Accor Hotels

Description:

Accor of France claims to be the world’s leading hotel operator and the market leader in Europe. It is active across the hotel and extended-stay spectrum with a broad stable of brands that range from luxury and upscale to midscale and budget economy

Telephone:

020 8237 8800

Key People:

Chairman and chief executive Sebastian Bazin

Accor Hotels UK and Ireland
Managing director
Thomas Dubaere
Managing director of operations, MGallery and Mercure Hotels Jonathan Sheard,

Commentary:

Operating Data:

Number of hotels worldwide 4,200+
These are a mix of:
Leased 34%
Managed 32%
Franchised 25%
Owned 9%

Number of hotels  in the UK 188 at January 2013 (106 owned or leased, 30 managed, 52 franchised)
Brands in the UK 9 - Sofitel, MGallery, Pullman, Novotel, Mercure, Ibis, Ibis Styles, Ibis Budget, Adagio Aparthotel

Number of staff worldwide 160,000+
Number of staff in the UK 5,000+


Hotel brands

Luxury
Sofitel, Sofitel Legend, So Sofitel
Upscale
Pullman, McGallery
Grand Mercure, The Sebel (Asia Pacific)
Midscale
Novotel
Suite Novotel
Mercure
Adagio Apartment
Economy
Ibis, Ibis Styles,
Ibis Budget/Hotel Formule 1
Adagio Apartment/Access
HotelF1 (France)

Health spas Thalassa Sea & Spa

Financial Snapshot:

Full year to 31 December 2012
Revenue
€5.65b (2011: €5.57b)
EBITDAR €1.79b (2011: €1.76b)
Operating profit before tax and non-recurring items €468m (2011: €429m)
Net profit/loss -€584m* (2011: +€50m)

*This figure includes a €679m loss from discontinued operations (train services and US hotels). Excluding discontinued operations, Accor made a net profit of €80m for the year.


Half year to June 30 2013
Revenue
€2.694b (20122:  €2.717b)
EBITDAR €817m (2012: €835m)
Operating profit before tax and non-recurring items €148m (2012: €190m)
Net profit/loss +€34m (2012: -€532m*)
 

Ebitdar (Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortisation and rental expense


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Address:

225 Hammersmith Road
Hammersmith
London,

UK