Danbury Connecticut Intercontinental Hotel
The Marguery Hotel was used in the 1947 film Noir Kiss of Death when it occupied 270 Park Avenue. The hotel closed in the late 1950s after losing its lustre and reportedly being heavily populated by ladies "night games at its hotel. Henry Hathaway's realism looks back on the history of the hotel in his novel of the same name and his film adaptation.
To get approval, JPMorgan had to pay $40 million into a District-wide Improvement Fund and include a privately held public square. The changes included the removal of the mezzanine, which served as an exhibition hall for industrial products to create a double lobby, and the construction of two fountains on the square. The tenants of the hotel instructed the New York Attorney General Peter McCoy to oppose the destruction of the building. Amenities at Crowne Plaza include a new restaurant, bar and hairdresser's shop, as well as a restaurant and retail space that will open this summer.
Guests can register at 1-888-211-9874 to receive free membership to Priority Club Rewards or to register at priorityclub.com. Guests can enjoy a drink in the Whisper Lounge, and have breakfast and lunch in the Fusion Cafe.
Following this philosophy, the hotel maintains a special community where employees are inspired and encouraged to use their unique skills to build good relationships with partners and customers. Crowne Plaza offers a full meeting programme that ensures an exceptional meeting experience with a wide range of events, from business meetings to private dinners and special events. In addition, our company works closely with local businesses to ensure that visitors experience certain areas and cultures.
The success of 40 years began in 1977 when Jabara, a second-generation hotelier, opened the Holiday Inn in Danbury with his father. The MJ Hotel is dedicated to conveying to its guests a unique and unforgettable taste of the area, and is therefore certainly worth celebrating. This spring, we celebrated the 40th anniversary of our first full-service hotel in the state of Connecticut.
Over the next 12 years Servico grew to become one of the largest and most successful hotel operators in the state of Connecticut. The company operates hotels with a size of 38 to 500 rooms and operates businesses in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut and New Jersey. Each hotel operates under a different brand name, such as the MJ Hotel, MJ Inn or MJ Hotels.
As part of IHG's global portfolio, Crowne Plaza Hotels and Resorts has driven the development of more than 1,000 hotels in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the UK, as well as a number of hotels in Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region. As a member of the International Hotel and Lodging Association (IHLA), Jabara shares insights into the secrets of success and believes that companies can achieve sustainable success by developing partnerships with people. IhG is committed to gender balance in all its businesses and expects to hire 90,000 new employees over the next five years with an average annual salary of $60,500. IGG owns more than 1.5 million square meters of office space and has over 1,000 hotels under construction or development, and over 1 million hotel rooms in operation.
He was a member of the Board of Directors of the American Golf Association (AGA) for 20 years and is a three-time US Open Champion, four-time USGA World Golf Champion and winner of the Golf Club Championship. He was also President and CEO of Crowne Plaza Hotels and Resorts and Chairman of the Board of Directors of IHG. Today, he is vice chairman of the Jewish Community Foundation and serves on the boards of the New York City Council and the National Association of Realtors. He has also been a board member for over 30 years and has been president and chief executive officer for over 20 years.
Jabara, President and Chief Executive Officer, has led MJ Hotels to receive excellence awards from five individual franchisors. Meyer was named Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser in 2017 and is a member of the Board of Directors of both the New York City Council and the National Association of Realtors and founder and president of MJ Hotel Group, Inc., a global leader in the hospitality industry.
In 1976 he was elected to the Board of Directors of Servico Hotel Group, Inc., a publicly traded hotel company, and in 1976 he acquired a majority stake in the company. The company has been based in Danbury, CT, for over thirty years. Meyer resigned in mid-1988 and served as ServICO's president and chief executive officer for two years before selling his shares. In 1997, he acquired a majority stake in CRSA Holdings, which provides management, development and marketing services for the continued care of hospitals, nursing homes and other healthcare facilities.