Accor Opens ibis Saigon South

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 28 June 2012

Accor is on schedule to open 16 new hotels in Vietnam by 2015. Today, Accor operates 13 hotels in the country.

Its latest hotel to open in the beautiful and rapidly developing country of Vietnam, is the ibis Saigon South, the group's first ibis hotel in the country.

ibis Saigon South has 160 guest rooms which provide a wide range of amenities, including flat screen televisions and WiFi internet access.

The hotel also offers 24-hour services, food and beverages at the OOPEN Restaurant, and a bar on the ground floor for guests who want to relax and enjoy a selection of drinks.

Accor in Vietnam

With a total of 16 development commitments Accor will add another 4,047 guest rooms to its Vietnam hotel network. Development commitments include:

Pullman Danang Beach Resort 186 rooms, opening Q3, 2012
Pullman Vung Tau 370 rooms, opening Q1, 2013
Pullman Saigon Centre 322 rooms, opening Q3, 2013
Pullman Hai Phong Flamboyant Island Resort 308 rooms, opening Q4, 2015
Ba Na Hills, Member of the MGallery Collection 90 rooms, opening Q3, 2014
Novotel Saigon Centre 247 rooms, opening Q2, 2012
Novotel Danang Premier Han River 323 rooms, opening Q3, 2012
Novotel Dalat 250 rooms, opening 2013
Novotel Phu Quoc Resort 234 rooms, opening 2013
Novotel Hue 200 rooms, opening Q2, 2015
Novotel Ciputra Hanoi - 300 rooms, opening Q2, 2015
Mercure Hanoi Hado 222 rooms, opening 2013
Mercure Sam Son 165 rooms, opening 2013
Mercure Danang French Village, Ba Na Hills 372 rooms, opening Q4, 2013
Mercure Danang Son Tra Resort 120 rooms, opening Q3, 2014
Ibis Saigon Grand Palace 338 rooms, opening Q3, 2015

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