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Accor Boldly Expands Its Network In Asia in 2022

“Accor is a strong believer in the power of diversity – in our workforce, our client base and our brands, We continuously introduce fresh concepts and exciting new places to discover. With more than 300 new hotels and resorts opening their doors in 2022, we are certain that each member of our vast community of loyal guests around the world will find somewhere unique to inspire their next journey.”

Sébastien Bazin, Chairman & CEO, Accor

New Accor hotels are opening in 2022. Exciting destinations such as London, Doha and Moscow all welcome new Accor hotels this year. Several Accor brands have sought out exotic, unexpected or new horizons to explore, such as Pangkalan Bun in Indonesia; Copenhagen, Denmark; and Casco Viejo in Panama City.

Accor is the largest international hotel operator across the Southeast Asia region. This year will see the opening of new properties across the region. Singapore will welcome its first Pullman hotel mid-year with the 308-room Pullman Singapore Orchard in the heart of the Orchard Road shopping district. It replaces what used to be Grand Park Orchard hotel. It is also within the same complex that houses Singapore’s first flagship Apple store. The Mondrian Singapore Duxton will also be a new brand to look out for in this city-state.

Thailand will welcome the Mercure Rayong Lomtalay in early 2022 on Cape Laem Mae Phim of Rayong. Bangkok will see the opening of ibis Styles Bangkok Silom.

Vietnam will welcome the Mövenpick Phan Thiet and Mercure Da Lat Resort while the Philippines will welcome The Admiral Hotel Manila – MGallery, Swissôtel Clark. In Indonesia, travellers can look forward to staying at the Grand Mercure Bali Legian Resort and Mercure Pangkalan Bun in Central Kalimantan City. In Malaysia, the Mercure Living Putrajaya will open its doors offering spacious suites. Another new opening is the Mercure Miri City Centre. Cambodia welcomes the Novotel Phnom Penh Beung Keng Kong and the new TRIBE Phnom Penh Post Office Square in the capital.

Seoul will welcome the Hotel Naru Seoul – MGallery that overlooks the Han River.

“In 2021, Accor Southeast Asia, Japan & South Korea signed 6,900 rooms (29 hotels) across the region’s 12 countries, as well as 1,800 keys within 4 branded residences. This demonstrates the confidence that owners have in the long-term future of tourism as well as their faith in our world-class brands, powerful distribution platforms and ALL lifestyle loyalty programme. We can’t wait to welcome guests to these exciting new addresses in the year ahead, as travel rebounds and people return to what they love doing most – exploring new places, seeking enriching experiences, and connecting with one another.”

Garth Simmons, Chief Executive Officer – Accor Southeast Asia, Japan & South Korea

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