Holiday Inn Paris Notre Dame is a frequently visited luxury hotel in Paris Notre Dame near to most major tourist attractions and landmarks such as Notre Dame Cathedral, Musee National du Moyen Age, Pont Saint Michel, Sainte Chapelle and La Sorbonne.
The ideal location for a sightseeing vacation. Holiday Inn Paris Notre Dame houses city view luxury rooms and The Holiday Inn brand is one of the most recognizable luxury hotel chain brands. There are two distinct types: high-rise, full-service plaza hotels and low-rise, full-service hotels. The earlier also included a lot of high-rises with round, central-core construction, instantly recognizable from the 1970s. Both feature pools at most locations, room service, an exercise room, a restaurant, and functional but comfortable rooms.
- Holiday Inn Suites & Hotel – establishments featuring all the facilities and services of a standard Holiday Inn hotel but consists of rooms mixed with suites.
- Holiday Inn Resort – Including all the services and amenities of a full-service Holiday Inn, resorts are considered a pure luxury holiday accommodation than with the same high standards. Most Holiday Inn Resorts are situated in high leisure tourism markets.
- Holiday Inn Select – upper-class full-service hotels which cater to business travelers. Holiday Inn Select hotels announced in 2006 to be discontinued. Existing hotels may continue to operate under the Holiday Inn Select flag until their existing license expires, however many are converting to Crowne Plaza or standard Holiday Inn hotels, without any further promoting based around the “Select” moniker.
- Holiday Inn Sunspree Resorts – Resort hotels in holiday beach resort areas with full-service luxury amenities and services. These are usually very large properties.
- Express by Holiday Inn, Park Royal, London.
- Holiday Inn Garden Court – which exist only in Europe and South Africa and are built to reflect the national culture.
- Holiday Inn Express – Smaller versions of Holiday Inn hotels with fewer facilities and services.
Other Holiday Inn Hotels
Although originally named “Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza”, the Crowne Plaza moniker was split from Holiday Inn dating back to 1994 to form a different kind of brand. During the 1960s, two Holiday Inn Jr. motels; one in Rantoul, Illinois and the other in Missouri. Rooms were situated in portables, even though the Rantoul location also had one less big section in a traditionally-designed. In 1996, Holiday Inn made a deal with advertising firm Fallon McElligott, dropping Young & Rubicam after a 6 year relationship. IN the 1960s, there was also a Holiday Inn Jr. in Cleveland, Mississippi. It had a traditionally constructed lobby and restaurant with portable hotel rooms in the back.