AccorHotels has announced its status as an Official Platinum Accommodation Partner of Luxperience 2015, which will take place at Australian Technology Park from 6-9 September 2015.
AccorHotels will showcase its luxury brands including Sofitel Luxury Hotels, Pullman and MGallery, both nationally and abroad from the Asia Pacific region.
AccorHotels representatives attending Luxperience will be available for one-on-one meetings with a selection of international and domestic agencies and operators from the luxury and experiential travel and events sector over the three day event.
Q Dining at the 5-star Pullman Sydney Quay Grand Sydney Harbour will be the venue for a special hosted buyers dinner during Luxperience and guests will be able to get a taste of the new Tapastry menu as curated by Pullman Culinary Ambassador, Justin North.
As well as the networking function, AccorHotels will accommodate more than 100 Luxperience hosted buyers at Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Pullman Sydney Quay Grand and Pullman Sydney Hyde Park.
Simon McGrath, Chief Operating Officer of AccorHotels Pacific, said “AccorHotels is now a major player in the luxury hotel space with Sofitel, Pullman and MGallery dominating the Australian landscape. AccorHotels 5-star portfolio has grown exponentially over the last year. With construction of Sofitel Darling Harbour underway and with exciting new-build Pullman hotels set to open early 2016 as well as Elements of Byron which will be part of the MGallery Collection due to open after Christmas, we’re excited to showcase our luxury product to buyers.”
Eric Lewanavanua, Director of Sales and Partner Alliances at Luxperience said, “It is great to see AccorHotels continued involvement with Luxperience. It has been a strong supporter since the exhibition’s inception. With 390 of the world’s best travel advisors attending this year, the business exchange provides AccorHotels with an unmissable opportunity to promote its range of luxury hotel brands while building significant relationships with key decision makers.”