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Nov 29, 2017 14:48 EEST
November 29 (SeeNews) - France-headquartered group AccorHotels said it is going to enter the Slovenian market by opening two hotels in the city of Maribor in January, under the brands Mercure and ibis Styles.
The Mercure Maribor City Center and the ibis Styles Maribor City Center will offer their guests 76 and 71 rooms, respectively, AccorHotels said in a statement on Monday.
According to information posted on the hotel group's website, the Maribor Mercure hotel will be a mid-scale hotel for business trips or leisure, while the ibis is described as a design economy hotel.
Accor noted that it has a record number of 42 hotels to open in nine countries in Eastern Europe.
It recently opened the Mercure Belgrade Excelsior in the Serbian capital, with a 73 neoclassic style rooms and suites. In Bosnia, AccorHotels has unveiled its Novotel Sarajevo Bristol Hotel, which houses 186 extra large rooms, an indoor pool and a fitness room.
In 2015, Polish hotel chain operator Orbis said it signed a master licence agreement with Accor to operate until 2035, including a minimum ten-year exclusivity, the hotel business under the Accor brand in 16 countries, including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia.
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