GuocoLand, AccorHotels to build Sofitels in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur

Sofitel in Kuala Lumpur
Sofitel Singapore City Centre and Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara will add 534 rooms to AccorHotel.

GuocoLand signed a deal with AccorHotels for the management of the group's two new-built hotels at Tanjong Pagar Centre in Singapore and Damansara City in Kuala Lumpur. Upon completion, the Sofitel Singapore City Centre and the Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara will add 534 rooms to the AccorHotel portfolio.

The 222-room Sofitel Singapore City Centre will be part of the upcoming Tanjong Pagar Centre in Singapore. Located between Chinatown and the CBD, Tanjong Pagar Centre will have Singapore's tallest building at 290 meters, a residential and office tower, retail and event spaces, and the Sofitel hotel. The Sofitel Singapore City Centre will have an outdoor pool, an executive lounge with city views, a 620 square meter (6,674 square foot) ballroom and eight meeting rooms. There will also be a restaurant and bars.

In Malaysia, the 312-room Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara will be part of a new 8.5 acre integrated development in the Damansara Heights enclave called Damansara City, which will have two Grade A office towers, two high-rise residences, and an F&B-centric lifestyle mall in addition to the hotel. The Sofitel will have a lobby lounge, deli, three restaurants and bars, a Club Millesime executive lounge on the 22nd floor, a So Spa, So Fit gym and outdoor swimming pool complete with pool bar. There will also be meeting facilities including an 840 square meter ballroom (9,042 square foot) and five meeting rooms.

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