InterContinental drops mini-toiletries

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InterContinental Hotels Group, which owns hotel chains such as Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, Kimpton and Regent, announced on July 30 that it will remove mini-toiletries from their hotel rooms and replace them with bulk containers. About a third of the company’s hotels have made the change, with the goal to complete the move by 2021.

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InterContinental Hotels Group, which owns hotel chains such as Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, Kimpton and Regent, announced on July 30 that it will remove mini-toiletries from their hotel rooms and replace them with bulk containers. About a third of the company’s hotels have made the change, with the goal to complete the move by 2021.