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AccorHotels opens an ibis Styles and a Pullman at the Paris-CDG airport

the group now owns over 500,000 rooms throughout the world

Rédigé par The editors translated by Joséphine Foucher le Jeudi 10 Décembre 2015

AccorHotels inaugurates two new hotels of 305 rooms each at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport. The two establishments have led the group to pass the 500,000 rooms mark in the world.

The two new hotels of AccorHotels in CDG each have 305 rooms. - Photos : AccorHotels
The two new hotels of AccorHotels in CDG each have 305 rooms. - Photos : AccorHotels
With the inauguration of the hotels Pullman and ibis Styles at the Paris-Charles de Gaulle airpot, AccorHotels passed the mark of 500,000 rooms owned throughout the world.

In a statement, the hotel group announces that it is expecting to open 160,000 additional rooms between now and 2020. Amongst them, 90% will exploited under a franchise agreement and in management.

On its end, the Pullman Paris Roissy Airport has 305 rooms and suites. It features a restaurant the “Culinaire Bazaar”, a pool, meeting rooms with view on the runways, and a Fitness Center of 140 m².

As for the Ibis Styles Roissy CDG Airport, it also has 305 rooms and offers a fresh soup bar and a restaurant, “Foody’s Planet.” It provides free Wifi and a reception adapted to families that includes a play space for children.

AccorHotels believes it is creating “more than 200 jobs” in the Île-de-France region thanks to the opening of these two establishments.

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