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East Anglia: Holiday Inn hotels in Ipswich, Colchester and Norwich among 21 put up for sale

11:03 30 May 2014

The Holiday Inn Ipswich, which is up for sale.

The Holiday Inn Ipswich, which is up for sale.

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Three Holiday Inn hotels in the eastern region are among 21 across the country to have been put up for sale with a combined asking price of £70million.

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The full list of Holiday Inn hotels for sale

• Holiday Inn Ashford, Kent

• Holiday Inn Birmingham (M6 J7)

• Holiday Inn Chester South

• Holiday Inn Colchester

• Holiday Inn Derby/Nottingham

• Holiday Inn Haydock (M6 J23)

• Holiday Inn Ipswich

• Holiday Inn Lancaster

• Holiday Inn Leeds Brighouse

• Holiday Inn Leeds/Wakefield (M1 J40)

• Holiday Inn Norwich

• Holiday Inn Portsmouth

• Holiday Inn Rochester

• Holiday Inn Rugby/Northampton

• Holiday inn Runcorn

• Holiday Inn Stoke-on-Trent (M6 J15)

• Holiday Inn Swindon

• Holiday Inn Taunton (M5 J25)

• Holiday Inn Warrington

• Holiday Inn Washington

• Holiday Inn York

The Holiday Inn Ipswich, off London Road, the Holiday Inn Colchester, at Eight Ash Green, and the Holiday Inn Norwich, in Ipswich Road, are among among those included in the sale.

And specialist property adviser Christie & Co, which is handling the sale, is already reporting substantial interest in the disposal.

Jeremy Jones, director of corporate hotels at Christie & Co, said: “Strong interest has already been shown in all the hotels, which are being offered free of management and with an interim Holiday Inn franchise agreement until the end of this year.”

Christie & Co says that guide prices for individual hotels will also be provided to “serious potential bidders”. The deadline for the first round of offers in noon on June 11.

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