Renovation / News Pullman Abidjan : a leap into the future

The renovation of the hotel Pullman Abidjan in Ivory Coast is finished!

Following extensive renovation work the Pullman Abidjan hotel offers a new, modern and ultra-connected experience with 265 rooms including 20 suites and a breathtaking view over the Ebrié lagoon and Cocody Bay.

The Pullman Abidjan (Ivory Coast) was inaugurated on 3 April after two years of work. The 5 star hotel enjoys an exceptional location in the Plateau business district and has been completely renovated to offer our cosmopolitan and increasingly connected customers new experiences in line with current trends. As François Cernejeski, Managing Director of the Pullman Abidjan, explains: ″The capital of the Ivory Coast is a very popular destination with business men and more and more so with tourists. It was necessary for us to update the Pullman Abidjan’s offering in order to continue and develop our attractiveness and to propose new services and experiences, elegance, a touch of art, design, wellness and local culture″.

AccorInvest fulfills its objective

AccorInvest employed the British firm Leach Rhodes Walker Architects to realise its ambition. The programme involved an overall renovation including the hotel facade, the 265 rooms, the lobby or Junction by Pullman, the seminar rooms, the terraces, the bar and the restaurant with view over the terrace swimming pool and lagoon. To satisfy our customers’ wellness requirements, a SPA Lounge and Fitness Lounge have been built, offering exclusive treatments and the latest sports equipment. The Pullman Abidjan also offers a designer bar, The Select Bar, and a new restaurant, AFIA, providing new meeting places for the inhabitants of Abidjan.

 

An opening on the town

Totally redesigned for fluidity and flexibility, the lobby at the Pullman Abidjan is modern, tasteful and elegant. The reception area is organised around several desks to bring the hotel staff and the customers closer. It is the ideal starting point to discover Abidjan and its surroundings such as the former capital Grand-Bassam, now a Unesco world heritage site, or the coastal resort of Assinie with its palm beaches.

 

 

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