A winning number

9.15.2017

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With a coming opening in Singapore, AccorHotels reaches the 800 properties in Asia Pacific.

As Singapore becomes more and more an essential destination for tourists and business travelers, Sofitel Singapore City Centre will open its doors at the heart of historic Tanjong Pagar in October 2017. With its successful blend of Asian culture and French elegance, the 800 number marks the Group’s success in its conquest of Asia Pacific.

A declaration of love to modernity

The taste of Sofitel for Art and Design is perceptible in every room. Guests entering the hotel can discover juxtapositions of vibrant rose gold accents with striking design features and botanical motifs, inspired by the sublime geometry of a traditional jardin à la française and the rich green spaces of Singapore. In this sophisticated decoration, the shimmering Singapour Je T’aime, a stunning nine-metre chandelier designed by Jana Ruzickova, whirls through the lobby with its 700 hand-blown glass crystals. 

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Just relax

The luxury of the lobby is also present is the 223 well-appointed rooms and suites. While watching their favorite program on the latest 55-inch Samsung Smart TV, the guests can fall asleep in their warm bed by Sofitel MyBed™. In the morning, as soon as they have put their slippers on, Nespresso and TWG Tea machines are waiting for them at the end of the bed. To completely leave the arms of Morpheus, check out the bathroom and the delicate perfumes of premium toiletries by Lanvin and Hermès.

It’s impossible not to be seduced by the 30-metre infinity pool set amidst the scenic urban landscapes of the lion city’s Central Business District, the fitness club and the SoSpa services offering a range of signature massages and pampering facial treatments. Nothing but the best for the Sofitel Singapore City Centre’s guests.

Enjoy

In the kitchens of the Racines restaurant, award-winning Executive Chef Jean-Charles Dubois offers both French and Chinese cuisines prepared by two distinct culinary brigades whose only goal is to delight your taste buds.

Did you say “martinis”? The 1864 Tea Lounge and Bar serves its guests cocktails prepared with love. Whatever the guests prefer the simple sophistication of martinis or the uniqueness of a personalized creation, their end of day lights up thanks to the mixtures of an expert mixologist.

The opening of another new hotel will rapidly follow this extraordinary address: the Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour, with many more surprises for us to discover. 

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