Nicknamed the Polish Deauville or the Monte Carlo of the North: Sopot, the beach resort on the Baltic Sea, has good references! This spa town was a favorite of the German Emperor William II and at the turn of the last century it was graced by the presence of all of Prussian and Polish aristocracy. Many other important figures have also ambled on the longest wood jettypromenade in the world (512 meters): de Gaulle, Marlene Dietrich, Joséphine Baker... In order to recover its past appeal, the city located between Gdansk and Gdynia can now claim its own, brandnew fivestar: the Grand Hotel Sopot by Sofitel. After important renovation work, this worthy representative of Art Deco, built in 1927 and listed among Poland’s historic heritage, adopted Accor’s luxury banner under the impetus of the Orbis group. Interior designer Frédéric Yzermann tackled the job of restoring the palace’s bygone luster, combining the charm of the Twenties with a resolutely contemporary style. The 127 rooms are all outfitted with the MyBed concept. With its luxury spa, private beach, tennis and casino, the hotel has what it takes to satisfy the most demanding Leisure clientele, starting with the nearby and strategic Germans. On the Business segment, the hotel also has a 500 square meter conference and seminar space and 5 rooms that can accommodate 290. The Bar and Cigar Lounge and the Art Deco restaurant complete the offer of this new jewel in the Sofitel brand portfolio.
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