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Accor Signs Two More Pullman Hotels in Vietnam

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Accor is expanding its Pullman hotel brand in Vietnam with two new developments in the country, the Pullman Danang Beach and Pullman Hai Phong Flamboyant Island Resort.

Accor now has commitments to develop five Pullman hotels in Vietnam: Pullman Vung Tau, Pullman Danang Beach and Pullman Hanoi Horison are scheduled to open in 2011; and Pullman Saigon Centre and Pullman Hai Phong Flamboyant Island Resort are due to open in 2013.

“With sustained economic growth and significant investment in infrastructure leading to increased volumes for business travel and continued international and domestic leisure travel strength, opportunities continue for quality upscale hotel developments in Vietnam,” said Patrick Basset, Vice President of Operations for Vietnam, the Philippines, Japan and South Korea. “We are delighted to announce these two new hotels in Danang and Hai Phong and excited about the prospects for the Pullman brand in Vietnam.”

Pullman Danang Beach is due to open in mid 2011 and located on the beach front. The hotel will feature 207 guest rooms, 4 restaurants and extensive leisure facilities including three swimming pools. The city of Danang attracts tourists from Vietnam and abroad and is renowned for having one of the worlds top ten beaches. This hotel will be the debut of the Pullman brand in Vietnam.

Pullman Hai Phong Flamboyant Island Resort is located in Vietnam’s industrial and seaport centre on northern coastal area of the country. Located on Flamboyant Island in Do Son District, this 300-room hotel will support the increasing number of travelers to the northern parts of Vietnam seeking an international quality upscale hotel. The hotel will have superb facilities with three restaurants, two bars, a ballroom, meeting rooms, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, an entertainment centre, spa and an amphitheatre.

Pullman Vung Tau will have 360 guest rooms, a ballroom that can accommodate up to 500 guests, several smaller meeting rooms with “Chill-out” zones, a business centre, gym, spa and a swimming pool. The hotel will also provide an all-day dining restaurant, a specialty restaurant and a lobby bar and lounge. Pullman Vung Tau is located adjacent the international convention centre and a 5-minute walk to the beach.

Pullman Hanoi Horison is located in the city centre and is currently undergoing and extensive renovation and upgrade. Once completed this 250-room hotel will have significant event space accommodating up to 1,000 guests, whilst providing facilities such as outdoor swimming pool, a fitness centre, restaurant, lobby and pool side bars. With an extensive range of tailored services to accommodate meetings and seminars, Pullman Hanoi Horison aims to entice business travelers and events visiting the nation’s capital.

Pullman Saigon Centre a 290-room newly constructed upscale hotel with contemporary architecture and chic interiors will be located in District One of Ho Chi Minh City. Once completed, Pullman Saigon Centre will comprise of 1,500 sqm of ballroom and meeting facilities, two restaurants, a bar, an outdoor swimming pool, business centre and fitness facility.

Pullman in Asia Pacific

16 Pullman hotels are operating today throughout Asia Pacific and a further 25 hotels are committed to development in the region. The brand is on track to achieve 100 hotels in the region by 2013.

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