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2018, a year rich in new acquisitions for Accor

Mantis, Mantra, Mövenpick and many other major names in the global hotel industry joined the Accor group this year. These acquisitions have further strengthened the Group's leadership, particularly in Africa, the Middle East and North America.


March: Accor present for the first time in 100 countries!

50 years after the opening of the first Novotel in France, Accor has reached a symbolic milestone and established itself as a leader in Europe, Latin America, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.


April: Accor signs a strategic agreement with the Mantis Group

Accor now owns 50% of Mantis Group, a South African-based company specializing in exceptional and personalized escapes.

« With this strategic partnership, we are strengthening the Group's footprint in Africa," said Accor CEO Sébastien Bazin. "We are also partnering with a brand with strong roots and history, recognized for its commitment to preserving the environment and its prestigious references in the hotel sector. »

2018, une année riche de nouvelles acquisitions pour AccorHotels

The Envoy Hotel Abuja, Mantis - Nigeria 




Atton Vina del Mar San Martin by Pullman - Chile 


April: Accor acquires ResDiary

Accor has completed the acquisition of ResDiary, a high-end restaurant management and reservation platform.

Particularly well established in the Asia-Pacific region and in Great Britain, the platform is active in 60 countries, with 166 million place settings distributed annually to 8,600 establishments.


May: Accor and Algeciras join forces to acquire Chilean group Atton Hoteles

Under the terms of the agreement, Accor will acquire 100 % from the management company operating the 11 Atton hotels (2,259 rooms) in Chile, Peru, Colombia and Florida.

Atton Hoteles was founded in Chile in 2000 and caters to business travelers in the mid to high end segments.




May: Accor completes acquisition of Mantra Group Limited

Mantra, one of Australia's largest hotel distributors and operators, operates 127 properties with over 20,000 rooms in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and Hawaii.

Mantra's portfolio ranges from luxury beach resorts to apartment hotels located in cities and major tourist destinations.


June: Accor acquires Adoria

This SaaS platform offers centralized solutions for tender management, procurement, logistics and production.

Created in France in 2003, Adoria equips 2,700 establishments (30 restaurant groups), has 300,000 active users and more than 800 manufacturers and distributors.


Mantra Hotal at Sydney Airport - Australia 





21c Museum Hotel Durham - USA

July: Accor reaches agreement to acquire 21c Museum Hotels

21c combines contemporary art museums, boutique hotels, and chef-driven restaurants in eleven new and planned locations across the United States. The company was founded in 2006 in Louisville, Kentucky, by philanthropists and contemporary art collectors Laura Lee Brown and Steve Wilson.

21c Museum is one of the largest museums of contemporary art in the United States, and houses the only collection in North America devoted exclusively to the art of the 21st century.


July: Katara Hospitality and Accor create an investment fund dedicated to the hotel industry in sub-Saharan Africa

With Katara Hospitality, one of the world's largest hotel owners, developer and manager of high-end hotels, based in Qatar, Accor will create a fund worth more than $1 billion.

These financial resources will be allocated to the construction of new hotels on greenfield sites or in the context of urban regeneration projects, as well as to the acquisition of existing establishments. The aim is to create the first hotel fund dedicated to the sustainable development of Africa, thus supporting job creation, training and the people of this continent.



September: Accor completes the acquisition of Mövenpick

With more than 20,000 rooms in 84 establishments and 42 projects to open by December 2021, the network Mövenpick The acquisition strengthens Accor's presence in Europe and Asia while accelerating the Group's growth in Africa and the Middle East, where Mövenpick enjoys a strong reputation.


October: Accor completes the acquisition of a 50% stake in sbe Entertainment Group

This partnership will enable Accor to pursue its strategy of expanding its offering in the luxury hotel segment and strengthen its network in major North American cities.

Renowned for its unique, 360° approach to lifestyle hotels, sbe develops, manages and operates international brands and properties, including luxury residences, aparthotels, wellness and spa platforms, catering and events.


Mövenpick Siam Hotel Na Jomtien Pattaya - Thailand