ACCOR announced yesterday the opening of Pullman Hanoi, the first Pullman brand hotel in Vietnam.
Previously known as Hanoi Horison Hotel, Pullman Hanoi went through a recent comprehensive refurbishment to modernise its facilities and decor. All 242 rooms and public areas now have free Wi-Fi Internet access.
Pullman Hanoi is located 10 minutes from Hanoi’s historic quarter and within close proximity to government, embassies and offices. The hotel is also a 10-minute walk to the Ho Chi Minh Museum and a 40-minute drive to Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport.
Patrick Basset, senior vice president of Accor Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and the Philippines, said: “We are very proud to introduce the Pullman brand to Vietnam with the opening of Pullman Hanoi, completing Accor’s brand portfolio in the country. With the opening of the hotel, we now offer a hotel brand for every market segment including luxury Sofitel, upscale Pullman and MGallery, midscale Novotel and Mercure, and economy Ibis.”
In addition to Pullman Hanoi, three other Pullman hotels are in Accor’s confirmed development pipeline in Vietnam. There are now 38 Pullman hotels in Asia-Pacific, with a further committed pipeline of 35 Pullmans.
Pullman Hanoi is the latest amongst a string of new openings. Last week, China welcomed its 16th Pullman – becoming the brand’s largest market – and this week Pullman became Australia’s largest upscale hotel brand, with the arrival of two new hotels in northern Queensland.