Accor strengthens its network of Resort Hotels in Asia-Pacific with now 100 properties

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    On the occasion of the London World Travel Market, Accor, the world’s leading hotel operator and the largest international hotel group in Asia-Pacific, is pleased to announce that it has recently passed the 100 resort hotels in Asia-Pacific, accounting for around 17% of its network in the region. The group has a strong presence all across the region and continues to grow on a well-developed market. The resort network continues to grow quickly in key leisure destinations across Asia, including Indonesia, Thailand, India and now Myanmar.

    In Indonesia, Accor is strengthening its leadership with two recent openings: the Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua and The Kuta Beach Heritage Hotel.

    Located on the beachfront, the Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua has 415 rooms and 17 luxurious villas nestled in 8 hectares of tropical gardens amidst a pool in the shape of a lagoon.

    Located near the original site where the first hotel complex in Kuta Beach was opened in the 1930s, this resort hotel keeps the spirit of its predecessor with 159 spacious and luxurious rooms in nautically themed design.

    This year with the Pullman Khao Lak Katiliya Resort and Villas and the Pullman Phuket Arcadia joining the network of hotels, Accor has now 13 hotels along the Andaman coast in Thailand.

    The 1st of November this resort hotel just joined the hotel network in Khao Lak in Thailand. The resort consists of 223 breathtaking rooms and suites and 97 lavish villas with their own private swimming pool.

    The Pullman Phuket Arcadia offers 277 rooms located on an exceptional promontory overlooking the Andaman Sea. Its sophisticated design blends the highest international standards with nature and local beauty.

    Accor is looking for new opportunities to grow in regions where international leisure tourism is in full development. In this spirit, the group recently opened its first resort hotel in India, the Novotel Goa Shrem, in the beach area of Goa

    The group is also opening two beautiful properties in Myanmar: The Lake Garden Nay Pyi Taw – MGallery Collection in the new capital of Myanmar and the Novotel Inle Lake Myat Min, located on the banks of the Inle Lake.

    Located in the new capital city of Myanmar, The Lake Garden Nay Pyi Taw features 165 guestrooms and private suites, all set in beautiful landscaped gardens.

    Accor’s first resort hotel in India comprises 85 rooms and is ideally located in a bustling neighborhood near Candolim & Calangute beaches

    Daniel Fountain / 13.11.2014

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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