We use cookies to improve your experience on our website. By browsing this website, you agree to our use of cookies.

Disclosure: This article may contain affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, we will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase.

Accor Brings its Mondrian Brand to Europe

Accor brings Mondrian to Europe

Accor announces the arrival of the brand Mondrian with two properties in France and marked the passing of a symbolic milestone with the opening of its 3,000th property in Europe.

The first opening is with the Cannes Grand Hotel on the Croisette and it is reopening forecasted in 2021. The hotel will be comprised of 75 guestrooms distributed on 11 floors, a restaurant and a bar overlooking on a 4,000 m² private garden, adjustable meeting rooms and a private beach in front of the hotel. The private beach opening in 2020 will unveiled the Lifestyle positioning of this new and unique brand in the French Riviera.
Another property will arrive in Bordeaux. The hotel, built around a 19th-century building, will be comprised of 97 guestrooms each ranging between 25 and 50m² and spread over three floors. A restaurant with a 460m² bar lounge, a spa, a meeting space and an open-air terrace spanning 225m² will complete the venue, with the opening planned for the second half of 2021. This ambitious and elegant project will be launched during a groundbreaking ceremony in spring 2020 in the presence of all stakeholders who contributed to this achievement.

Mondrian is a way of travel. With its revolutionary design and progressive layout, it is a “must” destination for travelers and locals alike. Mondrian is always at the heart of the most captivating cultural scenes in the world, serving innovation and creativity for everyone. These hotels offer guests a stylish haven in collaboration with the biggest names in the industry and ground-breaking F&B and nightlife concepts.

Accor is benefiting from highly favorable operating trends in Europe – a popular destination for tourists from all over the world, the old continent represents almost 50% of the global portfolio. The Group will launch an additional 350,000 rooms worldwide by 2020.

Acceleration in the Luxury & Premium segments

For several years, the Group has been carrying out a radical transformation by specifically choosing to expand its presence in Europe and by accelerating the development of its upscale brands, a sector in which it has been nurturing a powerful ambition since the acquisition in 2016 of the Fairmont, Raffles, and Swissôtel brands.

While the Group already owned four Luxury & Premium brands in 2016, it now has approximately 20 of the most prestigious, 11 of which are located in Europe. Three of those – Sofitel, Rixos and Fairmont – are ranked in the top 10 luxury brands on the continent and have allowed the Group, for the first time, to establish itself as the leader in this segment in Europe.

In just three years, Accor’s luxury and premium brands have entered nine new destinations, meaning that they are now established in 28 of the 39 countries in which the Group operates in Europe.

In 2016, the portfolio comprised approximately 100 hotels and 18,000 guestrooms. This figure has doubled today with almost 200 hotels and 38,000 rooms in 2019, and its aim is to treble the original figure with 300 hotels and 50,000 rooms by 2023.

Accor is continuing to accelerate its development in luxury and premium brands in Europe. Its signings quadrupled between 2016 and 2019 and the Group aims to increase that figure sevenfold by 2023.

The leader in mid-range and economy brands

Historically, Accor has developed its presence in Europe thanks to iconic brands such as ibis – the most well-known hotel brand in France and the number two in the world, and Mercure – the top brand in Europe in the “mid-range” segment.

Unveiled a few weeks ago, greet is the latest brand launched by the Group. It embodies what today’s citizen-consumers want from a brand – authenticity, honesty and being local. With this new brand, Accor is continuing to develop its brand portfolio and remains mindful of its partners’ needs, in order to provide its customers with memorable experiences that are constantly evolving. Driven by a locally engaged community, the brand aims to open 300 hotels in Europe by 2030.
Following the opening of its second property in Gentilly, near Paris, a few months ago, JO&JOE plans to accelerate its rollout with the opening of the third property in Paris’s 20th arrondissement, followed by other locations: London, Budapest, Glasgow, Paris, and Rome.

2023: Accor aims to become the leader in 25 European countries

The Group is continuing to expand its operations throughout Europe. A few weeks ago, it announced the 2021 opening of its very first Novotel in Albania, a major addition to the Group’s offering in Southeast Europe.

In just three years, the Group’s luxury brands have gained footholds in nine new European countries – Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, Estonia, Israel, Latvia, Monaco, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan.

Franck Gervais, CEO Europe, said, “Accor is bolstering its leadership of the European hospitality market by placing meaning and the customer experience at the heart of its approach. Accor has achieved its goal of advancing its luxury range in Europe and has succeeded in offering a portfolio of brands as wide as it is varied. We are now capable of meeting all our customers’ needs. Our hotels are living spaces where our guests come to stay, eat, enjoy a gig, work and play. We strive every day to offer a range of services that match their needs in increasingly diverse destinations.

 

EN - 640x248




EN - 300x600

Search