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IHG launching two new voco hotels in Scotland after lockdown

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IHG has announced that two new voco-branded hotels will open in Scotland as soon as restrictions are listed.

voco Grand Central in Glasgow is one of hotels that IHG’s inherited with the acquisition of Principal Hotels. It has 230 rooms and is attached to Glasgow Central railway station.

You can find out more on this page of ihg.com.

Two new Voco hotels opening in Scotland

Over in Edinburgh, voco Edinburgh Haymarket – situated very close to the conference centre – will be the first new-build hotel to become part of voco in the UK.

(To be honest, as voco was designed as a ‘conversion brand’ – a brand that could be slapped onto existing hotels where the owners didn’t want to invest in meeting specific brand standards – I am surprised that there are any new builds.)

You can find out more about voco Edinburgh Haymarket here.

Our article on IHG’s latest promotion is here, but as it closes on 31st March it is unlikely you will be able to make any use of it.


IHG One Rewards update – November 2022:

Get bonus points: You will earn bonus IHG One Rewards points on stays between 13th October 2022 and 31st December 2022. You can choose between 2,000 points for every two nights or 10,000 points for every four nights (not cumulative). Read this article for full details. You can register here.

New to IHG One Rewards?  Read our overview of IHG One Rewards here and our article on points expiry rules here. Our article on ‘What are IHG One Rewards points worth?’ is here.

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You will receive a 100% bonus if you buy IHG One Rewards points by 29th December 2022.

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