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In July, Accor debuts three new properties in Asia.

In July, Accor debuts three new properties in Asia.

The midscale Novotel Rayong Star Convention Centre in Thailand, the premium Mövenpick Hotel Surabaya City in Indonesia, and the region’s largest international hospitality group, Accor, inaugurated three new hotels throughout Asia during the month of July. The buildings show Accor’s dedication to thoughtfully expanding into new areas under their well-known international brands while maintaining a local flavour. As of now in 2023, Accor has added 15 new hotels to Asia.

Thailand’s Novotel Rayong Star Convention Centre

The 234-key city hotel in Rayong, a well-known midscale brand, brings the company’s hallmark experiences to life with naturally intuitive design, roomy modular layouts, wholesome food, and a variety of satisfying experiences for both business travellers and families. The hotel’s 1,200-person capacity pillarless conference and event space features a flexible layout ideal for a variety of gatherings, including social and business functions. Until September 30th, 2023, guests are encouraged to take advantage of a special pricing starting at THB2,200++ per night for members of ALL – Accor Live Limitless, which includes a THB 500 per night food and beverage credit.

Rayong has long been a popular weekend vacation spot for Thai citizens as it is about 2.5 hours by car from Bangkok and Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Visitors may access the industrial area, markets, dining establishments, beaches, and tourism destinations from the Novotel Rayong Star Convention Centre, including the 80-year-old Yom Jin Da Road Market, the distinctively curved Seang Chan Beach, the Floating Pagoda, Khao Laem Ya-Mu Ko Samet National Park, and fruit orchards.

Indonesian hotel Mercure Pangkalan Bun Kalimantan

The Central Kalimantan Province of Indonesia’s first Accor property, Mercure Pangkalan Bun, offers a genuine expression of the local culture. The renowned 4,150-square-kilometer Tanjung Puting National Park, designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, is accessible from Pangkalan Bun, the regency seat of West Kotawaringin. The most significant orangutan conservation area in the world is this park.

The interior design of Mercure Pangkalan Bun’s 150 chic and modern rooms, which range from Premium Superior Rooms to the Presidential Suite and embrace the area’s connection to nature, incorporates natural elements like woven rattan and wood. All of the different dining options at Mercure Pangkalan Bun, including the all-day dining restaurant Kelakai, the lobby lounge The Malining, and the Palapas Bar, use locally produced ingredients and feature a lively, modern atmosphere.

Additionally, the hotel has the city’s largest pillarless ballroom, the beautiful Batuah Ballroom, which is outfitted with cutting-edge technology to host outstanding weddings, business meetings, and social events for up to 650 guests. A special opening rate of IDR 905.080 net per night, including breakfast for two guests, is available to ALL – Accor Live Limitless members as a way of celebrating the opening through August 31st, 2023.

Source- Travel daily

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