Thursday, February 23, 2012
Accor celebrates its 150th hotel in Brazil
This symbolic milestone is the crowning achievement of 34 years of continuous growth. And today, the pace of this growth is accelerating. In 2011, Accor opened no less than 9 hotels in Brazil, or the equivalent of 1,300 rooms. By 2015, the network should boast 250 Brazilian establishments as confirmed by Roland de Bonadona, Accor's Chief Operating Officer for Latin America: "Brazil is currently experiencing a period propitious to economic activity in general and to the hotel industry in particular. GDP growth causes an immediate increase in demand and boosts the development of the hotel industry".
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