Accorhotels expands in Southeast Asia

Accorhotels expands in Southeast Asia

AccorHotels has opened three new hotels in the Southeast Asia under its Sofitel and Pullman brands. The properties have opened in Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.

“These three key hotels collectively represent the luxurious diversity and reach of AccorHotels Luxury & Upscale brands, and individually embody the essence of their respective destination,” said Patrick Basset, COO of Upper Southeast and Northeast Asia. “From Laos to Thailand to Vietnam, our new hotels are an elegant choice at these key destinations.”

The newly-opened 356-room Pullman Vung Tau is the first five-star international hotel in this seaside destination. The property features complimentary Wi-Fi, the Pullman bedding concept with memory foam pillows. Pullman Vung Tau’s all-day dining restaurant Riviera, the Corniche Ultra Lounge a Lobby Bar and Pool Bar. The hotel also offers 2,036 square metres of flexible meeting and event space equipped with the latest technology, flat screen LCDs, teleconferencing services and high-speed Wi-Fi. Gym fanatics can workout at the 24/7 Fit Lounge, or relax with a dip at the hotel pool.

The 145-room Veranda Resort Pattaya, located on Na Jomtien beach, features The Dining Room, Sea Sky restaurant and bar, and a Pool Bar. The Veranda Spa proposes traditional therapies and signature treatments. The hotel also offers a fully-equipped fitness centre, swimming pool and kids club. The hotel’s two meeting rooms offer state-of-the-art equipment and facilities with 300 square metres of conference space that can accommodate up to 220 persons.

Sofitel Luang Prabangboasts 25 clay-roofed suites, ranging in size from 46 to 120 square meters, each with its own private garden, oversized bathtub or private pool. Shuttered windows, hand-carved poster bed frames and exquisite Lao artefacts nurture a sense of old-world nostalgia, enhanced by 21st-century amenities such as flat-screen televisions, Wi-Fi and the signature plush Sofitel MyBed. LE SPA offers treatments and therapies that combine ancient Lao healing techniques with local organic products and the latest advances in skin care. The hotel restaurant, Governor’s Grill, offers a delectable blend of fine western gastronomy and traditional Lao cuisine with its distinctive spices and flavours. Sofitel Luang Prabang also offers a memorable setting for events and meetings.

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