After a successful pilot project, AccorHotels is now set to launch a new mobile accommodation concept that would add a greatly enhanced degree of flexibility to its hospitality offerings.

Dubbed Flying nest, this concept has now moved from the pilot project to the commercialization phase for Accor’s varied and diverse set of B-to-B markets. Experts are describing the new program as on that is innovative and ephemeral, with the potential to have major ramifications for both Accor and the larger international hospitality business.

More About Flying Nest

Flying Nest is a new concept that features a bold design. It’s a mobile and sustainable accommodation concept that lines up well with AccorHotel’s famous and innovative approach to constantly rethinking the future of the hospitality business.

As with many of AccorHotel’s previous efforts in this area, this one takes into account strong trends currently at work within the hospitality business now, including a rising preference among guests for exclusisve, local and intense experiences.

First developed for B-to-B clientele such as event organizing agencies, exhibition organizers, festivals, events, corporate clients, and other AccorHotels partners, industry officials are also saying that the Flying Nest program could eventually be made available to B-to-C markets as soon as 2019. It has the potential to provide customers with a unique hospitality experience during events as well as to meet accommodation needs when brick and mortar hotels find themselves about to approach a saturation point.

Key Flying Nest Benefits

The key benefits of the flying nest are obviously that as a mobile and flexible accommodation concept, it provides hotels with an enhanced degree of quick and easy transportation for the modules that it consists of.

To assemble Flying Nest guestrooms and deliver the concept to those who wish to partake in blazing fast time, AccorHotels is partnering with Capsa, which is a Lyon-based startup company that just so happens to specialize in the conversions of modules like these.

More About the Design

Ora-ïto, one of the most celebrated designers of his generation, has designed these mobile guestrooms. Created to offer a functional and pleasant experience, each island consists of six modules cladded with raw and natural materials and decked out with all the comfort of a hotel room (Sweet Bed by ibis bedding, private bathroom, air-conditioned living area and Wi-Fi connection).

Damien Perrot, senior vice president of design at AccorHotels, speaks highly of what the designer has been able to accomplish.

“The layout of the islands, the patio and the large windows connecting the inside of each room to the outside all provide guests with a totally immersive accommodation option at the heart of the experience,” Perrot said.Let’s take a look at a few other projects currently underway by AccorHotels:Hotel Fürstenhof by MGallery Collection
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Fashionable new hotel will include 200 hotel rooms as well as 81 serviced residences, and will be part of Grand Kanyon Sofia, a stunning mixed-use development  …[READ MORE]More information on Accor hotel projects can be found in the TOPHOTELPROJECTS database. TOPHOTELPROJECTS is the specialized service provider of cutting-edge information of the hospitality industry.

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