Accor stretches Vietnam footprint

ACCOR will expand its portfolio in Vietnam, with three new hotels in Hue, Danang and Sam Son.

Novotel Hue will be a newly-built 230-room hotel located in the centre of Vietnam’s ancient capital, with facilities including three F&B outlets, a ballroom, meeting facilities, as well as a swimming pool and spa.

Novotel Danang Han River will be the second Accor property in Danang after Mercure Danang opens later this year. This 346-room hotel will be located near the Han River in the city centre.

Mercure Sam Son will be a new hotel of 200 rooms in Sam Son, a coastal city in Thanh Hoa province, 170km south of Hanoi.

Accor now has development commitments for a total of 15 properties and 3,700 rooms in Vietnam.

These commitments include the 279-room Mercure Danang, due to open in August.

The Novotel Danang Han River, 197-room Pullman Danang Olalani Resort, 350-room Pullman Vung Tau, 175-room Novotel Dalat, 234-room Novotel Phu Quoc Resort, 250-room Novotel Saigon Centre, and 222-room Mercure Hanoi Hado are due to open in 2012.

Launching in 2013 are the Novotel Hue, 290-room Pullman Saigon Centre, 300-room Pullman Hai Phong Island Resort, 120-room Mercure Son Tra Resort, 200-room Mercure Sam Son, 170-room Ibis Saigon South, and 338-room Ibis Saigon Centre.

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