Bedroom of an Imperial Suite at the Sofitel Guiyang Hunter.
BEIJING: Accor has expanded its portfolio of Sofitel hotels with the opening of the Sofitel Guiyang Hunter in China’s Southwest Guizhou Province.
Sofitel Guiyang Hunter, the tallest hotel in the city at 298 metres, is surrounded by residential buildings, offices and an entertainment hub. The hotel is directly linked to Hunter City Shopping Mall and is within walking distance to renowned scenic spots including Nanming River, Jiaxiu Pavilion and the historic Wenchang Pavilion.
“Sofitel Guiyang Hunter is the first French luxury hotel in Guizhou Province,” said Michel Molliet, Chief Operating Officer, AccorHotels Greater China.
“Renowned for its scenic mountain views and beautiful lakes, Guiyang has much to offer as an introduction to the region’s history, culture and natural splendor. With the opening of Sofitel Guiyang Hunter, in addition to Pullman Guiyang and Novotel Guiyang, we have a solid presence of three operating properties in the city across prime locations.”
Designed by HBA (Hirsch Bedner Associates), the hotel features 274 rooms and suites that boast the signature bedding concept by Sofitel MyBed, Lanvin bathroom amenities and wi-fi.
Home to two dining outlets and a bar, the hotel’s signature all-day dining Kwee Zeen located on the 57th floor, serves a wide range of international and local cuisine while Le Chinois Chinese Restaurant serves authentic Sichuan cuisine with signature dishes from Guizhou and Guangdong. Located on the 55th floor with views of the city skyline, Le Bar Lobby Lounge has a wide ranging wine list, specialty cocktails and light snacks.
The Sofitel Guiyang Hunter offers two ballrooms and 11 meeting rooms featuring floor to ceiling natural daylight that can accommodate up to 1,000 guests.
The hotel also has a spa, gym and 25-metre indoor lap pool.