The Jakarta Post
Accor, the world’s leading hotel operator, will open 12 more five-star Pullman hotels during the next five years in big Indonesian cities in an attempt to capitalize on the country’s strong economic growth.
Gérard Guillouet, Accor’s vice president for Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore, said that Accor targeted to open Pullman hotels in Bali, Bandung, Medan, Surabaya and Yogyakarta.
“The opening of Pullman hotels in these cities would correspond to Pullman’s guest target, which is business travelers,” he said on Thursday after the launch of Hotel Pullman Jakarta Indonesia, a rebrand of the Hotel Nikko.
“Following Jakarta, these cities have been showing strong economic growth. Supported by low-budget airlines these days, we are sure that we have potential there.”
Previously, Accor launched Pullman Jakarta Central Park in November 2011 and Pullma...