Accor has announced its 600th hotel in Asia Pacific with the signing of the landmark Park Lane hotel to the group’s upscale Pullman brand. The rebranding of the Park Lane Hotel to Pullman is doubly significant because it is the brand’s 50th hotel in the region, representing enormous growth since Pullman Hotels debuted in late 2007.
Accor, the leading international hotel operator in Asia Pacific, has announced its milestone 600th hotel in the region with the signing of The Park Lane Hong Kong to its upscale Pullman brand. The announcement comes as The Park Lane celebrates it’s 40th anniversary and signifies a new era for the hotel.
“The addition of The Park Lane Hong Kong to the Pullman brand is a huge milestone for Accor because it brings us a strategic hotel in the centre of one of the world’s most important business and tourism hubs at a time when Pullman is really affirming itself as one of the most exciting hotel brands in the region,” said Michael Issenberg, Chairman and CEO of Accor Asia Pacific. « The fact that it becomes our 600th hotel in the region is further cause for celebration because it is testament to Accor’s strong growth in the region and our investment in Pullman as a brand of the future.
The Park Lane is one of Hong Kong’s most beloved hotels, boasting 826 rooms in the center of Causeway Bay. While the hotel is very well maintained, a full renovation program has begun to bring it to Pullman’s exacting global standards which will include a makeover of the Park Lane Suites, executive floors, dining outlets, meeting rooms and executive lounge. With its rooftop garden terrace boasting spectacular views over Hong Kong, the Park Lane features three restaurants and bars, 14 meeting rooms with a total of 10,371 sqft. Of event space, a gym and wellness center complete with sauna and steam bath, as well as a range of room styles to suit every type of traveler from business executives to families in one of the best locations in town. The interior design elements of the rooms will be overseen by LRI Hong Kong with renovations phased to avoid disruption to guests and the hotel will remain open throughout.