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ACCOR Signs Three Phuket Hotels

Category: Hotels, Posted:25 Feb 2016 | 06:00 am

Phuket’s strong chain affiliation surge has seen an uptick as ACCOR has inked a deal to manage three hotels on the island.

Two of the properties currently tagged under Avista in Kata and Patong will be branded, with the former a Novotel and latter MGallery by Sofitel.

A new-build in Karon, also by MGallery is set to open in 2018.

According to C9 Hotelworks recently completed pipeline for the island over 90% of the current pipeline will be branded properties.

 

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