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Accor signs Hotels in Bali, Yogyakarta and Pontianak

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Tuesday, 2 June 2009

Accor has signed agreements for three additional hotels in Indonesia - one in Bali, another in Yogyakarta and one in Pontianak.

The Mercure Bali Kuta Harvestland is located in Balis most liveliest tourist area - Kuta. In the centre of all of the action, shops and attractions, this 160 room hotel will open in late 2010. The hotel will become the third Mercure in Bali, joining Mercure Kuta Bali and Mercure Sanur Resort Bali.

The All Seasons Yogyakarta is scheduled to open in 2011. It is located within walking distance to local shops, restaurants and the famous Malioboro Street. Yogyakarta is the base for travelers to Central Java (the main Island of Indonesia) including those visiting Borobudor, Solo and the cities attractions. The 122 room hotel is located close to the Royal Javanese Palace home of the Sultanese Royalty.

The Mercure Pontianak is scheduled to open in the third quarter of 2009. The 172 room hotel will enjoy a prime location on the main arterial road and next to the largest shopping mall in Pontianak. Minutes from the airport, the hotel is within close proximity to the central business and government office district.

Gerard Guillouet, Vice President Operations for Accor Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore said, The Mercure Pontianak is the first international hotel for the city and our fourth hotel on the island of Borneo. The expansion of All Seasons sees the growth of the brand for the first time outside of the leisure destination of Bali.

Accor currently operates 37 hotels in Indonesia. Five new hotel projects were announced earlier this year namely Novotel Jakarta Gajah Mada, Novotel Manado, Novotel Tangerang, Novotel Bangka and Mercure Solo.

The company will grow the network to 48 hotels in Indonesia by 2011.

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