HotelsWith signings for 29 hotels across 12 countries in Asia in 2021, Accor looks to further intensify its global presence in 2022.

Accor kicks off 2022 with 300 openings in the pipeline

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The Admiral Hotel Manila – MGallery will feature six themed floors showcasing Philippines local culture.
The Admiral Hotel Manila – MGallery will feature six themed floors showcasing Philippines local culture. Photo Credit: Accor

Accor gets ready for a busy year with 300 global openings spanning cosmopolitan cities such as London, Doha and Moscow. Destinations include Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia; Copenhagen, Denmark; and Casco Viejo, Panama City.

“With more than 300 new hotels and resorts opening their doors in 2022, we are certain that each member of our vast community of loyal guests around the world will find somewhere unique to inspire their next journey,” said Sébastien Bazin, chairman and CEO of Accor.

Added Accor Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea’s CEO Garth Simmons, the hospitality company signed 6,900 rooms spanning 29 hotels across 12 countries in the region, along with 1,800 keys within four branded residences in 2021.

The Old War Office, Whitehall, is undergoing a major refurbishment for the opening of Raffles London at The OWO.
The Old War Office, Whitehall, is undergoing a major refurbishment for the opening of Raffles London at The OWO. Photo Credit: Accor

Leveraging on the growing trend where travellers look to level up their travel experiences by increasing average spend per trip in the coming years, Accor has upped the ante on its luxury experiences with an extensive expansion of its luxury brands.

Singapore will see the arrival of its first Pullman hotel in mid-2022, with the 308-key Pullman Singapore Orchard, located in the country’s prime shopping district, featuring bold dining concepts, a fitness club and an outdoor pool.

The Pullman Singapore Orchard will be part of a mixed-use development, which will feature commercial and retail outlets including the flagship Apple store.
The Pullman Singapore Orchard will be part of a mixed-use development, which will feature commercial and retail outlets including the flagship Apple store. Photo Credit: Accor

The Pullman influence continues to grow with the upcoming openings of Pullman Lombok Mandalika Beach Resort offering 257 rooms, suites and villas overlooking the Indian Ocean; and Pullman Tbilisi Axis Towers, Georgia offering 226 keys, a rooftop pool, and the largest conference hall in the capital of Georgia.

Another highly anticipated luxury property launch is Accor’s Raffles London at The OWO. Situated within the historic Old War Office at Whitehall, London, this new property comprises 120 rooms and suites, 85 branded residences and 11 restaurants and bars.

The first Raffles in the North America continent will also be opened later this year with the Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences featuring 146 residences, 147 guestrooms, and six food and beverage venues, including a sky bar and speakeasy.

As the official accommodation provider for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the Middle East is another stronghold for Accor. The group will broaden its Rixos portfolio both in Qatar and the surrounding with the upcoming Rixos Doha Qetaifan; Rixos Obhur Jeddah in Saudi Arabia; and Rixos Jewel of the Creek in Dubai, UAE.

Accor will also introduce new properties throughout the region including the new Raffles Doha and sister hotel Fairmont Doha, Banyan Tree AlUla in the Asher Valley of Saudi Arabia, and Fairmont La Marina Rabat-Salé.

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