Sofitel So Singapore opens to guests

Sofitel So Singapore opens to guests

With a chic blend of culture and cuisine, art and architecture, Sofitel So Singapore has opened its doors in the heart of Singapore.

Set to change the face of Singapore’s hospitality scene, Sofitel So Singapore will offer guests a luxury hotel experience that is ‘So Singapore’, housed within an iconic heritage building built in 1927 on Robinson Road.

Designed by Singapore’s only French design house, MIAJA Design Group, led by award-winning designer, Isabelle Miaja, Sofitel So Singapore will reveal 134 exquisitely designed rooms located within a So Hip wing and a So Heritage wing.

Exciting features include a light-filled atrium that will welcome guests into a lobby with unique artworks and a captivating hexagonal light installation, called L’Hexagone, a plush ‘bed-table’ within the stunning restaurant and a glamorous golden-tiled rooftop pool with unsurpassed views of the urban city.

Masterfully-created commissioned objects featuring Karl Lagerfeld’s “The Lion’s Seal” emblem are spotted throughout the hotel including the BooKube, DoorKnockers on the So Heritage Wing and the bespoke bathrobe en nid d’abeille featuring the red and white ‘The Lion’s Seal’ embroidery.

An intimate La BibiloteK decked with a collection of books, curated by the maestro himself, sits beside the Xperience Bar.

The front-of-house ambassadors dressed in garde-robe straight from the fashion designer’s namesake collection, Karl Lagerfeld, greet guests as they walk through the hotel entrance. 

General Manager, Tony Chisholm commented: “We have developed a completely original concept for Singapore with the new Sofitel So Singapore and look forward to welcoming our international and local guests.

“With the promise of an excellent hospitality experience from Sofitel combined with the playful luxury of the ‘So’ label, we are confident that Sofitel So Singapore will be an industry benchmark for service, design, gastronomy and an immersive cultural experience of Singapore.”