Accor expanding its luxury portfolio in the United Arab Emirates with the introduction of the Sofitel brand into Ras Al Khaimah. A new hotel is set to open in 2023.
The property will offer 156 comfortable rooms with sea view, two restaurants and spa centre in addition to an innovative work-space and conference facility.
Accor is growing its portfolio in Saudi Arabia, partnering with Taiba Investments to open the first Novotel branded property in the city of Madinah.
With a number of standout properties coming to market across the region, Mark Willis, chief executive for Accor India, Middle East, Africa & Turkey, tells us how the company has navigated the Covid-19 pandemic. With Expo 2020 just around the corner, he also explains how the event will galvanise a hospitality recovery in Dubai.
Accor Live Limitless (ALL), the lifestyle loyalty program from the hotel giant, has staged the largest drone show ever seen in Europe as it celebrates the launch of a new payment card with Visa.
Accor has appointed Sara Glenn and Benjamin Cadwell as chief operating officers in North and Central America. The news comes as the company seeks to rebuild following Covid-19.
Accor has announced the appointment of Maria Ashton to the role of vice president development luxury brands northern Europe. She assumes the role with immediate effect.
Located near main business hubs, shopping centres and tourist destinations, the hotel is the main flagship property for Novotel in the North and Central American region.
The hotel is set to become a destination of choice for business travellers and leisure guests looking for comfortable and convenient accommodation.
Accor and New Terry Developments have opened the 87-room BreakFree Wirrina Cove resort, nestled in the heart of beautiful Wirrina Cove, South Australia.
Accor has confirmed the signing of the first Tribe hotel in Hungary in partnership with Futureal, a real estate developer. The 250-room hotel will open in Budapest at the end of 2023.
Accor has reported consolidated revenue of €824 million for the first half of 2021. RevPAR fell by 60 per cent against the first six months of 2019.