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Accor Opens Mercure Sapporo

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Accor has opened the doors of its first hotel in Hokkaido, Japan.

The 285-room Mercure Sapporo is located in the centre of Sapporo, flanked by hundreds of restaurants, bars and entertainment facilities in Susukino and the Sapporo Kokusai Ski slopes are just one hour away.

A great base for leisure and business travelers alike, the hotel is a few minutes walk to the central business district, the famous Sapporo TV Tower landmark, where the world famous Sapporo Snow & Ice Festival is organised every year and is attached to a shopping mall.

Guest rooms at the hotel were designed by renowned French interior designer Isabelle Miaja and are a fusion French style motifs and textures combined with Japanese accents.

The hotel also has a “ladies floor” appealing to the ever increasing number of female travelers – traveling alone. The rooms on these floors feature the increasingly popular high quality L’Occitane bathroom amenities, fashion magazines and body pillow.

Bordeaux, Mercure Sapporo’s restaurant serves French Cuisine with a selection of signature dishes created by the hotel’s head chef Taisuke Hara, using the finest of local produce.

The hotel has 5 meeting rooms capable of hosting different events.

To celebrate the opening, the Mercure Sapporo is offering rooms from just ¥19,000 which includes daily breakfast as well as airport collection for 2 persons. This promotion is valid until October 31, 2009.

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