Accor opens 1,100th hotel in this region

The announcement comes six months after Accor celebrated its 1,000th hotel in Asia

The new hotel brings the total number of rooms in the region to 210,000.
The new hotel brings the total number of rooms in the region to 210,000.

Accor has opened its 1,100th hotel in Asia Pacific, with the launch of Sofitel Beijing Central.

The new hotel brings the total number of rooms in the region to 210,000.

The announcement comes six months after Accor celebrated its 1,000th hotel in Asia, with the region now representing 50% of global growth.

Speaking about their latest achievement, Michael Issenberg, chairman & CEO, Accor Asia Pacific: “We have had a record six months since announcing our 1,000th hotel with the Pullman Tokyo Tamachi late last year and it’s incredible to think that we have added another 100 hotels already since then.”

With 38 brands within its portfolio, Accor is heavily focused on further expansion in the luxury and lifestyle sectors. The opening of Sofitel Beijing Central brings the group’s luxury and premium hotels in the region to 320.
Sofitel Beijing Central features 345 luxury rooms and suites.

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