The discussions focussed on the further growth of tourism and hospitality in Kuwait and the region.
Several ideas were discussed regarding the activation and development of tourism in Kuwait, and the enhancement of opportunities for cooperation with France and other countries in which the Accor manages hotels.
The spotlight was placed on the underserved demand for economy and midscale hotels. The Action-Accor relationship is able to design, develop and operate high quality, affordable, branded accommodation catering to the discerning, budget-savvy business and leisure traveller.
The Company’s portfolio currently consists of 14 operating hotels, of which 10 are in the Middle East and four in Australia. This includes 11 hotels managed by Accor across three flags, ibis, Mercure and Novotel. Meanwhile, the Mercure Riyadh Olaya and the Novotel Dubai Creek are set to open in 2019.