Accor bringing its MGallery brand to the heart of Seoul in 2022 [Construction Report]
Overlooking Seoul’s cityscape – the Accor’s new MGallery Seoul
The new property will boast 197 guest rooms as well as several dining options, a swimming pool and meeting/event spaces.
Accor will launch its MGallery brand in the heart of Seoul, South Korea in 2022, according to a recent announcement by Accor Ambassador Korea Hotel Management Co Ltd.
MGallery is Accor’s premiere boutique hotel brand, with locations in 26 countries. The new property in Seoul will join a prestigious list of luxury hotels which includes Hotel Molitor Paris, INK Hotel Amsterdam and Hotel des Arts Saigon in Vietnam.
Making the most of Seoul at the MGallery
The new MGallery property in Seoul will have a unique and trendy twist, just as the brand’s many other iterations.
It will feature a total of 197 rooms, as well as a wide array of dining options. Other amenities include an outdoor swimming pool and delicious dining options.
For those hosting events, there will be meeting spaces perfectly suited for a range of needs, from weddings and conferences to business events.
The real highlight of the new property, however, is its location. The new hotel will be in Mapo, Seoul, where guests will enjoy breath-taking views of the Hangang River as well as of the Yeouido city skyline.
The MGallery Seoul will also be near the central business district, shopping options, and other prime tourist and lifestyle attractions.
MGallery – more than just another brand
MGallery is made up of luxury hotels, all of which aim to serve as “a gateway to another world,” with themes such as bygone eras or captivating dreamscapes.
Adding this location in the heart of a major world city like Seoul is a nice achievement for both the brand and for Accor.
Accor Ambassador Korea Hotel Management Co Ltd now has 24 total hotels in South Korea, with 5 more in the pipeline, all of which are slated to be open by 2022.
“The signing of an MGallery Hotel in Seoul marks a key milestone for our group, as it represents our focus on expanding Accor’s luxury hotel portfolio in South Korea,” said Patrick Basset, chief operating officer of Accor for Upper Southeast & Northeast Asia and the Maldives.
“We are delighted to expand the brand’s presence in Northeast Asia following the recent launch of our first MGallery hotel in Japan with the successful opening of MGallery Kyoto Yura.”
Let’s take a look at a few more projects currently in the pipeline by Accor in the Asia Pacific region:
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