Advertising its luxurious diversity, AccorHotels has started three new hotels in the Southeast Asia – one each in Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.
Noting that the new properties, opened under AccorHotels’ Sofitel and Pullman brands, will serve as an “elegant choice at these key destinations”, Patrick Basset, COO of Upper Southeast and Northeast Asia, said the three hotels together represented the luxurious diversity and reach of AccorHotels.
Vung Tau, the 356-room Pullman hotel, is the maiden five-star international hotel in the seaside destination. Complimentary Wi-Fi and the Pullman bedding notion with memory foam pillows are the striking features of the hotel.
Veranda Resort Pattaya, the 145-room hotel, situated on Na Jomtien beach, has an attractive dining room, Sea Sky restaurant and bar besides a pool bar. All the latest equipment and facilities are made available in the two meeting rooms.
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Accorhotels expands in Southeast Asia