2025: Accor to launch an Ibis Styles hotel at Debrecen Airport in Hungary

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Published on 10 October 2023

bis Styles à l'aéroport de Debrecen

Accor is preparing to inaugurate an ibis Styles hotel at Debrecen Airport in Hungary, scheduled to open in 2025. The hotel will be the first of its kind close to Debrecen International Airport, Hungary's second busiest airport.

Through a strategic partnership with Xanga Investment and Development Group, a leading investment and development entity in eastern Hungary, Accor is paving the way for the launch of the ibis Styles hotel and consolidating its presence in Debrecen, following the recent opening of the Mercure Debrecen.

The ibis Styles Debrecen hotel, which is currently under construction, will offer 73 rooms, as well as 20 flats spread over four floors. Guests will have access to a restaurant, bar and café, while business travellers will be able to take advantage of well-equipped meeting rooms. The hotel is scheduled to open in the second half of 2025.

"Debrecen is an important cultural and leisure destination in Hungary, as well as a key economic and commercial centre in the Eastern region, with enormous potential for economic development."- Dilek Sezer, Development Director for South Eastern Europe at Accor, highlights the multifaceted importance of Debrecen

"As the former operator of Debrecen International Airport, our group has always been committed to developing the infrastructure of the surrounding region. Today, we are proud to enhance the airport's business environment with a new hotel, a growing necessity driven by the city's dynamic economic life." - István Herdon, CEO of XANGA Investment & Development Group

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