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33. Accor’s Race to Survive in Phuket
Accor’s Race to Survive in Phuket. The Phuket-based event will kick off on Monday 22 March 2010 as participants run, swim, bike and canoe over four grueling days (22 - 25 March) of fun-filled competition to raise funds for Accor Yim Kids Foundation, established by the company to improve the social well being of Thai children.
34. Accor wins Top Accolade In China’s Fifth Golden Pillow Award
Accor wins Top Accolade In China’s Fifth Golden Pillow Award. All Accor hotels in China are situated in major metropolitan areas, gateway cities, popular resort destinations, and are developing fast into tier two and tier three cities under 6 different brands: Sofitel, Pullman, Grand Mercure, Novotel, Mercure and Ibis, covering a full spectrum of markets from luxury to economy.
35. Accor’s Thailand Hotel Business Remains Depressed
Accor’s Thailand Hotel Business Remains Depressed. In Thailand, Accor’s hotel business remains depressed and continues to be affected by the slowdown of tourist arrivals – a result of the closure of Suvarnabhumi, and other airports, in the country in 2008, the downturn in the global economy and to some extent concerns over Swine Flu, other widespread negative press and the demonstr
36. Accor to Enhance Service Standards for Chinese and Indian Guests in Australia
Accor to Enhance Service Standards for Chinese and Indian Guests in Australia. Following consultation with leading tour and travel operators from China and India, Accor hotels will provide a range of services specifically designed to cater for the needs of travellers from their two markets. These will include particular foods as part of the breakfast buffet, Chinese and Indian spea
37. Accor Completes Purchase of Mirvac Hotels
Accor has completed the purchase of the Mirvac Group’s hotel interests in Australia and New Zealand. As a result of the acquisition, Accor will add a total of 43 hotels across Australia and New Zealand.
38. Denis Hennequin to Become Chairman & CEO of Accor
Denis Hennequin to Become Chairman & CEO of Accor. Accor's Board of Directors has confirmed that Gilles Pélisson, Chairman & CEO of Accor will leave the company on 15 January 2011. Denis Hennequin has consequently been appointed as Executive Director with effect from 1 December 2010. Yann Caillère will retain his position as Deputy CEO.
39. Accor Expands Indonesia Portfolio
Accor Expands Indonesia Portfolio. Accor, already one of the largest international operators of hotels in Indonesia today, is further expanding its portfolio with eight new projects throughout the country. The eight new projects which will all open before the end of 2012 include hotels in Padang, Surabaya, Manado, Balikpapan, Kuta, Denpasar, Jakarta and Bangka.
40. Accor to Launch New Brand in Indonesia
Accor has plans to expand its footprint of luxury and upscale properties to 400 hotels by 2015, from a current network of 300 hotels (65,000 rooms worldwide). As part of this strategy, Accor has launched Grand Mercure Maha Cipta, an upscale brand tailor-made for Indonesia.

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