French luxurious lodge Sofitel Sydney Wentworth has reopened to the general public just after two several years with a new seem to entice guests back.
The 5-star resort has refreshed its 436 rooms in line with its ‘Live the French Way’ concept, with each individual that includes new Sofitel MyBed mattresses, new linen, pillows and gentle furnishings. Tub amenities have also been upgraded to new sustainable merchandise from French style residence Balmain Paris.
The lodge corridors, conference and party areas have all undergone a transformation, with new audio and visual know-how, carpets and wall cloth.
“The total Sofitel Sydney Wentworth workforce is thrilled and fired up to be welcoming guests back into our wonderful resort, specially at a time when Australia’s borders have reopened,” said Sofitel Sydney Wentworth Normal Supervisor, Sam Panetta.
“We are amazingly happy of our teams and what they have reached over the last 24-months, and we now have some wonderful variations to showcase as we welcome company again and we can not hold out to have travellers re-discover our award-successful lodge.”
Sofitel Sydney Wentworth’s French Soiree Bistro and Bar will be open each and every working day, serving breakfast, lunch and supper, although the property’s Backyard garden Restaurant will reopen in Could, and the High Tea featuring will return from March 19.
Govt Chef Boris Cuzon is major the culinary workforce and will reopen with an solely new seasonal menu of modern-day French cuisine.
In 2022, the lodge will continue on its partnerships with the Art Gallery of NSW, the Alliance French Movie Pageant and Opera Australia.