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Accord Hotel, Yangon - Actualized Rates 2018
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Access Hotels: AkkorHotels is expanding its Myanmar office and opening 5 new properties by 2019.
is planning to open five new facilities in Myanmar by 2019 as part of its policy to broaden its basis, said a senior officer of the firm. It has recently entered into a managerial agreement with SC Capital Partners Group to convert an hotel apartment into a Myanmar owned Merccure. Under the terms of the agreement, the seven-story Micasa Hotel apartments in Yangon will be renamed Kaba Aye in July this year.
Patrick Basset, AccorHotels CEO, Upper Southeast and Northeast Asia, said the firm "plans to open five more facilities by 2019 as part of its broader presence expansion in Myanmar". There are currently five other Hotels that operate inclusively the Lake Garden Nay Pyi Taw, MGallery through Sofitel, Novotel Yangon Max, Novotel Inle Lake Myat Min and Yangon Stadium Ibis Styles, the firm in a disclosure said.
Situated in the immediate vicinity of the famous Shwedagon Golden Pagoda, the new Mercure has 143 homes and 40 luxury rooms.