Changsha China Accor Hotel
Huazhu Hotels Group (also known as China Lodging Group) has entered into a comprehensive, long-term alliance with Changhua China Accor Hotel Group to create the world's largest hotel chain in China with more than 1,000 hotels and resorts. The alliance aims to bring together the best of the two groups by bringing together the internationally recognized brands of China's leading hotels, restaurants and hotels.
By joining forces, we can foster growth and attract more customers to our expanding network, "said Ji Qi. The strategic alliance aims to accelerate expansion by leveraging the extensive hotel network in China operated by Changhua China Accor Hotel Group and Huazhu Hotels Group. This will also be the first in a series of partnerships that the hotel groups have been working on for months. Last March, China Lodging Group President and Chief Executive Officer Zhang Zhiyuan told China Connect that the program was also inspired by what Alibaba had achieved with its 88 Club.
By combining two of the world's largest e-commerce platforms, Alibaba is able to create an ecosystem that inspires hotel groups, he said.
Accor and Huazhu share many common values and we will maintain our identity, specificity and international standards while leveraging the expertise and expertise of Accor's global team of experts in hotel design, management and operation. All our existing hotels in China will continue to operate under their original brand names and will benefit from additional support from our international partners such as Marriott, Marriott International and Hilton.
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