedral City is adjacent to the beautiful Cimarron Golf Course and has dreamy mountain views. Shopping and dining are nearby, and the property is also not far from Palm Springs International Airport (PSP), Eisenhower Medical Center, Desert Medical Center, JFK Memorial Hospital, and Kaiser Permanente.

Although there’s no restaurant or bar on-site, complimentary daily breakfast goes a long way to kick-starting whatever you have planned for the day, while self-laundry and fitness facilities allow you to stick to your daily routine, even while on the road.

Guests can hit the outdoor heated pool — a popular spot for enjoying sunset next to one of the fire pits. The hotel also hosts a social happy hour 3 times a week, during which guests are treated to complimentary snacks and drinks. Self-parking is free.

Reward night redemptions average about 17,500 IHG Rewards points at this property. Otherwise, you can anticipate paying around $100 by cash or card for a standard suite here.

2. Staybridge Suites Orlando Royale Parc Suites (Florida)

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The grounds at Staybridge Suites Orlando Royale Parc Suites include a pool, hot tub, and outdoor bar. Image Credit: IHG

Farther south from the Staybridge Suites Lake Buena Vista location, but still close to I-4, Staybridge Suites Orlando Royale Parc Suites puts guests a touch closer to ESPN Wide World of Sports and Disney’s Blizzard Beach, as well as a host of golf courses. That said, Walt Disney World Resort remains just over 1 mile away and still well within reach.

In addition to on-site fitness and business centers and a self-service laundry facility, this location also offers an outdoor pool complex that includes a hot tub and separate children’s pool. A poolside bar is open nightly.

Like all Staybridge Suites locations, this one also hosts an evening reception 3 days a week (Monday through Wednesday). More unique is the property’s exterior, which was leftover from its former life as a New Orleans-inspired Quality Suites.

Expect to redeem between 12,500 and 17,500 IHG Rewards points for a reward stay at this property. Alternatively, standard suites average about $110 a night.

Hot Tip: This hotel charges a $11.45 per-night resort fee that covers pool towels as well as the use of the pool area’s sun loungers, tables, and chairs.

3. Staybridge Suites Seattle – Fremont (Washington)

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Enjoy scenic views of the downtown skyline and Lake Union from the rooftop deck at Staybridge Suites Seattle – Fremont. Image Credit: IHG

Travelers looking to spend multiple days in Seattle without emptying their wallets on an expensive hotel stay should look into Staybridge Suites Seattle – Fremont.

From this conveniently-based property in the Fremont neighborhood, the University of Washington, Space Needle, and Woodland Park Zoo are about a 6-minute drive away.

Outdoor enthusiasts love the outdoor areas like the rooftop deck, courtyard with grills, and proximity to area parks — not to mention the hotel’s 24-hour business center, in-room work desks, and busy-traveler extras like free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and self-service laundry.

Other highlights include the property’s heated indoor pool and the pet-friendly policy. Driving in a city always comes at a price — in this case, self-parking costs $15 a day. Fortunately, the hotel is located near several major bus lines.

For a reward stay, anticipate redeeming around 22,500 IHG Rewards points per night. At press time, standard suites averaged about $135 per night.

4. Staybridge Suites Denver Downtown (Colorado)

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A guest room at Staybridge Suites Denver Downtown. Image Credit: IHG

Opened in 2018, this relatively new addition to downtown Denver puts business travelers in the heart of the city’s corporate hub. Within a 3-block radius sits the U.S. Mint, the Civic Center, and the Colorado Convention Center.

You’ll also be within easy walking distance of other more leisurely attractions like the 16th Street Mall (home to some of the city’s best shops and restaurants) as well as the Colorado State Capitol, Denver Art Museum, and Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

While it may sit in the heart of a city, this Staybridge Suites still manages to deliver one of the brand’s best features — a heated pool and hot tub —though both are located indoors and do not include a separate pool for children.

Elsewhere, expect your regular Staybridge Suites amenities, including fitness and business centers, self-laundry services, spacious suite-style rooms with kitchens and work desks, as well as free breakfast and Wi-Fi and evening socials 3 times a week.

For an award stay, expect to redeem between 22,500 and 25,000 IHG Rewards points per night. Studio suites average about $170 per night.

5. Staybridge Suites San Antonio Downtown Conv Ctr

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A guest room at Staybridge Suites San Antonio Downtown Convention Center. Image Credit: IHG

A 3-minute drive is all it takes to get to the Henry B. González Convention Center from the Staybridge Suites San Antonio Downtown Convention Center, but that’s not all this hotel is close to.

As the nearest hotel to the Alamodome, guests are within walking distance to where some of the city’s biggest concerts and college football games are held — not to mention the Alamo and San Antonio’s famous River Walk are both within a 5-minute drive.

