With 100,000 guestrooms opened in 2018, the Group consolidated its presence and international leadership in the fastest growing markets with strong, iconic and complementary brands, with the ability to meet all expectations, including those of customers and owners.

Accor strengthened its development momentum and posted a record performance level with almost 500 hotels signed in 2018, representing 110 more hotels signed in comparison with 2017.

In a very short time, Accor has successfully assembled a strong and comprehensive brand portfolio, enabling it to take care of its customers across all segments, from luxury to economy. With the purchase of 14 prestigious brands in 2018, the Group has continued to grow strongly and plans to advance the expansion of its portfolio, notably with the development of brands on a global scale and by consolidating its leadership in key markets and segments.

Atton Hoteles:

10 hotels – 2,013 rooms – 4 countries - 3 hotels under development

Mantra with the brands Art Series, Peppers, Mantra and Breakfree:

137 hotels & 24,664 rooms – 3 countries – 9 hotels under development

Mantis:

28 hotels – 587 rooms – 11 countries – 10 hotels under development

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts:
86 hotels – 21,259 rooms – 25 countries – 52 hotels under development

21C Museum Hotels:

10 hotels that are joining the MGallery collection

sbe with the brands Delano, SLS, The House of Originals, Mondrian & Hyde:

18 hotels - 6,662 rooms - 17 hotels & 3,034 rooms under developpement. sbe also boasts and develops residential products.

Tribe:

One 126-room hotel in Australia – 10 scheduled openings with 1,700 rooms in Europe and Asia Pacific, 50 hotels being under negotiation worldwide.

In Asia-Pacific: The Group has established its leadership with more than 500 hotels and almost 100,000 rooms in the pipeline as well as the symbolic signing of the brand’s first

Orient Express hotel in Bangkok (154 rooms)

What were the highlights of 2018?

Opening of Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi (112 rooms)

Opening of Novotel Melbourne South Warf, in Australia (347 rooms)

Signing of the Ibis Styles Tokyo Bay, in Japan (261 rooms)

In North and Central America: Accor continued its expansion with a total of near 30 hotels and almost 5,000 rooms in the pipeline including the signing of the first Raffles in the US, in Boston (187 rooms)

What were the highlights of 2018?

Opening of Fairmont Austin and its 1,048 rooms
Ibis Styles Merida Galerias, in Mexico (140 rooms)

In South America: Accor has over 110 hotels and almost 15,000 rooms in the pipeline,

notably with the return of the Sofitel brand – the first hotel on the continent in 10 years - with the signing of Sofitel Calablanca Baru (187 rooms)

What were the highlights of 2018?

Opening of Novotel Santiago Providencia, in Chile (178 rooms)

Opening of Novotel São Paulo Berrini, in Brazil (209 rooms)

In Europe: Over 300 hotels and almost 40,000 rooms in the pipeline, the opening of the first Raffles in Poland, in Warsaw, as well as the first Tribe property, in Glasgow

What were the highlights of 2018?

Opening of Raffles Europjeski Warsaw, in Poland (106 rooms)

Opening of Mercure Kaliningrad, in Russia (167 rooms)

In Africa & Middle East: 170 hotels and 42,000 rooms, including prestigious signings such as Pullman Accra in Ghana (363 rooms)

Opening of Ibis Sfax, in Tunisia (187 rooms)

Opening of Fairmont Riyadh, in Saudi Arabia (304 rooms)

Signing of MGallery Downtown Dubai (204 rooms)

Signing of SO/ Doha Qatar (321 rooms)

The Group has also continued to grow significantly in hotel residences for long-term stays (289 existing hotel residences and 65 in the planning stage) and branded private residences (17 existing hotel residences and 51 in the planning stage), with 28 hotel brands that are available as residential products. In 2018, we can notice the opening of Adagio Amsterdam Amstelveen (151 apartments, the signing of Pullman Living Accra City Airport (363 residences) and also the signing of SO/ Uptown Dubai Residences (215 apartments).