AccorHotels has reached its milestone 1000th hotel for Asia Pacific with the launch of Pullman Tokyo Tamachi, bringing the group to over 200,000 rooms in the region. Asia Pacific now represents over 30% of global rooms and 51% of the global pipeline, which is a strong sign that the company’s growth strategy continues to be focused on Asia. The portfolio now includes some of the world’s most iconic and respected brands such as Raffles, Orient Express, Fairmont, Banyan Tree, Delano, Mondrian, SLS, Swissôtel, and Mövenpick. These acquisitions have been transformative for the company and will further cement AccorHotels’ position as a leader in luxury and lifestyle hotels. The recent addition of Mantra Hotels to the network also added a further 19,000 rooms to the region. AccorHotels currently has more hotels in the pipeline in Asia Pacific than any of its competitors, and the addition of these new brands will only help to accelerate further growth. The Pullman Tokyo Tamachi will be the group’s 75th Pullman in Asia Pacific in only ten years. Having launched in Thailand in 2008, Pullman has become one of the group’s most successful brands with a network of more than 125 hotels globally.