Accor’s China strategy gains momentum

Accor’s relationship with China is stronger than ever following the announcement that it has formed a long-term alliance with Huazhu Hotels Group (also known as China Lodging Group) with more than 2,000 hotels in the pipeline.

Accor adds two new regional properties

Four Points by Sheraton Geelong became Novotel Geelong and Chifley Hotel Penrith rebranded to Mercure Penrith yesterday as part of Accor’s regional expansion plan.

Sydney Airport to get a Pullman

Accor is set to open a Pullman hotel near Sydney Airport in May 2016 after signing a management agreement with Goodman to brand and operate a new, 229-room 5-star hotel.

Accor reaches 600 hotels in Asia Pacific

Accor has reached its 600th hotel in Asia-Pacific with the signing of the landmark Park Lane Hotel in Hong Kong to the group’s upscale Pullman brand.

Accor quiet on Sofitel deal

Investor Dr Jerry Schwartz and operator Accor Hotels can’t confirm a luxury Sofitel hotel will be built at the new International Convention Centre in Sydney, despite continuing Australian mainstream media coverage suggesting the project is a done deal.

Brisbane Airport to get two new hotels

Deputy PM and Minister for Regional Development Hon Warren Truss MP yesterday announced that Brisbane Airport is getting an Ibis and Pullman hotel as part of a $150 million development project.

Q Dining launches at Pullman Quay Grand

Executive Chef Daniel Simpson, consultant Chef Justin North and Australian Operations Manager Wayne Taranto last night welcomed guests to the new dining space that provides a new perspective on Sydney’s Circular Quay.

Pullman’s adult playground meeting rooms

Pullman is set to change the way its boardrooms look with the unveiling of a new ‘business playground’ concept under its motto of ‘work hard, play hard’.


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