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Economy Hotels Conference Set For Singapore

Category: Hotels, Posted:09 Aug 2010 | 06:00 am

While ACCOR's ibis limited service brand already has two properties on the island and InterContinental's Holiday Inn Express brand can't be far behind budget hotels are a touch point in today's hospitality industry.
From September 7-8 at the Novotel Clarke Quay the 2nd Annual Economy Hotels Asia 2010 is set to be rolled out.
A good assortment of global, regional brands an independent operators will be represented together with such iconic innovators as Citizen M from Europe.
For those who can and cannot tell the difference between budget, economy, limited and select service it's a great event to see what's coming up around the corner.
More details can be viewed at <link>http://www.terrapinn.com/2010/behasia*Economy Hotels Asia 2010</link>

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