Whether you book a studio suite or a 2-bedroom suite that comfortably sleeps 6, everyone here will enjoy free Wi-Fi, daily breakfast, evening socials (Monday through Wednesday), and access to the outdoor pool, business and fitness centers, and self-service laundry room. Pets are welcome here as well, though restrictions apply.

For an award stay, redemptions range from 12,500 to 17,500 IHG Rewards points per night. Paid rates average about $125 for a standard studio.

6. Staybridge Suites Houston – Medical Center (Texas)

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A suite kitchen for all of your dining needs at the Staybridge Suites Houston – Medical Center. Image Credit: IHG

The Houston Medical Center is a top medical location, including multiple hospitals and medical schools. Whether you’re in the area for your job, visiting a patient, or touring as a prospective student, the Staybridge Suites Houston – Medical Center is a solid place to base yourself for a few days.

The hotel sits just 2 miles from popular hospitals and offers a free complimentary shuttle within a 3-mile radius. From here, you’re also across the freeway from NRG Stadium and 20 minutes from William P. Hobby Airport (HOU). The Houston Zoo, Hermann Park, Museum District, and Rice University are also nearby.

After a dip in the pool, stop by one of the hotel’s evening socials held on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays for a pick-me-up before a proper dinner — either in your room, on 1 of the patio grills, or at any of the dozens of restaurants nearby. On-site parking is free at this hotel.

For an award night stay at this property, you’ll need to redeem around 15,000 IHG Rewards points per night. If paying by cash or card, rooms average about $135 per night.

7. Staybridge Suites Times Square – New York City (New York)

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Guest rooms are cozy at Staybridge Suites Times Square – New York City. Image Credit: IHG

You’ll always have to contend with noise levels and crowds in Midtown Manhattan, but for many visitors, that is exactly what they’ve come to New York City to see.

This Staybridge Suites sits just 2 blocks from Times Square, which means it’s also within walking distance to a score of Manhattan’s biggest landmarks including Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building, and the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

It’s easy to imagine what city apartment life is like in Staybridge Suites’ suite-style rooms that come tricked out with full kitchens, free Wi-Fi, and access to the hotel’s fitness and business centers, self-service laundry room, and on-site convenience store. Free daily breakfast and weekly evening socials are other nice perks.

Although this location does not have a pool, the hotel makes up for it with an atmospheric cocktail lounge off the lobby called The Den.

Parking is notoriously pricey in New York City and this hotel is no different, charging $35 per day per vehicle. For an award stay, expect to redeem anywhere from 22,500 to 42,500 IHG Rewards points per night. Cash rates average about $135 for a standard suite.

8. Staybridge Suites Naples-Gulf Coast (Florida)

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Loungers line the pool at Staybridge Suites Naples-Gulf Coast. Image Credit: IHG

You won’t be far from the sand when you stay at Staybridge Suites Naples-Gulf Coast. The closest public beach is just a 6-minute drive west — not to mention the myriad seafood shacks and restaurants that have set up shop along the Gulf’s shoreline. What’s more, the hotel rents out bicycles for exploring the neighborhood.

Families love the ease and convenience of this home-away-from-home, which comes with all the trimmings and trappings you’d want for an extended stay away. There’s a grill and fire pit, a heated outdoor pool, free hot breakfast every morning, and spacious suites that feature kitchens and are pet-friendly.

Don’t miss the evening reception every Monday through Wednesday where guests are treated to drinks and a light dinner. Downtown Naples is 12 minutes away, while Fort Myers is about 1 hour away by car.

Although a bit more expensive than your average Staybridge Suites hotel, this property offers good value compared to other resorts in the area. For an award stay, anticipate redeeming anywhere from 15,000 to 27,500 IHG Rewards points per night. Paid rates average about $215 per night.

Hot Tip: Pets up to 80 pounds are allowed at Staybridge Suites Naples-Gulf Coast for a $75 fee for the first 7 nights and $150 for 8 nights or more.

9. Staybridge Suites Las Vegas (Nevada)

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Many guest rooms overlook the pool area at Staybridge Suites Las Vegas. Image Credit: IHG

This no-fuss extended-stay hotel near McCarran International Airport (LAS) is perfect for travelers looking to stay close to the Strip without being right on top of it. Staybridge Suites Las Vegas sits directly off I-15 for easy in-and-out access and is just a few blocks away from Mandalay Bay Resort and the famous Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign.

All 118 all-suite rooms are mini sanctuaries with balconies and kitchens, and the rest of the grounds have everything you need for the week (or however long you’re staying) including free parking and breakfast, a heated outdoor pool, fitness and business centers, a self-service laundry room, and evening socials 3 nights a week.

