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Accor expands portfolio with 22 hotels in Japan

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Accor has doubled the group’s footprint in Japan with the opening of 22 hotels and over 6,000 rooms in the country.

Prior to the addition of the 22 new hotels, Accor was operating 24 hotels in Japan, under eight brands: MGallery, Pullman, Swissôtel, Mercure, Novotel, ibis, ibis Styles and ibis budget.

In addition to the twelve Grand Mercure and ten Mercure hotels that joined Accor’s network on 1 April 2024, there are two more properties currently in the group’s pipeline.

The new hotels range in location from the northernmost prefecture of Hokkaido to the southernmost prefecture of Okinawa.

“As Japan continues to welcome back international travel and experiences a steady recovery of the tourism industry, we are excited to add these great hotels to our portfolio and in doing so we are doubling our group’s presence in Japan,” said Garth Simmons, Chief Operating Officer, Premium, Midscale and Economy Division for Accor in Asia. “As the desire to connect with local culture and nature is increasingly in demand amongst travellers today, we offer our loyal guests just that; a range of local experiences offered in charming coastal towns and amongst nature. Popular destinations such as Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto will always remain in high demand, however if you want to truly immerse yourself in the authentic culture of a country, sometimes you need to escape the big cities and head off the beaten path.”

The 22 hotels are:

Grand Mercure Sapporo Odori Park

Grand Mercure Nasu Highlands Resort & Spa

Grand Mercure Yatsugatake Resort & Spa

Grand Mercure Minamiboso Resort & Spa

Grand Mercure Lake Hamana Resort & Spa

Grand Mercure Ise-shima Resort & Spa

Grand Mercure Lake Biwa Resort & Spa

Grand Mercure Nara Kashihara

Grand Mercure Wakayama Minabe Resort & Spa

Grand Mercure Awaji Island Resort & Spa

Grand Mercure Beppu Bay Resort & Spa

Grand Mercure Okinawa Cape Zanpa Resort

Mercure Miyagi Zao Resort & Spa

Mercure Urabandai Resort & Spa

Mercure Nagano Matsushiro Resort & Spa

Mercure Toyama Tonami Resort & Spa

Mercure Wakayama Kushimoto Resort & Spa

Mercure Kyoto Miyazu Resort & Spa

Mercure Tottori Daisen Resort & Spa

Mercure Kochi Tosa Resort & Spa

Mercure Fukuoka Munakata Resort & Spa

Mercure Saga Karatsu Resort

Most of the hotels above offer a range of guestrooms, at least one F&B outlet, and wellness facilities such as onsen (hot spring baths), sauna and a swimming pool.

© Travel News Asia

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Hopefully they'll show the local chains how to serve a breakfast worth eating.

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