Accor Unveils Vietnam Expansion Plan

17th March 2010 (Last Updated March 17th, 2010 18:30)

French hotel chain Accor has announced a plan to expand its global footprint in Vietnam by 2012. Accor will develop its Pullman, Mgallery and Ibis hotel brands in the country, according to travelpulse. The first Pullman Vung Tao and the second Mgallery hotel, Hotel De L'Opera

French hotel chain Accor has announced a plan to expand its global footprint in Vietnam by 2012.

Accor will develop its Pullman, Mgallery and Ibis hotel brands in the country, according to travelpulse.

The first Pullman Vung Tao and the second Mgallery hotel, Hotel De L’Opera Hanoi, will be opened in 2010.

Three Novotels, including Imperial Hoi An, Resort Phu Quoc and Saigon Centre, as well as Mercure Hanoi Hado will be opened, while Vietnam’s first two international economy hotels, Ibis Saigon and Ibis Saigon South located in Ho Chi Minh City, will also be unveiled.

Accor will also open Le Belhamy Hoi An Resort and Spa, a 131-room resort hotel located on Ha My Beach.

Accor currently has 13 hotels and 2,147 rooms in Vietnam and is expected to increase the number of rooms by 2,000.