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February 25, 2021

Accor to open first hotel under Mercure brand in Romania

Accor has announced that it will open its first hotel under the Mercure brand in Romania in early November. The unit which is located in downtown Bucharest belongs to a family of dentists but will be operated by the French hotel group.
The four-star hotel is located close to the Romanian Athenaeum and the George Enescu Museum and has 114 rooms, three conference halls and an underground parking lot with room for 30 cars, a communiqué released by the hotel informs.
The hotel will operate under the name Mercure Bucharest City Center, is owned by Dentotal Invesment local investor and financed by GarantiBank Romania. The Accor hotel chain, the owner of the Mercure brand, will handle the management of the hotel with whose shareholders it has signed a management contract.
Medifax wrote about the project in June. The Mercure network is present in 51 countries, with over 750 three-star and four-star hotels. Accor, the largest hotel operator in the world, is present in 92 countries with over 3,500 hotels totaling 450,000 rooms. The group operates several networks, including Sofitel, Novotel, Mercure, Pullman, Adagio, ibis, hotelF1 and MGallery. In Romania, Accor is present with 6 hotels (a Pullman, a Novotel and four ibis hotels) totaling 1,221 rooms.

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