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Sofitel Signs Three New Management Contracts

Sofitel accelerates its development with three new management contracts in Wellington (New Zealand), Bali (Indonesia), and Shenyang (China) bringing the network in the Asia Pacific region to a total of 43 properties by mid-2014.

“These three new addresses are a perfect illustration of our precise target strategy. With our unique positioning, based on our French roots and close collaboration with famous architects and designers, today we are gaining more and more interest from investors, won over by our distinction and the successful repositioning of Sofitel in the luxury hotel business,” commented Robert Gaymer-Jones, CEO of Sofitel Worldwide.

Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort
Scheduled to open in September 2013, Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort will have 415 rooms including 17 private villas. The hotel will also have a ballroom, five meeting rooms, a multi-function room, three restaurants, a bar and lounge, as well as wellness facilities. Guests will be able to relax in the infinity pool, get active at So FIT, the property’s fitness center, or rejuvenate at So SPA, Sofitel’s spa concept.

Sofitel Wellington
Sofitel Wellington will open in 2014, the third Sofitel in New Zealand and the first in the nation’s capital. Located on Bolton Street, in the center of the city, will feature function and meeting rooms including a 120 square-foot ballroom.

Sofitel Shenyang Lido
As a luxury hotel in Shenyang, Sofitel Shenyang Lido features 590 hotel rooms and suites, four restaurants, two bars, two ballrooms, five meeting rooms, a Spa, a fitness center, a swimming pool, a table tennis room, a squash court and 30 parking stalls. It will also have an executive lounge, and a business center. Over the coming year, the hotel will be closed for renovation and brought into line with Sofitel standards including upgrades to the hotel exterior, guestrooms, restaurants, as well as MICE facilities. All renovation work is targeted to be completed in early 2014.