The worldwide famous European hospitality group Accor, which operates a total of 4000 hotels worldwide, has decided to set up a Pullman hotel in Gurgaon. The project will be in collaboration between Accor Asia Pacific and Central Park developers from India. Michael Issenberg, Chairman and Chief Operating Officer - Accor Asia Pacific, said that he did not expect a sudden growth in the business, but wanted to see this brand of hotel established firmly in the region. He said Pullman would fit the current demand of modern traveler, without compromising in quality.
Pullman Gurgaon Central Park would offer a total of 284 rooms. The hotel will house food and beverages outlets, including two specialty restaurants. A bar, a deli and an event space of 2000 meters will also be there at the hotel. Pullman signature connectivity lounge, combining state of the art technology and personal IT services, intended to keep the guests connected, is expected to be a huge draw.
Since a major part of any hotel revenue goes to electricity bills, Pullman hotel has been designed to use the energy efficiently. Trane, a leading global supplier for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems and services, is in-charge of the work to make the hotel energy efficient. The comfort of the guest will be the prime source of inspiration to run the hotel. The hotel is 30 minutes from Delhi International Airport and will see its first customer in late 2010.