Organise your group stays on time by consulting the availability of our hotels and by getting a direct quote online.
A minimum of 8 rooms and 15 persons is required for a Group booking. For smaller groups, you need to click HERE and make an individual booking.
Which code to enter to login?
SC and access code
The SC code is your Accor client code. Your account manager provides this code. The access code is mandatory. It allows you to access special group rates offered by the hotel (subject to availability). Your account manager also provides this code.
Need to know how to enter your access code?
Enter your 10-character access code (without spaces).
IATA / TIDS / CLIA / TRUE / RT
International Air Transport Association is a Geneva-based association of airline companies that operate international services and establish standard practices. IATA accredits would-be travel agents throughout the world. This certification includes issuance of an ID-code, termed an IATA number.
Designed for travel agents and other tourism sales intermediaries, the Travel Industry Designator (TIDS) is a unique code that allows bookings to be recognized by all industry suppliers.
The CLIA Number is an ID number issued by the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA). It is a way for vendors to identify a seller of travel
TRUE (Travel Retailer Universal Enumeration) System's sole purpose is to help provide travel agents and meeting planners with the assignment of travel industry numeric codes that are recognized by the travel supplier community, including cruise lines, tour operators, hoteliers, and car rental companies.
If you do not have an ACCOR account manager and you do not have a SC code, or IATA / TIDS / CLIA / TRUE, you can use the RT code generated specifically for your agency to access online booking for Groups. To get your RT code, fill in the registration form by clicking HERE.
How to enter your IATA / TIDS / CLIA / RT or TRUE?
Enter your code 8-character code (without spaces).
Example: 01234567 or PC123456 (2 letters only for RT code).
Different room type
Double room configuration may vary from one hotel to another but as a general rule, a double room is meant for two people who share one double-size bed. This is the preferred room of most couples or a pair of people who don't mind sharing one bed.
Twin room configuration may vary from one hotel to another but as a general rule, a twin room is a room for two people with two separate single beds. This is ideal for two people who want to have their own beds in a single room.
Single room configuration may vary from one hotel to another but as a general rule, a single room is meant for one people with one double-size bed or one single bed. This is ideal for one people who want to have his own bed in a single room.
Triple room configuration may vary from one hotel to another but as a general rule, a triple room is a room for three people with either one double-size bed and one single bed or three single beds. This is ideal for families or small travelling groups who want to stay together in one room.
Descriptions mentioned above are indicative. Configuration of a Double, Twin, Single & Triple room may vary from one hotel to another.