Accor and All-Inclusive Push

This is a bit upmarket for the hotels that I stay in, but Accor is going for some rather more decadent all-inclusive options at its luxury hotels. It’s partly linked to the Rixos hotels, which it purchased a few years ago, which offers all-inclusive stays, a concept which is of near zero interest to me, but I can see the brand appeal. It’s not cheap, but it’s clearly a concept that’s working for Accor. They currently have 30 Rixos hotels and 10,019 rooms, with another 5,797 rooms in the pipeline. It’s currently in 7 countries, with an additional 12 hotels being planned.

Accor said in a statement:

“The post-Covid travel market is witnessing a renewed desire for leisure stays. Accor’s strategic decision to double down on the all-inclusive segment, the fastest growing sector in this market and build upon its success with Rixos, capitalizes on this opportunity. The new luxury and premium All-Inclusive Collection, reinforces our business model while increasing our exposure and value proposition for hotel owners.”