Hospitality group Accor has further bolstered its ongoing partnership with Construcții Erbașu by signing hotel management agreements for two new hotels in Romania.

The two new hotels are Novotel Living Bucharest Baneasa in Bucharest and ibis Styles Oradea Erbas in the city of Oradea.

The two companies have also extended the current management agreement for ibis Styles Bucharest Erbas, which opened in 2018 in the Aviației area of Bucharest. This revised agreement for this hotel will remain in effect until 2033.

Accor development director of ENA development for Southeast Europe Maria DRĂGULIN said: “The growth of our successful partnership with CONSTRUCȚII ERBAȘU is testimony of Accor’s unwavering commitment to enhance the growth of local hotel owners and investors and to contribute to the design and delivery of exceptional hospitality projects that match the needs and expectations of today’s travellers and bring value and notoriety to their respective destinations.”

Construcții Erbașu CEO Cristian Erbașu said: “Today’s announcement marks the growth of our hospitality portfolio and reinforces the pledge we made five years ago when we launched ibis Styles Bucharest Erbas.

“To honour the legacy of our first hotel and to take its story further.”

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The construction of Novotel Living Bucharest Baneasa commenced in the third quarter of 2023, with expectations of it being operational in June 2025.

Situated across Baneasa Shopping City, the hotel aims to bring the extended stay concept to the city.

It will boast 150 rooms spanning various room types with kitchenettes and flexible workspaces.

The hotel’s ground floor will serve as a social hub, offering dining, meeting and socialising spaces.

The property will also provide an array of amenities, such as an all-day dining venue, a fitness room, a cinema room, meeting venues, parking spaces and a green external area.

Meanwhile, the construction of the 120-room ibis Styles Oradea Erbas will commence in the first quarter of 2024, with the property expected to open in 2026.