|Fate||Renamed following demerger of Mitchells & Butlers|
|Successor||InterContinental Hotels Group|
|Founded||2000London, England, United Kingdomin|
|Headquarters||London, England, United Kingdom|
|David Bland (Managing Director)|
The company was formed in June 2000 when the brewing business of Bass plc was sold to the Belgian brewer Interbrew (now AB InBev) and the remaining hotel and pub holdings were renamed Six Continents plc.
Brands and companiesEdit
Six Continents owned, managed or franchised the hotel brands InterContinental, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, and Staybridge Suites. Its pubs and restaurants included All Bar One, Browns, Edward's, Ember Inns, Harvester, Hollywood Bowl, It's A Scream, O'Neill's, Toby Carvery and Vintage Inns.
- Day, Julia (27 June 2001). "Bass to become Six Continents". The Guardian. Retrieved 20 December 2018.
- "Posthouse Deal Wins Six Continents Top Industry Award". Hotel News Resource. 22 March 2002. Retrieved 9 December 2012.
- Platt, Gordon (1 June 2003). "Six Continents' Split-up Creates Two New ADRs". Global Finance. Retrieved 20 December 2018.
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