Hospitality Group Accor has signed new management agreements to open new properties in India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam.

The signings include ibis Styles Phuket Bangtao, Novotel Jakarta Pulo Mas, Mercure Cat Tien, ibis Styles Cat Tien, Swissôtel Bangkok Pratunam, and Grand Mercure Goa Candolim.

The 140-key ibis Styles Phuket Bangtao is scheduled to open in 2025 while the 325-key Swissôtel Pratunam Bangkok is expected to open in early 2027, both situated in Thailand.

The 36-floor Novotel Jakarta Pulo Mas, situated in East Jakarta, Indonesia, is part of a mixed-use development.

It will include 175 rooms, an all-day dining restaurant, spa, pool bar, health and fitness centre, an outdoor swimming pool, and lounge.

Accor will manage and operate two hotels within the Imperial Oasis Quy Nhon project in Binh Dinh province, Vietnam, under the Mercure and ibis Styles brands.

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The 189-room Mercure Cat Tien and 250-room ibis Styles Cat Tien are expected to open in 2027.

Both hotels will offer amenities such as an all-day dining restaurant, swimming pool, pool club, meeting rooms, and a gym.

Grand Mercure Goa Candolim is scheduled to open in the second quarter of next year, marking the 7th Grand Mercure property in India.

Spanning across 6,500m², the hotel will have 87 rooms, two dining venues, a banquet hall exceeding 500m², along with fitness and spa facilities.

Accor Asia premium, midscale and economy division CEO Garth Simmons said: “The dynamism of the hospitality market demands more than expansion; it demands innovation.

“Our strategic signings and brand introductions to new markets are a testament to our pledge to be pioneers in delivering unparalleled guest experiences, marking a new era in the evolution of hospitality.”

Accor signed management agreements for 69 properties, adding over 16,500 rooms to its portfolio by October 2023.

The six new signings added 1,100 more keys to the company’s portfolio across Asia in November 2023.

Earlier this month, Accor partnered with the China Hospitality Association (CHA) to secure Green Hotel Certification for its hotels in China.