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VNRE - Accor, the largest international hotel operator in Asia-Pacific and Vietnam, announces the opening of Pullman Hanoi, the first Pullman brand hotel in Vietnam.

Previously known as Hanoi Horison Hotel, Pullman Hanoi recently completed a comprehensive refurbishment that transformed it into one of the city’s most modern properties.

Pullman is Accor’s upscale hotel brand specifically catering to the needs of today's cosmopolitan traveller. Last week, a 16th Pullman opened in China –becoming the brand’s largest market– and this week Pullman became Australia’s largest upscale hotel brand with the opening of two new hotels in northern Queensland. In addition to Pullman Hanoi, three other Pullman hotels are in Accor’s confirmed development pipeline in Vietnam. There are now 38 Pullman Hotels in Asia Pacific with a further committed pipeline of 35 Pullman hotels.

Pullman Hanoi has undergone a complete makeover, incorporating Pullman’s unique brand personality. The 242-room hotel has been outfitted with contemporary décor that captures the inspiration of the city with creative, colourful textures, while providing the comfort and functionality that suits every type of traveller. The spacious, comfortable and connected guest rooms facilitate guests whether they choose to relax, sleep, or work in the rooms. For constant connectivity, the hotel provides free Wi-Fi internet access in rooms and all public areas.

Mr. Patrick Basset, Senior Vice President of Accor Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and the Philippines says, “We are very proud to introduce the Pullman brand to Vietnam with the opening of Pullman Hanoi, completing Accor’s brand portfolio in the country. With the opening of the hotel, we now offer a hotel brand for every market segment including luxury Sofitel, upscale Pullman and MGallery, midscale Novotel and Mercure, and economy Ibis. This hotel will offer guests a unique, tailored hotel experience – catering to both business and leisure guests visiting this capital city.”

Via TravelDailyNews

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