Shanghai China Accor Hotel

Grand Mercure, one of the world's leading hotel operators and market leaders, has announced the launch of a new identity for its brand tailored to the Chinese market. The hotels in the GrandMercure network in China will be known as Mei Jue in Chinese and will have a "new" Chinese identity, reflecting the brand's commitment to developing products and services tailored to its Chinese clientele. The brand unveiled the first hotels to adapt to the new positioning at a press conference in Shanghai, China's second largest city, on Wednesday, July 26, 2017. These new identities, known inChina as "Mei Jued" or "Meyer Jues," are intended to appeal to upscale consumers and to more closely match the hotel brand "Mercures," which is intended for travelers from all over the world.

On December 12, 2016, GrandMercure, a wholly owned subsidiary of Marriott International, Inc., held an inaugural event to announce the subsidiary's development strategy. On December 10, 2017, the brand's parent company, Grand Mercure Hotel Group, Ltd., held the inaugural events to announce its development strategies in Shanghai, China's second largest city, on Wednesday, July 26, and in New York City on Monday, August 1, 2018.

On August 28, the opening of the Mercure Shanghai Hongqiao Airport was announced, located in the heart of Shanghai, China's second largest city and airport. According to GrandMercure Hotel Group CEO J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., it will be located on the first floor of the hotel, next to Shanghai subway line 10. Shanghai Zoo is just 10 minutes away, while this hotel is right next to Shanghai Metro Line 10 and only 30 minutes by train from Shanghai Airport.

This information is intended for those who enjoy the convenience of business and leisure travel and trust Accor hotels for their next vacation. Whether you stay at Mercure Shanghai Hongqiao Airport or the GrandMercure Hotel Shanghai China, you can enjoy all the amenities for business or leisure travelers while staying in one of the most luxurious hotels in the world in the heart of Shanghai, China's second largest city and airport. Staying with us, you will enjoy all the amenities, from business to leisure, with the comfort of your own bed and breakfast and the security and security of a hotel.

Accor Hotels is positioned as a global and powerful brand that offers its customers and partners innovative and high-quality services. The portfolio includes four properties in three Asian cities, including the GrandMercure Shanghai Hongqiao Airport, the Mercure Hotel Shanghai Shanghai China and the Millennium Amara in Shanghai, which offers the world's largest portfolio of luxury hotels and resorts in Asia and Europe.

The company also has a portfolio of hotels and resorts in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia and the United States. The brand platform includes the China Lodging Group, which as master franchisee has been granted exclusive rights in mainland China, Taiwan and the Mongolian region. Under the terms of this agreement, Huazhu Accor will become the exclusive master franchisee for the development of the network in mainland China, Mongolia and Taiwan. The portfolio of MDB will further strengthen the brand's presence in China and other regions of Asia, and expand its coverage to Mongolia, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

Yagao Meihua Hotel Management plans to focus on expanding the brand's presence in China, Mongolia and the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. The twelve brand signatures will be installed in all Grand Mercure hotels across China to convey a ceremony that showcases the strongest aspects of Chinese culture and reflects the legacy of the Mercure brand. Yagato Meibao Hotel Management, the signatures of the 12 brands were installed in GrandMercures hotels throughout China in ceremonies to illustrate the strong aspect of Chinese culture. In addition to building new hotels in mainland China and other regions of Asia, Yagao MeiHua Hospitality Management, a subsidiary of Huazhu Accor Group, will install 12 of its signature hotels and resorts in China Lodging Group in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar and Mongolia, as well as other African and Latin American, European and Asian countries.

In Shanghai, for example, staff will use the local language of Shanghai and guests will be greeted by team members in Qipao, a traditional elegant evening dress. Pullman Melbourne Swanston is the perfect destination for work and play and we will certainly consider staying here as one of the best hotels in Melbourne for business and leisure. A typical HanTing hotel in Shanghai costs about $1,000 per night, or about $2,500 per month for a four-star hotel. We have a 24-hour bar, but if you choose an economy hotel, you usually prefer to drink after dinner or in the karaoke room.

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