Hotelier Accor to open two Doha properties

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Europe’s largest hotel operator Accor is to open two of its upscale brands in Doha by 2015, a spokesperson for the chain confirmed to Arabian Business Qatar.

The France-based company will also launch a Pullman hotel with 468 rooms in West Bay district: a double tower with hotel and offices, including various facilities as well as a spa.

The other upscale Accor brand MGallery will open in Doha as a part of Msheireb development and will be located close to the airport with 215 rooms.

“There is going to be more Arab design with modern luxury,” the Accor Middle East spokesperson said.

The hotelier said its goal is to open 100 hotels in the Middle East by 2015. Accor already has 59 hotels in the GCC with an additional 20 hotels under development.

The company counts over 3,500 hotels globally. Its other hotel brands include Sofitel and budget chain ibis.

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