Arbois in Montagnes du Jura - het Franse Juragebergte.

De provincie Gerona is de eerste Spaanse provincie bij de passage van de grens met Frankrijk. heeft een aanbod van meer dan 2.330.186 accommodaties over de hele wereld.

Kreta is het grootste en meest zuidelijke eiland van Griekenland. Het heeft voor ieder wat wils.

Louvre Hotels is a Groupe du Louvre subsidiary run by Pierre-Frédéric Roulot. It was established in 1976 and joined the Starwood Capital Group investment fund in 2005.

Louvre Hotels joined forces with the Golden Tulip Hospitality Group in July 2009, when Starwood Capital took over the latter. That move ranks Louvre Hotels & Golden Tulip as the number 8 hotel group worldwide. It now counts more than 1,000 hotels ranging from 1 to 5 stars (7 brands) in 41 countries.

One of Europe’s most dynamic players
The strategic alliance Louvre Hotels/Golden Tulip by capitalizing on its extended geographical localization, its complete brand portfolio and its team expertise, is aiming to consolidate its presence in Europe and reach target territories such as Morocco, India, Brazil, the Middle East and China. The alliance establishments can be splitted into three categories: 26% fully-owned hotels (managed by Louvre Hotels), 27% hotels run under a management agreement (operated by Louvre Hotels within the framework of a hotel owner’s mandate) and 47% hotels run as a franchise (managed by the owner).

Key figures for Louvre Hotels & Golden Tulip*
• the number 8 hotel group worldwide
• 7 brands
• over 1 000 establishments in 41 countries
• An 81,000-room capacity

Pierre-Frédéric Roulot, President of Louvre Hotels & Golden Tulip
At 48 years of age, Pierre-Frédéric Roulot joined LOUVRE HOTELS in November 2007. He has contributed in particular to rolling out the Campanile “New Generation” concept as well as steering current renovation and development plans for Première Classe, Kyriad and Kyriad Prestige.
He also participates actively in the international expansion of the group’s brands. After graduating from ESLSCA Business School and earning a Master’s degree at the prestigious HEC Business School, Pierre-Frédéric Roulot began his career in 1986 with McDonald’s France. In 1993 he became Marketing Director, then Regional Director for the North-East region (1996) before being named Vice-President, Operations and Franchising (2000). In 2004, Pierre-Frédéric Roulot became General Manager of McDonald’s France. Managing 40,000 employees working in over 1,000 restaurants, he contributed in particular to adapting the McDonald’s concept to better meet the needs and special features of the French market while managing relations with the franchisees.

An alliance programmed for growth
By year-end 2011, the combined forces of Golden Tulip and Louvre Hotels plan to have 1,250 hotels and over 100,000 rooms, more than a third of them outside France.
Keys to the group’s growth include:
• Drawing on its teams’ expertise and know-how to seize local development opportunities
• Pinpointing opportunities by carefully analyzing each market’s potential
• Applying a systematic approach to studying brand compatibility in terms of each specific market
• Adapting concepts to fit the local culture
• Creating joint ventures with local business partners
• Developing franchising abroad (200 hotels outside France are already run as franchises)


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