New Accor Properties in Thailand

The French hotel group is rapidly expanding its presence in Thailand, most markedly with two new high-end properties opening in Bangkok in 2012, the Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit and So Bangkok at the top of Sathorn across from Lumpini Park.

The full range of hotel brands in the Accor family are Sofitel, So Sofitel, Pullman, MGallery, Novotel, Suite Novotel, Mercure, ibis.

Accor Rebrands and Launches a New Loyalty Program

Hotel chain Accor is doing two key things to improve its image and increase brand loyalty. The first is a rebranding from AccorHotels to Accor. The second is a revamp of its loyalty program. Its loyalty program used to be not very attractive, but it is revamping different key points such as sports, dining and […]

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Bangkok to host first Orient Express hotel following Accor acquisition

Tristen Auera has created a residential spin-off of the beloved Orient Express trains that ran luxuriously through Bangkok by introducing the new AccorHotels suites. They started planning its developing back in 2017, and it will feature approximately 154 rooms for guests to stay in. Bangkok residents and tourists alike are eager to see if the […]

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Accor introduces co-living hotel concept with new brand

Accor Hotels is introducing a new communal environment with the traveling millennial in mind. The venues are known as Jo&Joe venues, and there will be fifty such venues set up around the world. These venues offer an offbeat design with catering services, along with many activities, such as yoga and different types of workshops. Key […]

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Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20

Opening in April 2016, Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20, sits in the heart of Bangkok’s famous shopping and restaurant district of Sukhumvit.  Accessible by tuk tuk or a short walk from the Sukhumvit MRT and Asoke BTS stations, you will be thrust into this vibrant hub that never sleeps.

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Tulip and Waterfront Hotel and Condo in Pattaya on the defensive amid construction permit scandal

"Business as usual" says Kobi Elbaz CEO of Tulip Group, despite the furor of potential illegitimacy surrounding the construction that is underway in Pattaya of the new waterfront hotel and condo project at Bali Hai Pier. Pattaya, Thailand, world famous as a tourist destination is slowly being transformed into a more family orientated destination in […]

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