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HI-SO LADIES’ NIGHT SOFITEL SO BANGKOK
Every Wednesday, cheers to mid-week with Ladies’ night at Hi-So. The mid-week lift-me-upper will celebrate friendship and feature sparkling wine to match the twinkling city lights.
All ladies receive one free glass of Chandon to kick off the evening, with special prices including THB 250++ for cocktails and THB 1,950++ for a bottle of Chandon to split with your girlfriends. Every Wednesday from 9 - 11 p.m. at HI-SO only!
For more information, please call 02-624-0000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sofitel, World Class Hotels & French Elegance
Sofitel is the only French luxury hotel brand with a presence on five continents with 120 addresses, in almost 40 countries (more than 30,000 rooms). Sofitel offers contemporary hotels and resorts adapted to today’s more demanding and more versatile consumers who expect and appreciate beauty, quality and excellence. Whether situated in the heart of a major city like Paris, London, New York, Shanghai or Beijing, or nestled away in a country landscape in Morocco, Egypt, French Polynesia or Thailand, each Sofitel property offers a genuine experience of the French “art de vivre”.
Sofitel Legend and & Sofitel So are two labels that come to enrich Sofitel Luxury hotels.
Sofitel Legend hotels are iconic and mythical; they are often centuries-old listed heritage buildings: Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam and Sofitel Legend Old Cataract Aswan and Sofitel Legend Santa Clara Cartagena. Sofitel So hotels are new ? boutique hotels ? characterized by a stylish focus on contemporary design by famous architects and/or embellished by international celebrities from the world of fashion, design or art: Sofitel So Mauritius Bel Ombre, Sofitel So Bangkok and Sofitel So Singapore (2014).
Discover Sofitel on www.sofitel.com
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