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The Accor group reorganizes and wants to develop its Luxury & Lifestyle division

The Accor group reorganizes and wants to develop its Luxury & Lifestyle division

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The Accor group announced Tuesday a reorganization of its activities around two major divisions, confirming that its CEO, Sebastien Bazin, would remain at the helm for several more years.

 

Accor is reorganizing to clarify its positions and segment its activities. The first division will be dedicated to the “Economy, Midscale & Premium” segments, and will include the ibis, Novotel, Mercure, Swissôtel, Mövenpick and Pullman brands, representing 4,816 hotels worldwide and 948 new establishments under development.

 

The second part, “Luxury & Lifestyle“, will include the Raffles & Orient Express, Fairmont, Sofitel & MGallery and Ennismore brands, representing 488 hotels worldwide and 266 new properties under development.

 

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