Mon, 4 Sept 2017

Accor Opens First ibis Styles Hotel in USA

AccorHotels has expanded its ibis Styles brand to the United States with the opening of ibis Styles New York LaGuardia Airport.

 The ibis Styles New York LaGuardia Airport is not only the first ibis Styles hotel in the U.S., but it will also serve as the flagship hotel for the brand in the country.

 Located at the former site of the LaGuardia Airport Hotel, the property has undergone a major renovation to bring it within ibis Styles brand standards.

A room at ibis Styles New York LaGuardia Airport. Click to enlarge.

“As the AccorHotels portfolio grows in North America, I am very proud to announce the first ibis Styles hotel in the United States,” said Kevin Frid, Chief Operating Officer, North & Central America, AccorHotels. “ibis Styles has already seen much success in Europe and South America, and we anticipate the brand to be a standout in New York as well.”

Located just across Grand Central Parkway from LaGuardia Airport, the singular design of the 93-room hotel is inspired by the New York City Subway.

 Design details include in-wall lobby seating to throw pillows and artwork that take cues from the colorful emblems, stations and route maps found throughout the underground cultural hub.

Guest rooms are inspired by different subway lines – green, yellow, red, blue – and feature 26-inch HD LED televisions, desk areas, walls decorated with subway maps, and the Sweet Bed by ibis Styles that features a fluffy topper as well as a white duvet and large microfiber pillows.

 The hotel serves street-inspired snacks at the Metrocard Lounge, while making it easy for guests to take a bite out of the Big Apple, with NYC Subway card packages.

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