The hotel even offers a free shuttle bus that connects to the airport as well as the Strip, stopping at New York-New York Hotels & Casino.

You’ll need to redeem between 17,500 and 22,500 IHG Rewards points for an award night here, while cash rates hover around $175 for a standard suite.

10. Staybridge Suites Phoenix-Glendale Sports Dist (Arizona)

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The pool at Staybridge Suites Phoenix-Glendale, in Arizona. Image Credit: IHG

It’s all too easy to forget you’re not in the city center during a stay at Staybridge Suites Phoenix-Glendale, what with so much in the surrounding area. Glendale is Phoenix’s entertainment district, and from this hotel, you’ll be within a half-hour drive of the neighborhood’s biggest attractions.

Sports fan? Guests can easily walk to Gila River Arena and State Farm Stadium (home of the Coyotes and Cardinals, respectively). The Phoenix International Raceway is a 20-minute drive. The hotel also runs a complimentary shuttle to and from Westgate Entertainment District — a godsend when the Arizona heat really settles in and you want to avoid walking.

Back at the hotel, expect all your standard Staybridge Suites amenities here, including suites with full kitchens, business and fitness centers, a laundry room, an on-site convenience store, and a barbecue grilling area next to a pretty outdoor pool. Free breakfast, Wi-Fi, and evening socials 3 nights a week are other Staybridge Suites perks.

Award night stays can be redeemed here for 17,500 to 25,000 IHG Rewards points. Paid rates average about $130 per night.

11. Staybridge Suites Chattanooga Dwtn – Conv Ctnr (Tennessee)

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The plentiful Sundowner Buffet at the Staybridge Suites Chattanooga Dwtn Conv Ctnr. Image Credit: IHG

Adjacent to the convention center in the downtown business district, Staybridge Suites Chattanooga Dwtn Conv Ctnr enjoys a convenient location for business travelers. Centrally located, both families and business travelers prefer this property for its proximity to world-class attractions, restaurants, and shopping.

Typical for Staybridge Suites, every room is a suite with a full kitchen and workspace, while rates include free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast, and access to the property’s heated indoor pool and whirlpool, fitness and business centers, self-service laundry room, and evening social hours (Monday through Wednesday).

As mentioned previously, if you want to be near the top attractions that Chattanooga has to offer, this location is ideal. The Tennessee Aquarium is 1 mile away while the Chattanooga Choo-Choo is just a 15-minute walk. A free shuttle picks up 1 block away from the hotel and offers transportation throughout the downtown area.

You’ll need to redeem around 17,500 IHG Rewards points for an award night here. Cash rates average about $135 for a standard suite.

12. Staybridge Suites Indianapolis Downtown-Conv Ctr (Indiana)

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A living space in a guest room at Staybridge Suites Indianapolis Downtown. Image Credit: IHG

In town for a Colts game? Staybridge Suites Indianapolis Downtown sits just 1 block from Lucas Oil Stadium, which means, unless you’re actually sitting in the stands, you can’t get much closer to the action.

In fact, anyone here for a major event will be well-positioned. The hotel is also extremely close to the Indiana Convention Center and the Crane Bay Event Center, while Indianapolis International Airport (IND) is only a 20-minute drive away.

At the hotel, all 113 guest rooms come with kitchens and sleeper sofas (the best feature views of the stadium) while signature on-site amenities include an indoor pool and hot tub, self-service laundry facilities, fitness and business centers, free breakfast, and weekly evening socials on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays.

Parking costs $20 per day. Pets are welcome for a $75 fee.

Reward stays cost around 17,500 IHG Rewards points per night. Paid rates average about $125 for a studio suite.

13. Staybridge Suites Anaheim at the Park (California)

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The lobby at Staybridge Suites Anaheim at the Park. Image Credit: IHG

As its name helpfully suggests, Staybridge Suites Anaheim at the Park sits right off Disneyland Drive and within sight of Disneyland — an unbeatable location for park-goers. To that end, this hotel is closer in distance than the nearby Staybridge Suites Anaheim-Resort Area, which sits farther down I-5.

As such, the hotel is a perfect base for families and groups looking to post up for a few days and take advantage of the area’s attractions, which, aside from Disneyland itself, also includes Disney California Adventure Park, the Honda Center, Angel Stadium, and, for business travelers, the Anaheim Convention Center (just a 5-minute drive south).

The competitive rate includes free hot breakfast, in-suite kitchens with refrigerators and stovetops, and access to on-site amenities including an outdoor pool and fire pit — though the best perk of all is being within walking distance of Downtown Disney and its monorail station.

Hot Tip: As a bonus, guests can purchase Disneyland Resort tickets directly from the front desk.

