InterContinental Relaunches Euro-Dollar Program

Based on the success of the 2005 Euro-Dollar program, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts is extending the program through the first quarter of 2007 and has doubled the number of participating hotels. The company is guaranteeing that one Euro (or local currency converted to Euros) will equal one U.S. dollar despite the exchange rate. Bookings must include at least 10 guestrooms and one meeting room for incentive groups, conferences or corporate meetings. A dedicated web site has also been created for the program at [www.intercontinental.com/meetings].

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