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Sofitel Luxury Hotels
Sofitel Luxury Hotels offers historic hotels and resorts adapted to today’s demanding and versatile consumers who expect and appreciate beauty, quality, and excellence. Whether situated in the heart of a major city or nestled away in a country landscape, each Sofitel historic hotel offers a genuine experience of the French "art de vivre."
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 Luxury Hotels. 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.
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Original Property Opened: 1886
Fun Fact: Howard Carter discussed plans for his exploration at the Winter Palace just hours before he uncovered the tomb of King Tutankhamen; after the discovery, the hotel hosted the international press corps and Carter announced updates on the tomb from the entrance steps.
Original Property Opened: 1861
Fun Fact: Many remarkable historical events have transpired within the hallowed walls of the fabulous Hôtel Scribe Paris Opéra. Among them include the showing of the world’s first cinematic screening in 1895 with a device known as a cinematograph!
Original Property Opened: 1907
Fun Fact: In 1978, the first tests of the phone smart card with an integrated circuit, invented by Roland Moreno, were conducted in this hotel.
Original Property Opened: 1892
Fun Fact: The Sofitel Paris Baltimore Tour Eiffel features an iron balustrade designed by Gustave Eiffel, who also designed the Eiffel Tower.
Original Property Opened: 1900
Fun Fact: The building housed the Royal Bavarian Post Office until 1993.
Original Property Opened: 1890
Fun Fact: Ava Gardner and Walter Chiari hid away from the paparazzi at the hotel as their high-profile romance blossomed after costarring together in The Little Hut (1957).
Original Property Opened: 1927
Fun Fact: Since its opening, the Sofitel Grand Sopot has been a favorite retreat of celebrities and political figures including Marlene Dietrich, Annie Lenox, Greta Garbo, Reza Shah Pahlavi, Charles de Gaulle, and Alfonso XIII, the King of Spain.
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