The hotel charges $18 per day for self-parking — roughly equivalent to what Disneyland charges at its designated lots — so we recommend that park-goers skip the car and utilize the monorail instead that accepts Disneyland park tickets and connects Downtown Disney to Tomorrowland.

The hotel’s prime location means reward stays can be pricey, around 20,000 to 32,500 IHG Rewards points per night. At press time, paid room rates averaged about $182 for a standard suite.

14. Staybridge Suites Des Moines Downtown (Iowa)

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A guest room at Staybridge Suites Des Moines Downtown. Image Credit: IHG

The East Village — a walkable district home to dozens of award-winning restaurants and boutiques that’s also well-connected to the rest of the city — is one of Des Moines’ trendiest neighborhoods. This is where you’ll find Staybridge Suites Des Moines Downtown.

From the hotel, you’re within a 15-minute drive of the area’s hottest sights including the State Capitol building, the Des Moines Art Center, Blank Park Zoo, and the Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden, as well as more business-centric landmarks including both the federal and state courthouses and Iowa Events Center.

Standard Staybridge Suites features apply here — we’re talking kitchen-equipped suites, complimentary daily hot breakfast, laundry facilities for guest use, and evening socials on certain weeknights. This being a city, the pool and hot tub are located indoors while self-parking costs $15 a day.

For a reward night stay, redemptions range between 17,500 and 25,000 IHG Rewards points. Paid rates average about $165 for a studio suite.

15. Staybridge Suites Lincoln I-80 (Nebraska)

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A communal sitting area at Staybridge Suites Lincoln I-80. Image Credit: IHG

Staybridge Suites Lincoln I-80 is conveniently located right off Interstate 80, which puts guests within 5 miles of Nebraska’s capital city and within a 15-minute drive of a host of local attractions including the Nebraska State Capitol, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln Children’s Zoo, and all the shops and restaurants of downtown.

At the hotel, 24-hour fitness and business centers and self-service laundry facilities complement free Wi-Fi, daily hot breakfast, and evening socials. The heated outdoor pool and hot tub are seasonal, and there is a complimentary airport shuttle available for getting to and from Lincoln Airport (LNK). This hotel is also pet-friendly.

Reward night stays at this property can be redeemed for 12,500 to 15,000 IHG Rewards points. Paid rates, on average, hover around $110 for a standard suite.

Final Thoughts

Extended-stay hotels aren’t for everyone. Although Staybridge Suites locations feature on-site convenience stores, you won’t find a full restaurant or bar. Unless you’re comfortable cooking in your room every night or venturing off-property for your next meal, you might want to reconsider your options.

That said, for independent travelers seeking a home away from home for a few days or more, Staybridge Suites is a solid choice.

Guest rooms are spacious, well-kept, and up to date, essential services include laundry rooms and on-site convenience stores, and rates include free perks few other hotel brands provide including complimentary hot breakfast every morning and evening social hours multiple times a week.

Let’s not forget Staybridge Suites’ competitive rates. For IHG Rewards members that redeem their earned points for a reward night stay, we’re talking about even better value.

Frequently asked questions

What hotel chain is Staybridge Suites?

Staybridge Suites is an all-suite extended-stay hotel chain owned and operated by the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) and participates in the IHG Rewards program.

Does Staybridge Suites offer free breakfast?

One of the best perks about staying at a Staybridge Suites hotel is that every location offers a complimentary hot breakfast buffet that is served every morning and includes eggs, bacon, waffles, and cereal, as well as an assortment of fruits and juices.

Does Staybridge Suites have 2-bedroom suites?

Yes. The 2-bedroom suites are the largest room category at Staybridge Suites hotels (along with smaller studio suites and 1-bedroom suites). Every 2-bedroom suite includes 2 bedrooms (1 with a king-size bed and the other with 2 double beds), a central living area with a sleeper sofa and a full kitchen, and 2 full bathrooms.

Do Staybridge Suites have hair dryers?

Yes, every Staybridge Suites guest room includes a hair dryer, iron, and ironing board.

Who is the parent company of Staybridge Suites?

Staybridge Suites is currently overseen by the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), a parent company that also operates more than a dozen other hotel brands including InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, Kimpton Hotels & Resorts, and Holiday Inn Express.

Lindsey Olander

About Lindsey Olander

Currently based in New York, Lindsey spent her childhood in Connecticut dreaming of far-off places. Her first flight was to Disney World at age 11. Her second flight was for a high school field trip to Italy, though travel as a career didn't stick until she studied abroad in London during college and discovered the true power of her passport. Since then, she's worked as a travel editor at Jetsetter and Travel + Leisure, where she reported on everything from African safaris to hot hotel openings to, yes, Disney World.

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