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.

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.

VIVID fest a huge boost for Sydney hotels

Vivid Festival 2013 was a resounding success for Accor’s Sydney hotels with hotels in Circular Quay, The Rocks, Walsh Bay and Darling Harbour recording record results.

Accor’s MICE Milestone

Accor has acheived a new milestone this week, reaching a grand total of 2,000 meeting and event facilities across its global hotel network.

Pullman Sydney Hyde Park gets a new makeover

Following a rebranding 12 months ago, the Pullman Sydney Hyde Park has unveiled a striking refurbishment where everything from the lobby to the 241 guestrooms have been renovated.

The Sebel Cairns rebrands to Pullman

Cairns’ largest 5 star hotel has rebranded to Pullman Cairns International as part of Accor’s expansion of the Pullman brand in Australia, following the acquisition of the Mirvac hotel portfolio.

Sydney’s Quay Grand Suites becomes Pullman

The renowned Quay Grand Suites Sydney have rebranded to Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour, joining two other Pullmans in Sydney; Pullman Sydney Olympic Park and Pullman Sydney Hyde Park

Quay West Resort Bunker Bay gets a new name

From the September 19, 2012, One of Margaret River’s most popular beachfront properties takes on a new, global name. Quay West Resort Bunker Bay in Western Australia’s Margaret River wine region will rebrand to Pullman Resort Bunker Bay.

Accor launches e-planner for event and meeting venues

Accor has launched a user-friendly interactive e-planner site that allows professional conference organisers to find the perfect hotel for their next event quickly and easily from the comfort of their desk

Accor buys management of 48 Mirvac hotels in Australasia

In the biggest Australasian hotel move of the decade, Accor has entered into contracts to acquire Mirvac Group’s hotel management business and a 21.9 per cent stake in the company’s Mirvac Wholesale Hotel Fund for AUD$255 million.

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