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Accor signs 10 More Ibis Hotels in China

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Accor has signed 10 new Ibis hotels in China. Today, the Ibis network in China consists of 26 hotels and 5,348 rooms. 19 more Ibis hotels will open during 2009 taking the network to 45 hotels by the end of this year.

The new hotels include two new hotels in Beijing which will open by the end of 2009 - Ibis Beijing Capital Airport and Ibis Beijing Wangjing, increasing the number of Ibis hotels in the capital of China to three.

Qingdao, the well-known holiday resort, will also witness the opening of two new Ibis hotels in the coming two years - Ibis Qingdao Donghai and Ibis Qingdao Ningxia.

 Other Ibis hotels include Ibis Dalian Zhuanghe and Ibis Jinan Jiefang which are both scheduled to open by the end of 2009.

Beyond 2009, Ibis hotels have been committed to four new cities in China, with the signing of Ibis Shenyang Tiexi, Ibis Anshan Shengli Square, Ibis Baotou Aerding, and Ibis Weifang Qingnian, further strengthening the Ibis hotel network in North China.

The Ibis offer in China is consistent with the brand's international standards including a unique en-suite bathroom, comfortable beds in rooms with a warm atmosphere, robust sound insulation, high-speed Internet network ensuring efficient online access and flat screen TVs.

These new Ibis hotels will offer around-the-clock service, like all Ibis hotels around the world, regardless of the time of arrival, guests can rest assured they will find bar services and snacks available at the hotel. The "8-hour non-stop" breakfast concept implemented in all Ibis hotels globally is adapted to the pace of all the guests - available anytime from 4am to 12pm and the quality of each guests stay is guaranteed by a "15-minute Satisfaction Contract".

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