Accor, a world leading hospitality group with over 1,000 properties in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific, is pleased to announce the launch of the Mercure brand in Miri, Sarawak, with the grand opening of Mercure Miri City Centre.
The hotel’s inauguration, graced by the esteemed presence of the Premier of Sarawak, The Right Honourable Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri (DR) Abang Haji Abdul Rahman Zohari Bin Tun Datuk Abang Haji Openg, signifies significant and high-level support for the hospitality industry in Sarawak, Malaysia, especially in Miri.
Positioned to be the brand’s flagship property in Asia, Mercure Miri City Centre celebrates the natural and cultural heritage of Sarawak, showcasing locally inspired designs in its rooms, public spaces, and facilities.
Within a brief 10-minute drive of Miri Airport, Mercure Miri City Centre as Accor’s second property in Miri is conveniently situated at Lot 2368 Block 9, MCLD, Jalan Merbau, 98000 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, providing direct connectivity to major destinations such as Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and other notable cities across Malaysia.
Additionally, the hotel is only 20 minutes from the border with Brunei, enhancing accessibility for our esteemed guests. Located in the heart of Miri, the hotel is ideally situated as a gateway to ecological attractions, such as Gunung Mulu National Park and the Niah National Park.
In his address, Premier of Sarawak, The Right Honourable Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri (DR) Abang Haji Abdul Rahman Zohari Bin Tun Datuk Abang Haji Openg, conveyed his highest appreciation to the owning company and the hotel management for establishing the Mercure Miri City Centre in Miri, Sarawak.
“One of the sectors that we promote under the PCDS (Post COVID-19 Development Strategy) is tourism and services sector, meaning hospitality sector. I am glad that there has been response from the private sector to enhance our tourism industry and for that the government is committed to establish basic infrastructure, friendly infrastructure for the locals as well as for foreign tourists coming over to visit Sarawak.”