Le Pullman Singapore Orchard, attendu en début d'année prochaine. The Pullman Singapore Orchard, expected early next year.

The Mövenpick brand set up shop in the early days of October near Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, located on Istanbul’s Asian side. Located one kilometre from the hub, the establishment is a drop-off point for business travellers, being also close to Technopark Istanbul, a high-tech campus focused on the defence industry, as well as Intercity Istanbul Park, a complex dedicated to the automotive sector whose circuit hosts the Turkish Formula 1 Grand Prix.

Given this environment, it is not surprising to see the hotel dedicate a large space to meetings and business events with a total of 21 meeting rooms. Among these is a huge, pillarless, 1,000 m2 ballroom that can accommodate up to 1,500 people. Besides this, the Mövenpick Hotel Istanbul Asia Airport offers 294 rooms, including 41 suites, two restaurants, one with Mediterranean cuisine and the other focusing on local specialties, a coffee bar and and three private dining rooms. On the relaxation side, the hotel has a vast wellness area, the Botanica Spa & Wellness Center, covering an area of 5,000 m2

. Une ballroom de 1000m2 au Mövenpick Istanbul Asia Airport.A 1,000m2 ballroom at Mövenpick Istanbul Asia Airport.

Still within the Accor group’s business brands, another development is being prepared in Singapore where Pullman is expected to open early next year. To make its appearance in the city-state, the brand has found a prime location on Orchard Road, Singapore’s major shopping area, near the Central Business District. A street where hoteliers play a game of musical chairs. The Voco brand, part of the IHG group, has taken over the former Hilton, Hilton will move into the former Mandarin Orchard Singapore

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next January, and Pullman will in turn join this movement by taking over the Grand Park Ochard.

Following its renovation, the hotel, which is part of a mixed-use project featuring retail and shops, including the future Apple flagship, will offer 308 rooms, an outdoor pool and several dining concepts. ” This property will be a much-anticipated addition to our network in Singapore,” said Garth Simmons, Accor’s CEO for Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea. The French group is already well represented in Singapore with 27 properties in operation, including the iconic Raffles, Swissôtel The Stamford and Sofitel Sent

osa Resort.