Accor: Greet Hotels are in full development

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The Accor group’s brand completes its lifestyle offer based on the observation that “today, more than ever, travelers are demanding a quality hotel experience at an affordable price, while seeking meaning in their purchases and their relationship to the world. These are independent hotels that are left to control the costs of renovation and redevelopment of spaces. Greet means in English: “to welcome” or “to greet”

Alternative and non-standardized hospitality…

… greet is also intended to be friendly and warm with markers present in all establishments such as a large table d’hôtes and 20% of rooms that can accommodate 4 to 6 people. The first greet hotel has opened its doors in Beaune, and, among the next expected destinations, some are for business, such as Marseille, at St Charles station and the airport, and in Lyon Perrache.

A new establishment in Vienna, Austria during the month of February

The concept of the Greet Wien City Nord therefore includes, in addition to the rooms with individual accents, common areas used by all guests: The breakfast and restaurant area, which is both a place to meet and work, the relaxation area with bar and the Communal Table with a Second Chance shop.

At the end of 2023, a Greet in Brest

greet lands on the tip of Brittany. The economic and responsible brand of the Accor Group is deploying a hotel project in Brest, supported by local players including the young manager Pauline Le Calvez. The latter is investing 5 million euros excluding tax for this new hotel in the Froutven area. Opening scheduled for the end of 2023.

Greet Hotels currently has 12 hotels, 15 will open in 2022-2023, 300 are expected within ten years

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