October 5, 2022

SA Premier cuts ribbon as Sofitel Adelaide officially opens doors

Visitors remaining in Luxury Club rooms will have access to the Club Millésime personal lounge, located on Level 10 and serving a la carte breakfast, afternoon tea, evening canapes and customised check-in and out.

In line with the brands French heritage and cultural links, Sofitel Adelaide aligns its philosophy with the red wine region of Bordeaux, showed in the hotels French restaurant Garçon Bleu. Found on Level 9, diners in the 90-seat dining space will delight in an open cooking area concept, a comprehensive red wine selection and an oyster and raw seafood bar.

” With Palumbo we have actually worked with an amazing partner at our side, who have actually brought terrific skill, knowledge and detail to this landmark job.”

A Luxury Room at Sofitel Adelaide.

Sofitel Adelaides French restaurant, Garçon Bleu.

At street level, the hotels Déjà Vu champagne bar takes its inspiration from idyllic Parisian street coffee shops, serving light meals and high-end beverages.

Guests have invested their opening night at Sofitel Adelaide after the hotel commemorated its grand opening as the very first newly developed first-class hotel to open in the South Australian capital in 3 decades.

L-R: Adrian Williams, Accor; South Australian Premier, Steven Marshall, Rachael Harman, Sofitel Adelaide General Manager and Daniel Palumbo, Palumbo Group.

Joined by Daniel Palumbo from Palumbo Group, owner and developer of the AUD$ 150 million residential or commercial property, a grand opening occasion was held on-site, with South Australian Premier, Steven Marshall, cutting the ceremonial ribbon. Dignitaries in attendance included South Australian Tourism Commission CEO, Rodney Harrex, Accors state VP of Operations, Adrian Williams and Sofitel Adelaide General Manager, Rachael Harman.

” The hotel and dining establishment are a real reflection of all that is fantastic in South Australia and assures to provide a remarkable experience for visitors,” McGrath stated.

Accor Pacific CEO, Simon McGrath, praised Palumbo Group on the creation of a world-class hotel in South Australias capital.

” I praise the Palumbo and Accor Pacific teams on this big achievement– a hotel development of this calibre will play a critical role in the post-COVID recovery of our tourist sector as we reopen South Australias borders from November 23.

South Australia Premier, Steven Marshall, said Sofitel Adelaide would be an essential asset to the state.


Club Milesseme at Sofitel Adelaide.

” This investment by the South Australian family-owned Palumbo group and worldwide hotel brand Sofitel is an enormous program of assistance for South Australias future and the potential in our tourism sector and mean more jobs for South Australians.”

Sofitel Adelaide inhabits the lower 24 floors of Palumbo Groups new 32-storey mixed-use tower in main Adelaide and features a striking glass outside sure to make the building one of the most recognisable in the city. The hotel has 251 guest spaces and suites throughout 6 classifications, helmed by the palatial Presidential Suite, which features an open living-room, different dining room, walk-in closet, private study and a spacious master bed room with different ensuite.

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