Accor opens its 300th hotel in Asia-Pacific

BEIJING - Accor has opened its 300th hotel in Asia-Pacific with the launch of the Grand Mercure Xidan Beijing in China. The re-branding of Grand Mercure Xidan Beijing follows a record 2006, during which the group’s Asia-Pacific hotel network grew by an impressive 21 percent, adding 53 hotels in 12 countries. The main countries for growth were China, Thailand, Indonesia and Australia. The expansion included new hotel openings covering all seven hotel brands that Accor operates in the region: Sofitel, Grand Mercure, Novotel, Mercure, All Seasons, Ibis and Formule 1. Accor also has a further 95 hotels committed to open over the next two years, with China and India being two of the key growth markets.

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