ZURICH — Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts has announced 11 new hotel projects in nine countries, bringing its number of operating and planned hotels to 100.
“We have always believed in growth but at a sustainable pace,” said Jean Gabriel Pérès, president and COO, Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts. “We have carefully consolidated our developments to maintain a balanced portfolio distribution that ensures decision-making is effective, resources are efficiently utilized and development is sustainable.”
Mövenpick expects to open nine new hotels this year. The projects include: an upscale property in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt; the re-opening of a 380-room hotel in Marrakesh in 2014; a Tunisian low-rise in the Tozeur desert to be operated under the Mövenpick brand; a 26-villa boutique-style resort in Thailand (pictured); a resort on the Bangladesh seafront on the longest beach in the world, and January 2013 sees the upscale Swiss hospitality company manage its first hotel in Paris’ Neuilly-sur-Seine suburb.
Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts, an international upscale hotel management company with more than 14,000 team members, is represented in 24 countries with 69 hotels and resorts in operation. The company is owned by the Mövenpick Holding and the Kingdom Group.