HotelsSofitel Clark and Emblems Clark will offer high-end fashion stores, French-inspired cafes and convention facilities.

Accor and Hann bring class and France to Clark

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Left to right: Accor - Chris Cho, vice president development – Singapore, Philippines, Japan, Korea and Maldives; Lucie Tarret-Imbert, director, luxury development – Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea; Andrew Langdon, senior vice president development - Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea; Garth Simmons, CEO, Accor Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea; Hann Philippines, Inc - Daesik Han, chairman & CEO, Hann Philippines, Inc.; Agnes Liwanag – assistant vice president corporate planning, development & communication; Tarek Aouini, general manager of Swissotel Clark.
Left to right: Accor - Chris Cho, vice president development – Singapore, Philippines, Japan, Korea and Maldives; Lucie Tarret-Imbert, director, luxury development – Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea; Andrew Langdon, senior vice president development - Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea; Garth Simmons, CEO, Accor Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea; Hann Philippines, Inc - Daesik Han, chairman & CEO, Hann Philippines, Inc.; Agnes Liwanag – assistant vice president corporate planning, development & communication; Tarek Aouini, general manager of Swissotel Clark.

Clark City in the Philippines is in line for a luxury upgrade with Accor’s signing of two new properties within a luxury integrated resort, Hann Lux.

Sofitel Clark and Emblems Clark will offer access to high-end fashion stores, French-inspired cafes and convention facilities.

Accor is partnering with the Hann Group, one of Asia’s fastest growing business corporations in the hospitality, leisure and gaming sectors.

Based in Clark Freeport Zone, Hann currently operates Hann Casino Resort which embraces five-star international brands like Swissotel Clark and Clark Marriott together with Hann Casino, the biggest casino in the area.

Sofitel Clark will comprise 300 guest rooms while the Emblems Clark will feature 200 guest rooms.

Emblems Clark will join an up-and-coming collection of emblematic hotels within Accor’s luxury portfolio. Accor aims to open 60 Emblems properties around the world by 2030.

Both Sofitel Clark and Emblems Clark will feature all-day dining and speciality restaurants, as well as swimming pools, spas, fitness centres, meetings and conferencing spaces, and executive lounges.

The Clark Freeport Zone (CFZ) is in the Central Luzon region of the Philippines, accessible by way of Clark International Airport or by car from Metro Manila, located less than 2 hours’ drive away.

In 2019, Accor and Hann signed multi-agreements for Banyan Tree Clark, Angsana Clark, Mercure Clark and Swissôtel Clark.

The first phase of Swissôtel Clark launched in February 2022, with the broader hotel complex set to debut later this year, featuring 372 rooms and five restaurants and bars.

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