Accor will now manage two additional hotels in Thailand, both under the MGallery Collection brand. These will be Verdana Resort & Spa Hua Hin-Cha Am and Veranda High Resort Chiang Mai. Both properties represent upscale segment and are targeted on leisure travellers.
Hua Hin resort is known by its proximity to beach. This place greets visitors with contemporary Asian design and modern equipment. Staying here is fun as the resort offers wide selection of entertainments. MGallery’s main design theme for this 118-key resort is tranquility and stylishness.
The second hotel is located in Chiang Mai highlands. The hotel simply dives in greenery. This 69-key hotel also features contemporary design and northern traditional arts. The edges of the resort are decorated with replica of ancient walls of Chiang Mai city. The walls also isolate the hotel from the world.
MGallery is an upscale brand specializing mostly in resorts. Launched in 2008, this brand spread around the world quite quickly. The number of properties by this brand may reach 100 by 2015. The main idea of MGallery is the creation of places that have more soul and provide visitors with tranquility and peace.