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Accor announces the opening of Mercure & ibis Styles in Sibiu in 2023

Accor signed a management contract with Romanian company Compa SA Sibiu, for the operation of a combo structure of two hotels, under Mercure & ibis Styles brands. The opening of the two hotels is estimated for 2023. The future hotels will be located on Victoriei Boulevard, opposite the Sub Arini Park, on the place of the former Arsenal factory.

The new built Mercure Sibiu Parc Sub Arini will comprise 121 tastefully designed and comfortable rooms, a generous ballroom and four conference rooms of various sizes. The hotel will offer a restaurant, a cozy lobby bar and lounge, n SPA area with a sizeable indoor pool of 100 sq and a fully equipped gym, accessible to both the hotel guests and locals. A large outdoor parking is also available on the premises.

Set on a converted former building, ibis Styles Sibiu Park Sub Arini will surprise its visitors with its 72 creatively designed rooms that tell a story, friendly atmosphere, free Wi-Fi and excellent breakfast, always included. In line with the family-friendly philosophy of the brand, the new ibis Styles Sibiu Park Sub Arini will also offer a kid’s area.

The future hotels are located less than 10 minutes away from the historical center of the city, in an area highly appreciated for its greenery and tranquility. They offer a great starting point for exploring Sibiu and its picturesque surroundings.

“With Mercure & ibis Styles, we are excited to bring Accor’s extensive know-how, the most recent trends in hospitality and the friendliest service to one of Romania’s most endeared destinations, Sibiu. By dynamically expanding our network of hotels, together with our local partners, we are further strengthening our prominent position in Romania, not only in the capital, but also in key regional cities.”  commented Frank Reul, Eastern Europe Vice-President for Development, Accor

“We have chosen this partnership with Accor as part of our strategy to diversify and reduce dependence on a single industry. We are sure that together with one of the most important Operators in the hospitality industry we will be able to create both a new source of income for Compa and a project that we can be proud of and that will bring a real benefit to Sibiu and our communities.” said Ioan Deac, General Manager and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Compa SA.

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