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Accor to manage New Airport Hotel in Taipei

Travel News Asia Thursday, 22 March 2007

Accor has signed a management contract for another airport hotel, adding Novotel Taoyuan International Airport Taipei to the brands growing network of airport Novotels. The hotel is being built by CAL Hotel Co. Ltd., and is scheduled to open in late 2009.

The management contract for the Novotel follows the opening of three other Novotels at prime airport destinations around Asia over the past year Hong Kong, Bangkok and Guangzhou. Accor has also signed a management agreement to operate a Novotel at Hyderabads new international airport.

The 360-room Novotel will be the closest hotel to the airport and will be adjacent to China Airlines new headquarters and training centre. The airport area is less than 30 minutes drive from Hsinchus Silicon Valley and only 35 km from the Taipei city centre.

During 2005 Taipei Taoyuan international Airport handled over 21.7 million passengers, of which 19.2 million were international arrivals or departures. There were over 152,000 aircraft moments on its two parallel runways.

The Novotel will feature many of the latest brand interior and exterior design elements, especially on its executive floors. Quality dining will be an important element of the hotel experience with two restaurants and two bars. There will also be a modern fitness centre and swimming pool complex to enhance the hotels resort like feel.

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