World's biggest hotelier in 2013

April 2013
Travel Daily;4/ 4/2013, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that Intercontinental Hotels Group PLC has overtaken Hilton Hotels Corp. as the world's biggest hotelier in terms of room discount with 676,000 rooms across 4602 properties worldwide.


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