A caring employer providing respect, training and career development for our employees. An attractive employer offering almost 100 professions across the 5 continents. We are much more than a world leader. We are 240,000 hoteliers with the same shared passion for welcoming. We take care of millions of guests in our 4,100 addresses and on our digital platforms. As an operator and franchisor (HotelServices), owner and investor (HotelInvest), we invest all our energy into making “Feel Welcome” resonate as the finest hotel promise. From luxury to economy and in every corner of the globe, AccorHotels'​ 20 brands meet all the needs of business and leisure travelers seeking comfort, attention and high-quality services.
San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
145,560 (est)
Accor was founded in 1967 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Accor Office Locations

Accor has an office in San Francisco

Accor Financials and Metrics

Accor Financials

Accor's revenue was reported to be $31.2 m in FY, 2016

Revenue (FY, 2016)

31.2 m

Net income (FY, 2016)

10.5 m

EBIT (FY, 2016)

(12.2 m)

Market capitalization (20-Oct-2017)

11.9 b

Closing share price (20-Oct-2017)


Cash (31-Dec-2016)

314.1 m
Accor's current market capitalization is €11.9 b.
USDFY, 2016


31.2 m

Sales and marketing expense

31 m

Operating expense total

31 m


(12.2 m)
USDFY, 2016


314.1 m


3.4 m

Total Assets

952.6 m

Accounts Payable

47 m
USDFY, 2016

Net Income

10.5 m

Depreciation and Amortization

17 k

Cash From Operating Activities

6.6 m

Cash From Investing Activities

(4.1 m)
USDY, 2016



Financial Leverage

1.1 x
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Accor Market Value History

Traffic Overview of Accor

Accor Online and Social Media Presence

Accor News and Updates

AccorHotels Bids $930 Million for Australia’s Mantra Group

After pursuing companies in a host of different sectors, this deal looks like a relatively straightforward one for AccorHotels. The purchase of Mantra Group would give Accor a much-needed boost in the Asia-Pacific region. -Patrick Whyte

Global Hotel Security Issues Highlighted in Las Vegas Attack

A sad, but increasingly necessary sign of the times: the transformation of the hotel lobby into the airport security-screening area. -Deanna Ting

Don’t Expect Hotel Companies to Stop Launching New Soft Brands Anytime Soon

Why? They make money. And they're easier to roll out than a "hard brand." (Thus, why those are "hard.") -Deanna Ting

Accor’s New Flight and Hotel Packages and 2 Other Hospitality Trends This Week

These are the hospitality trends we were talking about this week. -Sarah Enelow

Accor Company Life and Culture

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