The Sofitel Sydney Wentworth has reopened following undergone a complete refresh of its 436 rooms.
In addition to a guest room refresh, the corridors and all of the hotel’s famed conference and event spaces have also been transformed, with upgraded audio and visual technology, new carpets, and wall-fabric for a luxurious look and feel throughout.
The award-winning, heritage-listed property, known as a hotel of the arts and located within walking distance to the harbour city’s major attractions, is continuing its reputation for personalised service and joie de vivre.
Sofitel Sydney Wentworth general manager, Sam Panetta said the entire Sofitel Sydney Wentworth team is thrilled and excited to be welcoming guests back into our beautiful hotel, especially at a time when Australia’s borders have reopened.
“We are incredibly proud of our teams and what they have achieved over the last 24-months, and we now have some wonderful changes to showcase as we welcome guests back and we can’t wait to have travellers re-discover our award-winning hotel,” he said.
Sofitel Sydney Wentworth’s famed French Soiree Bistro & Bar will be open seven days a week serving its famed French-inspired menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The property’s Garden Restaurant will reopen in May, and the hotel’s High Tea offering will return from March 19.
The culinary team, led by Executive Chef Boris Cuzon, is creating a brand new seasonal menu, which promises to indulge the senses and feature modern French a la carte cuisine.
The hotel also has exciting plans for 2022, including continuing its partnerships with the Art Gallery of NSW, the Alliance French Film Festival, Opera Australia, and more.