Europcar Relocates Sydney Facility

Europcar has opened at the Pullman Sydney Hyde Park hotel. Photo credit: Europcar.
Europcar has opened at the Pullman Sydney Hyde Park hotel. Photo credit: Europcar.

As part of the partnership with Europcar Australia and Accor Asia Pacific, part of the worldwide hotel operator Accor, Europcar has relocated its primary Sydney location to the Pullman Sydney Hyde Park hotel.

This new site serves as a convenient pick-up point for guests staying at the Pullman Hyde Park, says Europcar.

“The opening of the new Pullman site is an exciting development for Europcar, and we’re delighted to be offering guests unparalleled convenience and a first-class vehicle rental service,” said Mike Warmington, Europcar sales and marketing director. “The new site enables us to offer great benefits to customers through our Europcar Privilege Program and reward members of Accor’s Le Club and Advantage Plus who choose to rent with Europcar.”

Last June, Europcar and Accor Asia Pacific announced a new three-year deal giving Europcar’s Privilege members up to 10% off when staying at Accor hotels and Accor customers 250 Le Club Accor hotel points every time they rent with Europcar.

“We are delighted to continue this partnership with a leading car rental service like Europcar,” said Kylie Duncan, director of sales and marketing at Pullman Sydney Hyde Park. “This is a great value-add for our guests and a strong testament to our commitment in constantly providing a high level of service.”

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