The Accor Group will open a Mercure hotel in Debrecen in August, following the opening of the Mercure Tokaj Center in April.
The first Mercure hotel in the countryside opened in Tokaj recently. Accor further strengthens its leading position in the hotel industry in Central and Eastern Europe with the opening of a new Mercure hotel in Hungary’s second most populous city, Debrecen thanks to an agreement with Bajcsy Invest Kft.
The newly built hotel will offer 135 rooms and 20 apartments on four floors, as well as a restaurant, bar, café, and fitness facilities. For business travellers, there are conference and meeting rooms.
The Mercure Debrecen hotel is designed by BORD Architect Studio. The elegant hotel is scheduled to open in August 2022.
The upper-middle-class hotel is scheduled to open in August
“Every detail of the Mercure brand’s upper-mid-range hotels tells a story about the location and its cultural heritage. This allows our guests to experience the destination of their choice through a complete experience. While each Mercure hotel is unique, they all offer the same commitment to high-quality service,” said Dilek Sezer, Accor’s Director of Development for southeast Europe.
“Debrecen is not only a leisure and cultural destination but also a business destination and an important economic centre in the Eastern region. The project is, therefore, a key opportunity for us to expand our regional network,” she added.
The hotel is located in a quiet street in the centre of Debrecen
“After careful consideration and after studying the proposals of several international hotel companies, we chose Accor, which has an unrivalled brand offering in Europe. We are delighted that Debrecen’s newest business hotel joins an international brand that offers travellers a high-quality guest experience,” said Gyula Szűcs, President and CEO of Szinorg Universal Zrt.
“Debrecen has a shortage of high-quality hotels that meet the needs of both tourists and business travellers. The elegantly designed Mercure Debrecen will be perfectly located in a quiet and peaceful street in the city centre. The Mercure Debrecen will contribute to the city’s hospitality and hotel offer in terms of both the number and quality of rooms. The current investment is linked to the Debrecen 2030 programme, which foresees a significant development of the city’s accommodation facilities,” added the CEO.