Mövenpick Zagreb.Mövenpick Zagreb.

The Accor group is strengthening its presence in the Balkans with an MGallery already open in Plovdiv, Bulgaria’s second largest city, and a Mövenpick

planned for this summer in Zagreb. To make its entry into the Croatian capital, the upscale brand has found a location in line with its positioning focused on business customers, the hotel being located in the business zone of New Zagreb. Located in the south of the capital, about 15 minutes by car from both the center and the airport, this part of the city includes the City Island real estate project, the first phase of which will soon be completed and which will become the new business center of Zagreb.

Located near this new business hub, the Mövenpick will open in June and will offer its guests 104 contemporary styled rooms and suites, each one evoking travel and each one named after a different city in Europe and the world. The hotel’s theme is also inspired by American scientist Nikola Tesla, who was born in the territory of present-day Croatia in the mid-19th century and whose discoveries about electricity have been honored by Elon Musk through the name of his car manufacturing brand.

The environment is therefore conducive for business travelers with conference rooms equipped with the latest technology, and a private room for 25 people for events or meetings of importance, and this in complete discretion with direct access from the parking lot. An underground garage equipped with numerous charging stations for electric vehicles. Among its other services, Mövenpick Zagreb also offers a restaurant, a lounge bar and a modern gym.

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I am very confident that the new Mövenpick Zagreb will become a preferred location for business travelers who are looking for a modern and well-equipped drop-off point, but also a unique place to rest, relax and enjoy fine food

,” said Dilek Sezer, Accor’s director of development for Southeast Europe. Note that Accor’s partner for this opening, the company MPPD, is also preparing another Mövenpick in Split, on the sea front. Featuring 156 rooms, a conference space and a rooftop pool, it is scheduled to open in 2023.Hôtel Emporium Plovdiv-MGallery.Emporium Plovdiv-MGallery Hotel.

Previously, Accor had also collaborated with MPPD to bring the Fermai Hotel in Split into the MGallery collection. Because this brand of boutique hotels is i

Accor is also expanding in the Balkans with a new hotel in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. A historic city with a Roman past and UNESCO heritage, and the cultural capital of Europe in 2019, the country’s second largest city is also a business destination focused on trade fairs and exhibitions.

The MGallery brand will take advantage of the renovation of a historic building, the former Evmolpia department store, to enter this market next May with a five-star design hotel with 61 rooms, including 12 suites. Located in the heart of local life, the Emporium Plovdiv- MGallery hotel is within walking distance of the city’s main archaeological treasures. Under the guidance of the architectural studio Sundukovy Sisters S+S, the place has taken on a contemporary air both in its interior design and with its smart room concept. A trendy positioning that is reflected in the hotel’s services with a gourmet restaurant and a sushi bar, in addition to the only champagne bar in Bulgaria, in partnership with Moët & Chandon. Business travelers will also find three multifunctional meeting rooms with contemporary design.