Following a multi million-dollar refurbishment, Sofitel Brisbane Central has revealed a new level of luxury within its 433 rooms.
All rooms including 81 Club rooms, and 21 luxurious Suites have undergone a makeover of impressive proportions.
“We’re the largest luxury hotel in the city and our clients demand a high level of service and surroundings. When I arrived at the property in 2012 the owners and I identified that our rooms provided an opportunity to enhance our offerings and create a unique product for the business and leisure market,” says Marcus Hanna general manager for Sofitel Brisbane Central.
“We commenced the process mid last year and I’m pleased to announce that all 433 rooms of the property have now been completed, with the Prestige and Opera Suites undergoing complete remodelling. Our design concept focused on infusing French elegance with elements of our local heritage, and has resulted in a fresh and sophisticated décor, whilst still reflecting traditional French design influences throughout all room types,” adds Hanna.
New finishes, furniture, lighting and technology ensure both the business and leisure traveller are well catered for throughout a variety of room types. All rooms access wifi and are provided with a dedicated data connection. Bedrooms have been appointed with sensor operated LED reading lamps, integrated bed heads and additional LED floor lamps, adhering to the hotels best practice sustainability principles.
The popular Opera Suite has been completely remodelled during the refurbishment project and now sprawls across one level, on floor 28 of the property.
State of the art surround sound, iPod and iPad connectivity and intelligent lighting, AV interface controls and electronic black out blinds ensure the tech savvy are simply a click away from their IT needs. Sofitel’s exclusive MyBed continues to feature throughout all guest rooms.