Sofitel, a 5-star luxury resort hotel in Manila, launched its official website last March 24, 2012. You can access it at http://www.sofitelmanila.com/.
It’s a comprehensive guide to the hotel which includes everything from room rates to restaurant menus to spa services. You can even make reservations and bookings online.
But what truly sets Sofitel Manila’s website apart from others is the virtual tour you can take. Simply choose an area of the hotel you’d like to explore, click on it, and voila! You’re transported right in the middle of it. You can look at everything around you in full 360 degrees. It’s quite impressive and innovative. Everything you want or need to know about the hotel is just one click away.
Anyhow, during the site launch, we were given a tour of Sofitel’s various room types, so now I can take you on a virtual tour of Sofitel’s luxurious presidential suite. They actually don’t call it that. In Sofitel, it’s referred to as the Imperial Residence because it’s really fit for a king! Upon entering, we were awed by the magnificent chandelier and elaborate living room setting.
The dining room is equally impressive. The dining table can seat 10 people.
There’s an amply equipped and fully functional kitchen.
Stepping out of the balcony gives you access to lounge chairs.
You can enjoy a lovely view of the ocean while lounging on the balcony.
This is the master bedroom. It’s the biggest of all the bedrooms in the Imperial Residence.
You can even adjust the LCD TV’s angle for the best viewing experience.
The bathroom is just incredible. Imagine soaking your stress away while enjoying the view.
The sink area is nothing short of grand, furnished with Hermes toiletries.
The toilet is surprising minimalist and modern.
The master bedroom also comes with a sofa set and study table.
This is one of the other bedrooms in the Imperial Residence.
Each bedroom has its own bathroom that comes with a toilet, shower enclosure, and bath tub.
There’s a dedicated study room too which you can use as an office.
A night in the Imperial Residence will set you back six digits. After all, it’s 6,200 square feet of pure luxury. Apart from the grandiose accommodations you also get VIP priveleges like limousine transfers, complimentary beverages and snacks, dedicated 24-hour concierge and butler services, Le Spa treatments for two for each day of stay… you can check out the entire package here – http://www.sofitelmanila.com/en/imperial-residence.html.
I can’t wait for Sofitel’s Spiral to reopen this coming August! It has always been my favorite hotel buffet, hehe!
Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila
CCP Complex, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City
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