Part of the Accor Hotels group since 1980, Sofitel is an international French luxury hotel brand with 120 properties in 40 countries. Sofitel hotels offer an eclectic mix of local designs and French aesthetics, as well as a thrilling range of unique experiences for both leisure and business travellers. In 2007, the brand underwent an overhaul and nowadays focuses solely on luxury hotels.
Sofitel manages two sister brands. There is Sofitel Legends, the brand’s flagship palace hotels that can be found in cities like Hanoi and Amsterdam. There is also SO, the boutique brand with properties in destinations like Bangkok, and Mauritius. Sofitel hotels feature an array of unique concepts including Sofitel MyBed™, SoFIT, SoSPA, and De-Light.
Sofitel Australia Hotels
This luxury corporate and leisure hotel brand has 6 properties in Australia. Located in Brisbane's central business district, Sofitel Brisbane Central is a 5-star hotel that features an a la carte restaurant, outdoor pool, and a day spa. The on-site Stephanies Spa Retreat offers a variety of health and beauty treatments. All rooms are nicely decorated and fitted with comfy beds, fully-stocked mini bars, bathrobes and slippers, and satellite TV. Attractions including Brisbane City Hall and Treasury Casino are within walking distance.
Located 10 minutes south of Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach is a popular tourist destination famed for its lazy parks, gorgeous beaches, and weekend markets. Broadie is also where you will find the Sofitel Gold Coast Broadbeach Hotel that offers spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. This fabulous Sofitel Hotel is located just minutes from chic bars and exquisite restaurants. Attractions like the Star Casino and the Pacific Fair Shopping Centre are just a stone’s throw away. The hotel has 2 outdoor swimming pools, 2 on-site restaurants, a tennis court, and a fitness centre. All rooms feature marble bathrooms, LED smart TV’s, individually controlled air conditioning, and tea/coffee making facilities.
Travellers looking for accommodation options in Melbourne’s central business district can spend a few nights at the Sofitel On Collins hotel. This 5-star property is located just a short walk from attractions like Federation Square and Princess Theatre, making it an ideal place for guests who wish to explore the city. Inside the hotel rooms expect to find floor-to-ceiling windows and marble bathrooms.
Located on southern Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort is an excellent choice for travellers who wish to admire the beauty of Noosa Village and the beautiful Laguna Bay. The hotel features an on-site Noosa Beach House Peter Kuruvita restaurant, as well as a spa centre and a heated outdoor pool that is surrounded by landscaped tropical gardens. The studios are spacious and come with a kitchenette and a flat-screen TV.
Sydney is home to 2 Sofitel hotels. The historic Sofitel Sydney Wentworth is located in the heart of the city’s central business district and offers stylish accommodations for both leisure and business travellers. Whether you wish to dine at the elegant French brasserie-style restaurant, work out at the state-of-the-art fitness centre, or unwind with a cocktail at the hotel’s fashionable bar, there is plenty to look forward to when staying at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth.
There is also the Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour, a fabulous 5-star hotel with world-class facilities including a modern fitness centre and a luxurious rooftop infinity pool with magnificent views of the iconic Sydney skyline. The hotel features 3 bars, as well as the Magnifque Ballroom that can accommodate up to 450 people.
Sofitel Adelaide is scheduled to open in mid-2021. Located in Adelaide’s central business district in Currie Street, this world-class 5-star property will be a part of a 32-storey tower with a total of 250 guestrooms and suites. Leisure and business facilities will include everything from a swimming pool and a health and fitness centre to four bars, an on-site restaurant, conference and meeting rooms, and the Sofitel Club Lounge.
Sofitel Angkor in Siem Reap is organizing Christmas festivities at the end of 2020. This year’s theme of the Christmas celebrations is Art de Noël. Guests can look forward to a variety of activities ranging from treasure hunts and fishing to spa wellness treatments. This fabulous resort will be providing a wide range of dining experiences at their French-inspired restaurant to celebrate the Christmas holidays.
Apart from being one of the most luxurious hotels in Melbourne, Sofitel Melbourne On Collins is also one of the most eco-friendly properties in the city. This Sofitel property has partnered up with BioGone, a famous company that allows businesses to be more sustainable while keeping the same quality of products. The hotel has been using BioGone’s landfill-biodegradable products since 2019 including everything from landfill-biodegradable cling wrap to disposable gloves.
By using efficient energy, water, and waste management programs, Sofitel Legend Santa Clara is doing everything in its power to minimize its impact on the environment and leave as little carbon footprint as possible. The hotel follows some of the best environmental practices including fund tree planting and reuse of towels. The on-site restaurant uses products from the kitchen garden and imports fresh ingredients from local suppliers. They have also banned the use of overfished species in their restaurants.
Committed to minimizing their impact on the environment, Sofitel Dubai The Palm is proud of its effective sustainability management plan. The hotel is a part of a variety of energy, water, and waste management programs. Over the years, they have gained a gold certification from Planet 21 and gold status from the Green Globe Certification.
Comparison with Similar Brands
Sofitel and SO hotels are a part of the same brand. Both have rooms with an average size of 40sqm and include leisure and business facilities like spa’s, swimming pools, fitness centres, and business centres. However, SO manages boutique properties, has a more urban flavour, and attracts a younger clientele than Sofitel. Opened back in 2011, the first SO property was Sofitel So Mauritius.
On the other hand, Sofitel Legend is often situated inside palaces and is Sofitel’s flagship brand. The first Sofitel Legend was the Métropole d’Hanoï in Vietnam.
While Sofitel hotels usually compete with brands like Intercontinental Hotels, Sofitel Legend hotels are often compared with more luxurious brands such as Four Seasons and Ritz-Carlton. Sofitel So usually competes with similar boutique hotel brands such as W hotels and Ian Schrager.
Compared to Accor’s Novotel, Sofitel usually has larger rooms and an executive lounge. Novotel hotels often have only one restaurant, while many Sofitel properties are home to 2 or even 3 dining establishments.Book Sofitel Australia Online
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