Located in Khan Uu District, the 95-room ibis Styles Ulaanbaatar Polaris is the first AccorHotels property in Mongolia. Featuring a sleek interior design with bright colours of orange and turquoise echoed by a wall of playful graffiti artwork, the hotel is a 15-minute drive to Chinggis Khaan International Airport.
Established as a nomadic Buddhist enclave in the 17th century, Ulaanbaatar is the capital and largest city of Mongolia. Over the years, the city has enjoyed a cultural resurgence with numerous museums, galleries, theatre performances and clubs that bring out the best in traditional Mongolian culture.
“The opening of ibis Styles Ulaanbaatar Polaris is our first AccorHotels property in Mongolia,” said Michel Molliet, Chief Operating Officer, AccorHotels Greater China, “Like many capital cities in the world, Ulaanbaatar offers a variety of sightseeing options ranging from historical sites to monasteries, museums, monument, parks and night spots. As the country’s first flagship ibis Styles hotel, the property offers travellers an all-inclusive bed and breakfast with spaciousness and comfort.”
Guests staying at the hotel can enjoy a range of local and international favourites at the ibis Kitchen restaurant. For social events and business meetings, the hotel has two meeting rooms that can host up to 100 guests. Leisure facilities include a children’s play area and a gym (to be opened in 2018).
ibis Styles is AccorHotels’ economy brand that offers design experiences in a myriad of styles at an all-inclusive rate. Renowned for its chic and quirkiness, each hotel is designed with an individual charm and colourful concept that are hallmarks of the brand. The brand’s distinctive all-inclusive package includes the room, all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet and broadband Internet connection, plus a host of little extras. Currently, the ibis Styles network comprised 389 hotels across 37 countries.