Hilton Launches New Brand – Curio

Hilton Worldwide today announced the launch of Curio – A Collection by Hilton, revealing plans for the first hotels to join the new brand.   A carefully selected, global portfolio of distinctive 4- to 5-star properties, Curio is created for travellers who seek local discovery and authentic experiences. Each hotel will retain its individual identity … Continue reading

Now Open: Sofitel So Singapore

French hospitality group Accor opened the doors of the new Sofitel So Singapore in the heart of the Southeast Asian city-state’s Central Business District today. Housed within a 4-storey neo-classical style heritage building built in 1927 at the corner of Singapore’s Robinson Road and Boon Tat Street, the 134-room property is the latest addition to … Continue reading

Now Open: Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit

French hospitality operator Accor has announced the opening of the new Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit, its latest hotel in the Thai capital. Situated on the lively Sukhumvit Road and flanked by the city’s commercial, financial and shopping districts, the 345-room hotel boasts a unique layered stainless steel and glass facade, while the interior decor is inspired … Continue reading

Accor Opens Sofitel So Bangkok

Accor’s trendy Sofitel So sub-brand has further grown its footprint with the opening of its first hotel in Asia. The 30-storey Sofitel So Bangkok on North Sathorn Road adjacent to Lumpini Park has been created by reputable Thai architect Smith Obayawat with interiors by 5 local designers teamed with France’s Christian Lacroix revolving around the 5 … Continue reading

Accor’s Sofitel Brand Makes Indian Debut

French hospitality giant Accor has introduced its luxury Sofitel brand to India with the opening of its first hotel in the country. Strategically located within the Bandra Kurla Complex, the 302-room Sofitel Mumbai BKC enjoys easy access to Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and major business addresses in Mumbai.   Each guestroom and suite reflects the … Continue reading