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Accor to Launch 1 Million Hotel Rooms 3 Day Super Sale

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Accor is preparing to launch its largest-ever hotel sale staged in the Asia Pacific region, with 1,000,000 rooms on sale throughout 13 countries.

The sale commences at midnight February 24, (midnight in the country of the hotel being booked) until 11.59pm February 26, 2009.

Rooms at over 300 hotels will be available for stays from April 1 July 31, 2009 with discounts of up to 75% booked via

Accor Hotel brands participating in the sale include Pullman, MGallery, Grand Mercure, Novotel, Mercure, all seasons and ibis. Each participating country has a single sale rate Australia US$52, Singapore US$60, Hong Kong US$55, Malaysia US$37 and Thailand US$38.

Countries/destinations included in the sale and rates:

Country In local currency
Australia A$ 79
Bali US$ 43
China CNY 308
Fiji FJ$ 79
Hong Kong HK$ 426
India INR 2400
Indonesia IDR 390,000
Japan JPY 8500
Laos US$ 44
Malaysia MYR 135
New Zealand NZ$ 79
Singapore Sin$ 88
South Korea KRW 99,000
Thailand THB 1,330
Vietnam US$ 40

Commenting on the launch of the three-day super sale, Oswald Pichler, Vice President Accor Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, said, the Accor super sale would provide a significant tourism stimulus to Thailand, one of the most popular destinations in the region. Thailand as a regional hub is easily accessible on various national and low cost carriers. Now with bargain hotel rooms, short breaks and longer holidays can be expected like never before.

We hope that it will be a welcome boost to Thai tourism and all the businesses that rely on the industry for income and jobs.

32 hotels under the management of Accor participate in the sale. These hotels are conveniently located in the popular destinations such as Chiang Mai, Khon Kaen, Pattaya, Phuket, Samui Island, Rayong, Chomphon, and the capital city of Bangkok.

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