MGallery is a collection of high-end hotels, created by the Accor group, which also owns the Sofitel brand. There are 58 hotels in 21 countries in Europe, Asia-Pacific, Australia & Oceania and Africa and the Middle East. Here are some examples of their hotels.
MGallery Nemzeti Hotel in Budapest
The Nemzeti Hotel is a boutique hotel located in the centre of Budapest. It opened in December 2012 after an extensive renovation. The decoration is a mix of Art Nouveau, the eclectic movement, also known as ‘Rococo Baroque’, and contemporary touches. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Nemzeti Hotel was already a cultural hotspot in Budapest, and today the suites are named, among others, after respected actors who performed at the National Theatre which used to stand nearby.
Cour du Corbeau in Strasbourg
The Cour du Corbeau hotel is located right in the heart of Strasbourg near the river Ill. It is a short walk from the Cathedral and place Kléber, and the pedestrian-only streets lined with cafes and restaurants. The building is one of the oldest inns in Strasbourg. It occupies a secluded l 16th-century inner courtyard. With only 57 rooms including 19 suites decorated in the style of Louis XV, it is one of the most perfect places to stay in the city.
Cour du Corbeau was a former coaching inn. It is a listed historic monument and for the last 500 years, has received famous guests such as Frederick II, the King of Prussia, Voltaire and Maréchal de Turenne.
If you are going to a city and want to stay in a high-end hotel in the Accor network, check out: The MGallery Collection Hotel Network + 44 871 663 0624.