Accor adds three hotels in Hua Hin and Luang Prabang

Accor signed an agreement with KS Hotels and Resorts to manage two hotels in Lao PDR and one hotel in Thailand. Hotel De La Paix Luang Prabang and the 3 Nagas Luang Prabang will be upgraded and then rebranded into Sofitel and MGallery hotels, respectively; while the Hotel De La Paix Hua Hin will become the second Sofitel So hotel in Thailand.

Hotel De La Paix Hua Hin, which will be rebranded into a Sofitel So hotel with 72 rooms and seven villas, is located in the beachside resort of Cha Am - Hua Hin, Thailand. The hotel has contemporary Thai design and iconoclastic architecture, said to blend with the landscape and courtyards. Once renovated, the hotel will have two restaurants, three bars, meeting rooms, two swimming pools, spa and fitness center.

Hotel De La Paix Luang Prabang will be rebranded into the first Sofitel hotel in Lao PDR. First built around 1910, the hotel was converted from the governor’s mansion.  It now has 23 suites, a restaurant, a bar, meeting rooms and a swimming pool.

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The 3 Nagas Luang Prabang, meanwhile, is joining the MGallery Collection of hotels. This 15-suite upscale hotel is located on Sakkaline Road in Luang Prabang and designed with a boutique style. This boutique hotel consists of three restored historic UNESCO World Heritage buildings, each more than a century old, and has two restaurants and a bar.

Hotel De La Paix Luang Prabang

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