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First Accor brand on Nepal

Set to open in 2023, Mercure Kathmandu will bring 102 keys to Ring Road.

Accor has announced that it has signed an agreement with The Metropolitan Hotel Private Limited to mark the debut of Accor and Mercure brand in Kathmandu, Nepal. Accor, a world-leading augmented hospitality group with over 430 hotels across India, the Middle East, Africa and Turkey, signs its first Mercure property in Kathmandu, Nepal. Set to open in 2023, Mercure Kathmandu will bring 102 keys to Ring Road, offering great proximity and connectivity to the city’s main attractions and centre.

“We are excited to enter this partnership with Accor and pleased to introduce the world-class Mercure brand to Nepal with the signing of Mercure Kathmandu. With the number of visitors in the country constantly increasing, we are determined to offer them the very best accommodation choices and high- quality services. We look forward to working with Accor towards the success of this property” said Mr. Desh Bandhu Basnet, Chairman,The Metropolitan Hotel Private Limited.

On the signing, Mr Puneet Dhawan – Senior Vice President – Operations, Accor India and South Asia, said “We are delighted to sign the first Mercure hotel in Nepal and look forward to unveiling the one of a kind hotel to our loyal fans.” Mr. Aniruddh Kumar, VP Development, Accor India & South Asia, commented, “We are delighted to expand our presence in Nepal by bringing the first ever Mercure property to Kathmandu.”

Vicky Karantzavelou
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