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Paris-based global hotel group Accor is to add 47 new Pullman properties in Asia by 2018. New openings for the corporate traveller-focused brand will include 38 in China, three in India and two in Indonesia.
Michael Issenberg is Pullman's CEO of Hotel Services, Asia-Pacific. He said Asian growth was a priority for Pullman, with the expansion programme set to take the total number of properties to more than 90 over the next four years.
"Our expansion focuses on key tourist destinations and strategic business hubs," he said. "For example, we will soon unveil the Pullman New Delhi International Airport in India and the Pullman Bandung City Centre in Indonesia."
Pullman recently opened its second property in Shanghai – and 15th in China – the 338-guestroom Pullman Shanghai South (pictured).