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easyHotel is an international owner, developer, operator and franchisor of "easyHotel" branded hotels.
easyHotel's strategy is to target the "super budget" segment of the hotel industry by providing “clean, comfortable and safe” hotel rooms to its customers. easyHotel currently has a hotel portfolio comprising 2,340 rooms, consisting of five owned hotels and 20 franchised hotels.
The Group was established in 2004 as a wholly owned subsidiary of easyGroup, which is ultimately owned by the founder of the "easy" company concept, Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou.
- Country of incorporation: United Kingdom
- Main country of operation: United Kingdom
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Overview of strategy
The Group’s growth strategy focuses on the continued development and rollout of owned hotels that the Board believes will offer sustained earnings per share-enhancing returns. Alongside growth of the owned hotel portfolio, our franchise network will continue to be expanded, which increases our network without direct capital investment from the Group.
The operational foundations necessary to achieve the Group’s exciting ambitions are now firmly in place. Moreover, the Board is confident that these plans will be delivered in a manner that is consistent with the values that distinguish the easyHotel brand from other providers in the sector – we make things simple; we are always the best value for money; we do what we say; and we care for you.
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The securities of easyHotel plc (LSE: EZH) are traded on the AIM of the London Stock Exchange.
Currently, securities are not traded on any other exchange or trading platform.
Significant shareholders and shares in issue
As at 31 March 2017, easyHotel plc had 100,500,000 ordinary shares of 1p in issue. No shares are held in treasury.
|Significant shareholders||% of share capital held (directly or indirectly)|
|easyGroup Holdings Ltd||34.6|
|ICAMAP Investments S.a r.l.||29.9|
|Polar Capital LLP||8.0|
There are currently no restrictions on the transfer of the AIM securities.