The David Tower Hotel Netanya in Israel and Hotel Santa Teresa Rio de Janeiro in Brazil are the two latest examples of MGallery by Sofitel’s vibrant development drive. They have ushered it into two new countries and the brand now has more than 80 hotels in 23 countries on 5 continents.
The David Tower Hotel Netanya is a stone’s throw from the shore and opens out onto a stunning view of the blue and golden coastline in Netanya, one of the Israeli Riviera’s finest gems. The hotel is a tribute to Sultan David, an Ottoman conqueror who fell in love with the Mediterranean Sea and with a woman whose name must remain a mystery forevermore. Its modern-day take on this love story shines through the 75 rooms and suites, swimming pool, Turkish baths, sauna and choice of massage rooms.
Across the Atlantic, the Hotel Santa Teresa Rio de Janeiro stands in the eponymous bohemian bairro, perched on a hillside overlooking the metropolis, and will thrill guests with its breath-taking views, flamboyant graffiti-clad walls, immaculately kept Art-Deco buildings, mosaic-bedecked parks and countless tourist attractions. This hotel captures the atmosphere that Cariocas cherish, and everything about it is exotic and soothing – starting with the expansive beds in the 43 rooms, spa, swimming pool, jacuzzi and panoramic view.
MGallery by Sofitel chose these two exclusive hotels because they radiate distinctive class. The brand is acquiring new addresses to grow into new geographies, and to build a portfolio of hotels for passionate, inquisitive explorers who can’t get enough of the world around them.