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Live the Legend
Legendary addresses where heritage is infused with French art de vivre. Think legendary architecture and locations, luxurious experiences for ultimate indulgence. Every stay is a part of a timeless story that is still unfolding.
Accor Hotels has always been commited to high standards of guest safety, and has recently introduced intensified hygiene & prevention measures to ensure these high standard throughout all of their hotel brands, including Sofitel Legend. Increased health and safety measures include social distancing in public areas, contactless check in and check out in certain locations, and reinforced cleaning procedures. Hotel employees are also given additional training, and encouraged to stay home if they are feeling unwell.
View the documents linked below to learn more about these health and safety policies.
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Original Property Opened: 1917
Fun Fact: A graduate of the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, James C. Wright had originally arrived in Panama City at the behest of Panamanian President Belisario Porras in 1911. President Porras had specifically recruited Wright to help establish a sprawling public works program for the whole city.
Original Property Opened: 1953
Fun Fact: The hotel’s unique private museum features memorabilia from the early years. The most precious items include a gold serving platter and matching cloche, used only for VVIPs in times past when this was Xian’s only hotel licensed to accommodate foreign dignitaries.
Original Property Opened: 1899
Fun Fact: The captivating atmosphere of the hotel inspired Agatha Christie’s Death on the Nile.
Original Property Opened: 1578
Fun Fact: In 1966, the previous Queen of the Netherlands, Queen Beatrix, got married in The Grand’s Council Chamber. This event transpired while the site served as Amsterdam’s City Hall for the final time.
Original Property Opened: 1901
Fun Fact: Charlie Chaplin was a frequent visitor of the hotel, and even celebrated his honeymoon there in 1936 after a Shanghai wedding celebration.
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