Its 211 rooms and four villas underwent a French makeover.
The newly refurbished Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort was designed to reflect a bold and elegant style that cleverly integrates the surrounding scenic environment within the hotel's buildings, bringing Sofitel's art de vivre to life.
Managed by Accor Hotels and fully owned by Royal Group Holdings, the hotel highlights 211 rooms and suites, plus four villas. The hotel also features the world’s largest So SPA, four F&B options, over 1,300 sqm of MICE facilities, a 33-metre swimming pool and more than 27 acres of tropical woodlands, offering guests a sense of relaxed sophistication and urban resort living. It is located atop the cliff with stunning panoramic views of the South China Sea that offers direct access to Tanjong Beach.
Furthermore, Sofitel’s InspiredMeetings at the 1,300 sqm Celebrations & Events Centre, offers spacious outdoor areas with panoramic sea view and natural daylight illuminating indoor spaces. It has a wide range of function room configurations that can be customised to suit any theme, participant size and event.
Overhauling Sofitel’s second property in Singapore was a collective consensus from both Royal Group Holdings and Accor Hotels following the success of Sofitel So Singapore along Robinson Road.
According to the cluster general manager, Vincent Lelay, the hotel modernises with a touch of French flair and draw its design inspiration from various French elements, which could be seen around the hotel. Examples of which are the famous chair of the Jardin du Luxembourg, as well as works of well-known French artists like Cocteau, to create a homey mix of accents and sensations. It is designed by French designers Beatrice Martinet of toineinbangkok and Pierre Maciag of M.A.X studio.
Vincent reveals that over SGD40 million was spent for the refurbishments.
After the recent opening of the hotel, Vicent said that they are now focusing on bringing Sofitel’s renowned levels of gastronomy delights and hospitality to their guests in Singapore while continuously soliciting for guest feedback, reviewing their service and offerings to keep up with the trend and exceed the discerning needs of the travellers.
“As part of Sofitel’s brand philosophy, we continue to instill all Ambassadors in delivering excellent cousu main (service from the heart) and delight guest during their stay. We strongly believe in the power of ‘worth of mouth’ marketing particularly in this socially-centric environment,” says Vincent.
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