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Accor Opens Novotel Yangon Max

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Accor has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Myanmar with the opening of the Novotel Yangon Max, the groups third hotel in the country.

With its close proximity to the citys commercial and cultural hub and Yangon International Airport, the Novotel Yangon Max is ideal for both business and leisure travellers looking to explore the sights and sounds of the former capital of Myanmar.

The hotel boasts 366 guest rooms, two ballrooms that cater to corporate and private events, seven F&B outlets and recreational facilities.

Patrick Basset, Chief Operating Officer for Accor Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and the Philippines, said, We are thrilled and proud that Novotel Yangon Max is Accors first hotel in Yangon in over a decade. Novotel is Accors midscale brand for business and leisure guests seeking quality and comfort. As Accors third hotel in Myanmar, the hotel reflects the continued expansion of business and tourism in the region and the growing demand for internationally-recognised hotel brands with high service standards.

Guest rooms range in size from 29 to 75 square metres. The 366 guestrooms include 123 Executive Rooms and Suites (including a Presidential Suite) on the Executive Floors with club access to the Premier Lounge and VIP amenities.

Novotel Yangon Max also features two ballrooms, a conference room and six meeting rooms. The Yangon Ballroom boasts a 12-metre-high ceiling that accommodates up to 700 guests, while the Pyay Conference Room easily welcomes a crowd of up to 400.

The hotels recreational facilities include the In Balance fitness centre, Spa by Manida, a tennis court, a yoga room, an outdoor swimming pool with a jacuzzi, and a pool and club for kids.

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