Oman: Accor group takes over Muscat international airport hotel

The world leading hospitality hotel group Accor has acquired Muscat international airport hotel and will revamp the property, Arabian Business reports.

The France-based group entered into agreement with Sundus Investments, a mixed-use developer in the Middle East for the operation.

The property will be rebranded Novotel Muscat Airport with the introduction of the group’s midscale brand, Novotel.

Accor will bring new décor and introduce changes to reflect Novotel’s brand experience, with further modifications including a reimagined lobby planned in the future, the Dubai-based media reports.

Accord is already present in the Gulf Sutanate with two properties (323 keys). It also has nine other projects (2,179 keys) in construction.

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