Sofitel: new hotels in Thailand and the UAE

Sofitel: new hotels in Thailand and the UAE
Sofitel: new hotels in Thailand and the UAE

Sofitel hotel chain, which specializes in luxury hotels, published information about the opening of two facilities in different parts of the world - in Bangkok and Abu Dhabi. The recently opened Sofitel So Bangkok in the Thai capital is located near the popular recreation area - Lumpini Park. The hotel has 238 rooms designed in accordance with the "five elements" concept (water, earth, wood, metal and fire).

On the 30th floor of the hotel building are located several restaurants and bars. The hotel also has a chocolate boutique, So Spa salon, which by its design reminds of fairy-tale forest and a swimming pool overlooking the city. All rooms have free Wi-Fi Internet access and offers full integration for the Apple Mac. Superior and other luxury rooms also have Illy espresso machines.

The price of rooms booked at the reception starts from 165 USD. Currently Sofitel So Bangkok started a promotional campaign called "80 Dollars, 80 Days", which will provide the guests with a $80 credit per overnight stay for 80 days since the opening date. This money can be spent in any hotel restaurant or bar and spa center.

Sofitel Abu Dhabi Corniche hotel is the first object of the network in Abu Dhabi and the second in the UAE. It is situated at the eastern end of the Corniche quay near the beach and business center. The hotel is part of a new Capital Plaza Complex.

Robert Gaymer-Jones, the president of Sofitel Worldwide, said: "Sofitel Abu Dhabi Corniche hotel is a very valuable asset for our brand in the Middle East and worldwide ... Its construction fully corresponds strategic positioning in the country".

The building was created in the modern style and fits perfectly into the surrounding urban landscape. The hotel has 282 rooms, including suites, which are decorated by combination of modern design trends and elements of the French "art de recevoir" style. And all this includes traditional Arab hospitality.

Linden Anton

Date: 27/03/2012

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